Social Psychology The Social Psychology of Power Ana Guinote, University College London, UK Theresa K. Vescio, The Pennsylvania State University, USA (Eds.) “This volume takes theory and research on power a huge step forward. Coverage ranges from basic mechanisms and conceptual issues to consequences of power. It spans multiple levels of analysis, looking at how power is implicated in social perception, social interaction, and intergroup relations. This book synthesizes research in the field to date and will define the study of power in social psychology for years to come.” - Miles Hewstone, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, UK “Guinote and Vescio have assembled a distinguished collection of scholars to offer a current and comprehensive analysis. The volume sheds new light on a traditionally central topic in psychology. The quality of the chapters is excellent, and collectively the volume provides new theoretical perspectives and insights. This well-structured volume will make a significant and lasting contribution.” - John F. Dovidio, Department of Psychology, Yale University, USA Addressing an issue of central concern in social life, this authoritative book examines how having or lacking power influences the way individuals and groups think, feel, and act. Leading international experts comprehensively review classic and contemporary research with an eye toward bridging gaps across theories and levels of analysis. Compelling topics include the evolutionary bases of power; its effects on physiological processes, cognitive abilities, and health; what sorts of people are given power; when, how, and whom power corrupts; and power dynamics in gender, social class, and ethnic relations. The integrative concluding chapter presents a cogent agenda for future research. The book will be of use for social and personality psychologists and will also serve as a supplemental text in courses in the psychology of prejudice, psychology of gender, and psychology of ethnic and racial minorities. Contents A. Guinote, T.K. Vescio, Introduction: Power in Social Psychology. Part 1. Concepts, Theoretical Perspectives, and Basic Mechanisms. J.R. Overbeck, Concepts and Historical Perspectives on Power. C. Boehm, J.C. Flack, The Emergence of Simple and Complex Power Structures through Social Niche Construction. J.J. Rivers, R.A. Josephs, Dominance and Health: The Role of Social Rank in Physiology and Illness. D.G. Winter, Power in the Person: Exploring the Motivational Underground of Power. A. Guinote, The Situated Focus Theory of Power. Part 2. Power in Interaction: The Negotiation of a Shared Reality. D. Keltner, D. Gruenfeld, A. Galinsky, M.W. Kraus, Paradoxes of Power: Dynamics of the Acquisition, Experience, and Social Regulation of Social Power. D.B. Bugental, Paradoxical Power Manifestations: Power Assertion by the Subjectively Powerless. A.M. Russell, S.T. Fiske, Power and Social Perception. R. Spears, R. Greenwood, S. de Lemus, J. Sweetman, Legitimacy, Social Identity, and Power. F.J. Flynn, Power as Charismatic Leadership: A Significant Opportunity (and a Modest Proposal) for Social Psychology Research. Part 3. Power in Intergroup Relations. A.C. Kay, J.C. Banfield, K. Laurin, The System Justification Motive and the Maintenance of Social Power. P.J. Henry, F. Pratto, Power and Racism. T.K. Vescio, K.A. Schlenker, J.G. Lenes, Power and Sexism. K. Deaux, N. Bikmen, Immigration and Power. H.E. Bullock, B. Lott, Social Class and Power. T.K. Vescio, A. Guinote, Power: New Understandings and Future Directions. May 2010: 6x9: 468pp Hb: 978-1-60623-619-2: £41.00 www.socialpsychologyarena.com/9781606236192
Social Psychological Foundations of Clinical Psychology James E. Maddux & June Price Tangney George Mason University, USA (Eds.) “Maddux and Tangney … bring together leading social and clinical psychologists. … The result is a cutting-edge presentation of theory, research, and practice that demonstrates the mutual benefit of integrating the most innovative work from both disciplines. Scientific advances in understanding self-regulation, attachment, emotion, judgment processes, and behavior change flow seamlessly between the laboratory and clinic. I consider this book a necessity for any clinical graduate student who aspires to the mantle of a scientist-practitioner. At the same time, social psychologists … will find much to treasure.” - Jefferson A. Singer, Department of Psychology, Connecticut College, USA “There is a rich interplay between social and clinical psychology, and this volume mines it to great depths. The volume is sufficiently comprehensive