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Social Cognition

Four Volume Set
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April 2013 | 1 792 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
All human interactions are conditioned on social cognition and, in turn, influence social cognition: it is a core field in social psychology, and now it also overlaps social neuroscience, social and cognitive development, behavioural economics, health psychology, diversity science, and more. This four-volume collection brings together some of the most influential and important articles to have come out of the field over the past decades, as well as taking in modern developments which reflect just how vital the subject still is today.

Volume One: Basic Concepts in Social Cognition

Volume Two: Topics in Social Cognition: Self, Attributions, Heuristics, and Inferences

Volume Three: Topics in Social Cognition: Cognitive Approaches to Attitudes, Stereotyping and Prejudice

Volume Four: Beyond Cognition: Affect and Behaviour

 
VOLUME ONE
 
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION
S.E. Asch
Forming Impressions of Personality
Joseph Henrich, Steven Heine and Ara Norenzayan
The Weirdest People in the World?
Kevin Ochsner and Matthew Lieberman
The Emergence of Social Cognitive Neuroscience
Thomas Ostrom
The Sovereignty of Social Cognition
 
PART TWO: DUAL MODES IN SOCIAL COGNITION
Henk Aarts and Ap Dijksterhuis
Habits as Knowledge Structures
Automaticity in Goal-Directed Behavior  
John Bargh, Mark Chen and Lara Burrows
Automaticity of Social Behavior
Direct Effects of Trait Construct and Stereotype Activation on Action  
David Gilbert, Brett Pelham and Douglas Krull
On Cognitive Busyness
When Person Perceivers Meet Persons Perceived  
Daniel Wegner et al
Paradoxical Effects of Thought Suppression
 
PART THREE: ATTENTION AND ENCODING
Jasmin Cloutier, Malia Mason and C.Neil Macrae
The Perceptual Determinants of Person Construal
Re-Opening the Social-Cognitive Toolbox  
Susan Fiske
Attention and Weight in Person Perception
The Impact of Negative and Extreme Behavior  
E.Tory Higgins, William Rholes and Carl Jones
Category Accessibility and Impression Formation
Janine Willis and Alexander Todorov
First Impressions
Making up Your Mind after a 100-Ms Exposure to a Face  
 
PART FOUR: REPRESENTATION IN MEMORY
C. Neil Macrae and Galen Bodenhausen
Social Cognition
Thinking Categorically about Others  
Thomas Srull, Meryl Lichenstein and Myron Rothbart
Associative Storage and Retrieval Processes in Person Memory
Lawrence Williams and John Bargh
Experiencing Physical Warmth Promotes Interpersonal Warmth
 
VOLUME TWO
 
PART FIVE: SELF IN SOCIAL COGNITION
Todd Heatherton, C. Neil Macrae and William Kelley
What the Social Brain Sciences Can Tell us about the Self
Hazel Rose Markus and Shinobu Kitayama
Culture and the Self
Implications for Cognition, Emotion and Motivation  
William Swann, Jr., Brett Pelham and Douglas Krull
Agreeable Fancy or Disagreeable Truth? Reconciling Self-Enhancement and Self-Verification
Shelley Taylor and Jonathon Brown
Illusion and Well-Being
A Social Psychological Perspective on Mental Health  
 
PART SIX: ATTRIBUTION PROCESSES
Lasana Harris, Alexander Todorov and Susan Fiske
Attributions on the Brain
Neuro-Imaging Dispositional Inferences, beyond Theory of Mind  
Bertram Malle
The Actor-Observer Asymmetry in Attribution
A (Surprising) Meta-Analysis  
Leslie Ann McArthur
The How and What of Why
Some Determinants and Consequences of Causal Attribution  
 
PART SEVEN: HEURISTICS AND SHORTCUTS: EFFICIENCY IN INFERENCE AND DECISION-MAKING
Nicholas Epley et al
Perspective-Taking as Egocentric Anchoring and Adjustment
Loran Nordgren et al
What Constitutes Torture? Psychological Impediments to an Objective Evaluation of Enhanced Interrogation Tactics
Emily Pronin, Thomas Gilovich and Lee Ross
Objectivity in the Eye of the Beholder
Divergent Perceptions of Bias in Self versus Others  
Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman
Judgment under Uncertainty
Heuristics and Biases  
 
