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  1. The Self and Social Relationships

    Edited by Joanne V. Wood, Abraham Tesser, John G. Holmes

    Although the two major research areas of the "Self" and "Social Relationships" have flourished, they have done so largely independently of each other. More and more research, however, has indicated that relationships shape the nature of the self and identity, and that self-views influence...

    To Be Published August 14th 2014 by Psychology Press

  2. Building, Defending, and Regulating the Self

    A Psychological Perspective

    Edited by Abraham Tesser, Joanne V. Wood, Diederik A. Stapel

    This volume pulls together research on several aspects of the self. One set of chapters deals with the importance of building a self based on authenticity and "Who I really am."; a second group deals with the ways in which we defend views of the self as positive and powerful; a third group is...

    Published December 3rd 2004 by Psychology Press

  3. Striving and Feeling

    Interactions Among Goals, Affect, and Self-regulation

    Edited by Leonard L. Martin, Abraham Tesser

    Recently, research on the ways in which goals, affect, and self-regulation influence one another has enjoyed an upsurge. New findings are being published and new theories are being developed to integrate these findings. This volume reports on the latest of this work, including a substantial amount...

    Published March 31st 1996 by Psychology Press

  4. The Construction of Social Judgments

    Edited by Leonard L. Martin, Abraham Tesser

    Series: Cog Studies Grp of the Inst for Behavioral Research at UGA

    Researchers have been addressing social judgment from a cognitive perspective for more than 15 years. Within recent years, however, it has become increasingly clear that many of the models and assumptions initially adopted are in need of revision. The chapters in this volume point out where the...

    Published August 31st 1992 by Psychology Press