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Social cognition : key readings

Author: David L Hamilton
Publisher: New York : Psychology Press, 2005.
Series: Key readings in social psychology.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
This collection features articles that have shown a significant impact on the field of social cognition.

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Collected Works
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David L Hamilton
ISBN: 086377590X 9780863775901 0863775918 9780863775918
OCLC Number: 55078722
Description: xviii, 656 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Social cognition : an introductory overview / David L. Hamilton --
Perceiving the other person / Fritz Heider --
Consequences of schemata for attention, impressions, and recall in complex social interactions / J. Dennis White and Donal E. Carlston --
Stereotypes and tacit inference / David Dunning and David A. Sherman --
We talk, therefore we think? : a cultural analysis of the effect of talking on thinking / Heejung S. Kim --
On bridging the gap between social-personality psychology and neuropsychology / Stanley B. Klein and John F. Kihlstrom --
On perceptual readiness / Jerome S. Bruner --
Concepts and conceptual structure / Douglas L. Medin --
Structural properties of stereotypic knowledge and their influences on the construal of social situations / Bernd Wittenbrink, Pamela L. Gist and James L. Hilton --
The role of category accessibility in the interpretation of information about persons : some determinants and implications / Thomas K. Srull and Robert S. Wyer, Jr. --
Judgment under uncertainty : heuristics and biases / Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman --
Ease of retrieval as information : another look at the availability heuristic / Norbert Schwarz, Fritz Strack, Herbert Bless, Gisela Klumpp, Helga Rittenauer-Schatka and Annette Simons --
Egocentric biases in availability and attribution / Michael Ross and Flore Sicoly --
Telling more than we can know : verbal reports on mental processes / Richard E. Nisbett and Timothy DeCamp Wilson --
The unbearable automaticity of being / John A. Bargh and Tanya L. Chartrand --
Automatic vigilance : the attention-grabbing power of negative social information / Felicia Pratto and Oliver P. John --
The relation between perception and behavior, or how to win a game of Trivial Pursuit / Ap Dijksterhuis and Ad van Knippenberg --
The naive analysis of action / Fritz Heider --
When are social judgments made? : evidence for the spontaneousness of trait inferences / Laraine Winter and James S. Uleman --
Cognitive busyness : when person perceivers meet persons perceived / Daniel T. Gilbert, Brett W. Pelham and Douglas S. Krull --
Social roles, social control, and biases in social-perception processes / Lee D. Ross, Teresa M. Amabile and Julia L. Steinmetz --
Culture and the construal of agency : attribution to individual versus group dispositions / Tanya Menon, Michael W. Morris, Chi-yue Chiu and Ying ̃ --
Forming impressions of personality / Solomon E. Asch --
Person memory : some tests of associative storage and retrieval models / Thomas K. Srull --
The relationship between memory and judgment depends on whether the judgment task is memory-based or on-line / Reid Hastie and Bernadette Park --
Perceiving social groups : the importance of the entitativity continuum / David L. Hamilton, Steven J. Sherman and Brian Lickel --
Illusory correlation in interpersonal perception : a cognitive basis of stereotypic judgments / David L. Hamilton and Robert K. Gifford --
A hypothesis-confirming bias in labeling effects / John M. Darley and Paget H. Gross --
The police officer's dilemma : using ethnicity to disambiguate potentially threatening individuals / Joshua Correll, Bernadette Park, Charles M. Judd and Bernd Wittenbrink --
Stereotypes as energy-saving devices : a peek inside the cognitive toolbox / C. Neil Macrae, Alan B. Milne and Galen V. Bodenhausen --
They saw a game : a case study / Albert H. Hastorf and Hadley Cantril --
Motivated inference : self-serving generation and evaluation of causal theories / Ziva Kunda --
Motivated skepticism : use of differential decision criteria for preferred and nonpreferred conclusions / Peter H. Ditto and David F. Lopez --
Biased recollections in older adults : the role of implicit theories of aging / Cathy McFarland, Michael Ross and Mark Giltrow --
Memory for a past that never was / Elizabeth F. Loftus --
The mental simulation of better and worse possible worlds / Keith D. Markman, Igor Gavanski, Steven J. Sherman and Matthew N. McMullen --
When less is more : counterfactual thinking and satisfaction among olympic medalists / Victoria Husted Medvec, Scott F. Madey and Thomas Gilovich --
Social perception and interpersonal behavior : on the self-fulfilling nature of social stereotypes / Mark Snyder, Elizabeth Decker Tanke and Ellen Berscheid --
Focalism : a source of durability bias in affective forecasting / Timothy D. Wilson, Thalia Wheatley, Jonathan M. Meyers, Daniel T. Gilbert and Danny Axsom --
App. How to read a journal article in social psychology / Christian H. Jordan and Mark P. Zanna.
Series Title: Key readings in social psychology.
Responsibility: edited by David L. Hamilton.
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