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Emotion and Traumatic Conflict: Reclaiming Healing in Education

by Michalinos Zembylas

Do the emotional responses of students and to traumatic conflict constitute insurmountable obstacles in peace education efforts? How do hegemonic narratives shape the emotions of ethnic identity and collective...


Perspectives on Social Psychology

by Clyde Hendrick

Originally published in 1977, this volume was intended to provide a relatively elementary and clear overview of some of the more important approaches to social psychology at the time. There are a number of perspectives...


Coping with Threatened Identities

by Glynis M. Breakwell

People cope with threats to their identities in many different ways. Until the original publication of this title in 1986, there had been no theoretical framework within which to analyse their strategies for...


Relations and Representations: An introduction to the philosophy of social psychological science

by John D. Greenwood

What is the nature of social psychological science? What does a realist approach to human behaviour offer? Originally published in 1991, this lucid introduction to the philosophy of social psychological science...


A Social Psychology of Prejudice

by Douglas W. Bethlehem

Prejudice is a topic of major interest to psychologists and sociologists, but had rarely been given the broad treatment its importance demanded. Originally published in 1985, this title first introduces the...


Property: A Study in Social Psychology

by Ernest Beaglehole

First published in 1931, this book represents an attempt to study the psychological basis of the institution of property. There had been many psychological and social studies of marriage and religion prior to...


Social Fabrics of the Mind

by Michael R.A. Chance

Originally published in 1988, this book outlines a new evolutionary paradigm for understanding human society and mental structure, originating from the editor's work in primate ethology. It is supported and...


Applied Social Psychology and Organizational Settings

by John S. Carroll

Originally published in 1990, this title presents work that bridges social psychology and organizations. The primary goal is understanding, but that goal has two opposite sides: understanding organizations by...


Human Behaviour: Towards a practical understanding

by Jill Ford

Originally published in 1983, this clear-sighted study built an understanding of what human behaviour meant at the time: an understanding which can still be of practical use for those who work with people in...


Social-Cognitive Development in Context

by Felicisima C. Serafica

The relationship between the cognitive and social spheres of human functioning and their context has long been regarded by social and behavioural scientists as a central theoretical issue. By the early 1980s...


Transforming Social Representations: A social psychology of common sense and science

by S. Caroline Purkhardt

Common sense, by definition, is familiar to us all. Science, for some of us, is more remote, yet it is not always clear what the connections are between these two ways of seeing the world. In this title, originally...


Progress in Social Psychology: Volume 1

by Martin Fishbein

Originally published in 1980, this title was the first of a new monograph series in social psychology. The editor presents a format for showing the progress of social psychology as a viable, exciting and relevant...


Consistency in Cognitive Social Behaviour: An introduction to social psychology

by C.J. Mower White

Social psychology remains unbalanced as long as we study human behaviour exclusively 'from the outside', leaving out of account people's own reasons for acting as they do. Originally published in 1982, the result...


Irrationally Yours

by Dr. Dan Ariely & William Haefeli

New York Times bestselling author Dan Ariely teams up with legendary New Yorker cartoonist William Haefeli to present an expanded, illustrated anthology of his immensely popular Wall Street Journal advice column,...


ACA International Counseling Case Studies Handbook

by Roy Moodley, Marguerite Lengyell & Rosa Wu

In this book, designed to increase mental health professionals’ global literacy, authors from 33 countries demonstrate multicultural skills and competencies through case studies that illustrate approaches...


Social Psychology and Politics

by Joseph P. Forgas, Klaus Fiedler & William D. Crano

Social psychology and politics are intricately related, and understanding how humans manage power and govern themselves is one of the key issues in psychology. This volume surveys the latest theoretical and...


Studies in Self Culture and Character: A Man's Value to Society

by Newell Dwight Hillis

Man's evident failure to make the most out of his material life suggests a study of the elements in each citizen that make him of value to his age and community. What are the measurements of mankind, and why...


Shadow Work: The Unpaid, Unseen Jobs That Fill Your Day

by Craig Lambert

With the exception of sleep, humans spend more of their lifetimes on work than any other activity. It is central to our economy, society, and the family. It underpins our finances and our sense of meaning in...


Secrets From the Eating Lab

by Traci Mann, PhD & Traci Mann

Is Your Diet Making You Fat?

From her Health and Eating Laboratory at the University of Minnesota, Professor Traci Mann researches self-control and dieting. And what she has discovered is groundbreaking: not...


Power and Innocence: A Search for the Sources of Violence

by Rollo May

Stressing the positive, creative aspects of power and innocence, Rollo May offers a way of thinking about the problems of contemporary society. Rollo May defines power as the ability to cause or prevent change;...