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  1. Fifty Years of the Research and theory of R.s. Lazarus

    An Analysis of Historical and Perennial Issues

    By Richard S. Lazarus

    A collection of the articles written by the author throughout his extensive career, this book achieves three goals. First, it reprints selected research and theory papers on stress and coping from the 1950s to the present produced by Lazarus under five rubrics: his dissertation; perennial...

    Published October 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  2. Health, Coping, and Well-being

    Perspectives From Social Comparison Theory

    Edited by Bram P. Buunk, Frederick X. Gibbons, A. Buunk

    Over the past decades, the field of health psychology has witnessed a tremendous growth, and social psychologists have contributed substantially to the theoretical foundation of this field. Their research has focused on a wide variety of health-relevant topics such as how individuals decide to...

    Published July 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  3. Intersections in Basic and Applied Memory Research

    Edited by David G. Payne, Frederick G. Conrad

    In recent years there has been increasing interaction between basic and applied memory researchers, ranging from heated debates to highly productive collaborations. This collection of papers -- based on presentations at the Third Practical Aspects of Memory conference -- reviews the progress, as...

    Published November 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  4. Memory for Everyday and Emotional Events

    Edited by Nancy L. Stein, Charles J. Brainerd, Barbara Tversky, Peter A. Ornstein

    The nature of memory for everyday events, and the contexts that can affect it, are controversial topics being investigated by researchers in cognitive, social, clinical, and developmental/lifespan psychology today. This book brings many of these researchers together in an attempt to unpack the...

    Published October 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  5. Memory for Everyday and Emotional Events

    Edited by Nancy L. Stein, Peter A. Ornstein, Barbara Tversky, Charles Brainerd

    The nature of memory for everyday events, and the contexts that can affect it, are controversial topics being investigated by researchers in cognitive, social, clinical, and developmental/lifespan psychology today. This book brings many of these researchers together in an attempt to unpack the...

    Published October 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  6. Basic and Applied Memory Research

    Volume 1: Theory in Context; Volume 2: Practical Applications

    Edited by Douglas J. Herrmann, Cathy McEvoy, Chris Hertzog, Paula Hertel, Marcia K. Johnson

    Basic researchers unlock the secrets of nature; applied researchers unlock the means by which those secrets of nature can change people's lives. Neither basic nor applied research has an independent impact. These volumes examine the convergence of basic and applied research in the field of memory....

    Published September 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  7. Basic and Applied Memory Research

    Volume 1: Theory in Context; Volume 2: Practical Applications

    Edited by Douglas J. Herrmann, Cathy McEvoy, Chris Hertzog, Paula Hertel, Marcia K. Johnson

    Basic researchers unlock the secrets of nature; applied researchers unlock the means by which those secrets of nature can change people's lives. Neither basic nor applied research has an independent impact. These volumes examine the convergence of basic and applied research in the field of memory....

    Published September 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  8. Basic and Applied Memory Research

    Volume 1: Theory in Context; Volume 2: Practical Applications

    Edited by Douglas J. Herrmann, Cathy McEvoy, Chris Hertzog, Paula Hertel, Marcia K. Johnson

    Basic researchers unlock the secrets of nature; applied researchers unlock the means by which those secrets of nature can change people's lives. Neither basic nor applied research has an independent impact. These volumes examine the convergence of basic and applied research in the field of memory....

    Published September 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  9. Basic and Applied Memory Research

    Volume 1: Theory in Context; Volume 2: Practical Applications

    Edited by Douglas J. Herrmann, Chris Hertzog, Cathy McEvoy, Paula Hertel, Marcia K. Johnson

    Basic researchers unlock the secrets of nature; applied researchers unlock the means by which those secrets of nature can change people's lives. Neither basic nor applied research has an independent impact. These volumes examine the convergence of basic and applied research in the field of memory....

    Published September 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  10. Suspense

    Conceptualizations, Theoretical Analyses, and Empirical Explorations

    Edited by Peter Vorderer, Hans Jurgen Wulff, Mike Friedrichsen

    Series: Routledge Communication Series

    This volume begins with the general assumption that suspense is a major criterion for both an audience's selection and evaluation of entertaining media offerings. This assumption is supported not only by the popularity of suspenseful narratives, but also by the reasons users give for their actual...

    Published April 1st 1996 by Routledge