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Psychology & Counseling
  • Author:
    Margaret S. Clark
  • ISBN:
    0803946147
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    978-0803946149
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    SAGE Publications, Inc; 1 edition (February 25, 1992)
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    336 pages
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The functions of emotion regulation include satisfying hedonic needs, supporting specific goal pursuits, and facilitating the global personality system.

It covers the fields of social and personality psychology

Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 15 (4), 533-542, 1989.

Record keeping in two types of relationships. Journal of personality and social psychology 47 (3), 549, 1984. Some thoughts and findings on self-presentation of emotions in relationships. MS Clark, SP Pataki, VH Carver. Knowledge structures in close relationships: A social psychological approac. 1996. MS Clark, JR Mills, DM Corcoran. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 15 (4), 533-542, 1989. Providing help and desired relationship type as determinants of changes in moods and self-evaluations. GM Williamson, MS Clark.

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Emotion and social behavior (pp. 1–31). Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Kraft, . & Wetzel, . Preferences as expectation-driven inferences: Effects of affective expec- tations on affective experience. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 56, 519–530.

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How emotion shapes behaviour: feedback, anticipation, and reflection, rather than direct causation, Personality and Social . Assessing coping strategies: a theoretically based approach, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 56: 267–83.

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Personality traits might also function as belief systems to promote an understanding of oneself and one’s emotions (Robinson & Kirkeby, 2005). Clark. Select Format: Paperback. Health, Fitness & Dieting Health, Fitness & Dieting Medical Books Psychology Psychology & Counseling Social Psychology & Interactions Social Sciences Textbooks. More by Margaret S. Clyde A. Hendrick, Margaret S. Recently Viewed and Featured.

Topics central to an understanding of emotion - such as the concept of emotional intensity, cross-cultural specificity in emotion, and the links between emotion and cognition - are discussed in this volume.

Self-perception, manipulating emotions, categorization of theories, the question of whether existing theories are complementary or competing and the usefulness of some well-established models of emotion are among the other topics explored. Distinguished researchers in emotion contribute new ideas and this volume will be of interest to experienced researchers as well as beginning students.