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Handbook of individual differences in social behavior

Author: Mark R Leary; Rick H Hoyle
Publisher: New York ; London : Guilford Press, cop. 2009.
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Presents a comprehensive examination of a range of personality variables associated with interpersonal judgment, behavior, and emotion.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark R Leary; Rick H Hoyle
ISBN: 9781593856472 1593856474
OCLC Number: 781074439
Description: XV, 624 str. ; 26 cm
Contents: Introduction1. Situations, Dispositions, and the Study of Social Behavior, Mark R. Leary and Rick H. Hoyle2. Methods for the Study of Individual Differences in Social Behavior, Rick H. Hoyle and Mark R. LearyII. Interpersonal Dispositions3. Extraversion, Joshua Wilt and William Revelle4. Agreeableness, William G. Graziano and Renee M. Tobin5. Attachment Styles, Phillip R. Shaver and Mario Mikulincer6. Interpersonal Dependency, Robert F. Bornstein7. Machiavellianism, Daniel N. Jones and Delroy L. Paulhus8. Gender Identity, Wendy Wood and Alice H. EaglyIII. Emotional Dispositions9. Neuroticism, Thomas A. Widiger10. Happiness, Ed Diener, Pelin Kesebir, and William Tov11. Depression, Patrick H. Finan, Howard Tennen, and Alex J. Zautra12. Social Anxiousness, Shyness, and Embarrassability, Rowland S. Miller13. Proneness to Shame and Proneness to Guilt, June Price Tangney, Kerstin Youman, and Jeffrey Stuewig14. Hostility and Proneness to Anger, John C. Barefoot and Stephen H. Boyle15. Loneliness, John T. Cacioppo and Louise C. Hawkley16. Affect Intensity, Randy C. LarsenIV. Cognitive Dispositions17. Openness to Experience, Robert R. McCrae and Angelina R. Sutin18. Locus of Control and Attributional Style, Adrian Furnham19. Belief in a Just World, Claudia Dalbert20. Authoritarianism and Dogmatism, John Duckitt21. The Need for Cognition, Richard E. Petty, Pablo Brinol, Chris Loersch, and Michael J. McCaslin22. Optimism, Charles S. Carver and Michael F. Scheier23. The Need for Cognitive Closure, Arie W. Kruglanski and Shira Fishman24. Integrative Complexity, Peter SuedfeldV. Motivational Dispositions25. Conscientiousness, Brent W. Roberts, Joshua J. Jackson, Jennifer V. Fayard, Grant Edmonds, and Jenna Meints26. Achievement Motivation, David E. Conroy, Andrew J. Elliot, and Todd M. Thrash27. Belonging Motivation, Mark R. Leary and Kristine M. Kelly28. Affiliation Motivation, Craig A. Hill29. Power Motivation, Eugene M. Fodor30. Social Desirability, Ronald R. Holden and Jennifer Passey31. Sensation Seeking, Marvin Zuckerman32. Rejection Sensitivity, Rainer Romero-Canyas, Vanessa T. Anderson, Kavita S. Reddy, and Geraldine Downey33. Psychological Defensiveness: Repression, Blunting, and Defensive Pessimism, Julie K. NoremVI. Self-Related Dispositions34. Private and Public Self-Consciousness, Allan Fenigstein35. Independent, Relational, and Collective-Interdependent Self-Construals, Susan E. Cross, Erin E. Hardin, and Berna Gercek Swing36. Self-Esteem, Jennifer K. Bosson and William B. Swann, Jr.37. Narcissism, Frederick Rhodewalt and Benjamin Peterson38. Self-Compassion, Kristin Neff39. Self-Monitoring, Paul T. Fuglestad and Mark Snyder
Responsibility: edited by Mark R. Leary, Rick H. Hoyle.


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Knowledge about personality has the potential to have a major impact on how researchers and therapists understand people's social lives. This volume is one of the finest examples of how clinical, Read more...

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