Advances in Experimental Social PsychologyEdited by
- Mark Zanna
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Advances in Experimental Social Psychology
Hardbound, 410 Pages
Published: March 2010
Imprint: Academic Press
1. Mental Representations of Social Values
Gregory R. Maio
2. An Interpersonal Approach to Emotion in Social Decision Making: The Emotions as Social Information (EASI) Model
Gerben A. Van Kleef, Carsten K. W. De Dreu and Antony S. R. Manstead
3. On Passion for Life Activities: Toward a Dualistic Model of Passsion
Robert J. Vallerand
4. Good News! Capitalizing on Positive Events in an Interpersonal Context
Shelly L. Gable and Harry T. Reis
5. Indirect Prime-to-Behavior Effects: The Role of Perceptions of the Self, Others, and Situations in Connecting Primed Constructs to Social Behavior
Dirk Smeesters, S. Christian Wheeler and Aaron C. Kay
6. Mental Construal and the Emergence of Assimilation and Contrast Effects: The Inclusion/Exclusion Model
Herbert Bless and Norbert Schwarz