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The self in social judgment

Author: Mark D Alicke; David Dunning; Joachim I Krueger
Publisher: New York : Psychology Press, 2005.
Series: Studies in self and identity series.
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"The chapters in this volume, written by leading researchers in the field, identify and elucidate four critical themes involved in the self in social judgment: the self as a referential source or basis for evaluating others, often referred to as 'social projection;' the assumed superiority of the self, or self-bias, as reflected in the pervasive tendency to view personal characteristics more favorably than those  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark D Alicke; David Dunning; Joachim I Krueger
ISBN: 1841694185 9781841694184
OCLC Number: 58054791
Description: vii, 296 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Self as source and constraint of social knowledge / Joachim I. Krueger, Mark D. Alicke, and David A. Dunning --
Social projection and the psychology of choice / Joachim I. Krueger and Melissa Acevedo --
Cross-situational projection / Leaf van Boven and George Loewenstein --
Shallow thoughts about the self / Thomas Gilovich, Nicholas Epley, and Karlene Hanko --
Better-than-average effect / Mark D. Alicke and Olesya Govorun --
Knife that cuts both ways / Thomas Mussweiler, Kai Epstude, and Katja Rüter --
Feature-based model of self-other comparisons / Sara D. Hodges --
Self-other asymmetries in behavior explanations / Bertram F. Malle --
Judging for two / Emily Balcetis and David A. Dunning --
Hierarchy within / Lowell Gaertner and Constantine Sedikides --
Ingroup as part of the self / Sabine Otten --
Self in social perception / David A. Dunning, Joachim I. Krueger, and Mark D. Alicke.
Series Title: Studies in self and identity series.
Responsibility: edited by Mark D. Alicke, David A. Dunning, Joachim I. Krueger.
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Offers a historical overview of the self in social judgment and outlines the major issues. This book identifies and elaborates four major themes regarding the self in social judgment.  Read more...

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