Advances in Psychology Research. Volume 114


Alexandra M. Columbus (Editor)

Series: Advances in Psychology Research
BISAC: PSY000000

This book focuses on the latest developments in psychology research. The first chapter reviews the effects of acute aerobic exercise and high intensity interval training (HIIT) on positive and negative affect. The following chapters discuss alexithymia, psychological flexibility and social anxiety; analyses the ethical implication of discrimination, especially discrimination that may occur inadvertently, through a type of stigma; presents eating disorders in women as a multifaceted and complex social phenomenon; evaluates the potential of visible facial behavior in studies of affective disorders; studies infants’ communication and parental triad nonverbal interactions; and examines the challenges and practices, and provides research on distinguishing grief from depression in the clinical setting.
(Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1
Affective Benefits of Acute Aerobic and High Intensity Interval Training Exercise: A Review
(Justy Reed, Department of Secondary Education, Professional Studies and Recreation, Chicago State University, Chicago, IL, USA)

Chapter 2
Alexithymia, Psychological Flexibility and Social Anxiety: Results of a Stress Reduction and Induction Study
(Lauren Strainge, Dean G. Cruess, Anne-Lise Smith, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, USA)

Chapter 3
Ethics of Stigma and Discrimination: Membership and Fixed Identity
(Ron Berger, College of Law and Business, Ramat Gan, Israel)

Chapter 4
Body Image and Eating Disorders
(Ruža Pandel Mikuš, Tina Levec, Raja Dahmane, Biomedicine in Health Care Division, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Chapter 5
The Facial Action Coding System for Emotion Detection and Application in Clinical Psychology
(Cora Colnaghi, Angelo Compare, Department of Human & Social Science, University of Bergamo, Italy)

Chapter 6
Infants’ Communication and Parental Triad Nonverbal Interactions
(Uccella Sara, Sciarretta Lucia and Veneselli Edvige, Child Neuropsychiatry Unit, G Gaslini Institute, University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy)

Chapter 7
When Words are Touched with Sorrow: Beyond the Bereavement Exclusion and DSM-5 to Fresh Perspectives on Research and Practice
(Charlene A. Sexton, Hospice/Palliative and Bereavement Care Social Worker, Robley Rex VA Medical Center, University of Louisville School of Medicine, Louisville, KY, USA)


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