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  1. Psychology of Change

    Life Contexts, Experiences, and Identities

    Edited by Katherine J. Reynolds, Nyla R. Branscombe

    This volume tackles the critical question of whether people change or whether they remain relatively constant across the lifespan. Much existing literature in psychology has largely endorsed the concept of stability. Indeed, in many people’s minds, the person is understood to be set in stone, as a...

    To Be Published December 10th 2014 by Psychology Press

  2. Attitudes

    Insights from the New Implicit Measures

    Edited by Richard E. Petty, Russell H. Fazio

    This book tackles a subject that has captured the imagination of many researchers in the field: attitudes. Although the field has always recognized that people’s attitudes could be assessed in different ways, from direct self-reports to disguised observations of behavior, the past decade has shown...

    To Be Published April 29th 2015 by Psychology Press

  3. Interpersonal Sensitivity: Entering Others’ Worlds

    A Special Issue of Social Neuroscience

    Edited by Jean Decety, Dan Batson

    Interpersonal sensitivity refers to our ability to perceive and respond with care to the internal states of other people, understand the antecedents of those states, and predict the subsequent events that will result. Guest editors neuroscientist Jean Decety and social psychologist Dan Batson...

    To Be Published April 29th 2015 by Psychology Press

  4. The Mirror Neuron System

    A Special Issue of Social Neuroscience

    Edited by Christian Keysers, Luciano Fadiga

    Mirror neurons are premotor neurons, originally discovered in the macaque brain , that discharge both during execution of goal-directed actions and during the observation of similar actions executed by another individual. They therefore ‘mirror’ others’ actions on the observer's motor repertoire....

    To Be Published April 29th 2015 by Psychology Press

  5. Theory of Mind

    A Special Issue of Social Neuroscience

    Edited by Rebecca Saxe, Simon Baron-Cohen

    Investigations of the neural basis of theory of mind - the ability to think about other people's thoughts - only recently became feasible; now, the number of such investigations and the sophistication of the results are accelerating dramatically. The articles in this special issue use a wide range...

    To Be Published April 29th 2015 by Psychology Press

  6. Alienation, Adaptation and Affect

    By Warren D. TenHouten

    Series: Routledge Advances in Sociology

    Alienation has objective, societal-level causes, yet is experienced as a psychological condition, more emotional than cognitive. Seeman’s six varieties of alienation are expanded to ten, grounded in contemporary research and theory, and each is linked to a model of social relations and to specific...

    To Be Published May 30th 2015 by Routledge

  7. Social Exclusion

    Edited by Kipling D. Williams, Steve A. Nida

    Series: Frontiers of Social Psychology

    To Be Published June 1st 2015 by Psychology Press

  8. The Social Brain in Adolescence

    By Eveline Crone

    Series: Essays in Developmental Psychology

    In recent years there have been tremendous advances in understanding how brain development underlies changes in affective and social development in adolescence. This has led to many new insights into the behavioral changes which take place during this period, such as increases in sensation-seeking,...

    To Be Published July 15th 2015 by Psychology Press

  9. Social Neuroscience

    Biological Approaches to Social Psychology

    Edited by Eddie Harmon-Jones, Michael Inzlicht

    Series: Frontiers of Social Psychology

    To Be Published August 1st 2015 by Psychology Press

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