Markowitsch, Hans J.

Emotions as Bio-cultural Processes

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Table of contents

1. Prologue

2. Introduction
Birgitt Röttger-Rössler, Hans J. Markowitsch

3. Homo Sapiens—The Emotional Animal
Achim Stephan

2. Concepts and Approaches

4. Emotions as Bio-cultural Processes: Disciplinary Debates and an Interdisciplinary Outlook
Eva-Maria Engelen, Hans J. Markowitsch, Christian Scheve, Birgitt Röttger-Rössler, Achim Stephan, Manfred Holodynski, Marie Vandekerckhove

5. On the Origin and Evolution of Affective Capacities in Lower Vertebrates
Michael J. Casimir

6. Emotions: The Shared Heritage of Animals and Humans
Hans J. Markowitsch

7. Neurobiological Basis of Emotions
Irene Daum, Hans J. Markowitsch, Marie Vandekerckhove

8. Milestones and Mechanisms of Emotional Development
Manfred Holodynski

9. Gravestones for Butterflies: Social Feeling Rules and Individual Experiences of Loss
Birgitt Röttger-Rössler

10. Emotion by Design: Self-Management of Feelings as a Cultural Program
Sighard Neckel

11. Emotion, Embodiment, and Agency: The Place of a Social Emotions Perspective in the Cross-Disciplinary Understanding of Emotional Processes
Margot L. Lyon

12. On the Nature of Artificial Feelings
Achim Stephan

3. Empirical Studies—Shame and Pride: Prototypical Emotions Between Biology and Culture

13. “Honor and Dishonor”: Connotations of a Socio-symbolic Category in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Michael J. Casimir, Susanne Jung

14. “Honor and Dishonor” and the Quest for Emotional Equivalents
Michael J. Casimir

15. End of Honor? Emotion, Gender, and Social Change in an Indonesian Society
Birgitt Röttger-Rössler

16. “Beggars” and “Kings”: Emotional Regulation of Shame Among Street Youths in a Javanese City in Indonesia
Thomas Stodulka

17. The Search for Style and the Urge for Fame: Emotion Regulation and Hip-Hop Culture
Sven Ismer

18. Shame and Pride: Invisible Emotions in Classroom Research
Manfred Holodynski, Stefanie Kronast

19. Anger, Shame, and Justice: Regulative and Evaluative Function of Emotions in the Ancient and Modern Worlds
Eva-Maria Engelen

Keywords: Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Personality and Social Psychology, Developmental Psychology

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