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Self & Identity

Roy F. Baumeister ,  Kathleen D. Vohs

9781446201183

SAGE Publications Ltd


The self, ego, identity, personality

Hardback

1648 pages

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Although the study of the 'Self' has been a major theme throughout the history of psychology, it has really come in its own during the last half century. Because the nature of human selfhood remains both fascinating and elusive, many different approaches and contributions have been scattered through the journals over the years. This four-volume collection brings together a diverse assortment of the most important contributions in this area. The collection includes classic, groundbreaking articles and recent, cutting-edge advances in articles that range from original, empirical investigations to conceptual pieces that build theory based on integrative reviews of the research literature. The intention is to provide a broad resource that can be used by both beginners and experts worldwide who wish to have strong, useful access to the classic contributions to this area of study in one place. The field of 'Self' is particularly difficult to gain entry to, particularly because it has such a rich and varied history. The two editors are both well versed in the study of 'Self' and thus well qualified to provide a map of articles that have lasting importance and influence. Volume One: Sef-Concept and Self-Esteem Volume Two: The Agentic Self Volume Three: The Interpersonal Self Volume Four: Aspects of the Self: Applications and Extensions

Edited by:   Roy F. Baumeister, Kathleen D. Vohs
Imprint:   SAGE Publications Ltd
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 156mm, 
ISBN:  

9781446201183


ISBN 10:   144620118X
Series:   Sage Library in Social Psychology
Pages:   1648
Publication Date:   November 2011
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
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VOLUME ONE: SELF-CONCEPT AND SELF-ESTEEM Self-Esteem and Clarity of the Self-Concept - Jennifer Campbell Contingencies of Self-Worth - Jennifer Crocker and Connie Wolfe Self-Discrepancy - E. Tory Higgins A Theory Relating Self and Affect The Consciousness of Self - William James Personality, Modernity and the Storied Self - Dan McAdams A Contemporary Framework for Studying Persons Thinking about Me - Julie Neiworth How Social Awareness Evolved Self-Reference and the Encoding of Personal Information - Timothy Rogers, Nicholas Kuiper and William Kirker The Symbolic Self in Evolutionary Context - Constantine Sedikides and John Skowronski The Multiply-Motivated Self - Constantine Sedikides and Michael Strube Symbolic Interactionist View of Self-Concept - J. Sidney Shrauger and Thomas Schoeneman Through the Looking Glass Darkly Objective Self-Awareness Theory - Paul Silvia and T. Shelley Duval Recent Progress and Enduring Problems Illusion and Well-Being - Shelley Taylor and Jonathan Brown A Social-Psychological Perspective on Mental Health The Real Self - Ralph Turner From Institution to Impulse VOLUME TWO: THE AGENTIC SELF Human Agency in Social-Cognitive Theory - Albert Bandura The Strength Model of Self-Control - Roy Baumeister, Kathleen Tice and Dianne Tice Relation of Threatened Egotism to Violence and Aggression - Roy Baumeister, Laura Smart and Joseph Boden The Dark Side of High Self-Esteem Deviance Regulation - Hart Blanton and Charlene Christie A Theory of Action and Identity Origins and Functions of Positive and Negative Affect - Charles Carver and Michael Scheier A Control-Process View Identity, Belonging and Achievement - Geoffrey Cohen and Julio Garcia A Model, Interventions, Implications The 'What' and 'Why' of Goal Pursuits - Edward Deci and Richard Ryan Human Needs and the Self-Determination of Behavior Control of Attributions about the Self through Self-Handicapping Strategies - Edward Jones and Steven Berglas The Appeal of Alcohol and the Role of Underachievement Is There Any 'Free' Choice? Self and Dissonance in Two Cultures - Shinobu Kitayama et al Self-Control - Kristian Ove Myrseth and Ayelet Fishbach A Function of Knowing When and How to Exercise Restraint Achievement Goals and Intrinsic Motivation - Laird Rawsthorne and Andrew Elliot A Meta-Analytic Review Autobiographical Memory and Conceptions of Self - Michael Ross and Anne Wilson Getting Better All the Time Understanding the Role of the Self in Prime-to-Behavior Effects - S. Christian Wheeler, Kenneth DeMarree and Richard Petty The Active-Self Account VOLUME THREE: THE INTERPERSONAL SELF In-Group Bias and Self-Esteem - Christopher Aberson, Michael Healy and Victoria Romero A Meta-Analysis The Social Self - Marilynn Brewer On Being the Same and Different at the Same Time Basking in Reflected Glory - Robert Cialdini et al Three (Football) Field Studies Interpersonal Influences on Self-Regulation - Grainne Fitzsimons and Eli Finkel A Social Identity Theory of Leadership - Michael Hogg The Individual within the Group - Matthew Hornsey and Jolanda Jetten Balancing the Need to Belong with the Need to Be Different Self-Esteem as an Interpersonal Monitor - Mark Leary et al The Sociometer Hypothesis Culture and the Self - Hazel Markus and Shinobu Kitayama Implications for Cognition, Emotion and Motivation Confusions of Self with Close Others - Debra Mashek and Maria Boncimino Implicit Egotism - Brett Pelham, Mauricio Carvallo and John Jones The Michelangelo Phenomenon - Caryl Rusbult, Eli Finkel and Madoka Kumashiro Social Comparison - Jerry Suls, Rene Martin and Ladd Wheeler Why, with Whom and with What Effect? VOLUME FOUR: ASPECTS OF THE SELF: APPLICATIONS AND EXTENSIONS Moral Disengagement in the Perpetration of Inhumanities - Albert Bandura How the Self Became a Problem - Roy Baumeister A Psychological Review of Historical Research That Swimsuit Becomes You - Barbara Fredrickson et al Sex Differences in Self-Objectification, Restrained Eating and Math Performance Death, Sex, Love and Neuroticism - Jaime Goldenberg et al Why Is Sex Such a Problem? Narrative and the Cultural Psychology of Identity - Phillip Hammack What the Social Brain Sciences Can Tell Us about the Self - Todd Heatherton, C. Neil Macrae and William Kelley Do People with Low Self-Esteem Really Want to Feel Better? Self-Esteem Differences in Motivation to Repair Negative Moods - Sara Heimpel et al A Self-Awareness Model of the Causes and Effects of Alcohol Consumption - Jay Hull A Meta-Analysis of Heavyweight and Self-Esteem - Carol Miller and Kathryn Downey Moral Credentials and the Expression of Prejudice - Benoit Monin and Dale Miller Social Identity Complexity - Sonia Roccas and Marilynn Brewer Multidimensional Model of Racial Identity - Robert Sellers et al A Reconceptualization of African American Racial Identity Accepting Threatening Information - David Sherman and Geoffrey Cohen Self-Affirmation and the Reduction of Defensive Biases On the Plasticity of Self-Defense - Abraham Tesser The Psychological Consequences of Money - Kathleen Vohs, Nicole Mead and Miranda Goode

