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Handbook of Affect and Social Cognition

edited by Joseph P. Forgas
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Book
Published
Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, c2001.
Language
English
ISBN
0805832173 (alk. paper)
Contents
  • 1 Introduction: Affect and Social Cognition / Joseph P. Forgas 1
  • Philosophical and Speculative Theories Linking Affect and Cognition 6
  • Some Early Empirical Evidence for Affective Influences on Cognition and Judgments 7
  • Psychodynamic Approaches to Affect and Cognition 8
  • Conditioning Approaches to Affect and Cognition 9
  • Emergence of a Cognitive Paradigm 12
  • Major Areas of Contemporary Research on Affect and Social Cognition 15
  • Affect and Cognition: Fundamental Issues and the Nature of the Relationship 16
  • Affective Influences on the Content of Cognition 17
  • Affect and Social Information Processing 18
  • Affective Influences on Social Motivation and Intentions 19
  • Affect, Cognition, and Interpersonal Behavior 19
  • Personality and Individual Differences in Affectivity 20
  • I Relationship Between Affect and Cognition: Fundamental Issues
  • 2 Interaction of Affect and Cognition: A Neurobiological Perspective / Ralph Adolphs, Antonio R. Damasio 27
  • Cognitive Affect 28
  • Affective Modulation of Memory, Attention, and Decision Making in Animals 30
  • Affect Modulates Declarative Memory 33
  • Affect Modulates Decision Making 37
  • Affect and Social Judgment 40
  • 3 Affect and Attitudes: A Social Neuroscience Approach / Tiffany A. Ito, John T. Cacioppo 50
  • Why Social Neuroscience? 51
  • Separability of Positive and Negative Affect 52
  • Evaluative Space Model 54
  • Neural Substrates 57
  • Negativity Bias 58
  • Rerepresentation of Evaluative Processes Across the Neuraxis 60
  • Feeling without Knowing 63
  • Applications to Implicit and Explicit Prejudice 65
  • Different Evaluative Mechanisms or Decreased Activation with Practice? 67
  • 4 Affect and Cognitive Appraisal Processes / Craig A. Smith, Leslie D. Kirby 75
  • Appraisal Theory: Its Purpose and Major Assumptions 77
  • Structural Models of Appraisal 80
  • Toward a Process Model of Appraisal 84
  • Appraisal Theory, Affect, and Social Cognition 89
  • II Affective Influences on the Content of Cognition
  • 5 Mood and Social Memory / Gordon H. Bower, Joseph P. Forgas 95
  • Affective Features of Social Episode Representations 96
  • Memory for Emotional Episodes 98
  • Affective Recall without Factual Recall 99
  • Emotional Units in Associative Networks 103
  • Mood-Dependent Retrieval 104
  • Mood-Congruent Processing 108
  • Limitations on Mood Congruity 110
  • Information-Processing Strategies that Moderate Mood Effects on Memory 112
  • 6 Affect as Information / Gerald L. Clore, Karen Gasper, Erika Garvin 121
  • Affect and Judgment 122
  • Traditional Views 122
  • Affect-as-Information View 123
  • Mood and Processing 129
  • Priming and Processing 133
  • Mood and Memory 136
  • 7 Affective Influences on the Self-Concept: Qualifying the Mood-Congruency Principle / Constantine Sedikides, Jeffrey D. Green 145
  • Affect Infusion Model 147
  • Type of Self-Conceptions 147
  • Individual Differences 151
  • Judgmental Task Features 154
  • III Affective Influences on Social Information Processing
  • 8 Affective Influences on Social Information Processing / Klaus Fiedler 163
  • A Fundamental Processing Dichotomy 165
  • Basic Assumptions, Methods, and Findings 166
  • Mood-Congruency Effects 168
  • Mood Effects on Information-Processing Style 169
  • Boundary Conditions of Mood-Congruent Memory and Judgment 171
  • Integrating the Evidence in Terms of Processing Differences: The Affect Infusion Model (AIM) 172
  • Processing Consequences of Affect 176
  • Affect, Cognition, and Adaptive Learning: Assimilation versus Accommodation 177
