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1. The Relational Logic of Moral Inference
Molly J. Crockett, Jim A.C. Everett, Maureen Gill, Jenifer Z. Siegel
2. Causes and Consequences of Coalitional Cognition
3. Motivated Perception for Self-Regulation: How Visual Experience Serves and is Served by Goals
Shana Cole, Emily Balcetis
4. The Primacy of Morality in Impression Development: Theory, Research, and Future Directions
Marco Brambilla, Simona Sacchi, Patrice Rusconi, Geoffrey P. Goodwin
5. Self-Uncertainty and Group Identification: Consequences for Social Identity, Group Behavior, Intergroup Relations, and Society
The Advances in Experimental Social Psychology series is the premier outlet for reviews of mature, high-impact research programs in social psychology. Contributions to the series provide defining pieces of established research programs, reviewing and integrating thematically related findings by individual scholars or research groups. Topics discussed in Volume 64 include Moral Inference, Coalitional Cognition, Motivated Perception and Self-Regulation, Morality in Impression Development, and Self-Uncertainty and Group Identification.
- Provides one of the most cited series in the field of experimental social psychology
- Contains contributions of major empirical and theoretical interest
- Represents the best and brightest in new research, theory and practice in social psychology
Researchers, librarians, and academics in social psychology and personality
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- © Academic Press 2021
- 1st August 2021
- Academic Press
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Dr. Bertram Gawronski, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. He received his PhD in psychology from Humboldt-University Berlin (Germany) in 2001. In addition to editing five influential books on a broad range of social psychological topics, Dr. Gawronski has served as Associate Editor of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and Personality and Social Psychology Review.
University of Texas at Austin
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