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AuthorPrinceton Symposium on the Lagacy and Future of Social Cognition (1998 : Princeton University)
TitleCognitive social psychology : the Princeton Symposium on the Legacy and Future of Social Cognition 8-11 January 1998 / edited by Gordon B. Moskowitz
Imprint Mahwah, NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2001
Descript viii, 503 p. ; 29 cm

CONTENT

Relational approach to cognition : shared experience and relationship affirmation in social cognition / Curtis D. Hardin and Terri D. Conley -- Personal need for structure and personal fear of invalidity measures: historical perspectives, current applications, and future directions / Megan M. Thompson ... [et al.] -- Behaviral discrepancies and the role of construal processes in cognitive dissonance / Jeff Stone -- Self evaluation: the development of sex differences / Eva M. Pomerantz, Jill L. Saxon, and Gwen A. Kenney -- Evaluating the self in the context of another: the three-selves model of social comparison assimilation and contrast / Hart Blanton -- Otgroup favoritism and the theory of system justification: a paradigm for investigating the effects of socioeconomic success on stereitype content / John T. Jost -- A case for the nonconscious self-concept / John J. Hetts and Brett W. Pelham -- Role of theories in mental represenatations and their use in social perception: a theory-based approach to significant-other representations and transference / Serena Chen -- What we theorize when we theorize that we theorize: examining the "Implicit theory" construct from a cross-disciplinary perspective / Michael W. Morris, Daniel R. Ames, and Eric D. Knowles -- From cognitive to culture: the origins of stereotypes that really matter / Mark Schaller and Lucian Gideon Conway -- Dynamic relationship between stereotype efficiency and mental representation / Jeffrey W. Sherman -- Cornerstone for the science of interpersonal behavior? Person perception and person memory, past, present, and future / Leonard S. Newman -- On partitioning the fundamental attribution error: dispositionalism and the correspondence bias / Douglas S. Krull -- Let's not forget the past when we go to the future: on our knowledge of knowledge accessibilty / Diederik A. Stapel and Willem Koomen -- Illsury correlation and stereotype formation: tracing the arc of research over a quarter century / Steven J. Steoessner and Jason E. Plaks -- Other side of the story: transparency estimation in social interaction / Jacquic D. Vorauer -- Flexible correlation model: phenomenology and the use of naive theories in advoiding or removing bias / Duane T. Wegener, Meghan Dunn, and Danny Tokusato -- Exploring the boundaries of rationality: a functional perspective on dual-process models in social psychology / Akiva Liberman -- Crossroads of affect and cognition: counterfactuals as compensatory cognition / Neal Roese -- Goals and the compatibility principle in attitudes, judgment, and choice / C. Miguel Brendl -- Preconcious control and compensatory cognition / Gordon B. Blair -- Exerting control over prejudiced responses / Margo J. Monteith and Corrine I. Voils


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