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  1. Beliefs, Reasoning, and Decision Making

    Psycho-Logic in Honor of Bob Abelson

    Edited by Roger C. Schank, Ellen Langer

    It is not unusual for a festschrift to include offerings from several areas of study, but it is highly unusual for those areas to cross disciplinary lines. This book, in doing just that, is a testimony to Bob Abelson's impact on the disciplines of social psychology, artificial intelligence and...

    Published April 30th 1994 by Psychology Press

  2. Social Scientists Meet the Media

    By Alan Bryman, Cheryl Haslam

    "Part chronicle, part analysis and part advice manual, Social Scientists Meets the Media combines the thoughts of academics and media people to produce a vivid and valuable series of accounts that will prove of service to all academics seeking a wider audience but wary of the terra incognita they...

    Published April 13th 1994 by Routledge

  3. Mother-headed Families and Why They Have Increased

    By Ailsa Burns, Cath Scott, Catherine Scott

    The last two decades have seen a dramatic growth in the proportion of families headed by women. Most of these families are poor and include dependent children--causing the development of a large underprivileged class across the western world. This book explores the causes and implications of this...

    Published February 28th 1994 by Routledge

  4. Theoretical Frameworks for Personal Relationships

    Edited by Ralph Erber, Robin Gilmour

    The past two decades have seen a tremendous increase in research and scholarship devoted to personal relationships. From rather scattered beginnings a recognizable and recognized field has emerged, whose strength and health is reflected in a wide array of indicators. The editors contend that while...

    Published February 28th 1994 by Psychology Press

  5. Individualizing Psychological Assessment

    A Collaborative and Therapeutic Approach

    By Constance T. Fischer

    Assessments by psychologists, educators, and other human-service professionals too often end with the client being reported in terms of scores, bell-shaped curves, traits, psychodynamic forces, or diagnostic labels. Individualizing Psychological Assessment uses these classification devices in...

    Published December 31st 1993 by Routledge

  6. Emotions

    Essays on Emotion Theory

    Edited by Stephanie H.M. van Goozen, Nanne E. Van de Poll, Joseph A. Sergeant, S.H.M. van Goozen, Joe A. Sergeant

    Based upon lectures presented at an invitational colloquium in honor of Nico Frijda, this collection of essays represents a brief and up-to-date overview of the field of emotions, their significance and how they function. For most, emotions are simply what we feel, giving our lives affective value....

    Published December 31st 1993 by Psychology Press

  7. Emotions

    Essays on Emotion Theory

    Edited by Stephanie H.M. van Goozen, Nanne E. Van de Poll, Joseph A. Sergeant, Joe A. Sergeant, S.H.M. van Goozen

    Based upon lectures presented at an invitational colloquium in honor of Nico Frijda, this collection of essays represents a brief and up-to-date overview of the field of emotions, their significance and how they function. For most, emotions are simply what we feel, giving our lives affective value....

    Published December 31st 1993 by Psychology Press

  8. Adolescent Storm and Stress

    An Evaluation of the Mead-freeman Controversy

    By James E. C“t‚, James E. Cote

    Series: Research Monographs in Adolescence Series

    In 1928, Margaret Mead published her first book, entitled Coming of Age in Samoa, in which she described to the Western world an exotic culture where people "came of age" with a minimum of "storm and stress." In 1983, Derek Freeman, an Australian anthropologist, published a book in which he...

    Published December 31st 1993 by Psychology Press

  9. The Psychology of Social Class

    By Michael Argyle

    Social class is a compelling issue and important issue. Many problems are connected to it - crime, poverty, ill health, mental disorder and political unrest, for example. Just how and why is our behaviour influenced by our social class? In his latest book leading social psychologist Michael Argyle...

    Published December 8th 1993 by Routledge

  10. Goal Attainment Scaling

    Applications, Theory, and Measurement

    Edited by Thomas J. Kiresuk, Aaron Smith, Joseph E. Cardillo

    There is an extensive literature on Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS), but the publications are widely scattered and often inaccessible, covering several foreign countries and many professional disciplines and fields of application. This book provides both a user manual and a complete reference work on...

    Published November 30th 1993 by Psychology Press