Chapter One. Positive Emotions Broaden and Build
1 Ten Representative Positive Emotions
2 Assessment Approaches
3 Seeds of the Broaden-and-Build Theory
4 Evidence for the Broaden-and-Build Theory
5 New Frontiers for the Broaden-and-Build Theory
6 Offshoots from the Broaden-and-Build Theory
7 Positivity Resonance: Broaden-and-Build in Sync with Others
8 Closing Comments
Chapter Two. Moral Foundations Theory
1 The Origins of MFT
2 The Current Theory
3 Empirical Findings
4 Future Directions
Chapter Three. Culture and Analytic Versus Holistic Cognition
1 Cultural Differences in Analytic Versus Holistic Cognition
2 Multilevel Analyses of Cultural Influences on Cognition
3 Culturally Contingent Situated Cognition: A Case for Cultural Moderation of a Proximal-Level Situational Factor
4 Implications and Future Directions
Chapter Four. Message Position, Information Processing, and Persuasion
1 Introduction: Message Position and Persuasion
2 Classic and Contemporary Theories
3 The Discrepancy Motives Model
4 Empirical Support for the DMM
5 Implications for Defense and Bolstering Motives Beyond the Amount of Information Processing
6 Summary and Conclusions
Chapter Five. Implicit Attitudes and Beliefs Adapt to Situations
1 Implicit Attitudes and Beliefs Adapt to Situations: A Decade of Research on the Malleability of Implicit Prejudice, Stereotypes, and the Self-Concept
2 Setting the Stage: The Role of the Unconscious in Shaping Attitudes and Beliefs
3 Implicit Attitudes and Beliefs About Social Groups
4 Changing Implicit Attitudes and Beliefs
5 A Roadmap of My Research Program
6 Do Changes in Local Environments Influence Implicit Attitudes Toward Disadvantaged Groups?
7 Do Changes in Local Environments Impact Perceivers’ Implicit Bias About Nationality?
8 Do Changes in Local Environments Influence Implicit Stereotypes About One’s Ingroup?
9 Do Changes in Local Environments Have Similar Effects on Individuals’ Implicit Self-Concept?
10 Do Specific Emotions Aroused in One Situation Spill Over into Another to Bias Implicit Attitudes Toward Outgroups? What Emotions and What Groups?
11 Common Themes, Unanswered Questions, and Future Directions
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