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Studies in Emotion and Social Interaction

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 April 2022

Patrick Colm Hogan
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University of Connecticut
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Literature and Moral Feeling
A Cognitive Poetics of Ethics, Narrative, and Empathy
, pp. 305 - 306
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2022

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Titles Published in the Second Series

Speaking from the Heart: Gender and the Social Meaning of Emotion, by Shields, Stephanie A.Google Scholar
The Hidden Genius of Emotion: Lifespan Transformations of Personality, by Magai, Carol and Haviland-Jones, JeannetteGoogle Scholar
The Mind and Its Stories: Narrative Universals and Human Emotion, by Hogan, Patrick ColmGoogle Scholar
Feelings and Emotions: The Amsterdam Symposium, edited by Manstead, Antony S. R., Frijda, Nico H., and Fischer, Agneta H.Google Scholar
Collective Guilt: International Perspectives, edited by Branscombe, Nyla R. and Doosje, BertjanGoogle Scholar
The Social Life of Emotions, edited by Tiedens, Larissa Z. and Leach, Colin WayneGoogle Scholar
Emotions and Multilingualism, by Pavlenko, AnetaGoogle Scholar
Group Dynamics and Emotional Expression, edited by Hess, Ursula and Philippot, PierreGoogle Scholar
Stigmatization, Tolerance and Repair: An Integrative Psychological Analysis of Responses to Deviance, by Dijker, Anton J. M. and Koomen, WillemGoogle Scholar
The Self and Its Emotions, by Kristjánsson, KristjánGoogle Scholar
Face-to-Face Communication over the Internet: Emotions in a Web of Culture, Language and Technology, edited by Kappas, Arvid and Krämer, Nicole C.Google Scholar
What Literature Teaches Us about Emotion, by Hogan, Patrick ColmGoogle Scholar
Emotion: A Biosocial Synthesis, by Buck, RossGoogle Scholar
Emotional Mimicry in Social Context, edited by Hess, Ursula and Fischer, AgnetaGoogle Scholar
The Interpersonal Dynamics of Emotion: Towards an Integrative Theory of Emotions as Social Information, by van Kleef, Gerban A.Google Scholar
From Self to Social Relationships: An Essentially Relational Perspective on Social Motivation, by van Zomeren, MartijnGoogle Scholar
The Aesthetics of Emotion: Up the Down Staircase of the Mind-Body, by Cupchik, Gerald C.Google Scholar
The Expression of Emotion: Philosophical, Psychological and Legal Perspectives, edited by Abell, Catharine and Smith, JoelGoogle Scholar
Emotional Lives: Dramas of Identity in an Age of Mass Media, by McCarthy, E. DoyleGoogle Scholar
Interpersonal Emotion Dynamics in Close Relationships, edited by Randall, Ashley K. and Schoebi, DominikGoogle Scholar
Emotion and Narrative: Perspectives in Autobiographical Storytelling, by Habermas, TilmannGoogle Scholar
Foundations of Affective Social Learning: Conceptualizing the Social Transmission of Value, edited by Dukes, Daniel and Clément, FabriceGoogle Scholar
Heart to Heart: How Your Emotions Affect Other People, by Parkinson, BrianGoogle Scholar
Beyond Virtue: The Politics of Educating Emotions, by Jackson, LizGoogle Scholar
Literature and Moral Feeling: A Cognitive Poetics of Ethics, Narrative, and Empathy, by Colm Hogan, PatrickGoogle Scholar

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