Adolescent Emotions : New Directions for Youth Development, Number 136.

Take an in depth look at how emotions relate to adolescents' decision making, reasoning, and behavior in morally relevant situations. It provides a summary of current research on emotions, morality, and adaptive behaviors. Furthermore, it discusses new approaches to research on emotions, morali...

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Main Author: Malti, Tina.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2013.
Edition:1st ed.
Series:J-B MHS Single Issue Mental Health Services Ser.
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505 0 |a Intro -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Editorial Board -- Contents -- Editor's Notes -- Executive Summary -- Chapter One: Emotion and the moral lives of adolescents: Vagaries and complexities in the emotional experience of doing harm -- Chapter Two: Adolescents' emotions and reasoning in contexts of moral conflict and social exclusion -- Chapter Three: Moral judgments and emotions: Adolescents' evaluations in intergroup social exclusion contexts -- Chapter Four: Linking moral emotion attributions with behavior: Why "(un)happy victimizers" and "(un)happy moralists" act the way they feel -- Chapter Five: Behaving badly or goodly: Is it because I feel guilty, shameful, or sympathetic? Or is it a matter of what I think? -- Chapter Six: Adolescents' perceptions of institutional fairness: Relations with moral reasoning, emotions, and behavior -- Chapter Seven: Mindfulness for adolescents: A promising approach to supporting emotion regulation and preventing risky behavior -- 1: Emotion and the moral lives of adolescents: Vagaries and complexities in the emotional experience of doing harm -- The typical affective consequences of moral transgressions -- Adolescents' emotional experience in the context of their own wrongdoing -- Conclusion -- 2: Adolescents' emotions and reasoning in contexts of moral conflict and social exclusion -- Emotions and reasoning in situations involving moral conflict and social exclusion -- Contextual differences in moral emotions and moral reasoning -- Adolescents' sympathy: Relations with moral emotions and moral reasoning -- This study -- Moral emotions and moral reasoning task -- Coding of emotions and reasoning -- Results -- Conclusion -- 3: Moral judgments and emotions: Adolescents' evaluations in intergroup social exclusion contexts -- Developmental origins of moral judgments and emotions. 
505 8 |a Social exclusion: Types and consequences -- Intergroup social exclusion in adolescence: A theoretical model -- Intergroup social exclusion: Adolescents' evaluations of group nonconformists -- Conclusion -- 4: Linking moral emotion attributions with behavior: Why "(un)happy victimizers" and "(un)happy moralists" act the way they feel -- The motivational account and its limitations -- Links between moral emotion attributions, decision making, and action -- Dominant desire: Link 1 -- Outcome expectancies: Link 2 -- Emotional response to anticipated (in)consistencies of the self: Link 3 -- Moral emotion attributions and the developing moral self -- A three-layer model of moral self-development -- Conclusion -- 5: Behaving badly or goodly: Is it because I feel guilty, shameful, or sympathetic? Or is it a matter of what I think? -- Traditional approaches to moral development -- Toward an integrative understanding of morality -- Guilt, Shame, and Moral Behaviors -- Sympathy, Moral Reasoning, and Moral Behaviors -- Multidimensionality of Moral Behaviors -- Method -- Participants and procedure -- Materials -- Data analysis plan -- Results -- Mediation models -- Gender equivalence -- Discussion -- A sympathy-based model of moral behaviors? -- A guilt-based model of moral behaviors? -- Moral cognitions and emotions as the basis for moral actions -- 6: Adolescents' perceptions of institutional fairness: Relations with moral reasoning, emotions, and behavior -- Theoretical background -- Recent empirical evidence -- The study -- Study details -- Results -- Conclusion -- 7: Mindfulness for adolescents: A promising approach to supporting emotion regulation and preventing risky behavior -- Neurobiological changes of adolescence -- Effects of stress in adolescence -- The importance of emotion regulation. 
505 8 |a The contribution of mindfulness for training attention and emotion regulation -- Learning to BREATHE: A universal prevention program -- Theory of change, developmental assumptions, and empirical support -- Conclusion. 
520 |a Take an in depth look at how emotions relate to adolescents' decision making, reasoning, and behavior in morally relevant situations. It provides a summary of current research on emotions, morality, and adaptive behaviors. Furthermore, it discusses new approaches to research on emotions, morality, and socially adaptive behavior in adolescence. By doing so, the articles provide new insights into adolescents' emotional and moral development and show how emotions contribute to the way adolescents negotiate, resolve, and adapt to the moral and social conflicts that inevitably occur in their everyday lives. By integrating innovative perspectives from developmental, educational, and clinical research, this volume has much to offer for researchers, youth practitioners, and educators. This is the 136th volume of New Directions for Youth Development, the Jossey-Bass quarterly report series dedicated to bringing together everyone concerned with helping young people, including scholars, practitioners, and people from different disciplines and professions. 
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