"Offering the most comprehensive coverage imaginable, this handbook continues to occupy a unique position in the emotion field. Experts will find it invaluable for keeping current, and novices will find it an appealing and accessible introduction."--Susan T. Fiske, PhD, Eugene Higgins Professor of Psychology and Professor of Public Affairs, Princeton University The fourth edition of Handbook of Emotions once again assembles a brilliant set of chapters from the worlds foremost experts on every aspect of emotion. It is easy to see why this accessible and authoritative compendium has become, and still remains, the bible of the field. An essential resource for researchers and students alike.--Daniel Gilbert, PhD, Edgar Pierce Professor of Psychology, Harvard University -[An] excellent (and nearly exhaustive) referencefor emotion scholars in the social sciences and humanities.--Evolutionary Studies in Imaginative Culture, 04/24/2019The editors of the fourth edition of this handbook have surpassed their outstanding third editionto produce a work that provides not only a snapshot of the state-of-the-art aspects of emotion science, but also a credible and revealing vision of the future of the field. Of course, the editors are leaders in their respective areas of study; in addition, they have a rich and comprehensive understanding of the field of emotion science as a whole, especially its expanding borders. In the eight years since the last edition was published, the field has grown enormously; the new edition reflects that growth and more.Noteworthy in this regard is the inclusion of chapters that incorporate some of the new methodologies and approaches that are changing the ways in which individuals think about emotions, as well as the expansion of the final section of the book, 'Specific Emotions.' There is no other handbook of this quality and scope. This text is absolutely essential.--Choice Reviews, 03/01/2017This book appears to be the gold standard in the field based on the distinguished editors and authors and the fact that it continues to be revised as new theories and research occur. All in all, this is a tremendous contribution to psychology and our understanding of human nature. ****! (on the third edition)--Doody's Review Service, 09/12/2008Simply put, it is the best single-volume compendium of the state of the art in emotion research. (on the first edition)--Cognition and Emotion, 01/01/2005
Lisa Feldman Barrett, PhD, is University Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Director of the Interdisciplinary Affective Science Laboratory at Northeastern University, with research appointments at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), and is a faculty member at the MGH Center for Law, Brain and Behavior. Dr. Barretts research focuses on the nature of emotion from both psychological and neuroscience perspectives, and incorporates insights from anthropology, philosophy, linguistics, and the history of psychology. She is the recipient of a Pioneer Award from the National Institutes of Health, among numerous other awards, and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the Association for Psychological Science. She was a founding Editor-in-Chief of the journal Emotion Review and cofounder of the Society for Affective Science. Dr. Barrett has published more than 170 papers and book chapters. Michael Lewis, PhD, is University Distinguished Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry and Director of the Institute for the Study of Child Development at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He is also Professor of Psychology, Education, Cognitive Science, Biomedical Engineering, and Social Work at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, where he serves on the Executive Committee of the Center for Cognitive Science and is an Associate of the Center for Mathematics, Science and Computer Education. Dr. Lewis is a Fellow of the New York Academy of Sciences, the American Psychological Association (APA), the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, and is currently in the top 1.5% of scientists referenced in the Social Science Index. He is a recipient of the Bronfenbrenner Award for Lifetime Contribution to Developmental Psychology in the Service of Science and Society from the APA, the Hedi Levenback Pioneer Award from the New York Zero-to-Three Network, and the Distinguished Scientific Contributions to Child Development Award from the Society for Research in Child Development. Dr. Lewis has published over 450 journal articles and book chapters and 35 books, including The Rise of Consciousness and the Development of Emotional Life, which won the William James Book Award from APA Division 1 (Society for General Psychology), Social Cognition and the Acquisition of Self, Children's Emotions and Moods, Shame: The Exposed Self, and Altering Fate. Jeannette M. Haviland-Jones, PhD, is Professor Emerita of Psychology at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, where she is Codirector of the Center for Sensory Science and Innovation and former Director of the Human Emotions Lab. Dr. Haviland-Jones has written extensively about emotional development for over 25 years. She is coauthor of The Hidden Genius of Emotion: Lifespan Transformations of Personality and has published over 60 articles, chapters, and books on emotion and related issues. Her long-time research interests have included lifespan changes in displays of emotion, gender differences in emotions, and the organizing effects of emotion on cognition and personality. Recently she has initiated research on the chemosensory aspects of emotion communication, called olfactics.
