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What is the biological function aroysal daily mood variations? What is the relationship between mood and such factors as exercise, time of day, nutrition, stress, and illness? Drawing on his own wide-ranging research concerning subjective assessments of mood and on extensive research by others, Dr.
Thayer presents a comprehensive theory of normal mood states, viewing them as subjective components of two biological arousal systems, one which people find energizing, and the other which people describe as producing tension. The author explains these two mood effects in relation to a complex relationship between energy and tension.
Relevant research is systematically reviewed, and moods are analyzed in relation to circadian rhythms, exercise, nutrition, sleep, stress, and cognition. Perceptual and motivational effects of mood are also discussed, as are measurement and research design issues.
Unique in its depth and comprehensiveness, this book will be of interest not only to researchers in psychology, biology, and medicine, but its clear style of presentation and the practical activities suggested for mood regulation will make it interesting to general readers as well.
Modern Perspectives on Mood 3. A Basic Element of Mood and Behavior 4.
The Biopsychology of Mood and Arousal
A Multidimensional Arousal Model 7. Toward an Understanding of Nonpathological Mood States: Evidence, Speculations, and Applications. His training is in psychology of personality with specialties in biopsychology and psychophysiological approaches to mood, emotion, and personality.
His research is widely cited in the scientific literature, and recently his work has received a great deal of attention in the popular literature in relation to the mood effects of walking, sugar snacking, and biological cycles. It reviews the literature exhaustively, and organizes it in terms of the writer’s own long continued work in this area. He is not afraid to look at the biological as well as the introspective aspects of moods, and gives us an integrative model of moods and mood changes which will dominate research in the coming years.
Eysenck, University of London.
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Choose your country or region Close. Ebook This title is available as an ebook. To purchase, visit your preferred ebook provider. Eysenck, University of London “Thayer brings together in his book all of the important perspectives on mood, as represented both in current research and in historically older concepts, such as arousal.
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