to stand alone as a timely, high-quality survey of either social or clinical psychology. But it does even more, providing a convincing synthesis of these two vibrant fields.” - Thomas Joiner, Distinguished Research Professor and Bright-Burton Professor of Psychology, Florida State University, USA Uniquely integrative and authoritative, this volume explores how advances in social psychology can deepen understanding and improve treatment of clinical problems. The role of basic psychological processes in mental health and disorder is examined by leading experts in social, clinical, and counseling psychology. Chapters present cutting-edge research on self and identity, self-regulation, interpersonal processes, social cognition, and emotion. The volume identifies specific ways that social psychology concepts, findings, and research methods can inform clinical assessment and diagnosis, as well as the development of effective treatments. Compelling topics include the social psychology of help seeking, therapeutic change, and the therapist–client relationship. Contents 1. Introduction. J.E. Maddux, Social Psychological Foundations of Clinical Psychology: History and Orienting Principles. 2. Psychological Health and Psychological Problems. Self and Identity. M.R. Leary, E.B. Tate, The Role of Self-awareness and Self-evaluation in Dysfunctional Patterns of Thought, Emotion, and Behavior. D.P. McAdams, J.M. Adler, Autobiographical Memory and the Construction of a Narrative Identity: Theory, Research, and Clinical Implications. P.W. Corrigan, J.E. Larson, S.A. Kuwabara, Social Psychology of the Stigma of Mental Illness: Public and Self-stigma Models. Self-regulation. C.E. Doerr, R.F. Baumeister, Self-regulatory Strength and Psychological Adjustment: Implications of the Limited Resource Model of Self-regulation. T.J. Strauman, M.C. McCrudden, N.P. Jones, Self-regulation and Psychopathology: Toward an Integrative Perspective. G. Oettingen, P.M. Gollwitzer, Strategies of Setting and Implementing Goals: Mental Contrasting and Implementation Intentions. C.S. Dweck, E.S. Elliott-Moskwa, Self-theories: The Roots of Defensiveness. Interpersonal Processes. H.S. Shorey, Attachment Theory as a Social Developmental Psychopathology Framework for the Practice of Psychotherapy. B. Lakey, Social Support: Basic Research and New Strategies for Intervention. P. Dijkstra, F.X. Gibbons, A.P. Buunk, Social Comparison Theory. D.M. Sloan, Selfdisclosure and Psychological Well-being. Social Cognition and Emotion. S. Lyubomirsky, R. Dickerhoof, A Construal Approach to Increasing Happiness. J. Price Tangney, P. Salovey, Emotions of the Imperiled Ego: Shame, Guilt, Jealousy, and Envy. J. Riskind, L.B. Alloy, B.M. Iacoviello, Social Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression and Anxiety. 3. Social
Psychology of Psychological Assessment and Diagnosis. H.N. Garb, The Social Psychology of Clinical Judgment. S. Eap, R. Grimes, J. Ng, G.C. Nagayama Hall, Sociocultural Issues in the Diagnosis and Assessment of Psychological Disorders. W.G. Shadel, Clinical Assessment of Personality: Perspectives from Contemporary Personality Science. L. Smith Benjamin, Interpersonal Assessment and Treatment of Personality Disorders. Social Psychology of Behavior Change and Clinical Interactions. E. Kross, W. Mischel, Y. Shoda, Enabling Self-control: A Cognitive–Affective Processing Systems Approach to Problematic Behavior. R.L. Dearing, C. Twaragowski, The Social Psychology of Help Seeking. J.E. Maddux, Social Cognitive Theories and Clinical Interventions: Basic Principles and Guidelines. J.O. Prochaska, J.M. Prochaska, Self-directed Change: A Transtheoretical Model. P.B. Perrin, M. Heesacker, C. Pendley, M.B. Smith, Social Influence Processes and Persuasion in Psychotherapy and Counseling. J. Weinberger, C. Siefert, G. Haggerty, Implicit Processes in Social and Clinical Psychology. R. Miranda, S.M. Andersen, The Social Psychology of Transference. D.R. Forsyth, Group Processes and Group Psychotherapy: Social Psychological Foundations of Change in Therapeutic Groups. 5. Current Status and Future Directions. J. Price Tangney, Social Psychological Foundations of Clinical Psychology: Initial Trends, Current Status and Future Directions. July 2010: 7x10: 558pp Hb: 978-1-60623-679-6: £47.00 www.socialpsychologyarena.com/9781606236796
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Handbook of Implicit Social Cognition Measurement, Theory, and Applications
Bertram Gawronski, University of Western Ontario, Canada B. Keith Payne, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA (Eds.)
