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  1. The Antisocial Personalities

    By David T. Lykken

    This volume presents a scholarly analysis of psychopathic and sociopathic personalities and the conditions that give rise to them. In so doing, it offers a coherent theoretical and developmental analysis of socialization and its vicissitudes, and of the role played in socialization by the...

    Published May 1st 1995 by Psychology Press

  2. Development of Person-context Relations

    Edited by Thomas A. Kindermann, Jaan Valsiner

    Traditionally, developmental psychology has its focus on individuals. Developmentalists aim to describe regularities in individuals' change and development across time, to explain the processes and mechanisms that are involved in producing change and regularity, and eventually, to design strategies...

    Published May 1st 1995 by Psychology Press

  3. Explanatory Style

    Edited by Gregory McClell Buchanan, Martin E.P. Seligman, Martin Seligman

    This is the first work to condense the large literature on explanatory style -- one's tendency to offer similar sorts of explanations for different events. This cognitive variable has been related to psychopathology, physical health, achievement and success. Compiled by experts in the fields of...

    Published March 1st 1995 by Routledge

  4. The Cognitive Bases of Interpersonal Communication

    Edited by Dean E. Hewes

    Series: Routledge Communication Series

    Our interpretations of the world we live in, and the people and institutions that comprise it, are acquired through complex interactions among what we believe to be true, what the world is, and/or what others think it is. Understanding those complex interactions is one of the most important goals...

    Published March 1st 1995 by Routledge

  5. Joint Attention

    Its Origins and Role in Development

    Edited by Chris Moore, Philip J. Dunham, Phil Dunham

    It is perhaps no exaggeration to suggest that all of what is intrinsically human experience is grounded in its shared nature. Joint attention to objects and events in the world provides the initial means whereby infants can start to share experiences with others and negotiate shared meanings. It...

    Published March 1st 1995 by Psychology Press

  6. Explanatory Style

    Edited by Gregory McClell Buchanan, Martin E.P. Seligman

    This is the first work to condense the large literature on explanatory style -- one's tendency to offer similar sorts of explanations for different events. This cognitive variable has been related to psychopathology, physical health, achievement and success. Compiled by experts in the fields of...

    Published February 1st 1995 by Routledge

  7. Personality Research, Methods, and Theory

    A Festschrift Honoring Donald W. Fiske

    Edited by Patrick E. Shrout, Susan T. Fiske

    Donald W. Fiske's professional life and collaborations are themselves a textbook in the development of the field of personality. From the field's early origins in personnel selection, rating accuracy, and psychotherapy outcomes, to its current status of theoretical and methodological maturity --...

    Published January 1st 1995 by Psychology Press

  8. Electronic Tools for Social Work Practice and Education

    By Hy Resnick

    Specific applications of electronic technology--computer games, computer simulations, and interactive videodisc programs--have distinct contributions to make in furthering human service education and practice. With user-friendly software more available, human service professionals can readily use...

    Published December 19th 1994 by CRC Press

  9. Stubborn Particulars of Social Psychology

    Essays on the Research Process

    By Frances Cherry

    Series: Critical Psychology Series

    The `Stubborn Particulars' of Social Psychology gives students an alternative approach to social psychology which acknowledges the limits of shared understandings often imposed by class, race, culture, nationality, ethnicity, language and gender. Frances Cherry shows how the generation of...

    Published December 15th 1994 by Routledge

  10. Reconstructing Lives Recapturi

    By Linda A. Camino, Ruth M . Krulfeld

    Reconstructing Lives, Recapturing Meaning presents the first systematic investigation of refugees' loss of their old identities and their efforts to construct new ones. Edited by the Chair and Vice Chair of the Committee on Refugee Issues (CORI) of the American Anthropological Association, it...

    Published November 28th 1994 by Routledge