Emotion, Social Relationships, and Health

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Contributors vii
  • Emotion, Social Relationships, and Health *
  • 1 - Integrating Emotion into the Study of Social Relationships and Health 3
  • References *
  • 2 - Meta-Emotion, Children's Emotional Intelligence, and Buffering Children from Marital Conflict 23
  • References 39
  • Commentary *
  • Note *
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  • 3 - Relationship Experiences and Emotional Well-Being 57
  • Notes *
  • References 83
  • Commentary *
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  • 4 - Relationships Among Social Support, Emotional Expression, and Survival 97
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  • 5 - Mapping Emotion with Significant Others onto Health 133
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  • Commentary *
  • References 187
  • 6 - Social Relationships and Health 189
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  • 7 - Social Relationships and Susceptibility to the Common Cold 221
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  • References 242
  • 8 - Social Context and Other Psychological Influences on the Development of Immunity 243
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  • Commentary 262
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  • Author Index 273
  • Subject Index 283
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