Anxiety and Stress. Vol-19(2-3)

Anxiety and Stress. Volume 19. Issue 2-3. Double Special Issue. "Emotional Perception and Recognition". Gest Editors: Pablo Fernández Berrocal e Itziar Iruarrizaga Díez. December, 2013

Summary 19 (2-3), pp. 121-261

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David Matsumoto, Hyi Sung Hwang, Rafael M. López y Miguel Ángel Pérez- Nieto Reading Facial Expressions of Emotions: Basic research on emotions recognition improvement 121-129
Fernando Gordillo León, José Héctor Lozano Bleda, Rafael Manuel López Pérez, Miguel Ángel Pérez Nieto, José M. Arana Martínez y Lilia Mestas Hernández Emotion, Verbal Context and Facial Expression Perception: Tell me who you are and I will tell you how I perceive you 131-147
Antonia Pilar Pacheco-Unguetti, Juan Lupiáñez, Raúl López-Benítez y Alberto Acosta Emotional Stroop with Faces: Threatening information diverts unnecessary attention from the main task 149-160
Manuel Sánchez-García, Nicolás Sánchez-Álvarez, Natalio Extremera y Pablo Fernández-Berrocal Emotional Perception evaluated with the Spanish Mayer Salovey Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test: Analysis of the psychometric robustness in Spanish sample 161-171
Pilar Rueda, Rosario Cabello y Pablo Fernández-Berrocal Preliminary Validation of Spanish "Eyes Test- Child Version" 173-184
Edgar Bresó, Ainoa Ferrer y Gabriele Giorgi MEIT (Mobile Emotional Intelligence Test). A new methodology for assessing emotion perception using mobile devices 185-200
Enrique G. Fernández-Abascal, María Dolores Martín Díaz y Francisco Javier Domínguez-Sánchez Positive Emotional Information Avoiding Bias in Sadness 201-209
José Miguel Latorre Postigo, Beatriz Navarro Bravo, Juan Pedro Serrano Selva, Laura Ros Segura, Maria José Aguilar Córcoles, Marta Nieto López y Jorge Javier Ricarte Trives Emotion Recognition in Faces as an Indicator of Subclinical Depression in Young and Elderly People: A preliminary study 211-222
Joaquín T. Limonero, María José Gómez-Romero, Jordi Fernández- Castro y Joaquín Tomás-Sábado Influence of Perceived Emotional Intelligence and Impulsivity in Cannabis Abuse in Young 223-234
Cristina Rubio Medina y Mª Trinidad Sánchez-Núñez Self-Reported Emotional Intelligence in Only Children and First-Born Children, and Parents' Perceptual Adjustment 235-242
Juan Ramos-Cejudo y Florian Schmitz Interference and Bias Paradigms in Anxiety Research: A Theoretical Overview 243-261
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