The Mind in Context Batja Mesquita, University of Leuven, Belgium; Lisa Feldman Barrett, Boston College, USA; Eliot R. Smith, Indiana University Bloomington, USA (Eds.) “Can you see a figure without a background? Can you understand a person without the situation? Can you appreciate a mind without seeing its world? This book says ‘no’ in answer to these questions, and suggests instead that the study of psychology must adopt a new maneuver – a thoroughgoing vision of mind as a contextualized and contextualizing engine. The distinguished contributors to this volume offer a new vision of mind by daring to explore it in context.” - Daniel M. Wegner, Department of Psychology, Harvard University, USA “The mind is on the loose, no longer stuffed inside the skull! Read all about it in this compelling volume from leaders in the fields of social, cultural, cognitive, and personality psychology and neuropsychology. Heralding a major paradigm shift, The Mind in Context is a highly readable explanation of how the mind extends into the world and why context is an active ingredient of mind. Thoughts, emotions, attitudes, selves, identities, personalities are not internal entities that control behavior; instead they emerge in mutual and reciprocal relations between individuals and their environments. An excellent contribution for students of psychology.” - Hazel Rose Markus, DavisBrack Professor in the Behavioral Sciences, Department of Psychology, Stanford University, USA Most psychology research still assumes that mental processes are internal to the person, waiting to be expressed or activated. This compelling book illustrates that a new paradigm is forming in which contextual factors are considered central to the workings of the mind. Leading experts explore how psychological processes emerge from the transactions of individuals with their physical, social, and cultural environments. The volume showcases cutting-edge research on the contextual nature of such phenomena as gene expression, brain networks, the regulation of hormones, perception, cognition, personality, knowing, learning, and emotion. This book will be of great interest to those working in the fields of social and personality psychology, cognitive psychology and neuroscience, and graduate students in these fields. Contents L.F. Barrett, B. Mesquita, E.R. Smith, The Context Principle. Part 1. Genes and the Brain. L.V. Harper, Epigenetic Inheritance. O. Sporns, Brain Networks and Embodiment. S.M. van Anders, Social Modulation of Hormones. Part 2. Cognition and Affect. B. Mesquita, Emoting: A Contextualized Process. N. Schwarz, Meaning in Context: Meta-
cognitive Experiences. E.R. Smith, E.C. Collins, Situated Cognition. Part 3. The Person. W. Mischel, Y. Shoda, The Situated Person. S. Kitayama, T. Imada, Implicit Independence and Interdependence: A Cultural Task Analysis. Y. Dunham, M. Banaji, Platonic Blindness and the Challenge of Understanding Context. S. Sinclair, J. Lun, Social Tuning of Ethnic Attitudes. Part 4. Behavior. M.E. Bouton, The Multiple Forms of “Context” in Associative Learning Theory. D.A. Prentice, T.E. Trail, Threat, Marginality, and Reactions to Norm Violations. G. Adams, P.S. Salter, K.M. Pickett, T. Kurtis, N.L. Phillips, Behavior as Mind in Context: A Cultural Psychology Analysis of “Paranoid” Suspicion in West African Worlds. M.J. Richardson, K.L. Marsh, R.C. Schmidt, Challenging the Egocentric View of Coordinated Perceiving, Acting, and Knowing. L.W. Barsalou, C.D. Wilson, W. Hasenkamp, Conclusion: On the Vices of Nominalization and the Virtues of Contexting.
