Psychological Significance of the Blush

Psychological Significance of the Blush

Jong, Peter J. De; Crozier, W. Ray

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

The blush is a ubiquitous yet little understood phenomenon which has been largely neglected in the study of emotion. This unique interdisciplinary volume addresses the psychological significance of the blush through a set of original contributions from leading international researchers.
1. The study of the blush: Darwin and after W. Ray Crozier and Peter J. de Jong; Part I. The Nature of the Blush: 2. Psychophysiology of the blush Peter D. Drummond; 3. Measurement of the blush Ruth Cooper and Alexander L. Gerlach; Part II. Theoretical Perspectives on the Blush: 4. Psychological theories of blushing Mark R. Leary and Kaitlin Toner; 5. Colours of the face: a comparative glance Jan A. R. A. M. van Hooff; 6. Self-conscious emotional development Hedy Stegge; 7. A biosocial perspective on embarrassment Ryan S. Darby and Christine R. Harris; 8. The affective neuroscience of human social anxiety Vladimir Miskovic and Louis A. Schmidt; Part III. The Blush in Social Interaction: 9. The interactive origins and outcomes of embarrassment Rowland S. Miller; 10. Performing the blush: a dramaturgical perspective Susie Scott; 11. Blushing and the private self W. Ray Crozier; 12. Signal value and interpersonal implications of the blush Peter J. de Jong and Corine Dijk; Part IV. Blushing Problems: Processes and Interventions: 13. Red, hot and scared: mechanisms underlying fear of blushing Corine Dijk and Peter J. de Jong; 14. Psychological interventions for fear of blushing Michelle C. Capozzoli, Imke J. J. Vonk, Susan M. Boegels and Stefan G. Hofmann; 15. Psychological aspects of rosacea Peter D. Drummond and Daphne Su; Conclusions: 16. Conclusions, what we don't know and future directions for research W. Ray Crozier and Peter J. de Jong.
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