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Most underappreciated : 50 prominent social psychologists describe their most unloved work, edited by Robert M. Arkin

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Most underappreciated : 50 prominent social psychologists describe their most unloved work
Title
Most underappreciated
Title remainder
50 prominent social psychologists describe their most unloved work
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robert M. Arkin
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
302.092/2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
HM1033
LC item number
.M67 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1950-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Arkin, Robert M.
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Social psychology
Label
Most underappreciated : 50 prominent social psychologists describe their most unloved work, edited by Robert M. Arkin
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Mahzarin R. Banaji
  • Is There a Divorce in Your Genes?
  • Ellen Berscheid
  • A Life-Changing Paper? That Depends on Your Interpretation
  • Todd F. Heatherton
  • Saga of My Stealth Bomber Chapter: Can't Miss, But Vanished Without a Trace
  • Philip G. Zimbardo
  • From Egosystem to Ecosystem
  • Jennifer Crocker
  • Publish and Perish
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Bernard Weiner
  • A Catastrophe in My Research Portfolio
  • Abraham Tesser
  • I Want to Be a Social Psychologist
  • Dan P. McAdams
  • But What About that Gigantic Elephant in the Room?
  • Albert Bandura
  • pt. II
  • Middle-Range Theories
  • Adventures in Rejectionland
  • pt. I
  • John Darley
  • Thrilling Thoughts: How Changing Your Mind Intensifies Your Emotions
  • Gerald L. Clore
  • A Fundamental Conceptual Distinction... Gone Unnoticed
  • Russell H. Fazio
  • Big Science, Big Theory, Big Ideas
  • Most Cited, Least Read?
  • Walter Mischel
  • Appreciated, but Misunderstood
  • Marilynn B. Brewer
  • Undeserved Recognition
  • Does Impression Management Have an Image Problem?
  • Mark R. Heavy
  • Dynamic Complexity Theory: Eclipsed by a Revolution
  • Delroy L. Paulhus
  • pt. III
  • Methods and Innovations
  • Littering as an Unobtrusive Measure of Political Attitudes: Messy but Clean
  • RobertB. Cialdini
  • Imagined and Genuine Opposition to New Ideas on Sexuality
  • Roy F. Baumeister
  • Communal Relationships Can Be Selfish and Give Rise to Exploitation
  • A New Method for Theory Testing in Social Psychology: The Case of Dissonance
  • Barry E. Collins
  • HARK A Herald Sings... But Who's Listening?
  • Norbert L. Kerr
  • Some Things Get Better With Age
  • Paula M. Niedenthal
  • Episodes in the Mind: Or, Beware When the Paradigm Shifts...
  • Joseph P. Forgas
  • KissMy "TASS"
  • Jonathon D. Brown
  • Margarets. Clark
  • The Slow, Halting Appreciation of Close Relationships Research
  • John H. Harvey
  • Take Me Out to the Ballgame
  • Timothy D. Wilson
  • Timing Is Everything... At Least for Citation Impact
  • Miles Hewstone
  • Motivational When Motivational Wasn't Cool
  • Rex A. Wright
  • Whatever Happened to Schema-Triggered Affect?
  • Susan T. Fiske
  • Priming Creative Behavior: Priming How Things Work Rather Than What Things Are
  • E. Tory Higgins
  • What's in a Title? How a Decent Idea May Have Gone Bad
  • Joel Cooper
  • The Bearable Lightness of Impact
  • Tom Gilovich
  • I Can't Explain
  • Judith Harackiewicz
  • Is Attitude Research Incompatible With the Compatibility Principle?
  • Most Underappreciated... By Me
  • Mark Snyder
  • It Takes More Than Two to Tango: The Importance of Identifying and Addressing Your Audience
  • John F. Dovidio
  • My Rather Unknown Piece About "Unknown Unknowns" and Their Role in Self-Insight
  • David Dunning
  • Reality Lives Redeeming an Apparently Unfulfilled Prophecy
  • Michael Harris Bond
  • Bet You Didn't Know I Did a Dissonance Study
  • Dan Batson
  • Icek Ajzen
  • Is That All There Is? Reaction to the That's-Not-All Procedure
  • Jerry M. Burger
  • Change We Cannot Believe In
  • David A. Kenny
  • Imputing Values to Missing Information in Social Judgment
  • Ramadhar Singh
  • pt. IV
  • Phenomena and Findings
  • Your First Word Will Be Your Last Word if It Is Your Only Word
  • David A. Schroeder
  • pt. V
  • Application: Making Science Useful
  • "Risky Business": On the Adventures of Simultaneously Manipulating Sexual Arousal and Intoxication
  • Mark P. Zanna
  • Buried Treasures: Depression; Murder, Praisê and Intelligence
  • Carol S. Dweck
  • A Mis-citation Classic
  • Alice H. Eagly
  • My Brief Career in Modeling
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Peter Salovey
  • Hidden Gems About Justice Research: The Psychology of Punitiveness
  • Tom R. Tyler
  • The "Messenger Effect" in Persuasion
  • Saul M. Kassin
  • The Idea, The Audience, and Me
  • James W. Pennebaker
  • Charles S. Carver
  • The Diversity of Social Support and Outgroup Homogeneity: Some Bad Luck and a Lot of Good Fortune
  • George R. Goethals
  • Thirty Years of Contrast in Social Comparison
  • Ladd Wheeler
  • The Causal Structure of Person Types and Stereotypes
  • Constantine Sedikides
Control code
645789931
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xx, 276 pages
Isbn
9780199778188
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010026118
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)645789931
Label
Most underappreciated : 50 prominent social psychologists describe their most unloved work, edited by Robert M. Arkin
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Mahzarin R. Banaji
  • Is There a Divorce in Your Genes?
