Striving and Feeling: Interactions Among Goals, Affect, and Self-Regulation by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc (Paperback, 1996)
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- PublisherLawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc
- Date of Publication13/05/1996
- GenrePsychology: Professional & General
- Place of PublicationNJ
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintLawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc
- Content NoteIllustrations, ports.
- Weight680 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine26 mm
- Edited byAbraham Tesser,Leonard L. Martin
- Table Of ContentsContents: Preface. L.L. Martin, A. Tesser, Introduction. Part I: Affective and Behavioral Consequences. C.S. Carver, J.W. Lawrence, M.F. Scheier, A Control-Process Perspective on the Origins of Affect. W.D. McIntosh, When Does Goal Nonattainment Lead to Negative Emotional Reactions and When Doesn't It?: The Role of Linking and Rumination. R.A. Emmons, H.A. Kaiser, Goal Orientation and Emotional Well-Being: Linking Goals and Affect Through the Self. W. Cochran, A. Tesser, The What the Hell Effect : Some Effects of Goal Proximity and Goal Framing on Performance. Part II: Affective Consequences of Self-Organization and Self-Regulation. J.B. Halberstadt, P.M. Niedenthal, M.B. Setterlund, Cognitive Organization of Different Tenses of the Self Mediates Affect and Decision Making. C.J. Showers, K.C. Kling, The Organization of Self-Knowledge: Implications for Mood Regulation. T.J. Strauman, Self-Beliefs, Self-Evaluation, and Depression: A Perspective on Emotional Vulnerability. C. Sansone, J.M. Harackiewicz, I Don't Feel Like It : The Function of Interest in Self-Regulation. J.A. Singer, P. Salovey, Motivated Memory: Self-Defining Memories, Goals, and Affect Regulation. R. Erber, The Self-Regulation of Moods. Part III: How Goals and Affect Influence Other Processes. L.L. Martin, P. Stoner, Mood as Input: What We Think About How We Feel Determines How We Think. E.R. Hirt, H.E. McDonald, R.J. Melton, Processing Goals and the Affect-Performance Link: Mood as Main Effect or Mood as Input? D.T. Wegener, R.E. Petty, Effects of Mood on Persuasion Processes: Enhancing, Reducing, and Biasing Scrutiny of Attitude-Relevant Information. K. Oatley, P.N. Johnson-Laird, The Communicative Theory of Emotions: Empirical Tests, Mental Models, and Implications for Social Interaction.
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