xvii, 309 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction Current theories of panic Theories of affiliation The theory of walters and parke Protection from predators : Bowlby's theory Arousal and stimulation-seeking overview Cognitive maps and susceptibility to influence Affiliation as stimulation-seeking : a theory of attachment formation Stimulation-seeking and group dynamics Panic as stimulation-seeking Aggression The social context of panic Panic flight as affiliative behavior Review of current theories of panic Havens of safety Panic as stimulation-avoidance Two systems of arousal Towards a neurophysiological theory of emotional behavior Summary and conclusions Understanding mass panic and other collective responses to disaster : update.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -304) and index.