  • Ellen Berscheid
  • A Life-Changing Paper? That Depends on Your Interpretation
  • Todd F. Heatherton
  • Saga of My Stealth Bomber Chapter: Can't Miss, But Vanished Without a Trace
  • Philip G. Zimbardo
  • From Egosystem to Ecosystem
  • Jennifer Crocker
  • Publish and Perish
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Bernard Weiner
  • A Catastrophe in My Research Portfolio
  • Abraham Tesser
  • I Want to Be a Social Psychologist
  • Dan P. McAdams
  • But What About that Gigantic Elephant in the Room?
  • Albert Bandura
  • pt. II
  • Middle-Range Theories
  • Adventures in Rejectionland
  • pt. I
  • John Darley
  • Thrilling Thoughts: How Changing Your Mind Intensifies Your Emotions
  • Gerald L. Clore
  • A Fundamental Conceptual Distinction... Gone Unnoticed
  • Russell H. Fazio
  • Big Science, Big Theory, Big Ideas
  • Most Cited, Least Read?
  • Walter Mischel
  • Appreciated, but Misunderstood
  • Marilynn B. Brewer
  • Undeserved Recognition
  • Does Impression Management Have an Image Problem?
  • Mark R. Heavy
  • Dynamic Complexity Theory: Eclipsed by a Revolution
  • Delroy L. Paulhus
  • pt. III
  • Methods and Innovations
  • Littering as an Unobtrusive Measure of Political Attitudes: Messy but Clean
  • RobertB. Cialdini
  • Imagined and Genuine Opposition to New Ideas on Sexuality
  • Roy F. Baumeister
  • Communal Relationships Can Be Selfish and Give Rise to Exploitation
  • A New Method for Theory Testing in Social Psychology: The Case of Dissonance
  • Barry E. Collins
  • HARK A Herald Sings... But Who's Listening?
  • Norbert L. Kerr
  • Some Things Get Better With Age
  • Paula M. Niedenthal
  • Episodes in the Mind: Or, Beware When the Paradigm Shifts...
  • Joseph P. Forgas
  • KissMy "TASS"
  • Jonathon D. Brown
  • Margarets. Clark
  • The Slow, Halting Appreciation of Close Relationships Research
  • John H. Harvey
  • Take Me Out to the Ballgame
  • Timothy D. Wilson
  • Timing Is Everything... At Least for Citation Impact
  • Miles Hewstone
  • Motivational When Motivational Wasn't Cool
  • Rex A. Wright
  • Whatever Happened to Schema-Triggered Affect?
  • Susan T. Fiske
  • Priming Creative Behavior: Priming How Things Work Rather Than What Things Are
  • E. Tory Higgins
  • What's in a Title? How a Decent Idea May Have Gone Bad
  • Joel Cooper
  • The Bearable Lightness of Impact
  • Tom Gilovich
  • I Can't Explain
  • Judith Harackiewicz
  • Is Attitude Research Incompatible With the Compatibility Principle?
  • Most Underappreciated... By Me
  • Mark Snyder
  • It Takes More Than Two to Tango: The Importance of Identifying and Addressing Your Audience
  • John F. Dovidio
  • My Rather Unknown Piece About "Unknown Unknowns" and Their Role in Self-Insight
  • David Dunning
  • Reality Lives Redeeming an Apparently Unfulfilled Prophecy
  • Michael Harris Bond
  • Bet You Didn't Know I Did a Dissonance Study
  • Dan Batson
  • Icek Ajzen
  • Is That All There Is? Reaction to the That's-Not-All Procedure
  • Jerry M. Burger
  • Change We Cannot Believe In
  • David A. Kenny
  • Imputing Values to Missing Information in Social Judgment
  • Ramadhar Singh
  • pt. IV
  • Phenomena and Findings
  • Your First Word Will Be Your Last Word if It Is Your Only Word
  • David A. Schroeder
  • pt. V
  • Application: Making Science Useful
  • "Risky Business": On the Adventures of Simultaneously Manipulating Sexual Arousal and Intoxication
  • Mark P. Zanna
  • Buried Treasures: Depression; Murder, Praisê and Intelligence
  • Carol S. Dweck
  • A Mis-citation Classic
  • Alice H. Eagly
  • My Brief Career in Modeling
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Peter Salovey
  • Hidden Gems About Justice Research: The Psychology of Punitiveness
  • Tom R. Tyler
  • The "Messenger Effect" in Persuasion
  • Saul M. Kassin
  • The Idea, The Audience, and Me
  • James W. Pennebaker
  • Charles S. Carver
  • The Diversity of Social Support and Outgroup Homogeneity: Some Bad Luck and a Lot of Good Fortune
  • George R. Goethals
  • Thirty Years of Contrast in Social Comparison
  • Ladd Wheeler
  • The Causal Structure of Person Types and Stereotypes
  • Constantine Sedikides
Control code
645789931
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xx, 276 pages
Isbn
9780199778188
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010026118
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)645789931

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