  • 9 Promotion and Prevention Experiences: Relating Emotions to Nonemotional Motivational States / E. Tory Higgins 186
  • Promotion and Prevention Focus Concerns 189
  • Promotion and Prevention: Nonemotional Motivational States 192
  • Promotion and Prevention: Emotional Experiences 195 --v Promotion and Prevention Experiences of Motivational Strength 200
  • Additional Implications of Promotion and Prevention for Emotion 203
  • 10 Role of Affect in Attitude Change / Richard E. Petty, David DeSteno, Derek D. Rucker 212
  • Attitude Structure 215
  • Attitude Change with Relevant Affect 216
  • Affective versus Cognitive Appeals 216
  • Fear Appeals 217
  • Attitude Change with Irrelevant (Incidental) Affect 218
  • Effects of Emotional Factors Under Low-Elaboration Conditions 219
  • Effects of Emotional Factors Under High-Elaboration Conditions 221
  • Effects of Emotional Factors Under Moderate-Elaboration Conditions 223
  • Mood-Correction Effects 226
  • IV Affective Influences on Motivation and Intentions
  • 11 Role of Affect in Cognitive-Dissonance Processes / Eddie Harmon-Jones 237
  • Overview of the Theory of Cognitive Dissonance 238
  • Research Paradigms 239
  • Role of Negative Affect 240
  • A Conceptualization of Why Dissonance Produces Negative Affect 240
  • Cognitive Discrepancy as an Antecedent of Negative Affect 241
  • Dissonance and Physiological Responses 241
  • Dissonance and Self-Reported Negative Affect 242
  • Using Assessments of Negative Affect to Understand the Motivation Underlying Dissonance Reduction 242
  • Critical Evaluation 244
  • On the Causal Relation Between Dissonance, Affect, and Discrepancy Reduction 245
  • Relation of Dissonance-Produced Affect to Discrepancy Reduction 245
  • Dissonance and Misattribution of Affect 247
  • Independent Sources of Affect and Discrepancy Reduction 249
  • Affective Consequences of Cognitive-Discrepancy Reduction 250
  • Does Discrepancy Reduction Decrease Physiological Responses? 251
  • Does Discrepancy Reduction Decrease Negative Affect? 251
  • Resolving Discrepant Findings for Physiological Responses and Reported Affect 252
  • 12 Mood as a Resource in Processing Self-Relevant Information / Yaacov Trope, Melissa Ferguson, Raj Raghunathan 256
  • Mood as a Resource in Overcoming Defensiveness 257
  • Mood-Incongruent Information Search 258
  • Self-Induced Positive Mood 261
  • Mood as a Resource and Mood as a Goal 262
  • Research on Mood as a Resource versus a Goal in Feedback-Seeking Behavior 263
  • Mood as a Resource versus a Goal in Processing Persuasive Messages 267
  • Mood-Incongruent Recall 267
  • Affective Consequences of Processing 268
  • Attitudes and Behavioral Intentions 269
  • 13 Role of Motivated Social Cognition in the Regulation of Affective States / Maureen Wang Erber, Ralph Erber 275
  • Search for Mood Repair 276
  • Social Constraints Model of Mood Regulation and Processing 279
  • Mood Regulation: What and When 284
  • Research Supporting the Social Constraints Model: The Coolness Effect 285
  • Research Supporting the Appropriateness Hypothesis I: Strangers versus Romantic Couples 286
  • Research Supporting the Appropriateness Hypothesis II: Accepting versus Critical Others 287
  • Some Parting Thoughts 288
  • V Affective Influences on Cognitively Mediated Social Behaviors
  • 14 Affect, Cognition, and Interpersonal Behavior: The Mediating Role of Processing Strategies / Joseph P. Forgas 293
  • Affect Congruence in Interpersonal Behavior 295
  • Affect Infusion: A Question of Processing Style? 296
  • Affective Influences on Behavior Interpretation 300
  • Affect and Eyewitness Memory for Observed Interactions 302
  • Affective Influences on Spontaneous Interaction 303
  • Affect Infusion and Interpersonal Strategies: Making a Request 304
  • Affective Influences on Responding to Unexpected Social Situations 307
  • Affective Influences on Planned Strategic Encounters 308
