Psychological and Biological Approaches to Emotion

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Subject Index
Action, 3, 7-8
Action, words for
in children, 283, 285-286, 289
in parents, 288-289
Activation Theory see Arousal Theory
Adaptive Priming, Theory of, 152-161
dimensionality of emotion, 157-159
limbic memory, 152-155
memory access, 159-161
primitive adaptive priming, 155-157
Affect, 21-23, 27, 34, 75, 215-242
effects on children with Down syndrome, 365-367
effects, 76, 89-91
expression, 216, 223, 225-236
beliefs and desires in children, 234-236
cognition, 239-240
negative affect, 230
neuropsychological considerations, 240- 241
neutral affect, 224, 228-229, 231-232
hemispheric dysfunction, see Left or Right Hemisphere Dysfunction
neuropsychological models, 109-110 in children with Down syndrome
inductions, 91
influence on word learning, 222-229
organization of material, 78
origins, 76, 87-88
see also Developmental psychopathology structuring studies, 78
Anger, 64-71, 387-388
animate agent, 69
definition, 65
socialization, 65
cross-cultural variations, 396-399
Anger, concept of, 298-301
Anger, development of, 301-304
Anger, expression, 247-279
in infants
crying, 270
directionality, 275-277
elicitation, 252-254
facial expression, 250-252, 255, 257- 260, 261, 262, 271-274
flushing, 277
restraint, 261-267
social targets, 267-268
tears, 277
vocalic expression, 261, 269-270, 278
in young children, 304 socialization, 304-306
Anger, in mothers, 306-307
Anger, naturalistic approach, 300-303
Anger, in young children, 297-308 response to anger, 301-304
Appraisal, 4, 5-6, 8-9, 12-15
primary, 5
secondary, 5

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