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Emotion, Development, and Self-Organization

Emotion, Development, and Self-Organization
Dynamic Systems Approaches to Emotional Development

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Part of Cambridge Studies in Social and Emotional Development

Marc D. Lewis, Isabela Granic, Carroll Izard, Klaus R. Scherer, Linda Camras, M. F. Mascolo, Allan N. Schore, Kate Harkness, Don M. Tucker, Walter J. Freeman, Jaak Panksepp, Deborah Laible, Ross Thompson, C. de Weerth, Paul van Geert, K. D. Ryan, J. M. Gottman, Daniel P. Keating, Fiona K. Miller
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  • Date Published: October 2002
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521525275

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  • Presented here for the first time is the idea that emotional development is "self-organizing." It replaces older ideas that genes or environments "control" the process of development. Self-organization is one aspect of a revolutionary approach to science that embraces "chaos theory" and the new "science of complexity." Physicists, chemists, biologists, and other scientists see self-organization as a significant way of explaining patterns in nature.

    • Top-ranking theorists in emotional development, emotion theory, and the neurobiology of emotion and development are represented here
    • Was the first compilation of dynamic systems approaches to emotional development
    • Integrates psychological and neurobiological perspectives of emotional development
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    "...a rich volume encompassing emotion theory and research with integration to clinical practice." The Canadian Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Review

    "Read the chapters of this book to get a state-of-the-art rendering of the co-dynamics of the brain and body, the person and context, in the formation and development of the emotions....This book takes a huge, meritorious step towards encompassing the dynamic system of emotional experience. Read and discover what can happen when scientists collect the immeasurably raw data from their own hearts." from the Foreword by Alan Fogel

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    • Date Published: October 2002
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521525275
    • length: 426 pages
    • dimensions: 236 x 161 x 25 mm
    • weight: 0.72kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction: a new approach to study of emotional development Marc D. Lewis and Isabela Granic
    Part I: Intrapersonal Processes:
    2. Self organization of discrete emotions, emotion patterns, and emotion-cognition relations Carroll Izard
    2. Emotional self-organization at three time scales Marc D. Lewis
    3. Emotions as episodes of subsystem synchronization driven by nonlinear appraisal processes Klaus R. Scherer
    5. Surprise! Facial expressions can be coordinative motor structures Linda Camras
    6. The dynamic construction of emotion: varieties in anger M. F. Mascolo
    Part II: Neurobiological Perspectives:
    7. The self-organization of the right brain and the neurobiology of emotional development Alan N. Schore
    8. Motivation of neural plasticity: neural mechanisms in the self-organization of depression Kate Harkness and Don M. Tucker
    9. Emotion is essential to all intentional behaviors Walter J. Freeman
    10. The neurodynamics of emotions: an evolutionary-neurodevelopmental view Jaak Panksepp
    Part III. Interpersonal Processes:
    11. Beyond bidirectional models of parent-child relations: a self-organization perspective Isabela Granic
    12. Attachment and self-organization Deborah Laible and Ross Thompson
    13. The dynamics of emotion-related behaviors in infancy C. de Weerth and Paul van Geert
    14. Theoretical and mathematical modeling of marriage K. D. Ryan and J. M. Gottman
    15. The dynamics of emotion: metaphors, methods, and models of development Daniel P. Keating and Fiona K. Miller.

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    Marc D. Lewis, University of Toronto

    Isabela Granic, University of Toronto

    Contributors

    Marc D. Lewis, Isabela Granic, Carroll Izard, Klaus R. Scherer, Linda Camras, M. F. Mascolo, Allan N. Schore, Kate Harkness, Don M. Tucker, Walter J. Freeman, Jaak Panksepp, Deborah Laible, Ross Thompson, C. de Weerth, Paul van Geert, K. D. Ryan, J. M. Gottman, Daniel P. Keating, Fiona K. Miller

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