PART EIGHT: ACCURACY AND EFFICIENCY IN SOCIAL INFERENCE
Richard Nisbett et al
The Use of Statistical Heuristics in Everyday Inductive Reasoning
Lee Ross, Mark Lepper and Michael Hubbard
Perseverance in Self-Perception and Social Perception
Biased Attributional Processes in the Debriefing Paradigm  
William Swann
Quest for Accuracy in Person Perception
A Matter of Pragmatics  
 
VOLUME THREE
 
PART NINE: COGNITIVE STRUCTURES OF ATTITUDES
Frederica Conrey and Eliot Smith
Attitude Representation
Attitudes as Patterns in a Distributed, Connectionist Representational System  
Alice Eagly and Shelly Chaiken
Attitude Research in the 21st Century
The Current State of Knowledge  
Jon Krosnick et al
Attitude Strength
One Construct or Many Related Constructs?  
 
PART TEN: COGNITIVE PROCESSING OF ATTITUDES
Shelly Chaiken
Heuristic versus Systematic Information-Processing and the Use of Source versus Message Cues in Persuasion
Russell Fazio and Michael Olson
Implicit Measures in Social Cognition Research
Their meaning and Use  
Richard Petty and John Cacioppo
Issue Involvement Can Increase or Decrease Persuasion by Enhancing Message-Relevant Cognitive Response
 
PART ELEVEN: STEREOTYPING: COGNITION AND BIAS
Susan Fiske et al
A Model of (Often Mixed) Stereotype Content
Competence and Warmth Respectively Follow from Perceived Status and Competition  
Samuel Gaertner et al
Reducing Intergroup Bias
The Benefits of Re-Categorization  
Miles Hewstone, Mark Rubin and Hazel Willis
Intergroup Bias
C.Neil Macrae, Alan Milne and Galen Bodenhausen
Stereotypes as Energy-Saving Devices
A Peek inside the Cognitive Toolbox  
 
PART TWELVE: PREJUDICE: INTERPLAY OF COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE BIASES
Galen Bodenhausen and Destiny Peery
Social Categorization and Stereotyping in Vivo
The VUCA Challenge  
G.M. Herek and K. McLemore
Sexual Prejudice
Michael North and Susan Fiske
An Inconvenienced Youth
Ageism and Its Potential Intergenerational Roots  
Jennifer Richeson and J. Nicole Shelton
When Prejudice Does Not Pay
Effects of Interracial Contact on Executive Function  
Laurie Rudman and Peter Glick
Prescriptive Gender Stereotypes and Backlash toward Agentic Women
 
VOLUME FOUR
 
PART THIRTEEN: FROM SOCIAL COGNITION TO AFFECT
Susan Andersen and Serena Chen
The Relational Self
An Interpersonal Social-Cognitive Theory  
Lisa Feldman Barrett et al
The Experience of Emotion
Fritz Strack, Leonard Martin and Sabine Stepper
Inhibiting and Facilitating Conditions of the Human Smile
A Non-Obtrusive Test of the Facial Feedback Hypothesis  
 
PART FOURTEEN: FROM AFFECT TO SOCIAL COGNITION
David DeSteno et al
Discrete Emotions and Persuasion
The Role of Emotion-Induced Expectancies  
Jennifer Lerner and Dacher Keltner
Fear, Anger and Risk
Paula Niedenthal et al
Embodiment in Attitudes, Social Perception and Emotion
R.B. Zajonc
Feeling and Thinking
Preferences Need no Inferences  
A Cognitive Loop?  
 
PART FIFTEEN: BEHAVIOR AND COGNITION
Veronika Brandstätter, Angelika Lengfelder and Peter Gollwitzer
Implementation Intentions and Efficient Action Initiation
Tanya Chartrand and John Bargh
The Chameleon Effect
The Perception-Behavior Link and Social Interaction  
Richard Nisbett and Timothy DeCamp Wilson
Telling More Than We Can Know
Verbal Reports on Mental Processes  
A Look at Motivated Strategies  
Carl Word, Mark Zanna and Joel Cooper
The Non-Verbal Mediation of Self-Fulfilling Prophecies in Interracial Interaction

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Susan T. Fiske

Susan T. Fiske is Eugene Higgins Professor, Psychology and Public Affairs, Princeton University (Ph.D., Harvard University; honorary doctorates, Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium; Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands; Universität Basel, Switzerland). She investigates social cognition, especially cognitive stereotypes and emotional prejudices, at cultural, interpersonal, and neuro-scientific levels. Author of over 300 publications and winner of numerous scientific awards, she has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.  Sponsored by a Guggenheim, her 2011 Russell-Sage-Foundation book is Envy Up, Scorn Down: How... More About Author

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