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Most underappreciated : 50 prominent social psychologists describe their most unloved work

Author: Robert M Arkin
Publisher: Oxford [England] ; New York, N.Y. : Oxford University Press, ©2011.
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Fifty of today's most prominent social psychologists describe their scholarship, focusing on the human and personal side of the "life of the mind." Each author spotlights a "hidden gem," her or his  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert M Arkin
ISBN: 9780199778188 0199778183
OCLC Number: 711604166
Description: xx, 276 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: MOST CITED, LEAST READ? WALTER MISCHEL; APPRECIATED, BUT MISUNDERSTOOD MARILYNN B. BREWER; UNDESERVED RECOGNITION MAHZARIN R. BANAJI; IS THERE A DIVORCE IN YOUR GENES? ELLEN BERSCHEID; A LIFE CHANGING PAPER? THAT DEPENDS ON YOUR INTERPRETATION TODD F. HEATHERTON; SAGA OF MY STEALTH BOMBER CHAPTER: CAN'T MISS, BUT VANISHED WITHOUT A TRACE PHILIP G. ZIMBARDO; FROM EGOSYSTEM TO ECOSYSTEM JENNIFER CROCKER; PUBLISH AND PERISH BERNARD WEINER; A CATASTROPHE IN MY RESEARCH PORTFOLIO ABRAHAM TESSER; I WANT TO BE A SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGIST DAN P. MCADAMS; BUT WHAT ABOUT THAT GIGANTIC ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM? ALBERT BANDURA; ADVENTURES IN REJECTIONLAND JOHN DARLEY; THRILLING THOUGHTS: HOW CHANGING YOUR MIND INTENSIFIES YOUR EMOTIONS GERALD L. CLORE; A FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTUAL DISTINCTION...GONE UNNOTICED RUSSELL H. FAZIO; COMMUNAL RELATIONSHIPS CAN BE SELFISH AND GIVE RISE TO EXPLOITATION MARGARET S. CLARK; TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAM TIMOTHY D. WILSON; TIMING IS EVERYTHING...AT LEAST FOR CITATION IMPACT MILES HEWSTONE; MOTIVATIONAL WHEN MOTIVATIONAL WASN'T COOL REX A. WRIGHT; DOES IMPRESSION MANAGEMENT HAVE AN IMAGE PROBLEM? MARK R. LEARY; DYNAMIC COMPLEXITY THEORY: ECLIPSED BY A REVOLUTION DELROY L. PAULHUS; LITTERING AS AN UNOBTRUSIVE MEASURE OF POLITICAL ATTITUDES: MESSY BUT CLEAN ROBERT B. CIALDINI; IMAGINED AND GENUINE OPPOSITION TO NEW IDEAS ON SEXUALITY ROY F. BAUMEISTER; A NEW METHOD FOR THEORY TESTING IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: THE CASE OF DISSONANCE NORMAN MILLER & BARRY E. COLLINS; HARK!...A HERALD SINGS...BUT WHO'S LISTENING NORBERT L. KERR; EVERYTHING GETS BETTER WITH AGE PAULA M. NIEDENTHAL; EPISODES IN THE MIND: OR, BEWARE WHEN THE PARADIGM SHIFTS...! JOSEPH P. FORGAS; KISS MY "TASS" JONATHON D. BROWN; THE SLOW, HALTING APPRECIATION OF CLOSE RELATIONSHIPS RESEARCH JOHN H. HARVEY; IS ATTITUDE RESEARCH INCOMPATIBLE WITH THE COMPATIBILITY PRINCIPLE? ICEK AJZEN; CHANGE WE CANNOT BELIEVE IN DAVID A. KENNY; IMPUTING VALUES TO MISSING INFORMATION IN SOCIAL JUDGMENT RAMADHAR SINGH; WHATEVER HAPPENED TO SCHEMA-TRIGGERED AFFECT? SUSAN T. FISKE; PRIMING CREATIVE BEHAVIOR: PRIMING HOW THINGS WORK RATHER THAN WHAT THINGS ARE E. TORY HIGGINS; WHAT'S IN A TITLE?: HOW A DECENT IDEA MAY HAVE GONE BAD JOEL COOPER; THE BEARABLE LIGHTNESS OF IMPACT TOM GILOVICH; I CAN'T EXPLAIN JUDITH HARACKIEWICZ; MOST UNDER-APPRECIATED...BY ME! MARK SNYDER; IT TAKES MORE THAN TWO TO TANGO: THE IMPORTANCE OF IDENTIFYING AND ADDRESSING YOUR AUDIENCE JOHN F. DOVIDIO; MY RATHER UNKNOWN PIECE ABOUT "UNKNOWN UNKNOWNS" AND THEIR ROLE IN SELF-INSIGHT DAVID DUNNING; REALITY LIVES!: REDEEMING AN APPARENTLY UNFULFILLED PROPHECY MICHAEL HARRIS BOND; BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW I DID A DISSONANCE STUDY DAN BATSON; IS THAT ALL THERE IS?: REACTION TO THE THAT'S NOT ALL PROCEDURE JERRY M. BURGER; MY BRIEF CAREER IN MODELING CHARLES S. CARVER; THE DIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SUPPORT AND OUTGROUP HOMOGENEITY: SOME BAD LUCK AND A LOT OF GOOD FORTUNE GEORGE R. GOETHALS; THIRTY YEARS OF CONTRAST IN SOCIAL COMPARISON LADD WHEELER; THE CAUSAL STRUCTURE OF PERSON TYPES AND STEREOTYPES CONSTANTINE SEDIKIDES; YOUR FIRST WORD WILL BE YOUR LAST WORD IF IT IS YOUR ONLY WORD DAVID A. SCHROEDER; "RISKY BUSINESS": ON THE ADVENTURES OF SIMULTANEOUSLY MANIPULATING SEXUAL AROUSAL AND INTOXICATION MARK P. ZANNA; UNSUNG MELODIES CAROL S. DWECK; A MISCITATION CLASSIC ALICE H. EAGLY; EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE PETER SALOVEY; HIDDEN GEMS ABOUT JUSTICE RESEARCH: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PUNITIVENESS TOM R. TYLER; THE "MESSENGER EFFECT" IN PERSUASION SAUL M. KASSIN; THE IDEA, THE AUDIENCE, AND ME JAMES W. PENNEBAKER; UNFINISHED BUSINESS: ACTIVATING CHANGE JERALD JELLISON
Responsibility: edited by Robert M. Arkin.

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"Philosophers of science, especially those versed in Hull's theories, will find that many of these chapters provide supportive evidence for science as a social process." -- PsycCRITIQUES

 
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