December 14, 2007

Cognition & Emotion new issue

cognition, emotions, human nature, journal, personality — thomasr @ 3:22 am Print This Post  AddThis Social Bookmark Button

A new issue of Cognition & Emotion is out, including articles on emotional memory and awareness, music and emotions, and anger-induction methods.

Cognition & Emotion: Volume 22 Issue 2 is now available online at informaworld (

This new issue contains the following articles:

Emotional processing and emotional memory are modulated by interoceptive awareness
Authors: Olga Pollatos; Rainer Schandry

Clear heads are cool heads: Emotional clarity and the down-regulation of antisocial affect
Authors: Benjamin M. Wilkowski; Michael D. Robinson

Psychometric properties of the Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire: Chinese version
Authors: Xiongzhao Zhu; Randy P. Auerbach; Shuqiao Yao; John R. Z. Abela; Jing Xiao; Xi Tong

Liking for happy- and sad-sounding music: Effects of exposure
Authors: E. Glenn Schellenberg; Isabelle Peretz; Sandrine Vieillard

Revisiting the affective Simon effect
Authors: Katia Duscherer; Daniel Holender; Esther Molenaar

Automatic attitudes and alcohol: Does implicit liking predict drinking?
Authors: B. Keith Payne; Olesya Govorun; Nathan L. Arbuckle

Mixed affective responses to music with conflicting cues
Authors: Patrick G. Hunter; E. Glenn Schellenberg; Ulrich Schimmack

How to push someone’s buttons: A comparison of four anger-induction methods
Authors: Jill Lobbestael; Arnoud Arntz; Reinout W. Wiers

Response-bound primes diminish affective priming in the naming task
Authors: Dirk Wentura; Christian Frings

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