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245 00 Handbook of emotion, adult development, and aging
       |h[electronic resource] /|cedited by Carol Magai, Susan H.
       McFadden 
246 30 Emotion, adult development, and aging 
260    San Diego :|bAcademic Press,|cc1996 
300    1 online resource (xxi, 470 p.) :|bill 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Theoretical Perspectives: -- J. Panksepp and A. Miller, 
       Emotions and the Aging Brain: Regrets and Remedies. -- 
       L.M. Dougherty, J.A. Abe, and C.E. Izard, Differential 
       Emotions Theory and Emotional Development in Adulthood and
       Later Life. -- K.E. Grossman, Ethological Perspectives on 
       Human Development and Aging. -- C.T. Fischer, A Humanistic
       and Human Science Approach to Emotion. -- S.K. Whitbourne,
       Psychosocial Perspectives on Emotions: The Role of 
       Identity in the Aging Process. -- Affect and Cognition: --
       G. Labouvie-Vief, Emotion, Thought, and Gender. -- V.G. 
       Cicirelli, Emotion and Cognition in Attachment. -- K.T. 
       Strongman, Emotion and Memory. -- F. Blanchard-Fields, 
       Emotion and Everyday Problem Solving in Adult Development.
       -- J.-E. Ruth and A. Vilkko, Emotions in the Construction 
       of Autobiography. -- Emotion and Relationships: -- L.E. 
       Troll and K.L. Fingerman, Connections between Parents and 
       Their Adult Children. -- V.H. Bedfordand and P.S. Avioli, 
       Affect and Sibling Relationships in Adulthood. -- L.L. 
       Carstensen, J. Graff, R.W. Levenson, and J.M. Gottman, 
       Affect in Intimate Relationships: The Developmental Course
       of Marriage. -- B. de Vries, The Understanding of 
       Friendship: An Adult Life Course Perspective. -- M. 
       Mikulincer and V. Florian, Emotional Reactions to 
       Interpersonal Losses over the Life Span: An Attachment 
       Theoretical Perspective. -- Stress, Health, and 
       Psychological Well-Being: -- R.S. Lazarus, The Role of 
       Coping in the Emotions and How Coping Changes over the 
       Life Course. -- J.S. Tucker and H.S. Friedman, Emotion, 
       Personality, and Health. -- M.P. Lawton, Quality of Life 
       and Affect in Later Life. -- S.H. McFadden and J.S. Levin,
       Religion, Emotions, and Health. -- Continuity and Change 
       in Emotion Patterns and Personality: -- P.T. Costa, Jr., 
       and R.R. McCrae, Mood and Personality in Adulthood. -- D. 
       Keltner, Facial Expressions of Emotion and Personality. --
       C. Magai and B. Nusbaum, Personality Change in Adulthood: 
       Dynamic Systems, Emotions, and the Transformed Self. -- 
       J.M. Jenkins and K. Oatley, Emotional Episodes and 
       Emotionality through the Life Span. -- J.A. Singer, The 
       Story of Your Life: A Process Perspective on Narrative and
       Emotion in Adult Development. References. -- Index 
505 0  I. Theoretical perspectives. Emotions and the aging brain 
       : regrets and remedies / Jaak Panksepp and Anesa Miller --
       Differential emotions theory and emotional development in 
       adulthood and later life / Linda M. Dougherty, Jo Ann Abe,
       and Carroll E. Izard -- Ethological perspectives on human 
       development and aging / Klaus E. Grossman -- A humanistic 
       and human science approach to emotion / Constance T. 
       Fischer -- Psychosocial perspectives on emotions : the 
       role of identity in the aging process / Susan Krauss 
       Whitbourne. II. Affect and cognition. Emotion, thought, 
       and gender / Gisela Labouvie-Vief -- Emotion and cognition
       in attachment / Victor G. Cicirelli -- Emotion and memory 
       / Kenneth T. Strongman -- Emotion and everyday problem 
       solving in adult development / Fredda Blanchard-Fields -- 
       Emotions in the construction of autobiography / Jan-Erik 
       Ruth and Anni Vilkko. III. Emotion and relationships. 
