Advances in Experimental Social Psychology

  title={Advances in Experimental Social Psychology},
  author={Leonard J. Berkowitz and Mark P. Zanna and James M. Olson},
  booktitle={Advances in Experimental Social Psychology},
The self and social perception: Three kinds of questions in social cognitive neuroscience.
" A man has as many social selves as there are individuals who recognize him. " The world is twofold for man in accordance with his twofold nature. A great deal of research in social psychology is
Saving face on Facebook : managing impressions in the presence of multiple audiences on social network sites
Social network sites are now ubiquitous and self-presentation on these sites is, for many people, a major part of everyday life. The sites provide a novel context for impression management in which
Explaining the longitudinal interplay of personality and social relationships in the laboratory and in the field: The PILS and the CONNECT study
The aim of the present paper is to outline and discuss four methodological challenges that arise when trying to empirically realize a process approach to the personality-relationship interplay, and describe two data sets designed to meet these challenges and that are open for collaborative investigations.
Attitudes -1 The Construction of Attitudes
Attitudes have long been considered a central concept of social psychology. In fact, early writers have defined social psychology as the scientific study of attitudes (e.g., Thomas & Znaniecki, 1918)
Integrated information as a metric for group interaction
Researchers in many disciplines have previously used a variety of mathematical techniques for analyzing group interactions. Here we use a new metric for this purpose, called “integrated information”
The Taxonomy, Model and Message Strategies of Social Behavior
In an era of rising social awareness, both academics and practitioners have been concerned about the effectiveness of pro-social consumer influence strategies. The main assumption here is that for
Social Psychology of Justice: Origins, Central Issues, Recent Developments, and Future Directions
This article provides an overview of some selected aspects of social psychological theory and research on justice in the allocation of social resources. We start with a brief outline of the origins
Intervening to Close the Minority Achievement Gap Recursive Processes in Self-Affirmation: (this information is current as of April 16, 2009 ): The following resources related to this article are available online at
A depletion approach to influence techniques : analyzing the psychological effects of social influence techniques
Social influence techniques are characterized by sequential requests: at least one initial request precedes a target request, which is of real interest to the persuader. Explanations for the
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Interaction effects between explanatory constructs are an important part of many social theories. As analyses of interaction effects between manifest variables (i.e., scale scores) have low power,