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Cognition, Emotion and Psychopathology
Theoretical, Empirical and Clinical Directions

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Jenny Yiend, T. D. Borkovec, Susan Mineka, Michael W. Eysenck, Karin Mogg, Brendan P. Bradley, Elaine Fox, Paula Hertel, Anne Richards, Andrew D. Lawrence, Fionnuala C. Murphy, Andrew J. Calder, Colin MacLeod, Lynlee Campbell, Elizabeth Rutherford, Edward Wilson, Bundy Mackintosh, Jonathan D. Huppert, Edna B. Foa, Colette R. Hirsch, David M. Clark, J. Mark G. Williams, John D. Teasdale, Gillian Butler
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  • Date Published: October 2004
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521833912

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  • This edited collection is a tribute to Andrew Mathews, distinguished researcher in cognition and emotion. It presents an account of the cognitive-clinical literature and sets an agenda for future work. The book is structured around theoretical, empirical and clinical approaches. Theoretical topics covered include learning theory, attentional processes and repression. Empirical work on for example, cognitive training, ambiguity resolution and functional imaging is discussed. In the final section work with a clinical perspective includes imagery, social anxiety, autobiographical memory and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy. The list of contributors includes some of the leading researchers in the field and will ensure that this book appeals to a broad international readership in cognitive science, neuroscience, clinical psychology, psychiatry and the study of emotion.

    • Brings together the work of some of the leading researchers in cognition and emotion
    • Combines theoretical perspectives with empirical research
    • Explores issues involved in transferring theoretical work to a clinical setting
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    'Reading through Cognition, Emotion and Psychopathology is a remarkable experience. This book is Andrew Mathews' Festschrift. Its scope is comprehensive which reflects the stature of this remarkable man.' Psychological Medicine

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    • Date Published: October 2004
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521833912
    • length: 322 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 19 mm
    • weight: 0.6kg
    • contains: 1 b/w illus. 3 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    An introduction and synthesis Jenny Yiend
    Andrew Mathews: a brief history of a clinical scientist T. D. Borkovec
    Part I. Theoretical Approaches:
    1. The positive and negative consequences of worry in the etiology of generalized anxiety disorder: a learning theory perspective Susan Mineka
    2. Trait anxiety, repressors, and cognitive biases Michael W. Eysenck
    3. A cognitive-motivational perspective on the processing of threat information and anxiety Karin Mogg and Brendan P. Bradley
    4. Maintenance or capture of attention in anxiety related biases? Elaine Fox
    Part II. Empirical Directions:
    5. Habits of thought produce memory biases in anxiety and depression Paula Hertel
    6. Anxiety and the resolution of ambiguity Anne Richards
    7. Dissociative methods in the study of emotion Andrew D. Lawrence, Fionnuala C. Murphy and Andrew J. Calder
    8. The causal status of anxiety-linked attentional and interpretive bias Colin MacLeod, Lynlee Campbell, Elizabeth Rutherford and Edward Wilson
    9. The experimental modification of processing biases Jenny Yiend and Bundy Mackintosh
    Part III. Clinical Perspectives:
    10. Maintenance mechanisms in social anxiety: an integration of cognitive biases and emotional processing theory Jonathan D. Huppert and Edna B. Foa
    11. Mental imagery and social phobia Colette R. Hirsch and David M. Clark
    12. Experimental cognitive psychology and clinical practice: autobiographical memory as a paradigm case J. Mark G. Williams
    13. Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy John D. Teasdale
    14. Clinical difficulties to revisit Gillian Butler.

  • Editor

    Jenny Yiend, University of Oxford
    Jenny Yiend is a Research Fellow at the Dept of Psychiatry, University of Oxford. She was previously a research scientist at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge.

    Contributors

    Jenny Yiend, T. D. Borkovec, Susan Mineka, Michael W. Eysenck, Karin Mogg, Brendan P. Bradley, Elaine Fox, Paula Hertel, Anne Richards, Andrew D. Lawrence, Fionnuala C. Murphy, Andrew J. Calder, Colin MacLeod, Lynlee Campbell, Elizabeth Rutherford, Edward Wilson, Bundy Mackintosh, Jonathan D. Huppert, Edna B. Foa, Colette R. Hirsch, David M. Clark, J. Mark G. Williams, John D. Teasdale, Gillian Butler

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