Meaning Construction, the Social World, and the Embodied Mind (New edition)
Edited by Daniel Cervone, Malgorzata Fajkowska, Michael W. Eysenck and Tomasz Maruszewski
Subjects: Eliot Werner Publications, Psychology
Series: EWP Warsaw Lectures in Personality and Social Psychology
Warsaw Lectures in Personality and Social Psychology- Volume 3
Volume 3 of this noteworthy series presents contemporary advances in psychological science that address classic questions about personality dynamics. Twenty-two contributors discuss three challenging themes in personality dynamics: processes of meaning construction, the interplay between personality and the social world, and the embodied nature of the mind.
Several topics, such as personality as a complex system, reciprocal interactions between persons and situations, the interplay of cognitive structures and affective or motivational processes, and the need to study concrete contextualized persons rather than abstract decontextualized variables, cut across the majority of the chapters and lend coherence to the volume as a whole. The book itself is an interacting system of theories and findings intended to spur further advances in the study of personality dynamics.
Introduction: Personality Dynamics
I. PERSONALITY AND MEANING CONSTRUCTION IN SOCIAL CONTEXT
Knowledge, Appraisal, and Personality Dynamics, Daniel Cervone and Gregory Bartoszek.
Dialogical Self Theory in Practice: About Some Interesting Phenomena, Hubert J. M. Hermans and Piotr Ole?
The Construction of Meaning, Shulamith Kreitler
II. PERSONALITY PROCESSES IN A SOCIAL WORLD
The Relational Self: Transference as a Meaning-Making Mechanism, Susan M. Andersen and Elizabeth Przybylinski
Perceived Isolation, John T. Cacioppo and Louise C. Hawkley
Need and Ability in the Process of Knowledge Formation, Ma?gorzata Kossowska and Katarzyna Ja?ko
III. COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE DYNAMICS AND THE EMBODIED MIND
Social Anxiety and Performance, Michael W. Eysenck
Embodied Simulation and the Human Smile: Processing Similarities to Cultural Differences, Paula M. Niedenthal, Magdalena Rychlowska,and Piotr Szarota
Mental Dynamism and Its Constraints: Finding Patterns in the Stream of Consciousness, Robin R. Vallacher, Jay Michaels, Susan Wiese, Urszula Strawinska,and Andrzej Nowak
'This outstanding volume features exciting new developments in the scientific study of personality. It reflects the inevitable interdependencies between epistemic, social and motivational factors that jointly elucidate the fundamental antinomy of human change and stability. A stimulating and inspiring read.' (Arie W. Kruglanski, Distinguished University Professor, University of Maryland, College Park)
Daniel Cervone, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Margorzata Fajkowska, Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities and Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
Michael W. Eysenck, Roehampton University, Whitelands College, London, United Kingdom
Tomasz Maruszewski, Polish Academy of Sciences and Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw, Poland
New Titles List
Michael W. Eysenck
EWP Warsaw Lectures in Personality and Social Psychology
- Personality and Control
- Personality Dynamics - Meaning Construction, the Social World, and the Embodied Mind (New edition)
- Personality from Biological, Cognitive, and Social Perspective
- Personality, Cognition, and Emotion