Psychologisches Institut der Universität Zürich

Universität Zürich
Psychologisches Institut, Fachrichtung Allgemeine Psychologie (Motivation)
HS 07: 3694/Aktuelle Themen der Emotionspsychologie
Dozentin: Veronika Job
Prüfungsrelevante Literatur
Carver, S.C. (2003). Pleasure as a sign you can attend to something else: Placing
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Carver, S.C. (2004). Negative affects deriving from the behavioural approach system. Emotion, 4, 3-22.
Custers, R. & Aarts, H. (2005). Positive Affect as implicit motivator: On the nonconscious operation of behavioural goals. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 89, 129-142.
Krohne, H.W., Pieper, M., Knoll, N., & Breimer, N. (2002). The cognitive regulation
of emotions: The role of success versus failure experience and coping dispositions. Cognition and Emotion, 16, 217-243.
Marsh, A.A., Adams Jr., R.B., & Kleck, R.E. (2005). Why do fear and anger look the
way they do? Form and social function in facial expressions. Personality and
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Rimé, B., Herbette, G., & Corsini, S. (2004). The social sharing of emotion: Illusory
and real benefits of talking about emotional experiences. In I. Nyklicek, L.R.
Temoshok, & A. Vingerhoets (Eds.), Emotional Expression and Health. Advances in Theory, Assessment and Clinical Applications. Nex York: BrunnerRoutledge.
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Zurbriggen, E.L. & Sturman, T.S. (2002). Linking motives and emotions: A test of
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