I. Interdisciplinary Perspectives 1. The Philosophy of Emotions, Andrea Scarantino 2. The History of Emotions, Ute Frevert 3. The Sociology of Emotion, Katherine J. Lively & Emi A. Weed 4. Emotions in Music, Literature, and Film, P. N. Johnson-Laird & Keith Oatley 5. Affect in Economic Decision Making, Karolina M. Lempert & Elizabeth A. Phelps 6. Computational Models of Emotion as Psychological Tools, Stacy Marsella & Jonathan Gratch II. Biological Perspectives 7. From Pleasure to Happiness: Liking and Wanting in Mind and Brain, Kent C. Berridge & Morten L. Kringelbach 8. Neural Fingerprinting: Meta-Analysis, Variation, and the Search for Brain-Based Essences in the Science of Emotions, Elizabeth Clark-Polner, Tor D. Wager, Ajay B. Satpute, & Lisa Feldman Barrett 9. Emotion and the Autonomic Nervous System, Wendy Berry Mendes 10. Genetic Contributions to Affect and Emotion, Yuliya S. Nikolova, Elena G. Davis, & Ahmad R. Hariri 11. Olfaction: Explicit and Implicit Emotional Processing, Jeannette M. Haviland-Jones, Patricia J. Wilson, & Robin Freyberg 12. Interoception and Emotion: A Neuroanatomical Perspective, A. D. (Bud) Craig 13. The Affect of Taste and Olfaction: The Key to Survival, Linda Bartoshuk and Derek J. Snyder III. Developmental Perspectives 14. The Development of Facial Expressions: Current Perspectives on Infant Emotions, Linda A. Camras, Serah S. Fatani, Brittney R. Fraumeni, & Michael M. Shuster 15. The Emergence of Human Emotions, Michael Lewis 16. Understanding Emotion, Paul L. Harris, Marc de Rosnay, & Francisco Pons 17. The Development of Childrens Concepts of Emotion, Sherri C. Widen 18. Emotion and Aging, Mara Mather & Allison Ponzio 19. The Interplay of Motivation and Emotion: View from Adulthood and Old Age, Molly Sands, Nhi Ngo, & Derek M. Isaacowitz 20. Emotional Development in Adolescence, Leah H. Somerville IV. Social and Personality Perspectives 21. Gender and Emotion: Theory, Findings, and Content, Leslie R. Brody, Judith A. Hall, & Lynissa R. Stokes 22. The Cultural Psychology of Emotions, Batja Mesquita, Jozefien De Leersnyder, & Michael Boiger 23. Intergroup Emotions, Eliot R. Smith & Diane M. Mackie 24. Social Functions of Emotion and Emotion Regulation, Agneta H. Fischer & Antony S. R. Manstead 25. Social Pain and Social Pleasure: Two Overlooked but Fundamental Mammalian Emotions?, Naomi I. Eisenberger 26. Emotion Regulation: A Valuation Perspective, Guarav Suri & James J. Gross 27. Expression of Emotion, Dacher Keltner, Jessica Tracy, Disa A. Sauter, Daniel C. Cordaro, and Galen McNeil 28. Emotional Body Perception in the Wild, Beatrice de Gelder 29. Form and Function in Facial Expressive Behavior, Daniel H. Lee & Adam K. Anderson V. Cognitive Perspectives 30. Emotional Intelligence, Marc A. Brackett, Susan E. Rivers, Michelle C. Bertoli, & Peter Salovey 31. New Light on the AffectCognition Connection, Gerald L. Clore & Alexander J. Schiller 32. A Fundamental Role for Conceptual Processing in Emotion, Christine D. Wilson-Mendenhall & Lawrence W. Barsalou 33. Memory and Emotion, Elizabeth A. Kensinger & Daniel L. Schacter 34. Language and Emotion: Putting Words into Feelings and Feelings into Words, Kristen A. Lindquist, Maria Gendron, & Ajay B. Satpute 35. Emotion and Attention, Greg Hajcak, Felicia Jackson, Jamie Ferri, & Anna Weinberg VI. Health-Related Perspectives 36. Emotions and Health, Laura D. Kubzansky & Ashley Winning 37. Neuroendocrine and Neuroimmunological Mechanisms of Emotion, Aric A. Prather 38. Emotion Disturbances as Transdiagnostic Processes in Psychopathology, Anne M. Kring & Jasmine Mote 39. The Clinical Application of Emotion in Psychotherapy, Leslie S. Greenberg 40. Eat, Drink, and Be Sedentary: A Review of Health Behaviors Effects on Emotions and Affective States, and Implications for Interventions, E