“Research into implicit social cognition keeps growing at a rapid rate. This authoritative handbook takes stock of where we are and offers perspectives on where we might go. A stellar group of contributors identify the conceptual foundations of implicit social cognition, provide practical advice on the use of implicit measures, and review what has been learned from them in a broad range of areas, from attitude and personality research to health psychology, politics, and consumer behavior. This handbook will be invaluable resource for years to come and required reading in many graduate courses.” Norbert Schwarz, Charles Horton Cooley Collegiate Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan, USA “This handbook comes at exactly the right time and from the right editors and contributors. Recently, the field has been flooded with all kinds of approaches to and perspectives on implicit social cognition. In this book, leading experts define what implicit social cognition is (and is not) and how one can try to measure it. The volume provides both a theoretical treatment of this fascinating topic and a practical guide to sidestepping the pitfalls of available measurement techniques. It belongs on the shelves of any social psychologist who values sound and solid science.” - Diederik A. Stapel, Director, Tilburg Institute for Behavioral Economics Research, Tilburg University, The Netherlands Virtually every question in social psychology is currently being shaped by the concepts and methods of implicit social cognition. This tightly-edited volume provides the first comprehensive overview of the field. Foremost authorities synthesize the latest findings on how automatic, implicit, and unconscious cognitive processes influence social judgments and behavior. Cutting-edge theories and data are presented in such crucial areas as attitudes, prejudice and stereotyping, self-esteem, self-concepts, close relationships, and morality. Describing state-ofthe-art measurement procedures and research designs, the book discusses promising applications in clinical, forensic, and other real-world contexts. Each chapter both sums up what is known and identifies key directions for future research. Contents Payne, Gawronski, A History of Implicit Social Cognition: Where is It Coming From? Where is It Now? Where is It Going? Part 1. Basics. Moors, Spruyt, De Houwer, In Search of a Measure That Qualifies as Implicit: Recommendations Based on a Decompositional View of Automaticity. Carlston, Models of Implicit and Explicit Mental Representation. Deutsch, Strack, Building Blocks of Social Behavior: Reflective and Impulsive Processes. Ito, Implicit Social Cognition: Insights from Social Neuroscience. Part 2. Methods and Procedures. Wentura, Degner, A Practical Guide to Sequential Priming and Related Tasks. Teige-Mocigemba, Klauer, Sherman, A Practical Guide to Implicit
Association Tests and Related Tasks. Sekaquaptewa, Vargas, von Hippel, A Practical Guide to Paper-and-pencil Implicit Measures of Attitudes. Sherman, Klauer, Allen, Mathematical Modeling of Implicit Social Cognition: The Machine in the Ghost. De Houwer, Moors, Implicit Measures: Similarities and Differences. Part 3. Cross-cutting Perspectives. Hofmann, Wilson, Consciousness, Introspection, and the Adaptive Unconscious. Gawronski, Sritharan, Formation, Change, and Contextualization of Mental Associations: Determinants and Principles of Variations in Implicit Measures. Olson, Dunham, The Development of Implicit Social Cognition. Perugini, Richetin, Zogmaister, Prediction of Behavior. Bodenhausen, Todd, Automatic Aspects of Judgment and Decision Making. Rydell, McConnell, Consistency and Inconsistency in Implicit Social Cognition: The Case of Implicit and Explicit Measures of Attitudes. Ferguson, Porter, What is Implicit about Goal Pursuit? Part 4. Domain-specific Perspectives. Petty, Briñol, Attitude Structure and Change: Implications for Implicit Measures. Amodio, Mendoza, Implicit Intergroup Bias: Cognitive, Affective, and Motivational Underpinnings. Trawalter, Shapiro, Racial Bias and Stereotyping: Interpersonal Processes. Zeigler-Hill, Jordan, Two Faces of Self-esteem: Implicit and Explicit Forms of Self-esteem. Schnabel, Asendorpf, The Self-concept: New Insights from Implicit Measurement Procedures. Baldwin, Lydon, McClure, Etchison, Measuring Implicit Processes in Close Relationships. Payne, Cameron, Divided Minds, Divided Morals: How Implicit Social Cognition Underpins and Undermines our Sense of Social Justice. Part 5. Applied Perspectives. Wiers, Houben, Roefs, de Jong, Hofmann, Stacy, Implicit Cognition in Health Psychology: Why Common Sense Goes Out the Window. Teachman, Cody, Clerkin, Clinical Applications of Implicit Social Cognition Theories and Methods. Snowden, Gray, Implicit Social Cognition in Forensic Settings. Perkins, Forehand, Implicit Social Cognition and Indirect Measures in Consumer Behavior. Nosek, Graham, Hawkins, Implicit Political Cognition. July 2010: 7x10: 626pp Hb: 978-1-60623-673-4: £57.00 www.socialpsychologyarena.com/9781606236734
