Emotions in Psychopathology: Theory and Research by William F. FlackEmotions in Psychopathology: Theory and Research by William F. Flack

Emotions in Psychopathology: Theory and Research

EditorWilliam F. Flack, James D. Laird

Hardcover | June 1, 1997

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In recent years, there has been a groundswell of significant and exciting new work being done in research on emotions and psychopathology. This new volume in the Series in Affective Science examines the relationship between emotions and psychopathology by bringing together current theory andresearch and the perspectives of leading figures in the field. Each part addresses general issues in the field and contains reports of research focused on emotions in specific psychological disorders, such as schizophrenia, depression, anxiety disorders, and personality disorders. Chapters writtenby outstanding figures from a number of professional disciplines, including psychiatry, psychology, and cognitive science, represent the diversity of informed opinion and methods of investigation in research on emotion and psychopathology.
William F. Flack is at Wesson Memorial Unit, Bay State Medical Center. James D. Laird is at Clark University.
Title:Emotions in Psychopathology: Theory and ResearchFormat:HardcoverDimensions:448 pages, 9.29 × 6.18 × 1.42 inPublished:June 1, 1997Publisher:Oxford University Press

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Table of Contents

William Flack, Jr. and James D. Laird: IntroductionPART I. GENERAL ISSUES1. William Lyons: Philosophy, the Emotions, and Psychopathology2. Keolani Taitano and Gregory A. Miller: Neuroscientific Perspectives on Emotion in Psychopathology3. Jennifer M. Jenkins and Keith Oatley: The Development of Emotion Schemas in Children: Processes of Emotion Elicitation that Underlie Psychopathology4. Seymour Epstein: Emotions and Psychopathology from the Perspective of Cognitive-Experiential Self-theory5. Rainer Krause, Evelyne Steimer-Krause, Jorg Merten, and Burkhard Ullrich: Dyadic Interaction Regulation, Emotion, and Psychopathology6. Susanne Kaiser and Klaus R. Scherer: Models of 'Normal' Emotions Applied to Facial and Vocal Expressions in Clinical Disorders7. Thomas J. Scheff: Therapeutic Alliance: Microanalysis of Shame and the Social Bond8. Pierre Philippot and Bernard Rime: Social and Cognitive Processing in Emotion: A Heuristic for Psychopathology9. Theodore R. Sarbin and Ernest Keen: Sanity and Madness: Conventional and Unconventional Narratives of Emotional LifePART II. NORMAL AND DISORDERED EMOTIONS10. David D. Franks and Susan. Heffernan: The Pursuit of Happiness: Contributions from a Social Psychology of Emotions11. Jerome Neu: Boring From Within: Endogenous Versus Reactive Boredom12. George W. Brown and Patricia Moran: Emotion and the Aetiology of Depressive Disorders13. Monique De Bonis: Thinking and Depression: Structure in Content14. Walter D. Scott and Rick E. Ingram: Affective Influences in Depression: Conceptual Issues, Cognitive Consequences, and Multiple Mechanisms15. Susan Mineka and Eva Gilboa: Cognitive Biases in Anxiety and Depression16. Sandra C. Paivio and Leslie S. Greenberg: Experiential Theory of Emotion Applied to Anxiety and Depression17. Paul McReynolds: The Role of Anxiety in Psychopathology18. Jill H. Rathus and William C. Sanderson: The Role of Emotion in the Psychopathology and Treatment of the Anxiety Disorders19. Martha S. Stretton and Peter Salvoey: Cognitive and Affective Components of Hypochrondriacal ConcernsPART III. SCHIZOPHRENIA AND PSYCHOSIS20. Luc Ciompi: Is Schizophrenia an Affective Disease? The Hypothesis of Affect-Logic and Its Implications for Psychopathology21. Ross Buck, Cheryl K. Goldman, Caroline J. Easton, and Nanciann Norelli Smith: Social Learning and Emotional Education: Emotional Expression and Communication in Behaviorally-Disordered Children and Schizophrenic Patients22. William F. Flack, Jr., James D. Laird, Lorraine A. Cavallaro, and Daniel R. Miller: Emotional Expression and Experience: A Psychosocial Perspective on Schizophrenia23. Heiner Ellgring and Marcia Smith: Affect Regularion During Psychosis24. Jack J. Blanchard: Hedonic Capacity: Implications for Understanding Emotional and Social Functioning in Schizophrenia25. John M. Neale, Jack J. Blanchard, Sandra Kerr, Ann M. Kring, and David A Smith: Flat Affect in SchizophreniaPART IV. DISORDERED PERSONALITY26. Robert Plutchik: Emotions, Diagnoses, and Ego Defenses: A Psychoevolutionary Perspective27. Carol Magai and Jill Hunziker: "To Bedlam and Part Way Back": Discrete Emotions Theory and Borderline Symptoms28. Drew Westen: Affect Regulation and Psychopathology: Applications to Depression and Borderline Personality Disorder29. John Altrocchi: Evidence for Theories of Emotion from Dissociative Identity Disorders30. Joseph de Rivera: Some Emotional Dynamics Underlying the Genesis of False Memory Syndrome

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"Summarizes recent theory and research into a broad but not comprehensive sampling of approaches to the relationship between emotions and psychopathology in such fields as psychology, psychiatry, sociology, and philosophy. Addresses general issues and normal and disordered emotions, thendetails work on schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, and personality disorders. People have long believed that emotions lie at the heart of many psychopathological disorders, but the research in the various fields has been independent and uninformed by findings in others."--SciTech Book News