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eBook formatPaperback, (torrent)En
PublisherPsychology Press
File size1.3 Mb
Release date 01.09.2000
Pages count176
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Everyday experience suggests that moods and emotions may influence the decisions we make, and that the outcomes of our decisions, in turn, influence our emotions. The contributions to this Special Issue explore these relationships by addressing the role of concurrent, anticipated, and remembered emotions in the decision process: how do moods and emotions at the time of decision making influence judgement and choice? How do moods influence cooperative behaviour in experimental games? What is the role of anticipated regret and disappointment in decision making? How do anticipated emotions influence adolescents' motivation to engage, or not to engage, in risky behaviours? Why are our memories of emotional episodes systematically biased? And what is the likely impact of these biased recollections on future behaviour and individuals' sense of well-being? The conceptual discussion and empirical findings on these issues advance our understanding of the interface of emotion, cognition, and decision making and raise important theoretical questions for future research.

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