|aAppraisal processes in emotion :|btheory, methods, research /|cedited by Klaus R. Scherer, Angela Schorr, Tom Johnstone.
|aOxford, New York :|bOxford University Press,|c2001.
|axiv, 478 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aSeries in affective science
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 393-449) and indexes.
|tAppraisal theory : overview, assumptions, varieties, controversies /|rIra J. Roseman and Craig A. Smith --|tAppraisal : the evolution of an idea /|rAngela Schorr --|tRelational meaning and discrete emotions /|rRichard S. Lazarus --|tModel of appraisal in the emotion system : integrating theory, research, and applications /|rIra J. Roseman --|tAppraisal considered as a process of multilevel sequential checking /|rKlaus R. Scherer --|tToward delivering on the promise of appraisal theory /|rCraig A. Smith and Leslie D. Kirby --|tAppraisal : what is the dependent? /|rNico H. Frijda and Marcel Zeelenberg --|tMetaphor is a metaphor is a metaphor : exorcising the homunculus from appraisal theory /|rArvid Kappas --|tPutting appraisal in context /|rBrian Parkinson --|tAppraisal processes conceptualized from a schema-theoretic perspective : contributions to a process analysis of emotions /|rRainer Reisenzein --|tPersonal pathways in the development of appraisal : a complex systems/stage theory perspective /|rMarc D. Lewis --|tSocial appraisal : the social world as object of and influence on appraisal processes /|rAntony S.R. Manstead and Agneta H. Fischer --|tRole of culture in appraisal /|rBatja Mesquita and Phoebe C. Ellsworth --|tApplications of appraisal theory to understanding, diagnosing, and treating emotional pathology /|rIra J. Roseman and Susanne Kaiser.
|tVocal expression correlates of appraisal processes /|rTom Johnstone, Carien M. van Reekum, and Klaus R. Scherer --|tFacial expressions as indicators of appraisal processes /|rSusanne Kaiser and Thomas Wehrle --|tPsychophysiology of appraisals /|rAnna Pecchinenda --|tAdvanced statistical methods for the study of appraisal and emotional reaction /|rMichael Eid --|tSubjective measurement in appraisal research : present state and future perspectives /|rAngela Schorr --|tToward computational modeling of appraisal theories /|rThomas Wehrle and Klaus R. Scherer --|tNature and study of appraisal : a review of the issues /|rKlaus R. Scherer.