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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Yuichi Shoda; Daniel Cervone; Geraldine Downey
|Contents:||Part 1. Introduction. D. Cervone, Y. Shoda, G. Downey, Construing Persons in Context: On Building a Science of the Individual. Part 2. Conceptualizing the Person. G.H. Bower , The Trait versus Situation Debate: A Minimalist View. J. Kagan, The Power of Context. R.E. Nisbett, Eastern and Western Ways of Perceiving the World. R.A. Shweder , From Persons and Situations to Preferences and Constraints. Part 3. Self-Regulation: From Willpower to a System. O. Ayduk, Delay of Gratification in Children: Contributions to Social-Personality Psychology. E.T. Higgins, In Search of Generative Mechanisms: The Case of Value from Engagement Strength. A.M. Isen, Positive Affect, Cognitive Flexibility, and Self-Control. E.E. Smith, Expectancy and the Perception of Aversive Events. Part 4. Incorporating Situations into a Science of the Individual. S.M. Andersen, J.S. Thorpe, C.S. Kooij, Character in Context: The Relational Self and Transference. N. Bolger, R. Romero-Canyas, Integrating Personality Traits and Processes: Framework, Method, Analysis, Results. R. Mendoza-Denton, S.H. Park, A. O'Connor, Toward a Science of the Social Perceiver. P.S. Mischel, Toward a Science of the Individual: A Molecular View of Personalized Medicine. R.J. Sternberg, Intelligence as a Person-Situation Interaction. Part 5. Paradigm Change in Psychological Models of Human Nature (1950-2000-2050?). W. Mischel, Toward a Science of the Individual: Past, Present, Future? W. Mischel, Toward a Cognitive Social Learning Reconceptualization of Personality. Y. Shoda, From Homunculus to a System: Toward a Science of the Person.|
'This volume represents the recent progress that psychological science has made in unraveling the mysteries of personality. Going beyond static, context-free generalizations about personality, the