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Plädoyer für das Komponenten-Prozess-Modell als theoretische Grundlage der experimentellen Emotionsforschung

Published inExperimentelle Emotionspsychologie: Methodische Ansätze, Probleme und Ergebnisse, Editors W. Janke, M. Schmidt-Daffy & G. Debus, p. 993
PublisherLengerich : Pabst Science Publ.
Publication date2008
Abstract

Experimental emotion research could benefit greatly from empirical investigations driven by clear-cut conceptual and theoretical fundaments. However, only few emotion theories provide concrete descriptions and predictions with regards to the process of the elicitation and differentiation of emotion episodes. The component process model (CPM) provides a conceptual integration of the whole emotion process by specifying the relation between a particular appraisal result and the pattern of resulting physiological, expressive and motivational changes. In this chapter we present the most recent version of the CPM and the empirical verification of some of the predictions.

Keywords
  • Emotions
  • Appraisal theories
  • CPM
  • Emotion theories
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BROSCH, Tobias, SCHERER, Klaus R. Plädoyer für das Komponenten-Prozess-Modell als theoretische Grundlage der experimentellen Emotionsforschung. In: Experimentelle Emotionspsychologie: Methodische Ansätze, Probleme und Ergebnisse. Lengerich : Pabst Science Publ., 2008. p. 993.
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ISBN978-3-89967-450-7
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