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Interpersonal Emotion Dynamics in Close Relationships

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Part of Studies in Emotion and Social Interaction

Ashley K. Randall, Dominik Schoebi, Laura Sels, Eva Ceulemans, Peter Kuppens, Jonathan E. Butner, Alexander O. Crenshaw, Ascher K. Munion, Alexander Wong, Brian R. W. Baucom, Jessica P. Lougheed, Tom Hollenstein, Baldwin M. Way, Alexis Keaveney, Darby Saxbe, Hannah Khoddam, Geoffrey W. Corner, Sarah A. Stoycos, Mona Khaled, Rena L. Repetti, Galen D. McNeil, Charlie Champion, Thao Ha, Thomas Dishion, Sharon Shenhav, Arpine Hovasapian, Belinda Campos, Emily Butler
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  • Date Published: November 2018
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107177703

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  • Emotions play a powerful role in close relationships. Significant progress has been made in understanding the temporal features of emotions associated with the development and maintenance of close relationships across the lifespan. This advancement has revealed further questions: which theories help conceptualize interpersonal emotion dynamics? What are the ways researchers can assess and model these dynamics? How do interpersonal emotion dynamics manifest in different close relationships? And do these emotion dynamics contribute to the maintenance or dissolution of relationships? Interpersonal Emotion Dynamics in Close Relationships addresses these and other questions by bringing together state-of-the-art perspectives from scholars widely recognized for their contributions to the study of emotions in relationships. Each chapter defines interpersonal emotion dynamics, reviews methodological or empirical work, and offers important directions for future research. This volume will be a valuable resource for students, researchers, and practitioners interested in understanding the role of emotions in relationships.

    • Integrates diverse definitions and views of emotions in close relationships
    • Touches all areas of scholarship, from theory to methods and applications
    • Readers will gain an understanding of the interpersonal emotional dynamics underlying a wide range of relationship processes associated with close relationships across the lifespan
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    ‘Timely, important and well-conceived, this volume addresses a critical topic and does so with great dexterity and depth. The contributors are a stellar group, and the book's chapters are likely to become the go-to source for researchers and those interested in understanding the complex dynamics of emotion in close relationships.' Marc Schulz, Rachel C. Hale Professor in Science and Mathematics, Director of the Clinical Developmental Psychology Program, Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania

    'Interpersonal emotion dynamics are finally receiving adequate attention in research and practice, which is reflected by this valuable book. It delivers a wealth of the most current knowledge available on this topic, addressing manifold facets of the subject. The excellent insights in theoretical models, methods and different correlates are given by leading scholars in the field.' Guy Bodenmann, University of Zurich, Switzerland

    'What a wonderful book! This volume is a welcome and important addition for any serious student of close relationships, emotion, and how they change over time. Interpersonal Emotion Dynamics in Close Relationships includes a series of cutting-edge and authoritative chapters that bring it all together in an accessible and exciting way.' David A. Sbarra, University of Arizona

    'This timely book provides a wonderful guide for the exploration of the relatively new field lying at the juncture of relationship research and affective science. Bringing together conceptual, empirical, and methodological innovations that reflect the vibrancy of this emerging field, it is highly insightful, imminently practical, and wonderfully useful for researchers, clinicians, and students.' Eshkol Rafaeli, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

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    Product details

    • Date Published: November 2018
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107177703
    • length: 218 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 157 x 16 mm
    • weight: 0.43kg
    • contains: 14 b/w illus. 3 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction Ashley K. Randall and Dominik Schoebi
    1. Conceptual approaches to studying interpersonal emotion dynamics Ashley K. Randall and Dominik Schoebi
    2. A general framework for capturing interpersonal emotion dynamics: associations with psychological and relational adjustment Laura Sels, Eva Ceulemans and Peter Kuppens
    3. Simplifying the complexity of interpersonal emotion dynamics with regression graphics Jonathan E. Butner, Alexander O. Crenshaw, Ascher K. Munion, Alexander Wong and Brian R. W. Baucom
    4. Methodological approaches to studying interpersonal emotion dynamics Jessica P. Lougheed and Tom Hollenstein
    5. Biological contributions to interpersonal emotion dynamics Baldwin M. Way and Alexis Keaveney
    6. Physiological correlates associated with interpersonal emotion dynamics Darby Saxbe, Hannah Khoddam, Geoffrey W. Corner, Sarah A. Stoycos and Mona Khaled
    7. Interpersonal emotion dynamics within family relationships Rena L. Repetti and Galen D. McNeil
    8. Interpersonal emotion dynamics within young adult and peer relationships Charlie Champion, Thao Ha and Thomas Dishion
    9. Interpersonal emotion dynamics within intimate relationships Sharon Shenhav, Arpine Hovasapian and Belinda Campos
    10. Next steps towards understanding interpersonal emotion dynamics Emily Butler.

  • Editors

    Ashley K. Randall, Arizona State University
    Ashley K. Randall is an Associate Professor in Counseling and Counseling Psychology at Arizona State University and serves on the editorial boards for Emotion, the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, and The Counseling Psychologist

    Dominik Schoebi, Université de Fribourg, Switzerland
    Dominik Schoebi is an Associate Professor in Psychology at the Université de Fribourg, Switzerland, and serves on the editorial boards for the Journal of Marriage and Family, Family Psychology, and Family Process.

    Contributors

    Ashley K. Randall, Dominik Schoebi, Laura Sels, Eva Ceulemans, Peter Kuppens, Jonathan E. Butner, Alexander O. Crenshaw, Ascher K. Munion, Alexander Wong, Brian R. W. Baucom, Jessica P. Lougheed, Tom Hollenstein, Baldwin M. Way, Alexis Keaveney, Darby Saxbe, Hannah Khoddam, Geoffrey W. Corner, Sarah A. Stoycos, Mona Khaled, Rena L. Repetti, Galen D. McNeil, Charlie Champion, Thao Ha, Thomas Dishion, Sharon Shenhav, Arpine Hovasapian, Belinda Campos, Emily Butler

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