Handbook of Adult Resilience John W. Reich, Alex J. Zautra, John Stuart Hall, Arizona State University, USA (Eds.) “Framed brilliantly, this book is the mother lode of scientific knowledge on a profoundly important topic. The editors recognize that understanding why some individuals prevail in the face of adversity – and even flourish – must encompass numerous influences, from personal qualities to social networks and communities. Importantly, the final section presents resiliencepromoting interventions designed to build the strengths required to surmount major life difficulties. It will be the definitive source on adult resilience for years to come.” - Carol D. Ryff, Director, Institute on Aging, and Professor of Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
• How resilience intersects with health and well-being across the adult life cycle • Cross-cultural issues in conceptualization and measurement • Ways to enhance adult resilience, including reviews of exemplary programs. Contents Part 1. Resilience at Many Levels of Analysis. A.J. Zautra, J.S. Hall, K.E. Murray, Resilience: A New Definition of Health for People and Communities. Part 2. Basic Dimensions of Resilience. A. Biological Dimensions of Resilience. A. Feder, E.J. Nestler, M. Westphal, D.S. Charney, Psychobiological Mechanisms of Resilience to Stress. K. Lemery-Chalfant, Genes and Environments: How They Work Together to Promote Resilience. B. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Models of Resilience. A.D. Ong, C.S. Bergeman, S. Chow, Positive Emotions as a Basic Building Block of Resilience in Adulthood. J.D. Mayer, M.A. Faber, Personal Intelligence and Resilience: Recovery in the Shadow of Broken Connections. A.E. Skodol, The Resilient Personality. K. Boerner, D. Jopp, Resilience in Response to Loss. P. Karoly, Psychopathology as Dysfunctional Self-regulation: When Resilience Resources are Compromised. E. Rafaeli, A. Hiller, Self-complexity: A Source of Resilience. K.I. Pargament, J. Cummings, Anchored by Faith: Religion as a Resilience Factor. C. Resilience across the Lifespan. A.S. Masten, M. O’Dougherty Wright, Resilience over the Lifespan: Developmental Perspectives on Resistance, Recovery, and Transformation. L.J. Luecken, J.L. Gress, Early Adversity and Resilience in Emerging Adulthood. A.D. Mancini, G.A. Bonanno, Resilience to Potential Trauma: Toward a Lifespan Approach. D. Social Dimensions of Resilience. M.A. Zimmerman, A.B. Brenner, Resilience in Adolescence: Overcoming Neighborhood Disadvantage. V.S. Helgeson, L. Lopez, Social Support and Growth Following Adversity. E. Organizational and Public Policy Dimensions of Resilience. J. Denhardt, R. Denhardt, Building Organizational Resilience and Adaptive Management. J.S. Hall, A.J. Zautra, Indicators of Community. Resilience: What are They, Why Bother? Part 3. Ethnic and Cultural Dimensions of Resilience. F.G. Castro, K.E. Murray, Cultural Adaptation and Resilience: Controversies, Issues, and Emerging Models. M. Ungar,Cultural Dimensions of Resilience among Adults. Part 4. Interventions for Enhancing Resilience. M. Kent, M.C. Davis, Resilience Interventions: The Emergence of Capacitybuilding Programs and Models. S. Lyubomirsky, M.D. Della Porta, Boosting Happiness, Buttressing Resilience: Results from Cognitive and Behavioral Interventions. J.T. Moskowitz, Positive Affect at the Onset of Chronic Illness: Planting the Seeds of Resilience. J.P. Kretzmann, Assetbased Strategies for Building Resilient Communities. R.A. Hughes, Health in a New Key: Fostering Resilience through Philanthropy. February 2010: 7x10: 558pp Hb: 978-1-60623-488-4: £51.00 www.socialpsychologyarena.com/9781606234884
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Attachment in Adulthood Structure, Dynamics, and Change
“Resilience is a psychological concept that has excited many investigators and practitioners, but it has been difficult to define clearly or measure reliably. This handbook gathers together the clearest thinkers in the field to tackle this idea from biological, emotional, cognitive, developmental, social, and even policy perspectives. There is no other book available with this kind of reach, and it should be on the shelf of anyone contemplating research on resilience or for whom the idea of resilience helps to organize clinical and community-based interventions. This volume includes a fabulous group of contributors writing at the cutting edge of the field.” - Peter Salovey, Chris Argyris Professor of Psychology, Yale University, USA
Mario Mikulincer, New School of Psychology, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), Herzliya, Israel Phillip R. Shaver, University of California, USA
The first book to move beyond childhood and adolescence to explore processes of resilience across the lifespan, this cutting-edge volume synthesizes the best current research in the field. Contributors offer a comprehensive examination of resilience at multiple levels of analysis, from genetic and physiological factors through individual, family, and community processes.
