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Information processing, affect, and psychopathology: a Festschrift for Michael W. Eysenck

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The past few decades has witnessed an explosion of research into the impact of emotions (both negative and positive) on cognition, with a special emphasis on the role of individual differences and personality factors that are now strongly believed to modulate this relationship. An accumulating wealth of evidence is suggesting that any explanation for such individual differences in emotional experience requires the integration of biological (genetic, neuropsychological, endocrine), personality, and cognitive and behavioural factors. This view makes perfect sense, and it owes much of its validity to the work of several pioneering researchers who, through their contributions, have unravelled the dynamics amongst these interrelated factors with increasing precision. Without question, the pioneering work of Professor Michael Eysenck has played a leading and most inspirational role in advancing the field of cognition and emotion in a number of important ways.
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Affect, COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE, ANXIETY, MEMORY, ATTENTIONAL CONTROL-THEORY, Festschrift, Information processing, Michael W. Eysenck, Psychopathology

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Derakshan, Nazanin, and Ernst Koster. 2012. “Information Processing, Affect, and Psychopathology: a Festschrift for Michael W. Eysenck.” Journal of Cognitive Psychology 24 (1): 1–5.
APA
Derakshan, N., & Koster, E. (2012). Information processing, affect, and psychopathology: a Festschrift for Michael W. Eysenck. JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY, 24(1), 1–5.
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Derakshan N, Koster E. Information processing, affect, and psychopathology: a Festschrift for Michael W. Eysenck. JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY. 2012;24(1):1–5.
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Derakshan, Nazanin, and Ernst Koster. “Information Processing, Affect, and Psychopathology: a Festschrift for Michael W. Eysenck.” JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY 24.1 (2012): 1–5. Print.
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  author       = {Derakshan, Nazanin and Koster, Ernst},
  issn         = {2044-5911},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY},
  keyword      = {Affect,COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE,ANXIETY,MEMORY,ATTENTIONAL CONTROL-THEORY,Festschrift,Information processing,Michael W. Eysenck,Psychopathology},
  language     = {eng},
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  title        = {Information processing, affect, and psychopathology: a Festschrift for Michael W. Eysenck},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/20445911.2011.637489},
  volume       = {24},
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