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Title Behavioral inhibition : integrating theory, research, and clinical perspectives / Koraly Perez-Edgar, Nathan A. Fox, editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2018]

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Subject Inhibition.
Alt Name Perez-Edgar, Koraly,
Fox, Nathan A.,
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Contents Intro; Dedication; Acknowledgments; Contents; Contributors; About the Editors; The History and Theory of Behavioral Inhibition; The History and Theory of Behavioral Inhibition; The Beginning; The Invention of Behavioral Inhibition; High and Low Reactive Infants; Current Understanding; The Need for Patterns of Measures; Susceptibility to Shame or Guilt; Circumstances Select Symptoms; Summary; References; Behavioral Inhibition in Nonhuman Primates: The Elephant in the Room; Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Studying Behavioral Inhibition in Nonhuman Primates.
Behavioral Inhibition in the Nonhuman Primate LiteratureInduced Studies; Naturally Occurring Studies; Discussion and Conclusions; "Behavioral inhibition" is an imprecise term; Behavior Is Equifinal; More Attention Needs to Be Paid to Measurement Issues; References; Behavioral Inhibition in Rodents: A Model to Study Causes and Health Consequences of Temperament; Behavioral Inhibition as a Basic Trait; Developing a Rodent Model of Behavioral Inhibition; Physiological Processes Underlying Rodent Behavioral Inhibition; Life Span; Glucocorticoid Production and Associated Physiology.
Cardiovascular FunctionImmune Function; Central Neurobiology; Developmental Processes Underlying Rodent Behavioral Inhibition; Future Directions and Limitations; Experimental/Longitudinal Studies; Sex Differences; Conclusions; References; The Neural Mechanisms of Behavioral Inhibition; The Neural Mechanisms of Behavioral Inhibition; Neural Networks Implicated in Social Competence; Ingredients for Successful Social Interactions; The Invitation; The Decision; Old Face, New Face; Friend or Foe?; I Know What You're Thinking; You Never Get a Second Chance to Make a First Impression.
Will They Like Me?You Can't Always Get What You Want; Only the Tip of the Social Iceberg; Future Directions; Operationalization of Behavioral Inhibition; Conceptual Issues of Behavioral Inhibition; Conclusion; References; Psychobiological Processes in the Development of Behavioral Inhibition; Psychobiological Processes in the Development of Behavioral Inhibition; Behavioral Inhibition and Increased Reactivity; Electrodermal Activity; Cortisol; Neural Correlates: EEG Asymmetry; Behavioral Inhibition and Self-Regulation; Parasympathetic Vagal Tone Via Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia (RSA).
Delta-Beta CouplingEvent-Related Potentials (ERPs); Concluding Thoughts; References; The Neurobiology of Behavioral Inhibition as a Developmental Mechanism; Introduction; Biological Mechanisms Underlying Behavioral Inhibition; Structural and Functional Brain Differences; Bottom-Up Mechanisms; Heightened Initial Response to Novelty; Failure to Habituate; The Role of Bottom-Up Mechanisms in Development; Top-Down Mechanisms; Maladaptive Anticipatory Processing; Lack of Cognitive Control; The Role of Top-Down Mechanisms in Development; Nurture as a Modifier of Nature; Conclusions; References.
Summary This book examines three decades of research on behavioral inhibition (BI), addressing its underlying biological, psychological, and social markers of development and functioning. It offers a theory-to-practice overview of behavioral inhibition and explores its cognitive component as well as its relationship to shyness, anxiety, and social withdrawal. The volume traces the emergence of BI during infancy through its occurrences across childhood. In addition, the book details the biological basis of BI and explores ways in which it is amenable to environmental modeling. Its chapters explore the neural systems underlying developmental milestones, address lingering questions (e.g., limitations of studying BI in laboratory settings and debatable benefits of self-regulatory processes), and provide recommendations for future research. Key areas of coverage include: Animal models of behavioral inhibition. Social functioning and peer relationships in BI. Attention mechanisms in behavioral inhibition. BI and associative learning of fear. Behavioral inhibition and prevention of internalizing distress in early childhood. The relations between BI, cognitive control, and anxiety. Behavioral Inhibition is a must-have resource for researchers, clinicians, scientist-practitioners, and graduate students across such fields as developmental psychology, psychiatry, social work, cognitive and affective developmental neuroscience, child and school psychology, educational psychology, and pediatrics.
ISBN 9783319980775 (electronic bk.)
3319980777 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-98077-5
OCLC # 1054129009
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783319980768
Printed edition: 9783319980782

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