The Psychology of Values

By Clive Seligman; James M. Olson et al. | Go to book overview

Subject Index

A
Accountability, 40-43
blame, 35
demands, trade-offs and, 35, 36
decision making and, 40-42
demagoguery, 35
see Values
Achievement values, 7
Accountability FDA and, 40-42, 45
Adversity, see Commitment
Ambiguity, 304
Ambivalence, 172-176, see Prejudice

B
Belief Congruence theory, 154, 163, 164, 167-169
Blacks
blend construct, 158-160
race study, 165, 166
see Prejudice
Blame
decision making and, 40, 41
Blend construct, see Prejudice
Buckpassing, 41-43

C
Child abuse, see False memory syndrome
Commitment
Affects Balance scale, 201
attachment/obligation, 197
attitudinal, 200
behavioral, 199-201
core beliefs and, 193
defined, 192
dependency and, 211
dimensions of, 209, 210
ego defensive function of, 195
forced choice paradigm, 195
health and, 200
identity and, 193
Interdependence model, 197, 198
interrelated, 194, 195
long-distance dating study, 203, 204
Personal Projects Analysis (PPA), 196, 197
pregnancy/abortion decisions and, 199-203
prototypes of, 192
Rusbult's Investment Model, 197, 198
self-affirmation theory, 195
self-complexity, 194
self-report and, 196, 199
sexual orientation and, 210
smoking and, 201
testing notion of, 196
value relevance/adversity, 197-200
values as standards, 193, 195
volunteerism, 198, 199
Commitment-adversity relation
accommodation behavior, 205, 206
caregiver study, 206, 207
content/loss of commitment, 208
costs and challenges of, 205
identity configurations, 208, 209
moral/personal, 210
reciprocal nature of, 207

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