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Emotion

  • Christian Becker-Carus
  • Mike Wendt
Chapter

Zusammenfassung

Das Kapitel 12 bringt nach einem kurzen Umriss der frühen und neueren Emotionstheorien eine Einführung in die (derzeitige) Emotionspsychologie, bei der das Erleben der Emotion und der damit verbundenen physiologischen Reaktionen sowie der Ausdruck von Emotion und die Bedeutung kognitiver Bewertungen im Vordergrund stehen. Am Beispiel der Aggression als emotionaler Reaktion (bisweilen auch als Motivation diskutiert) werden die beteiligten Hirnmechanismen sowie die Rollen von Vererbung und Umweltsozialisation diskutiert. Am Beispiel der emotionalen Stressreaktion wird abschließend das Zusammenwirken physiologisch-hormoneller Regelungen und der kognitiven Bewertung dargestellt, die insbesondere auch bei der Bewältigung von Stress und psychischen Belastungen eine eminente Rolle spielt und damit zugleich Ansätze zur therapeutischen Intervention bietet.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Allgemeine Psychologie I und IIUniversität MünsterMünsterDeutschland
  2. 2.Fakultät für HumanwissenschaftenMedical School HamburgHamburgDeutschland

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