Kathleen D. Vohs is assistant professor in the Department of Marketing, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. Vohs received her Ph.D. in Psychological and Brain Sciences from Dartmouth College in 2000. She received a postdoctoral research grant from the National Institutes of Health with which she conducted research at the University of Utah and Case Western Reserve University. In 2003, she joined the Marketing Division at the University of British Columbia, where she was awarded the Canada Research Chair in Marketing Science and Consumer Psychology. In 2007, Vohs was named a McKnight Land-Grant Professor at the University of Minnesota. Vohs has contributed over 90 professional publications including editing four books. Her theories highlight the role of the self, broadly-defined, including self-control, self-esteem, feelings of self-threat, dieting, bulimic symptoms, sexuality, impulsive and compulsive spending, interpersonal relationships, emotions, decision making, free will, and morality. Her work has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Social Sciences and Humanities Council of Canada, the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research, the Transformative Consumer Research Council of the Association for Consumer Research, Russell Sage Foundation, and the American Cancer Society. Vohs's leisure activities include yoga, travel, and drinking wine. Roy F. Baumeister is currently the Eppes Eminent Professor of Psychology and head of the social psychology graduate program at Florida State University. He grew up in Cleveland, the oldest child of a schoolteacher and an immigrant businessman. He received his Ph.D. in social psychology from Princeton in 1978 and did a postdoctoral fellowship in sociology at the University of California at Berkeley. He spent over two decades at Case Western Reserve University, where he eventually was the first to hold the Elsie Smith professorship. He has also worked at the University of Texas, the University of Virginia, the Max-Planck-Institute, and the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences. Baumeister's research spans multiple topics, including self and identity, self-regulation, interpersonal rejection and the need to belong, sexuality and gender, aggression, self-esteem, meaning, and self-presentation. He has received research grants from the National Institute of Mental Health and from the Templeton Foundation. He has over 350 publications, and his 20 books include Evil: Inside Human Violence and Cruelty, The Cultural Animal, and Meanings of Life. The Institute for Scientific Information lists him among the handful of most cited (most influential) psychologists in the world. He lives by a small lake in Florida with his beloved family. In his rare spare time, he enjoys windsurfing, skiing, and jazz guitar.

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