       Connections between parents and their adult children / 
       Lillian E. Troll and Karen L. Fingerman -- Affect and 
       sibling relationships in adulthood / Victoria Hilkevitch 
       Bedford and Paula Smith Avioli -- Affect in intimate 
       relationships : the development course of marriage / Laura
       L. Carstensen ... [et al.] -- The understanding of 
       friendship : an adult life course perspective / Brian de 
       Vries -- Emotional reactions to interpersonal losses over 
       the life span : an attachment theoretical perspective / 
       Mario Mikulincer and Victor Florian 
505 0  IV. Stress, health, and psychological well-being. The role
       of coping in the emotions and how coping changes over the 
       life span / Richard S. Lazarus -- Emotion, personality, 
       and health / Joan S. Tucker and Howard S. Friedman -- 
       Quality of life and affect in later life / M. Powell 
       Lawton -- Religion, emotions, and health / Susan H. 
       McFadden and Jeffrey S. Levin. V. Continuity and change in
       emotion patterns and personality. Mood and personality in 
       adulthood / Paul T. Costa, Jr. and Robert R. McCrae -- 
       Facial expressions of emotion and personality / Dacher 
       Keltner -- Personality change in adulthood : dynamic 
       systems, emotions, and the transformed self / Carol Magai 
       and Barbara Nusbaum -- Emotional episodes and emotionality
       through the life span / Jennifer M. Jenkins and Keith 
       Oatley -- The story of your life : a process perspective 
       on narrative and emotion in adult development / Jefferson 
       A. Singer 
520    The field of emotions research has recently seen an 
       unexpected period of growth and expansion, both in 
       traditional psychological literature and in gerontology. 
       The Handbook of Emotion, Adult Development, and Aging 
       provides a broad overview and summary of where this field 
       stands today, specifically with reference to life course 
       issues and aging. Written by a distinguished group of 
       contributing authors, the text is grounded in a life span 
       developmental framework, while advancing a 
       multidimensional view of emotion and its development and 
       incorporating quantitative and qualitative research 
       findings. The book is divided into five parts. Part One 
       discusses five major theoretical perspectives including 
       biological, discrete emotions, ethological, humanistic, 
       and psychosocial. Part Two on affect and cognition 
       discusses the role of emotion in memory, problem solving, 
       and internal perceptions of self and gender. Part Three on
       emotion and relationships expands on the role of emotion 
       in sibling and parent/child relationships, as well as 
       relationships between friends and romantic partners, and 
       the emotional reaction to interpersonal loss across the 
       life span. Part Four on stress, health, and psychological 
       well-being treats issues of stress and coping, religion, 
       personality, and quality of life. The final part on 
       continuity and change in emotion patterns and personality 
       discusses emotion and emotionality throughout the life 
       span. An ideal reference source for professionals across a
       wide range of disciplines, the text summarizes recent 
       important developments in this fast growing area of 
       psychology and proposes many new directions for future 
       research. Key Features * Provides a biopsychological view 
       on emotion in adulthood from a life span context * 
       Presents the new perspective on emotion in older adults 
       actively engaged in emotion self-regulation * Describes 
       the intimate connection between emotion and the structure 
       of personality * Demonstrates a new perspective on what 
       emotion is, its importance across the life span, its 
       connections with cognition, its role in interpersonal 
       relation, and the way it influences both stability and 
       change in adulthood Illustrates the interpersonal nature 
       of emotion * Provides theoretically based, leading edge 
       research from international authors * Five areas of 
       coverage include: * Theoretical perspectives * Affect and 
       cognition * Emotion and relationships * Stress, health, 
       and psychological well-being * Continuity and change in 
       emotion patterns and personality Coverage includes: * Five
       major theoretical perspectives, including biological, 
       discrete emotions, ethological, humanistic, and 
       psychosocial * The role of emotion in memory, problem-
       solving, and internal perceptions of self and gender * The
       role of emotion in sibling and parent/child relationships,
       relationships between friends and romantic partners, and 
       the emotional reaction to interpersonal loss across the 
       lifespan * Issues of stress and coping, religion, 
       personality, and quality of life * Emotion and 
       emotionality throughout the lifespan 
588    Description based on print version record 
650  0 Emotions 
650  0 Emotions and cognition 
650  0 Adulthood 
650  0 Aging|xPsychological aspects 
650 12 Emotions 
650 17 Emoties.|2gtt 
650 17 Cognitie.|2gtt 
650 17 Volwassenen.|2gtt 
650 17 Ouderen.|2gtt 
650 22 Cognition 
650 22 Aging|xpsychology 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Magai, Carol 
700 1  McFadden, Susan H 
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