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How does Cognition Influence Emotion? By Mark Pettinelli
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This collection of some of my articles is about cognition and emotion and their relationship.
Social Cognition, Personality, and Emotion By Mark Pettinelli
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This book is online for free at http://cnx.org/content/col11432/latest/ - it outlines the personal, emotional and cognitive factors in personality and social situations.
How do Emotion, Attention, Thought, and Arousal Work Together? By Mark Pettinelli
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This book is online for free at http://cnx.org/content/m43583/latest/ . It answers the title question - How do Emotion, Attention, Thought, and Arousal Work Together? - by showing how conscious and... More > unconscious processes act with cognitive performance, cognition and emotion.< Less
The Complete Collected Psychological Writings of Mark Pettinelli By Mark Pettinelli
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This book is online for free at http://cnx.org/content/col10403/latest/ . Contents - Social Cognition and Interpersonal Behavior; How do Emotion, Attention, Thought, and Arousal Work Together?;... More > Social Cognition, Personality, and Emotion; A Conversation About Measuring Emotion and its Conclusion: Mood Classification; Social Interaction and Well-Being; The Psychology of Emotions, Feelings and Thoughts; A Critique and Review of Jungian Psychology; Values and Beliefs; Miscellaneous Articles< Less
Interaction Values and Beliefs: An Integration into Social Psychology By Mark Pettinelli
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This book is online for free at http://cnx.org/content/col11376/latest/ . The values people hold influence their social judgement and decision making process. Beliefs pertain to knowledge, how true a... More > belief is can be verified by your knowledge, and how true your knowledge is can be verified by your beliefs (if the knowledge pertains to your beliefs). In any social encounter, people make evaluations of each others attitudes, opinions and beliefs (and, indirectly, their values). This book goes through and discusses various values and value statements and their relevance in a psychological context.< Less
How Is Emotion and Cognition Experienced, Processed, and Related? By Mark Pettinelli
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This collection of articles discusses emotion, cognition and how they interact and relate in the mind.
The Complete Collected Psychological Writings of Mark Pettinelli By Mark Pettinelli
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This book is online for free at http://cnx.org/content/col10403/latest/ . Contents - Social Cognition and Interpersonal Behavior; How do Emotion, Attention, Thought, and Arousal Work Together?;... More > Social Cognition, Personality, and Emotion; A Conversation About Measuring Emotion and its Conclusion: Mood Classification; Social Interaction and Well-Being; The Psychology of Emotions, Feelings and Thoughts; A Critique and Review of Jungian Psychology; Values and Beliefs; Miscellaneous Articles< Less
Emotions, Ideas and Logic By Mark Pettinelli
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This collection is available online at http://legacy.cnx.org/content/col12023/latest/
A Critique and Review of Jungian Psychology: The Unconscious, Archetypes and Dreams, and Psychological Types By Mark Pettinelli
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This book is online for free at http://cnx.org/content/col11380/latest/ . This book is a critique and review of the aspects of Jungian psychology mentioned in the title. What makes the archetypes... More > more significant than just being descriptive, however, is that they are models, there is a deep significance to each archetype. They represent a certain personality, they imply certain traits and characteristics of a person. Jung said that a person in whom intuition was dominant, an "intuitive type", acted not on the basis of rational judgment but on sheer intensity of perception. In the extraverted attitude, this function (intuition) is "wholly directed to external objects". That means that an extrovert aims his ability of insight outward, instead of a type of inner reflection, the extrovert probably thinks more about other people and the significant aspects of them and how these aspects relate to themselves. It is difficult to grasp the nature of how this process works, because it is unconscious.< Less
How Does Cognition Influence Emotion? By Mark Pettinelli
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This book is a collection of some of my articles on emotion and cognition. It is online for free at http://legacy.cnx.org/content/col11433/latest