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  1. Savoring

    A New Model of Positive Experience

    By Fred B. Bryant, Joseph Veroff

    This book is about savoring life—the capacity to attend to the joys, pleasures, and other positive feelings that we experience in our lives. The authors enhance our understanding of what savoring is and the conditions under which it occurs. Savoring provides a new theoretical model for...

    Published June 29th 2006 by Psychology Press

  2. Memory and Society

    Psychological Perspectives

    Edited by Lars-Göran Nilsson, Nobuo Ohta

    Memory and Society explores the social factors which influence human memory and our conceptualisation of memory. It examines the relationships between memory, society and culture and considers the relevance of theories of memory to real world issues. The opening section deals with the topic of...

    Published February 8th 2006 by Psychology Press

  3. Bridging Social Psychology

    Benefits of Transdisciplinary Approaches

    Edited by Paul A.M. Van Lange

    Bridging Social Psychology illuminates the unique contribution the field of social psychology can bring to understanding major scientific and societal problems. The book focuses on illustrating the benefits and costs of bridging social psychology with other fields of psychology, including cognitive...

    Published January 18th 2006 by Psychology Press

  4. Visual Social Cognition

    A Special Issue of Visual Cognition

    Edited by Elaine Fox

    Series: Special Issues of Visual Cognition

    It is widely recognized that visual processes modulate many social interactions. For example, the eye-gaze of another person is a powerful cue to guide attention to a particular part of the visual field. Conversely, a direct gaze may indicate potential threat or the opportunity for a sexual...

    Published March 30th 2005 by Psychology Press

  5. Social Cognition in Adolescence: Its Developmental Significance

    A Special Issue of the European Journal of Developmental Psychology

    Edited by Willem Koops, Harke A. Bosma

    Series: Special Issues of the European Journal of Developmental Psychology

    The special issue aims to develop a greater understanding of the relationship between social cognitive development in adolescence and social behaviour, to discuss the mediating effects of other aspects of development in adolescence such as the parallel emergence of ideas concerning personal...

    Published January 26th 2005 by Psychology Press

  6. Contemporary Perspectives on the Psychology of Attitudes

    Edited by Geoffrey Haddock, Gregory R. Maio

    What is an attitude? How do different research approaches characterise 'attitude' and its applications in social psychology?The Attitude concept has long formed an indispensable construct in social psychology. In this volume, internationally renowned contributors review contemporary developments in...

    Published September 1st 2004 by Psychology Press

  7. Social Cognition

    How Individuals Construct Social Reality

    By Rainer Greifeneder, Herbert Bless, Klaus Fiedler, Fritz Strack

    Series: Social Psychology: A Modular Course

    How do people think about the world? How do individuals make sense of their complex social environment? What are the underlying mechanisms that determine our understanding of the social world? Social cognition - the study of the specific cognitive processes that are involved when we think about...

    Published November 17th 2003 by Psychology Press

  8. A Sociocognitive Approach to Social Norms

    Edited by Nicole Dubois

    Series: Routledge Research International Series in Social Psychology

    Societies and groups attribute greater value to some behaviours and some judgments. These 'norms' are what is most important for understanding how behaviours and judgments are socially regulated. The approach presented examines in particular the social foundations of our judgments....

    Published November 6th 2002 by Routledge

  9. Work and Unseen Chronic Illness

    Silent Voices

    By Margaret Vickers

    Series: Routledge Advances in Management and Business Studies

    In an increasingly ageing society, medicine, hygiene and nutrition have reduced the impact of acute and life-threatening illnesses. However, whilst we are living longer, the chance of developing or contracting a chronic illness is increasing.There are a growing number of working adults affected by...

    Published June 6th 2001 by Routledge

  10. Cognitive Social Psychology

    The Princeton Symposium on the Legacy and Future of Social Cognition

    Edited by Gordon B. Moskowitz

    A comprehensive overview of the mechanisms involved in how cognitive processes determine thought and behavior toward the social world, Cognitive Social Psychology: *examines cognition as a motivated process wherein cognition and motivation are seen as intertwined; * reviews the latest research on...

    Published February 28th 2001 by Psychology Press