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Children's emotions and moods : developmental theory and measurement

Published on Jan 1, 1983
Michael Lewis80
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Linda Michalson7
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Abstract
1. Why Study Emotion?.- Why Not Study Cognition?.- 2. Emotion: An Overview.- What is Emotion?.- Emotion versus Affect.- Primary versus Secondary or Derived Emotions.- Emotion, Mood, and Personality.- Individual Differences in Emotion.- 3. Approaches to the Study of Emotion.- Philosophical Inquiries into Emotion.- The Physiological Approach.- The Cognitive Approach.- The Motivational Approach.- The Cognitive-Emotional Eugue.- 4. The Structure of Emotion: The Development of Five Components.- Emotional EJicitors.- Emotional Receptors.- Emotional States.- Emotional Expressions.- Emotional Experiences.- 5. The Development of Emotion.- A Model of Emotion.- Specific Developmental Issues.- 6. The Socialization of Emotion: How and When to Express Emotions.- Issues in the Socialization of Emotion.- How to Express Emotions: The Use of Display Rules.- When to Express Emotions: Knowledge of Emotions by Situation.- 7. The Socialization of Emotion: How Emotions Are Managed, Labeled, and Interpreted.- How Emotions Are Managed: The Use of Others.- How Emotions Are Labeled: The Acquisition of an Affect Lexicon.- How Emotions Are Interpreted.- 8. The Measurement of Emotion.- Emotions as Private Acts.- The Meaning of Behavior.- Stimulus or Contextual Meaning.- 9. Construction of the Scales of Socioemotional Development.- Which Emotions Should Be Studied?.- Where Should Emotions Be Studied?.- Which Situations Should Be Used?.- Which Behaviors Should Be Used?.- The Scales of Socioemotional Development.- 10. Internal Properties of the Scales.- Method.- Internal Consistency of the Domain Scales.- Independence of the Domain Scales.- 11. Individual Differences in Emotional States.- Age and Gender Differences.- Social Milieu Differences.- Relationships among Emotional States.- Patterns of Emotional States.- 12. Profiles of Enduring Emotional States (Moods).- Constructing Individual Profiles.- Case Studies.- Concluding Remarks.- References.- Appendix A. Scales of Socioemotional Development.- Appendix B. Coding Forms for the Scales of Socioemotional Development.- Author Index.
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