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  1. Constituting Gender Through Talk in Childhood

    Conversations in Parent-child, Peer, and Sibling Relationships:a Special Issue of research on Language and Social interaction

    Edited by Amy Sheldon

    This issue explores some of the ways in which gender, as a social construction, might be rooted in and contingent on conversational processes in childhood. The interconnections between language and gender in three key developmental sociolinguistic contexts are examined: talk between parent and...

    Published February 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  2. Cognitive Interference

    Theories, Methods, and Findings

    Edited by Irwin G. Sarason, Gregory R. Pierce, Barbara R. Sarason

    In this volume, the first synthesis of work on cognitive interference, leading researchers, theorists, and clinicians from around the world confront a number of important questions about intrusive thoughts and suggest a challenging agenda for the future....

    Published January 1st 1996 by Routledge

  3. Development and Vulnerability in Close Relationships

    Edited by Gil G. Noam, Kurt W. Fischer

    Series: Jean Piaget Symposia Series

    How do people develop in their important relationships? How do two people come together to form a new, close relationship? How do relationships affect or determine who we are and who we become? These questions should be central to the study of mind and development, but most researchers neglect...

    Published January 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  4. Autobiographical Memory

    Remembering What and Remembering When

    By Charles P. Thompson, John J. Skowronski, Steen F. Larsen, Andrew L. Betz

    Providing an unusual perspective on self and social memory different from the norm in social cognitive research, this volume describes the results of the authors' diary research now in progress for more than 15 years. It investigates the topic of autobiographical memory through longitudinal studies...

    Published January 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  5. Ruminative Thoughts

    Advances in Social Cognition, Volume IX

    Edited by Robert S. Wyer, Jr.

    Series: Advances in Social Cognition Series

    Until recently, most theory and research in social information processing has focused attention on the cognitive activity that underlies responses to stimulus information presented in the immediate situation being investigated. In contrast, people's thoughts outside the laboratory often concern...

    Published January 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  6. in Search of A Voice

    Karaoke and the Construction of Identity in Chinese America

    By Casey M.K. Lum

    Series: Everyday Communication Series

    Originating in Japan early in the 1970s as a simple sing-along technology, karaoke has become a hybrid media form designed to integrate mass-mediated popular music, video images, computer graphics, and the live musical performance of its human users. Not only has karaoke become a...

    Published January 1st 1996 by Routledge

  7. Knowledge Structures in Close Relationships

    A Social Psychological Approach

    Edited by Garth J.O. Fletcher, Julie Fitness

    Thirty-three of the top scholars in this fast moving domain present a picture of work at the cusp in social psychology -- work that deals with cognition and affect in close relationships. The present volume contains a wealth of research findings and influential theoretical accounts that spring as...

    Published November 1st 1995 by Psychology Press

  8. Emotion

    Interdisciplinary Perspectives

    Edited by Robert D. Kavanaugh, Betty Zimmerberg, Steven Fein, Betty Zimmerberg-Glick

    This volume represents a range of approaches, both theoretical and applied, to the topic of emotion by neuroscientists, developmentalists, social and personality psychologists, and clinical psychologists. Readers should appreciate the diversity of questions and methods presented, as well as note...

    Published November 1st 1995 by Psychology Press

  9. Attitude Strength

    Antecedents and Consequences

    Edited by Richard E. Petty, Jon A. Krosnick

    Social psychologists have long recognized the possibility that attitudes might differ from one another in terms of their strength, but only recently had the profound implications of this view been explored. Yet because investigators in the area were pursuing interesting but independent programs of...

    Published October 1st 1995 by Psychology Press

  10. Pathways Through Adolescence

    individual Development in Relation To Social Contexts

    Edited by Lisa J. Crockett, Ann C. Crouter

    Series: Penn State Series on Child and Adolescent Development

    Adolescent researchers are increasingly aware that they must examine development both across time and across context. To do so, however, requires new conceptualizations and methodological approaches to the study of development, including attention to the pathways young people choose in adolescence...

    Published October 1st 1995 by Psychology Press