On Building, Defending, and Regulating the Self: A Psychological Perspective

Synopsis

This volume is about understanding the 'self' from a scientific perspective. The self is a well established research area in a variety of disciplines including clinical psychology, communication, developmental psychology, social psychology and sociology. This book pulls together, in one place, comprehensive and interesting descriptions of some of the most stimulating, newly emerging research programs on the self. Each chapter, by a leading authority in the field, describes a unique research program, based on solid empirical research. Contributing authors include a mix between established names and emerging researchers whose mark on the field will grow in years to come.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Caryl E. Rusbult
  • Madoka Kumashiro
  • Shevaun L. Stocker
  • Scott T. Wolf
  • Michael H. Kernis
  • Caryl E. Rusbult
  • Madoka Kumashiro
  • Shevaun L. Stocker
  • Scott T. Wolf
  • Michael H. Kernis
  • Brian M. Goldman
  • Melanie C. Green
  • Matthew D. Lieberman
  • Naomi I. Eisenberger
  • Jesse Preston
  • Daniel M. Wegner
  • Frederick Rhodewalt
  • Carolyn C. Morf
  • Steven J. Spencer
  • Christian H. Jordan
  • Christine E. R. Logel
  • Mark P. Zanna
  • Andrew J. Elliot
  • Rachael R. Mapes
  • Dacher Keltner
  • Jennifer S. Beer
  • Sander L. Koole
  • Julius Kuhl
  • Nils B. Jostmann
  • Kathleen D. Vohs
  • S. Christian Wheeler
  • Kenneth G. Demarree
  • Richard E. Petty
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 2005
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