Mood and Temperament

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Guilford Press, 27 thg 1, 2000 - 340 trang
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The last two decades have seen an explosion of scientific research into everyday affective experience. This book offers a comprehensive overview of current knowledge in this area. With attention to basic theoretical and measurement issues, the book examines short-term fluctuations in mood that result from such factors as stress, social activity, exercise, and weather, as well as from endogenous cycles or rhythms. Long-term individual differences in temperament and emotionality are then explored, and recent theory and evidence on happiness is presented. The final chapters address how individual differences in temperament are implicated in health and psychopathology.

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An Introduction to the Study of Mood and Temperament
A Structural Model
Situational and Environmental Influences on Mood
Patterned Cyclicity in Mood
and WellBeing
Affect and Psychopathology
Affect Personality and Health
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David Watson, PhD, is Professor of Psychology and head of the Personality and Social Psychology Training Program at the University of Iowa. He received his doctorate in Personality Research and Assessment from the University of Minnesota in 1982, followed by two years of postdoctoral training in the Psychiatry Department of the Washington University School of Medicine. Dr. Watson has broad interests in personality, health, and clinical psychology and has published widely in the top journals in these fields. He has also served on the editorial boards of numerous journals, and since 1994 has been the Associate Editor of the Journal of Abnormal Psychology.

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