Emotion and Cognition, Volume 246 consists of 16 chapters on recent scientific advances in emotion and cognition research. The chapters include theoretical, review, and empirical chapters presenting original data on interactions between emotion and cognition. Chapters touch on a variety of topics, including Common and different mechanisms underlying the processing of extrinsic and intrinsic emotion, Looming fear stimuli broadens attention in a local-global letter task, Reading thoughts and feelings in other people - how age shapes empathic accuracy, How does aging influence emotion-cognition links?, and The Motivational Dimensional Model of affect: A review of the past 10 years, and more.
- Presents the latest research on the interaction between emotion and cognition
- Uniquely focuses on how these supposedly different aspects interact
- Contains contributions from world-renowned experts on emotion and cognition research
how age shapes empathic accuracy Elisabeth Sophie Blanke 5. How does aging influence emotion-cognition links? Derek Isaacowitz 6. The Motivational Dimensional Model of affect: A review of the past 10 years Philip Gable 7. Cognition in the face of expressions of anger and happiness: signal and receiver trade-offs across multiple levels of information pick-up David Becker 8. Reciprocal interactions between emotion and attention Narayanan Srinivasan 9. Effect of affective valence on cognitive control and emotion regulation Bhoomika R. Kar 10. What drives prioritised stimulus processing? An argument for motivational salience Frances Anne Maratos 11. The affective and motivational consequences of neurocognitive inhibition Mark Fenske 12. Reward and Empathy: Insights for and from Autism Bhismadev Chakrabarti 13. Ambiguity and the temporal dynamics of compound threat cue perception Reginald Adams 14. A translational neuroscience perspective on dispositional negativity and attention to threat Alexander J. Shackman 15. Emotion and Motivation based Modulation of the Mirror Neuron System in Schizophrenia and it's Clinical Relevance Urvakhsh Meherwan Mehta 16. How language (native versus nonnative) influences judgment and choice Constantinos Hadjichristidis