“The students in my Close Relationships seminar find this book extremely stimulating. They are astonished by the way attachment theory can provide a unifying, empirically supported perspective to account for widely disparate psychological phenomena.” - Kelly Brennan-Jones, Department of Psychology, State University of New York at Brockport, USA
Compelling topics include: • Whether resilience is best understood as a trait, a dynamic developmental process, an outcome, or all of the above
“Superb. … It could be said without fear of exaggerating that this volume is the end-all as well as the very beginning on the topic of attachment. I doubt seriously whether any researcher, scholar, student, or professional helper will be able to study, evaluate, or apply attachment without referring to Attachment in Adulthood.” - PsycCRITIQUES
This authoritative work provides a systematic, comprehensive overview of theory and research on adult attachment. The authors – who have
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been at the forefront of this rapidly growing field since the concepts of “adult attachment” and “attachment style” were first developed – trace how Bowlby and Ainsworth’s original constructs have evolved through the study of adolescents and adults. They review extant measures and analyze how attachment theory has been used to advance scientific understanding of emotions, social cognition, close relationships, psychopathology, and psychotherapy. Contents Part 1. The Attachment Behavioral System: Normative Processes and Individual Differences. 1. The Attachment Behavioral System: Basic Concepts and Principles. 2. A Model of Attachment-system Functioning and Dynamics in Adulthood. 3. Normative Attachment Processes. 4. Measurement of Attachment-related Constructs in Adulthood. 5. Individual Differences in Attachment-system Functioning: Development, Stability, and Change. Part 2. Intrapersonal Aspects of Attachmentsystem Functioning. 6. Attachment-related Mental Representations of Self and Others. 7. Attachment Processes and Emotion Regulation. 8. Attachment Orientations, Behavioral Self-regulation, and Personal Growth. Part 3. Interpersonal Manifestations of Attachment-system Functioning. 9. An Attachment Perspective on Interpersonal Regulation. 10. Attachment Processes and Couple Functioning. 11. Relations between the Attachment and Caregiving Systems. 12. Attachment and Sex. Part 4. Clinical and Organizational Applications of Attachment Theory. 13. Attachment Bases of Psychopathology. 14. Implications of Attachment Theory and Research for Counseling and Psychotherapy. 15. Applications of Attachment Theory and Research in Group and Organizational Settings. Part 5. Epilogue. 16. Reflections on Attachment Security. Appendices: A. Adult Attachment Questionnaire (AAQ). B. Adult Attachment Scale (AAS). C. Attachment Style Questionnaire (ASQ). D. Relationship Style Questionnaire (RSQ). E. Experience in Close Relationships Scale (ECR). F. The ECR-R Items. G. Caregiving Questionnaire. March 2010: 7x10: 578pp Pb: 978-1-60623-610-9: £27.00 2007 Hb: 978-1-59385-457-7: £43.50 www.socialpsychologyarena.com/9781606236109
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Handbook of Cultural Psychology Shinobu Kitayama, University of Michigan, USA Dov Cohen, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA (Eds.) “In the Handbook of Cultural Psychology, we witness the continuing emergence of the field of cultural psychology as a substantial force affecting the wider discipline of psychology.” PsycCRITIQUES “This handbook is extraordinary. It captures the most important and fascinating topics in cultural psychology from the standpoint of different disciplines, at different levels of analysis, and as told by many of the most influential social scientists of our time.” - Carol S. Dweck, Lewis and Virginia Eaton Professor of Psychology, Stanford University, USA Bringing together leading authorities, this definitive handbook provides a comprehensive review of the field of cultural psychology. Major theoretical perspectives are explained, and methodological issues and challenges are discussed. The volume examines how topics fundamental to psychology – identity and social relations, the self, cognition, emotion and motivation, and development – are influenced by cultural meanings and practices. It also presents cutting-edge work on the psychological and evolutionary underpinnings of cultural stability and change. Contents Part 1. The Discipline and Its History. H.R. Markus, M.Y.G. Hamedani, Sociocultural Psychology: The Dynamic Interdependence among Self Systems and Social Systems. R.A. LeVine, Anthropological Foundations of Cultural Psychology. H.C. Triandis, Culture and Psychology: A History of the Study of Their Relationship. M.J. Konner, Evolutionary Foundations of Cultural Psychology. Part 2. Theory and Methods. M. Cole, G. Hatano, Cultural-historical Activity Theory: Integrating Phylogeny, Cultural
