Table of contents for The handbook of social psychology / [edited by] Daniel T. Gilbert, Susan T. Fiske, Gardner Lindzey.

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PART I: Historical Perspectives
1. Major Developments in Five Decades of Social Psychology, Edward E. Jones, Princeton University
2. The Social Being in Social Psychology, Shelley E. Taylor, University of California, Los Angeles
PART II: Methodological Perspectives
3. Experimentation in Social Psychology, Elliot Aronson, University of California, Santa Cruz, Timothy D. Wilson, University of Virginia, and Marilynn B. Brewer, The Ohio State University
4. Survey Methods, Norbert Schwarz, University of Michigan, Robert M. Groves, University of Michigan and University of Maryland, and Howard Schuman, University of Michigan
5. Measurement, Charles M. Judd, University of Colorado, and Gary H. McClelland, University of Colorado
6. Data Analysis in Social Psychology, David A. Kenny, University of Connecticut, Deborah A. Kashy, Texas A&M University, and Niall Bolger, New York University
PART III: Intrapersonal Phenomena
7. Attitude Structure and Function, Alice H. Eagly, Northwestern University, and Shelly Chaiken, New York University
8. Attitude Change: Multiple Roles for Persuasion Variables, Richard E. Petty, The Ohio State University, and Duane T. Wegener, Purdue University
9. Mental Representation and Memory, Eliot R. Smith, Purdue University
10. Control and Automaticity in Social Life, Daniel M. Wegner, University of Virginia, and John A. Bargh, New York University
11. Behavioral Decision Making and Judgment, Robyn M. Dawes, Carnegie Mellon University
12. Motivation, Thane S. Pittman, Gettysburg College
13. Emotions, Robert B. Zajonc, Stanford University
PART IV: Personal Phenomena
14. Understanding Personality and Social Behavior: A Functional Strategy, Mark Snyder, University of Minnesota, and Nancy Cantor, University of Michigan
15. The Self, Roy F. Baumeister, Case Western Reserve University
16. Social Development in Childhood and Adulthood, Diane N. Ruble, New York University, and Jacqueline J. Goodnow, MacQuarie University
17. Gender, Kay Deaux, City University of New York, and Marianne LaFrance, Boston College
PART V: Interpersonal Phenomena
18. Nonverbal Communication, Bella M. DePaulo, University of Virginia, and Howard S. Friedman, University of California, Riverside
19. Language and Social Behavior, Robert M. Krauss, Columbia University, and Chi-Yue Chiu, University of Hong Kong
20. Ordinary Personology, Daniel T. Gilbert, Harvard University
21. Social Influence: Social Norms, Conformity, and Compliance, Robert B. Cialdini, Arizona State University, and Melanie R. Trost, Arizona State University
22. Attraction and Close Relationships, Ellen Berscheid, University of Minnesota, and Harry T. Reis, University of Rochester
23. Altruism and Prosocial Behavior, C. Daniel Batson, University of Kansas
24. Aggression and Antisocial Behavior, Russell G. Green, University of Missouri
25. Stereotyping, Prejudice, and Discrimination, Susan T. Fiske, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
PART VI: Collective Phenomena
26. Small Groups, John M. Levine, University of Pittsburgh, and Richard L. Moreland, University of Pittsburgh
27. Social Conflict, Dean G. Pruitt, State University of New York at Buffalo
28. Social Stigma, Jennifer Crocker, University of Michigan, Brenda Major, University of California at Santa Barbara, and Claude Steele, Stanford University
29. Intergroup Relations, Marilynn B. Brewer, The Ohio State University, and Rupert J. Brown, University of Kent at Canterbury
30. Social Justice and Social Movements, Tom T. Tyler, University of California, Berkeley, and Heather J. Smith, Sonoma State University
PART VII: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
31. Health Behavior, Peter Salovey, Yale University, Alexander J. Rothman, University of Minnesota, and Judith Rodin, University of Pennsylvania
32. Psychology and Law, Phoebe C. Ellsworth, University of Michigan, and Robert Mauro, University of Oregon
33. Understanding Organizations: Concepts and Controversies, Jeffrey Pfeffer, Stanford University
34. Attitude and Action in the Realm of Politics, Donald R. Kinder, University of Michigan
35. Social Psychology and World Politics, Philip E. Tetlock, The Ohio State University
PART VIII: Emerging Perspectives
36. The Cultural Matrix of Social Psychology, Alan Page Fiske, University of California, Los Angeles, Shinobu Kitayama, Kyoto University, Hazel Rose Markus, Stanford University, and Richard E. Nisbett, University of Michigan
37. Evolutionary Social Psychology, David M. Buss, University of Texas, Austin, and Douglas T. Kenrick, Arizona State University

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Social psychology.