Encyclopedia of Emotion, 1st Edition

  • Gretchen M. Reevy
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  • ISBN-10: 0313345759
  • ISBN-13: 9780313345753
  • DDC: 152.403
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 602 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released February 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2010

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Overview

The landmark work bridges the divide within psychology as a discipline between basic and applied science, gathering together in one comprehensive resource both theoretical and clinical perspectives on this important subject. In two volumes, Encyclopedia of Emotion offers more than 400 alphabetically organized entries on a broad range of topics, including the neurological foundations of emotional function, competing theories of emotion, multicultural perspectives on emotions, emotional disorders, their diagnosis and treatment, and profiles of important organizations and key figures who have shaped our understanding of how and why we feel the way we do.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
List of Entries.
List of Entries by Type.
List of Illustrations.
Preface.
Introduction: History of Emotion.
1: ABC Model of Emotional Reaction.
2: Acceptance.
3: Acupuncture.
4: Acute Stress Disorder.
5: Adjustment Disorder.
6: Affect.
7: Affective Personality Traits.
8: Aggression.
9: Ainsworth, Mary D. Salter (1913–1999).
10: Al-Anon and Alateen.
11: Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
12: Alcoholics Anonymous.
13: Alexithymia.
14: Alienation.
15: Altered States of Consciousness.
16: Ambivalence.
17: American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
18: American Psychiatric Association.
19: American Psychological Association.
20: American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama.
21: Amusement.
22: Amygdala.
23: Anger.
24: Anger Management.
25: Angst.
26: Anhedonia.
27: Animal-Assisted Therapy.
28: Animal Behavior Society.
29: Animals.
30: Anniversary Reaction.
31: Anomie.
32: Anterior Cingulate Cortex.
33: Anthropomorphism.
34: Antidepressant.
35: Antimanic.
36: Antipsychotic.
37: Anxiety.
38: Anxiety Disorders Association of America.
39: Anxiolytic.
40: Appraisal.
41: Aprosodia.
42: Aristotle (384–322 BC).
43: Arnold, Magda (1903–2002).
44: Art Therapy.
45: Artistic Expression of Emotion.
46: Assertiveness Training.
47: Association for Play Therapy.
48: Association for Psychological Science.
49: Ataraxia.
50: Attachment.
51: Attitude.
52: Atypical Antidepressants.
53: Autistic Spectrum Disorders.
54: Autogenic Training.
55: Autonomic Nervous System.
56: Aversion.
57: Aversive Conditioning (Aversion Therapy).
58: Basic Emotions.
59: Beck, Aaron T. (1921–).
60: Beck Anxiety Inventory.
61: Beck Depression Inventory.
62: Beck Scale for Suicide Ideation.
63: Behavior and Emotion.
64: Behavior Therapy.
65: Behaviorism.
66: Bender Visual-Motor Gestalt Test.
67: Benzodiazepine.
68: Beta Blockers.
69: Bibliotherapy.
70: Biofeedback.
71: Bipolar Disorder.
72: Birth Trauma.
73: Blunted Affect.
74: Body Language.
75: Borderline Personality Disorder.
76: Boredom.
77: Bowlby, John (1907–1990).
78: Buddhism.
79: Burnout.
80: Cannon, Walter (1871–1945).
81: Cannon-Bard Theory of Emotion.
82: Catathymia.
83: Catharsis.
84: Cathexis.
85: Child and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation.
86: Children's Apperception Test.
87: Children's Depression Inventory.
88: Client-Centered Therapy.
89: Cognitive Dissonance.
90: Cognitive Therapy and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.
91: Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
92: Conditioned Emotional Response.
93: Contempt.
94: Cotard's Syndrome.
95: Couples Therapy.
96: Crying.
97: Culture.
98: Culture-Related Specific Syndromes.
99: Culture Shock.
100: Curiosity.
101: Dance Therapy.
102: Darwin, Charles (1809–1882).
103: Deep Breathing.
104: Defense Mechanisms.
105: Deimatic.
106: Delta Society.
107: Depersonalization.
108: Depressant Drugs.
109: Depression.
110: Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance.
111: Depression Anxiety and Stress Scales.
112: Descartes, René (1596–1650).
113: Desire.
114: Detoxification.
115: Developmental Crisis.
116: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
117: Diagnostic Classification System of Mental Health and Developmental Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood.
118: Diffusion Tensor Imaging.
119: Disgust.
120: Display Rules.
121: Dissociation.
122: Dorothea Dix (1802–1887).
123: Dysphoria.
124: Dysthymia.
125: Ecstasy.
126: Edwards Personal Preference Schedule.
127: Egomania.
128: Ekman, Paul (1934–).
129: Electroconvulsive Therapy.
130: Electroencephalography.
131: Ellis, Albert (1913–2007).
132: Embarrassment.
133: Emo.
134: Emoticons.
135: Emotional Abuse.
136: Emotional Intelligence.
137: Emotional Quotient.
138: Emotions Anonymous.
139: Empathogen.
140: Empathy.
141: Encounter Group.
142: Endogenous Depression.
143: Endoscopic Sympathetic Block.
144: Environment.
145: Epicureans, The.
146: Ethnocentrism.
147: Euphoria.
148: Euthymic Mood.
149: Evolutionary Psychology (Human Sociobiology).
150: Existential Psychotherapy.
151: Experiential Therapy.
152: Exposure with Response Prevention.
153: Extraversion.
154: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing.
155: Fabrication of Emotion.
156: Facial Action Coding System.
157: Facial Expression.
158: Family.
159: Family Therapy.
160: Fear.
161: Feeling.
162: Feelings Chart.
163: Flow.
164: Frankl, Viktor (1905–1997).
165: Freud, Anna (1895–1982).
166: Freud, Sigmund (1856–1939).
167: Friendship.
168: Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
169: Gage, Phineas P. (1823–1860).
170: Galvanic Skin Response.
171: Gamblers Anonymous.
172: Gender and Emotions.
173: Generalized Anxiety Disorder.
174: Genetics.
175: Gestalt Therapy.
176: Grief.
177: Group Therapy.
178: Guilt.
179: Hamilton Depression Scale.
180: Happiness.
181: Harry Harlow (1905–1981).
182: Hate.
183: Hate Crimes.
184: Hedonism.
185: Hippocampus.
186: Histrionic.
187: Hope.
188: Hopelessness.
189: Hormones.