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Emotional Development: Recent Research Advances [Paperback]

Jacqueline Nadel , Darwin Muir

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Table of Contents

  • <b>Section I - Psychobiological approaches and evolutionary perspectives</b>
  • 1: Jaak Panksepp & Marcia Smith Pasqualini: The search for the fundamental brain/mind sources of affective experience
  • 2: Kim Bard: Emotion in chimpanzee infants: the value of a comparative approach to understand the evolutionary bases of emotion
  • 3: Colwyn Trevarthen: Action and emotion in development of cultural intelligence: why infants have feelings like ours
  • 4: Amy Salisbury, Penelope Yanni, Linda Lagasse & Barry Lester: Maternal-fetal psychobiology: a very early look at emotional development
  • 5: Robert Soussignan & Benoist Schaal: Emotional processes in human newborns: a functionalist perspective
  • 6: Giannis Kugiumutzakis, Theano Kokkinaki, Maria Makrodimitraki & Elena Vitalaki: Emotions in early mimesis
  • 7: Vasuvedi Reddy: Feeling shy and showing off: self-conscious emotions must regulate self-awareness
  • 8: Darwin Muir, Kang Lee, Christine Hains & Sylvia Hains: Infant perception and production of emotions during face-to-face interactions with live and 'virtual' adults
  • 9: Lola Canamero & Philippe Gaussier: Emotion understanding: robots as tools and models
  • <b>Section II - Comparative approaches: typical and impaired emotional development</b>
  • 10: Harriet Oster: The repertoire of infant facial expressions: a ontogenetic perspective
  • 11: Edward Tronick: Why is connection with others so critical? The formation of dyadic states of consciousness and the expansion of individuals' states of consciousness: coherence governed selection and the co-creation of meaning out of messy meaning making
  • 12: Tiffany Field: Prenatal depression effects on the fetus and neonate
  • 13: Helene Tremblay, Philippe Brun & Jacqueline Nadel: Emotion sharing and emotion knowledge: typical and impaired development
  • 14: Katherine Loveland: Social-emotional impairment and self-regulation in autism spectrum disorder
  • 15: Martine Flament & David Cohen: Emotional regulation and affective disorders in children and adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • 16: Stephanie Dubal & Roland Jouvent: Loss of emotional fluency as a developmental phenotype: the example of anhedonia

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