Personality, Cognition, and Social Interaction

By Nancy Cantor; John F. Kihlstrom | Go to book overview

PERSONALITY, COGNITION, and SOCIAL INTERACTION

Edited by
NANCY CANTOR
Princeton University

JOHN F. KIHLSTROM
University of Wisconsin

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1981 Hillsdale, New Jersey

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xi
  • I- Historical Perspective 1
  • 1- Personality and Cognition- Something Borrowed, Something New? 3
  • References 17
  • References 17
  • II- Cognitive Processes in Personality 21
  • 2- A Cognitive--Social Approach to Personality 23
  • Acknowledgment 42
  • References 42
  • 3- Goals and Schemata in Person Perception- Making Sense from the Stream of Behavior 45
  • Summary 65
  • Acknowledgments 65
  • References 65
  • 4- Accessibility of Social Constructs 70
  • Acknowledgments 115
  • References 115
  • 5- On Personality and Memory 123
  • Acknowledgments 143
  • References 143
  • III- Social Judgment 151
  • 6- Social Stereotypes and Social Judgment 153
  • Summary 166
  • Acknowledgments 167
  • References 167
  • 7- Involvement, Expertise, and Schema Use- Evidence from Political Cognition 171
  • Acknowledgments 187
  • References 187
  • IV- The Self- Structure and Process 191
  • 8- A Model of the Self as an Aspect of the Human Information Processing System 193
  • Some Concluding Remarks 210
  • Acknowledgment 211
  • References 211
  • 9- The Self as a Cognitive Prototype- An Application to Person Perception and Depression 215
  • Acknowledgments 228
  • Acknowledgments 229
  • References 229
  • 10- The Influence of Self-Schemata on the Perception of Others 233
  • 10- The Influence of Self-Schemata on the Perception of Others 233
  • 11- Considerations for a Theory of Self-Inference Processes 263
  • Acknowledgments 275
  • References 275
  • V- Personality in Social Interaction 279
  • 12- Toward an Interaction-Centered Theory of Personality 281
  • Introduction 281
  • 13- On the Influence of Individuals on Situations 309
  • Acknowledgments 327
  • References 327
  • VI- Discussion 331
  • 14- General Discussion of Issues- Relationships between Cognitive Psychology and the Psychology of Personality 333
  • 15- Cognition and Personality 339
  • Author Index 349
  • Subject Index 359
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