Table of contents for Emotion and psychopathology : bridging affective and clinical science / edited by Jonathan Rottenberg and Sheri L. Johnson.

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Introduction ¿ 										1
Jonathan Rottenberg and Sheri L. Johnson
Part I. Advances in Basic Affective Science
Chapter 1:											11
Affect assessment through self-report methods 
John Humrichouse, Michael Chmielewski, Elizabeth A. McDade-Montez, and David Watson
Chapter 2: 											41
Emotional behavior and psychopathology: A survey of methods and concepts 
June L. Gruber and Dacher Keltner
Chapter 3:											69
Methods for studying the psychophysiology of emotion 
Craig Santerre and John J.B. Allen
Chapter 4: Methods for studying cognitive aspects of emotion 				109
Edward Wilson and Colin MacLeod 
Part II. Applications to Psychopathology 
Chapter 5: 
Emotion and schizophrenia									138
Jack J. Blanchard, Alex S. Cohen, and Jaymee T. Carreno
Chapter 6: 											168
Emotion and bipolar disorder 
Sheri L. Johnson, June L. Gruber, and Lori R. Eisner
Chapter 7: 											201
Major depressive disorder: Emerging evidence for emotion context insensitivity 
Jonathan Rottenberg
Chapter 8: 											224
Fear and the anxiety disorders 
Arne Öhman and Christian Rück
Chapter 9: 											257
Alcohol and emotion: Insights and directives from affective science 
John Curtin and Alan Lang 
Chapter 10:											291
Affective processes in psychopathy 
Christopher J. Patrick
Part III. Treatment Applications and Future Directions
Chapter 11:											326 
Emotion-based approaches to the anxiety disorders 
Frank J. Farach and Douglas S. Mennin
Chapter 12: 											356
Affective science as a framework for understanding the mechanisms and effects of antidepressant medications 
Andrew J. Tomarken, Richard C. Shelton, and Steven D. Hollon
Chapter 13:											387
Affective science and psychotherapy: In search of synergy 			
Timothy J. Strauman, Kari Merrill Eddington, and Megan C. McCrudden 
Afterward 								 416
Bridges yet to come: Future directions for integrating affective and clinical science 
Jonathan Rottenberg, Sheri L Johnson, and James J. Gross

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Emotions.
Physiology, Pathological.
Affect (Psychology).
Emotions -- physiology.
Affective Symptoms -- physiopathology.
Mental Disorders -- physiopathology.
Mental Disorders -- therapy.
Psychophysiology -- methods.