By Gretchen Reevy, Yvette Malamud Ozer, Yuri Ito
Drawing on either modern and vintage learn, Encyclopedia of Emotion explores the complicated realities of our emotional lives and communicates what psychologists have discovered approximately them thus far in a transparent and fascinating way.
The landmark paintings bridges the divide inside psychology as a self-discipline among easy and utilized technology, accumulating jointly in a single finished source either theoretical and medical views in this very important subject.
In volumes, Encyclopedia of Emotion deals greater than four hundred alphabetically prepared entries on a large variety of subject matters, together with the neurological foundations of emotional functionality, competing theories of emotion, multicultural views on feelings, emotional problems, their analysis and therapy, and profiles of significant organisations and key figures who've formed our figuring out of ways and why we consider the best way we do.
• offers assurance of standard and irregular feelings that's uniquely broadbased and comprehensive—over four hundred entries in volumes
• Explains the newest knowing of daily and severe feelings at a degree that's obtainable to common readers and students
• contains "quick facts" and statistics that supply readers an fast snatch of the specifics of emotional disorders—what's occurring and the way universal it is
• starts with a bankruptcy at the historical past of our figuring out of feelings that levels from old Greece to the present
• includes four hundred A–Z entries on emotion, together with normal feelings, emotion theories, emotion learn, emotional issues, remedies of emotional issues, review of emotional qualities, firms dedicated to learning emotion, and critical those that have contributed to the certainty of emotion
• offers a chronology of the methods emotion has been conceived, study on emotion, therapy of emotional problems, and evaluation of emotional traits
• deals a bibliography of urged print and on-line assets on emotion for additional research
• incorporates a complete index
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The main motive of the army was to identify people who would later succumb to shell shock, viewing these individuals as psychologically weak (Benjamin, 2007). This test was called the Woodworth Personal Data Sheet and was the ﬁrst questionnaire designed to measure abnormal personality (DuBois, 1970). It was technically a ﬂawed test; it straightforwardly asked about abnormal behaviors and experiences and thus was easy to fake. The test, published in 1919, had not been used widely before the war ended, but it was a beginning in the assessment of abnormal personality and emotions.
For instance, one symptom was paralysis of her arm. She realized that the symptom ﬁrst appeared when she was sleeping during a time that she was supposed to be nursing her dying father. While asleep, she had a dream that a large, black snake was moving toward her father. She was unable to move her arm to shoo the snake away. When she awoke, her arm was paralyzed. When Anna remembered the origin of the paralysis and described it to Breuer, the paralysis went away. Whenever Anna would describe these episodes that led to symptoms, she was highly emotional.
12 INTRODUCTION: HISTORY OF EMOTION depressed persons, were released on the London streets wearing badges that indicated they were allowed to beg and were called “Toms of Bedlam” (Hothersall, 2004). In 1770, the ﬁrst institution in the United States that focused exclusively on treating the insane was established by request of the British governor: the Virginia House of Burgesses. Inmates in this asylum received similar treatment to those in Europe: chaining, beating, poor nutrition, and so forth.
Encyclopedia of Emotion by Gretchen Reevy, Yvette Malamud Ozer, Yuri Ito