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Título Emotion, psychopathology, and psychotherapy / edited by Robert Plutchik, Henry KellermanLibros / Disco comp. - Libros
Autor(es) Plutchik, Robert (Autor)
Kellerman, Henry (Autor)
Descripción Física 1 online resource (xviii, 282 pages) : illustrations.
Idioma Inglés;
Series Emotion, theory, research, and experience (volume 5)
ISBN 9781483269535 (electronic bk.)


Clasificación(es) BF561.E48 vol. 5eb
W1EM668 v.5 1990
WM 171E54 1990
Materia(s) Emotions; Affect (Psychology); Psychology, Pathological; Psychotherapy; Mood Disorders; Affective Symptoms; Emotions; Psychotherapy; PSYCHOLOGY - Physiological Psychology; Affect (Psychology); Emotions; Psychology, Pathological; Psychotherapy; Émotions; Troubles affectifs; Affect (psychologie); Psychothérapie; Gefühl.; Psychotherapie.; Aufsatzsammlung.; Gefühlsstörung.; Psychopathologie.; ;
Nota(s) Emotion: Theory, Research, and Experience, Volume 5: Emotion, Psychopathology, and Psychotherapy is concerned with the formulation of models of emotion psychopathology and psychotherapy. The book focuses on the dysregulation of emotion, methods for changing emotion and the experience of emotion. The papers contained in the volume are grouped into theoretical works that link emotions to psychopathology and psychotherapy based on concepts derived from evolutionary biology; theoretical works that utilizes psychoanalysis in understanding emotions; and the transformation of cognitive constructions
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Front Cover; Emotion, Psychopathology, and Psychotherapy; Copyright Page; Table of Contents ; CONTRIBUTORS; PREFACE; INTRODUCTION; Part I: EVOLUTIONARY FOCUS; CHAPTER 1. EMOTIONS AND PSYCHOTHERAPY: A PSYCHOEVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVE; Abstract; The Psychoevolutionary Theory of Emotions: An Overview; Evolutionary Theory: An Overview; Summary and Conclusions; Clinical Implications of a Psychoevolutionary Approach to Emotions; The Strategy of Change: Five Basic Questions; The Special Nature of Therapeutic Communication; Some Tactics of Psychotherapy; Conclusion; References
CHAPTER 2. ANGER: AN EVOLUTIONARY VIEWAbstract; Introduction; Anger-An Evolutionary View; Interaction of Selected Variables; Anger and Psychiatric Disorders; Mechanisms; Discussion; References; CHAPTER 3. EMOTIONAL-CHANGE PROCESSES IN PSYCHOTHERAPY; Abstract; Emotion as Adaptive; Emotion as Synthesis; Affective Assessment; Primary Emotion in Change; Affective-Change Processes in Therapy; Acknowledging; Creation of Meaning; Arousing Affect; Taking Responsibility; Modifying Maladaptive Affective Responses; Emotional Expression in the Therapeutic Relationship; Affective-Change Events
Allowing and Accepting Painful EmotionCompleting Interrupted Expression; Accessing Core Beliefs; Anxiety and Depression; Conclusion; References; Part II: PSYCHOANALYTIC FOCUS; CHAPTER 4. EMOTION AND THE ORGANIZATION OF PRIMARY PROCESS; Abstract; Introduction; Primary and Secondary Process; Primary Process and Emotion; The Personality Network; The Emotion System; The Paranoid Chain; Emotion, Primary Process, and the Subject-Object Tie; The Hysteric Chain; The Passive Chain; The Aggressive Chain; The Obsessive Chain; The Psychopathie Chain; The Manic Chain; The Depressive Chain; Conclusion
The Self in TimeTime and Frustration; Time and the Defensive Process; References; CHAPTER 7. THE CHANGING ROLE OF EMOTION IN GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY; Abstract; The Role of Emotion in Theories of Group; Cohesion; Therapeutic Factors; Group as a System; Summary; References; Part III: COGNITIVE, BEHAVIORAL, AND DYNAMIC FOCUS; CHAPTER 8. COGNITIVE APPROACHES TO PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY AND THERAPY; Abstract; The Cognitive Model of Depression; Cognitive Structures; Self-Schemas; World and Future Schemas; Depressogenic Assumptions; Cognitive Propositions; Cognitive Operations; Cognitive Products
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