History, and Ontogenesis in Cultural Psychology. S. Kitayama, S. Duffy, Y. Uchida, Self as Cultural Mode of Being. R. Mendoza-Denton, W. Mischel, Integrating System Approaches to Culture and Personality: The Cultural Cognitive-affective Processing System. D. Cohen, Methods in Cultural Psychology. J.Y. Chiao, N. Ambady, Cultural Neuroscience: Parsing Universality and Diversity across Levels of Analysis. D. Oyserman, S. WingSing Lee, Priming “Culture”: Culture as Situated Cognition. Part 3. Identity and Social Relations. A.P. Fiske, S.T. Fiske, Social Relationships in Our Species and Cultures. M.B. Brewer, M. Yuki, Culture and Social Identity. Y. Hong, C. Wan, S. No, C. Chiu, Multicultural Identities. J. Sanchez-Burks, F. Lee, Cultural Psychology of Workways. C. Schooler, Culture and Social Structure: The Relevance of Social Structure to Cultural Psychology. Part 4. Acquisition and Change of Culture. P. Rozin, Food and Eating. S. Atran, Religion’s Social and Cognitive Landscape: An Evolutionary Perspective. L. Newson, P.J. Richerson, R. Boyd, Cultural Evolution and the Shaping of Cultural Diversity. J.G. Miller, Cultural Psychology of Moral Development. G.A. Morelli, F. Rothbaum, Situating the Child in Context: Attachment Relationships and Self-regulation in Different Cultures. S. Li, Biocultural Co-construction of Developmental Plasticity across the Lifespan. Part 5. Cognition. R.J. Sternberg, Intelligence and Culture. A. Norenzayan, I. Choi, K. Peng, Perception and Cognition. P.J. Miller, H. Fung, M. Koven, Narrative Reverberations: How Participation in Narrative Practices Co-creates Persons and Cultures. D.L. Medin, S.J. Unsworth, L. Hirschfeld, Culture, Categorization, and Reasoning. Q. Wang, M. Ross, Culture and Memory. C. Chiu, A. K-y. Leung, L. Kwan, Language, Cognition, and Culture: Beyond the Whorfian Hypothesis. Part 6. Emotion and Motivation. W. Tov, E. Diener, Culture and Subjective Well-being. S.J. Heine, Culture and Motivation: What Motivates People to Act in the Ways That They Do? B. Mesquita, J. Leu, The Cultural Psychology of Emotion. E. Hatfield, R.L. Rapson, L.D. Martel, Passionate Love and Sexual Desire. R.W. Levenson, J. Soto, N. Pole, Emotion, Biology, and Culture. A.J. Marsella, A.M. Yamada, Culture and Psychopathology: Foundations, Issues, and Directions. Part 7. Commentaries from Two Perspectives. R.A. Shweder, An Anthropological Perspective: The Revival of Cultural Psychology – Some Premonitions and Reflections. R.E. Nisbett, A Psychological Perspective: Cultural Psychology – Past, Present, and Future. Part 8. Epilogue. D. Cohen, S. Kitayama, Cultural Psychology: This Stanza and the Next. March 2010: 7x10: 894pp Pb: 978-1-60623-611-6: £30.50 2007 Hb: 978-1-59385-444-7: £64.00 www.socialpsychologyarena.com/9781606236116
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Handbook of Research Methods in Personality Psychology Richard W. Robins, University of California, Davis, USA; R. Chris Fraley, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, Robert F. Krueger, University of Minnesota, USA (Eds.) “Provides very thoughtful explorations and descriptions of three sets of topics that by and large represent a coherent system of research in personality psychology: design, measurement, and analysis. ... What I like about the book is that each chapter is concise and right to the point; since many different areas of design and measurement are covered, it provides an excellent reference for researchers.” PsycCRITIQUES “The fact that no model for a comprehensive personality research methods resource existed before this handbook makes the accomplishment even more impressive still. ... The editors and authors are to be applauded for providing a significant contribution to psychological science. The volume will find a place on the shelves and desks of many personality researchers for years to come.” - Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology Bringing together leading investigators, this comprehensive handbook is a one-stop reference for anyone planning or conducting research on personality. It provides up-to-date analyses of the rich array of methodological tools available today, giving particular attention to real-
