Handbook of emotions

Contributor(s): Lewis, Michael; Haviland-Jones, Jeannette M
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York Guilford Press 2004Edition: 2d edDescription: 720 pISBN: 1593850298Subject(s): Emotions - Sociological aspectsDDC classification: 157 Summary: Once relegated to the back burner of psychological science, emotions are now recognized as an essential area of interdisciplinary investigation. This book provides a comprehensive analysis of what is currently known about emotion in human Behaviour. Demonstrating the vitality and strength of the field--and illuminating promising directions for future research-- new and revised chapters bring readers up to date on the extensive theoretical and empirical gains that have been made since the publication of the classic edition. Unique in the breadth and depth of its coverage, the the Handbook is the definitive resource for students, researchers, and clinicians.
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Once relegated to the back burner of psychological science, emotions are now recognized as an essential area of interdisciplinary investigation. This book provides a comprehensive analysis of what is currently known about emotion in human Behaviour. Demonstrating the vitality and strength of the field--and illuminating promising directions for future research-- new and revised chapters bring readers up to date on the extensive theoretical and empirical gains that have been made since the publication of the classic edition. Unique in the breadth and depth of its coverage, the the Handbook is the definitive resource for students, researchers, and clinicians.

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