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Handbook of Approach and Avoidance Motivation

Published on May 22, 2008
Andrew J. Elliot81
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Part 1. Introduction. A.J. Elliot, Introduction and Overview: Approach and Avoidance Motivation. Part 2. Neurophysiology and Neurobiology. C.K. Cain, J.E. LeDoux, Emotional Processing and Motivation: In Search of Brain Mechanisms. N.A. Fox, B.C. Reeb, Effects of Early Experience on the Development of Cerebral Asymmetry and Approach-Withdrawal. P.J. Lang, M.M. Bradley, Appetitive and Defensive Motivation as the Substrate of Emotion. J. Panksepp, J. Moskal, Dopamine and SEEKING: Subcortical "Reward" Systems and Appetitive Urges. B.G. Hoebel, N.M. Avena, P. Rada, An Accumbens Dopamine-Acetylcholine System for Approach and Avoidance. C.A. Frye, M.E. Rhodes, The Role and Mechanisms of Steroid Hormones in Approach/Avoidance Behavior. R.M. Sullivan, D.J. Toufexis, D.A. Wilson, Development of Olfactory Modulated Approach and Avoidance Motivated Behaviors. Part 3. Basic Dispositions, Goals, and States. R.J. Larsen, A.A. Augustine, Basic Personality Dispositions Related to Approach and Avoidance: Extraversion/Neuroticism, BAS/BIS, and Positive/Negative Affectivity. A.C. Jones, S.D. Gosling, Individual Differences in Approach and Avoidance Motivation in Animals. H.H. Goldsmith, K. Lemery-Chalfant, Genetic Influences on Individual Differences in Approach and Avoidance. S.L. Gable, E.T. Berkman, Making Connections and Avoiding Loneliness: Approach and Avoidance Social Motives and Goals. T.M. Thrash, A.L. Hurst, Approach and Avoidance Motivation in the Achievement Domain: Integrating the Achievement Motive and Achievement Goal Traditions. R.S. Friedman, J. Forster, Activation and Measurement of Motivational States. Part 4. Evaluative Processes. J. Tooby, L. Cosmides, A. Sell, D. Lieberman, D. Sznycer, Internal Regulatory Variables and the Design of Human Motivation: A Computional and Evolutionary Approach. D.T. Kenrick, M.N. Shiota, Approach and Avoidance Motivation(s): An Evolutionary Perspective. M.J. Ferguson, J.A. Bargh, Evaluative Readiness: The Motivational Nature of Automatic Evaluation. G.G. Bernston, J.T. Cacioppo, The Functional Neuroarchitecture of Evaluative Processes. J.R. Eiser, R.H. Fazio, How Approach and Avoidance Decisions Influence Attitude Formation and Change. Part 5. Emotion and Well-being. I.J. Roseman, Motivations and Emotivations: Approach, Avoidance, and Other Tendencies in Motivated and Emotional Behavior. E.A. Younstrom, C.E. Izard, Functions of Emotions and Emotion-related Dysfunction. C.S. Carver, Y.E. Avivi, J.P. Laurenceau, Approach, Avoidance, and Emotional Experiences. E. Harmon-Jones, C. Harmon-Jones, Anger and Approach-Avoidance Motivation. M. Tamir, E. Diener, Approach-Avoidance Goals and Well-being: One Size Does Not Fit All. Part 6. Cognition. J.J. Blascovich, Challenge and Threat. S. Najmi, D.M. Wegner, Thought Suppression and Psychopathology. D. Derryberry, M. Reed, Motivational and Attentional Components of Personality. A.J. Rothman, J.T. Wlaschin, R.D. Bartels, A. Latimer, P. Salovey, How Persons and Situations Regulate Message Framing Effects: The Study of Health Behavior. Part 7. The Self. A.A. Scholer, E.T. Higgins, Distinguishing Levels of Approach and Avoidance: An Analysis Using Regulatory Focus Theory. D.M. Tice, E.J. Masicampo, Approach and Avoidance Motivations in the Self-concept and Self-esteem. C.J. Showers, K.L. Boyce, Secrets of Resilience: Approaching Negative Self-aspects without Aversion. J. Kuhl, S.L. Koole, The Functional Architecture of Approach and Avoidance Motivation. Part 8. Social Context. T. Hamamura, S. Heine, Approach and Avoidance Motivation Across Cultures. E.A. Plant, P.G. Devine, Interracial Interactions: Approach and Avoidance. J. Suls, L. Wheeler, A Reunion for Approach/Avoidance Motivation and Social Comparison. R.F. Baumeister, S. Gitter, I Am Approaching the Decision to Avoid You: An Approach and Avoidance Perspective on Research on Social Exclusion and Rejection. M.L. Cooper, A.E. Talley, M.S. Sheldon, A. Levitt, L.L. Barber, A Dyadic Perspective on Approach and Avoidance Motives for Sexual Behavior.
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