world theoretical and logistical challenges and how to overcome them. In chapters filled with detailed, practical examples, readers are shown step by step how to formulate a suitable research design, select and use high-quality measures, and manage the complexities of data analysis and interpretation. Coverage ranges from classic methods like self-report inventories and observational procedures to such recent innovations as neuroimaging and genetic analyses. Contents Part 1. Designing a Personality Study. D.P. McAdams, J.L. Pals, The Role of Theory in Personality Assessment. M.B. Donnellan, R.D. Conger, Designing and Implementing Longitudinal Studies. W. Revelle, Experimental Approaches to the Study of Personality. R.F. Krueger, J.L. Tackett, Behavior Genetic Designs. T.S. Conner, L. Feldman Barrett, M.M. Tugade, H. Tennen, Idiographic Personality: The Theory and Practice of Experience Sampling. A.C. Elms, Psychobiography and Case Study Methods. P. Cramer, Mining Archival Data. R.C. Fraley, Using the Internet for Personality Research: What Can Be Done, How to Do It, and Some Concerns. R.C. Fraley, M. J. Marks, The Null Hypothesis Significance-testing Debate and Its Implications for Personality Research. V. Benet-Martínez, Cross-cultural Personality Research: Conceptual and Methodological Issues. S. Vazire, S.D. Gosling, A.S. Dickey, S.J. Schapiro, Measuring Personality in Nonhuman Animals. Part 2. Methods for Assessing Personality at Different Levels of Analysis. K.H. Craik, Taxonomies, Trends, and Integrations. D.L. Paulhus, S. Vazire, The Self-report Method. L.J. Simms, D. Watson, The Construct Validation Approach to Personality Scale Construction. R.R. McCrae, A. Weiss, Observer Ratings of Personality. R.M. Furr, D.C. Funder, Behavior Observation. B.A. Woike, Content Coding of Open-ended Responses. A.V. Song, D.K. Simonton, Personality Assessment at a Distance. O.C. Schultheiss, J.S. Pang, Measuring Implicit Motives. M.D. Robinson, Lives Lived in Milliseconds: Using Cognitive Methods in Personality Research. J.S. Beer, M.V. Lombardo, Patient and Neuroimaging Methodologies. L.M. Diamond, K. Otter-Henderson, Physiological Measures. R.P. Ebstein, R. Bachner-Melman, S. Israel, L. Nemanov, I. Gritsenko, The Human Genome Project and Personality: What We Can Learn about Our Inner and Outer Selves through Our Genes. Part 3. Analyzing and Interpreting Personality Data. J. Morizot, A.T. Ainsworth, S.P. Reise, Toward Modern Psychometrics: Application of Item Response Theory Models in Personality Research. K. Lee, M.C. Ashton, Factor Analysis in Personality Research. R.H. Hoyle, Applications of Structural Equation Modeling in Personality Research. O.P. John, C.J. Soto, The Importance of Being Valid: Reliability and the Process of Construct Validation. D.J. Ozer, Evaluating Effect Size in Personality Research. J.B. Nezlek, Multilevel Modeling in Personality Research. W. Fleeson, Studying Personality Processes: Explaining Change in Between-persons Longitudinal and Within-person Multilevel Models. D.K. Mroczek, The Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Personality Research. J.W. Grice, Person-centered Structural Analyses. S.G. West, L.S. Aiken, W. Wu, A.B. Taylor, Multiple Regression: Applications of the Basics and Beyond in Personality Research. W.F. Chaplin, Moderator and Mediator Models in Personality Research: A Basic Introduction. Y. Shoda, Computational Modeling of Personality as a Dynamical System. B.W. Roberts, N.R. Kuncel, W. Viechtbauer, T. Bogg, Meta-analysis in Personality Psychology: A Primer. R.W. Robins, J.L. Tracy, J.W. Sherman, What Kinds of Methods Do Personality Psychologists Use? A Survey of Journal Editors and Editorial Board Members. March 2010: 7x10: 719pp Pb: 978-1-60623-612-3: £30.50 2007 Hb: 978-1-59385-111-8: £57.50 www.socialpsychologyarena.com/9781606236123
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