  • Affective Influences on Persuasive Communication 311
  • Interaction Between Affect and Cognitive-Processing Strategies 312
  • 15 Affective Influences on Stereotyping and Intergroup Relations / Galen V. Bodenhausen, Thomas Mussweiler, Shira Gabriel,- Kristen N. Moreno 319
  • Affective Context of Intergroup Relations 320
  • Chronic Integral Affect 321
  • Episodic Integral Affect 322
  • Incidental Affect 324
  • Mechanisms of Affective Influence on the Stereotyping Process 326
  • Category Identification 326
  • Stereotype Activation 328
  • Stereotype Application 330
  • Stereotype Correction 336
  • 16 Affect and Health-Relevant Cognition / Peter Salovey, Jerusha B. Detweiler, Wayne T. Steward, Brian T. Bedell 344
  • Induced Mood and Thoughts about Health 346
  • Direct Effects of Mood on Illness: Findings from Psychoneuroimmunology 349
  • Induced Mood and Immunologic Parameters 349
  • Laughter and Immunity 350
  • Dispositional Links Between Mood and Health 351
  • Optimism 351
  • Hope 352
  • Religiosity 353
  • Mood-Regulatory Skills 354
  • Hardiness 355
  • Negative Affectivity 356
  • Affect Intensity 357
  • Mood and Attentional Focus 358
  • Affect, Health-Relevant Cognition, and Social Support 359
  • Changes in Mood Motivate Health-Relevant Behaviors 361
  • VI Role of Individual Differences in Affectivity
  • 17 Personality as a Moderator of Affective Influences on Cognition / Cheryl L. Rusting 371
  • Personality Traits that Enhance Mood-Congruent Processing 375
  • Extraversion and Neuroticism 375
  • Other Negative Traits 378
  • Personality Traits that Reverse Negative Mood-Congruent Processing 379
  • Mood-Regulation 380
  • Self-Esteem 382
  • When Are Personality and Mood Effects on Cognition Present? 383
  • Type of Mood Induction 384
  • Motivations to Regulate Emotions 385
  • Type of Cognitive Task 386
  • Difficulties in Research on Personality, Mood, and Cognition 387
  • 18 Affect, Stress, and Personality / Jerry Suls 392
  • Big Five, Affective Experience, and Stress 394
  • Neuroticism and Responses to Life Events 396
  • -- Processes Contributing to the Neurotic Cascade 399
  • Personality in the Context of Affective-Cognitive Networks 402
  • Person [times] Environment Fit: The Case of Agreeableness 403
  • 19 Emotion, Intelligence, and Emotional Intelligence / John D. Mayer 410
  • Putting Emotion and Cognition in Their Place 413
  • Trilogy of Mind 413
  • Other Parts of Personality 415
  • Emotional Traits 415
  • Cognitive Traits 416
  • Emotion and Cognition: What Is Intelligence and What Is Not? 417
  • Theory of Emotional Intelligence 418
  • Emotion as Information 418
  • Emotional Perception 419
  • Emotional Integration 420
  • Understanding Emotion 421
  • Management of Emotion 422
  • Emotional Intelligence as a Standard Intelligence 423
  • Measuring Emotional Intelligence as an Ability 423
  • A Description of the MEIS 424
  • Scoring the MEIS 425
  • Findings with the MEIS 425.
Description
xviii, 457 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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Bedell g| 344 -- t| Induced Mood and Thoughts about Health g| 346 -- t| Direct Effects of Mood on Illness: Findings from Psychoneuroimmunology g| 349 -- t| Induced Mood and Immunologic Parameters g| 349 -- t| Laughter and Immunity g| 350 -- t| Dispositional Links Between Mood and Health g| 351 -- t| Optimism g| 351 -- t| Hope g| 352 -- t| Religiosity g| 353 -- t| Mood-Regulatory Skills g| 354 -- t| Hardiness g| 355 -- t| Negative Affectivity g| 356 -- t| Affect Intensity g| 357 -- t| Mood and Attentional Focus g| 358 -- t| Affect, Health-Relevant Cognition, and Social Support g| 359 -- t| Changes in Mood Motivate Health-Relevant Behaviors g| 361 -- g| VI t| Role of Individual Differences in Affectivity -- g| 17 t| Personality as a Moderator of Affective Influences on Cognition / r| Cheryl L. 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