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New Directions in Research on Emotion

Vol. 2, No. 3, September 1998
Item #: 5560203
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About the special issue

This special issue presents four articles that exemplify contemporary boundary-crossing emotion research and theory. What unites these articles is a common process of traversing the psychological terrain in the service of understanding an emotion-relevant problem.

Articles in this issue

Overview to Special Issue: Understanding Emotions Means Crossing Boundaries Within Psychology
Pages 243–246
Rosenberg, Erika L.; Fredrickson, Barbara L.

Levels of Analysis and the Organization of Affect
Pages 247–270
Rosenberg, Erika L.

The Emerging Field of Emotion Regulation: An Integrative Review
Pages 271–299
Gross, James J.

What Good Are Positive Emotions?
Pages 300–319
Fredrickson, Barbara L.

Emotion, Social Function, and Psychopathology
Pages 320–342
Keltner, Dacher; Kring, Ann M.

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