The Ascent of Affect

The Ascent of Affect
Author : Ruth Leys
Publisher : University of Chicago Press
Total Pages : 399
Release : 2017-11-10
ISBN 10 : 9780226488561
ISBN 13 : 022648856X
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL


Introduction: setting the stage -- Silvan S. Tomkins' affect theory -- Paul Ekman's neurocultural theory of the emotions -- Richard S. Lazarus' appraisal theory i: emotions as intentional states -- Richard S. Lazarus's appraisal theory ii: the battle is joined -- A world without pretense? Alan J. Fridlund's behavioral ecology view -- The debate continues: paradigm change or status quo? -- The turn to affect: a critique -- Epilogue: where we are now

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