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edited by Mark W. Baldwin.

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Names: Baldwin, Mark W.
Published: New York : Guilford Press, ©2005.
Topics: Social perception. | Interpersoonlijke interactie. | Sociale cognitie. | Kognition | Soziale Wahrnehmung | Zwischenmenschliche Beziehung | Interpersonale Wahrnehmung | Perception sociale. | Processus cognitif. | Psychosociologie. | Relation interpersonnelle. | Représentation mentale. | Social Perception. | Interpersonal Relations. | Self Concept. | Perception sociale.
Genres: Aufsatzsammlung. | Aufsatzsammlung.
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245 00|aInterpersonal cognition /|cedited by Mark W. Baldwin.
260 |aNew York :|bGuilford Press,|c©2005.
300 |axviii, 462 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm
336 |atext|btxt|2rdacontent
337 |aunmediated|bn|2rdamedia
338 |avolume|bnc|2rdacarrier
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tThe relational self and transference : evoking motives, self-regulation, and emotions through activation of mental representations of significant others /|rSusan M. Anderson and S. Adil Saribay --|tUnderstanding and modifying the relational schemas underlying insecurity /|rMark W. Baldwin and Stéphane D. Dandeneau --|tRejection sensitivity as an interpersonal vulnerability /|rJanina Peitrzak, Geraldine Downey, and Ozlem Ayduk --|tInterpersonal cognition and the quest for social acceptance : inside the sociometer /|rMark R. Leary --|tGoals and labors, friends and neighbors : self-regulation and interpersonal relationships /|rGráinne M. Fitzsimmons [and others] --|tCommitment calibration with the relationship cognition toolbox /|rJohn E. Lydon, Kimberly Burton, and Danielle Menzies-Toman --|tA relationship-specific sense of felt security : how perceived regard regulates relationship-enhancement processes /|rSandra L. Murray and Jaye Derrick --|tThe role of prototypes in interpersonal cognition /|rBeverley Fehr --|tIncluding close others in the cognitive structure of the self /|rArthur Aron [and others] --|tMental representations of attachment security : theoretical foundation for a positive social psychology /|rMario Mikulincer and Phillip R. Shaver --|tThe four basic social bonds : structures for coordinating interaction /|rAlan Page Fiske and Nick Haslam --|tSocial mentalities : a biopsychosocial and evolutionary approach to social relationships /|rPaul Gilbert --|tRole-relationship models : addressing maladaptive interpersonal patterns and emotional distress /|rJodene R. Baccus and Mardi J. Horowitz --|tInterpersonal schemas : clinical theory, research, and implications /|rPolly Scarvalone, Melanie Fox, and Jeremy D. Safran --|tSelf as a society : the dynamics of interchange and power /|rHubert J.M. Hermans --|tAn integrative review of theories of interpersonal cognition : an interdependence theory perspective /|rJohn G. Holmes and Jessica Cameron.
520 1 |a"This volume presents state-of-the-art research on the processes by which people understand their interpersonal experiences. Leading investigators integrate findings from experimental social psychology with insights from developmental, personality, and clinical psychology, bringing fresh ideas to bear on universal issues and identifying salient directions for future research." "Interpersonal cognition is increasingly recognized as a central topic in social cognition, and this book brings together the most important current perspectives in the field. It will be read with interest by psychologists involved in the study of close relationships, and will serve as a text in graduate-level courses."--Jacket.
650 0|aSocial perception.
650 7|aSocial perception.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01122709
650 17|aInterpersoonlijke interactie.|2gtt
650 17|aSociale cognitie.|2gtt
650 7|aKognition|2gnd
650 7|aSoziale Wahrnehmung|2gnd
650 7|aZwischenmenschliche Beziehung|2gnd
650 7|aInterpersonale Wahrnehmung|2gnd
650 17|aPerception sociale.|2rasuqam
650 7|aProcessus cognitif.|2rasuqam
650 7|aPsychosociologie.|2rasuqam
650 7|aRelation interpersonnelle.|2rasuqam
650 7|aReprésentation mentale.|2rasuqam
650 12|aSocial Perception.
650 22|aInterpersonal Relations.
650 22|aSelf Concept.
650 6|aPerception sociale.
655 4|aAufsatzsammlung.
655 7|aAufsatzsammlung.|2swd
700 1 |aBaldwin, Mark W.
856 42|3Contributor biographical information|uhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0617/2004023995-b.html
856 42|3Publisher description|uhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/description/guilford051/2004023995.html
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