Oxford handbook of psychological situations

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9780190263348
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Oxford handbook of psychological situations
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N/D
Fecha de edición:
22 sept. 2020
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Autor:
Rauthmann, John F. / Sherman, Ryne A. / Funder, David C.
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Inglés
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Libro
Páginas:
518
Lugar de edición:
Reino Unido
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OXFORD LIBRARY OF PSYCHOLOGY
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Cartoné

Situations matter. They let people express their personalities and values; provoke motivations, emotions, and behaviors; and are the contexts in which people reason and act. The psychological assessment of situations is a new and rapidly developing area of research, particularly within the fields of personality and social psychology. This volume compiles state-of-the-art knowledge on psychological situations in chapters written by experts in their respective research areas. Bringing together historical reviews, theoretical pieces, methodological descriptions, and empirical applications, this volume is the definitive, go-to source for a psychology of situations.

Preface
Section I: Concepts
Chapter 1. Personality as a situation: A target-centered perspective on social situations
Jens Asendorpf
Chapter 2. The Nonlinear Interaction of Person and Situation (NIPS) Model and its Values for a Psychology of Situations
Gabriela Blum and Manfred Schmitt
Chapter 3. Behavior Genetic Approaches for Situation Research
Daniel Briley
Chapter 4. Other People as Situations: Relational Context Shapes Psychological Phenomena
Margaret S. Clark, Edward P. Lemay, Jr., and Harry T. Reis
Chapter5. Culture's Constraints: The Role of Situational Constraint in Cultural Systems
Michele J. Gelfand, Nava Caluori, Sarah Gordon, Jana Raver, Lisa Nishii, Lisa Leslie, and Janetta Lun
Chapter 6. Situational Strength Theory: A Formalized Conceptualization of a Popular Idea
Rustin D. Meyer, Elnora D. Kelly, and Nathan A. Bowling
Chapter 7. Navigating Interdependent Social Situations
Catherine Molho and Daniel Balliet
Chapter 8. Evolutionary Perspectives on Situations
Rebecca Neel, Nicolas A. Brown, and Oliver Sng
Chapter 9. The Interpersonal Situation: An Integrative Framework for the Study of Personality, Psychopathology, and Psychotherapy
Aaron L. Pincus, Christopher J. Hopwood, and Aidan G. C. Wright
Chapter 10. The ecological rationality of situations: Behavior = f(Adaptive Toolbox, Environment)
Peter M. Todd and Gerd Gigerenzer
Chapter 11. A Personality Perspective on Situations
Joshua Wilt and William Revelle
Chapter 12. Functional Approaches to Representing the Interplay of Situations, Persons, and Behavior Dustin Wood, Seth M. Spain, and P.D. Harms
Section II: Methods
Chapter 13. The Use of Virtual Reality for Understanding Situations: A Fixed Effects Design
David Gallardo-Pujol and Macià Buades-Rotger
Chapter 14. Cross-Cultural Assessment of Situation Experience
Gwendolyn Gardiner, Erica Baranski, Janina and Larissa Buehler
Chapter 15. Latent Variable Modeling of Person-Situation Data
Christian Geiser, Fred Hintz, G. Leonard Burns, and Mateu Servera
Chapter 16. Computational Modeling of Person-Situation Transactions: How Accumulation of Situational Experiences Can Shape the Distributions of Trait Scores
René Mõttus, Mike Allerhand, and Wendy Johnson
Chapter 17. Network analysis for psychological situations
Giulio Costantini, Marco Perugini
Chapter 18. The Riverside Situational Q-sort
Kyle S. Sauerberger and David C. Funder
Chapter 19. Naturalistic Assessment of Situations Using Mobile Sensing Methods
Gabriella M. Harari, Sandrine R. Müller, and Samuel D. Gosling
Chapter 20. Ecological Sampling Methods for Studying Everyday Situations
Cornelia Wrzus and Matthias R. Mehl
Section III: Taxonomies
Chapter 21. Organizing Situation Characteristics by their Influences on Big Five States
Anselma G. Hartley, Eranda Jayawickreme, and William Fleeson
Chapter 22. Assessment of Situational Perceptions: Measurement Issues and a Joint Taxonomization of Persons and Situations
Kai T. Horstmann, Johanna Ziegler, and Matthias Ziegler
Chapter 23. The lexical approach to situations: History, Theory, and Practice
Scott Parrigon
Chapter 24. Language, Subjectivity, Culture, Comprehensiveness, and Structure: Considerations for a Classification of Situations
Gerard Saucier
Chapter 25. The Psychological Characteristics of Situations: Towards an Integrated Taxonomy
John Rauthmann, Kai Horstmann, and Ryne Sherman
Section IV: Applications
Chapter 26. Person-Situation Transactions Across the Lifespan
Katherine Corker and Brent Donnellan
Chapter 27. Health and Situations
Nicolas Brown, David Condon, and Dan Mroczek
Chapter 28. What neuroscience can tell us about social situations: Challenges and Opportunities
Kalina J. Michalska, Gwen Gardiner, and Brent L. Hughes
Chapter 29. Medical Situations
Patrick Morse and Kate Sweeney
Chapter 30. Situations at work: A review of situational factors in understanding work behavior
Robert P. Tett, Jennifer Ragsdale, Sylvia Luu, and Nathan Hundley
Chapter 31. The Culturally Situated Process of Personality Judgment
Yu Yang

Edited by John F. Rauthmann, Professor of Personality Psychology, University of Lübeck, Edited by Ryne Sherman, Chief Science Officer, Hogan Assessment Systems, and Edited by David C. Funder, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, University of California, Riverside

John F. Rauthmann is Professor of Personality Psychology and Psychological Assessment at the University of Lübeck. He is the inaugural Editor in Chief of the open access journal Personality Science and is interested in dynamic transactions between personality and environments. Ryne Sherman is Chief Science Officer at Hogan Assessment Systems. Prior to taking this role he was an Associate Professor of Psychology at Texas Tech University from and Florida Atlantic University. In 2016 Dr. Sherman was named a Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science and in 2018 he received the SAGE Young Scholars Award. He has authored more than 60 scientific papers and book chapters on the topic of personality psychology. David C. Funder is Distinguished Professor of Psychology at University of California, Riverside. He is the former editor of the Journal of Research in Personality and a recipient of the Jack Block Award for Distinguished Research in Personality.

Contributors:

Mike Allerhand
University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh, Scotland

Jens B. Asendorpf
Humboldt University
Berlin, Germany

Daniel Balliet
VU Amsterdam
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Erica Baranski
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA, USA

Gabriela S. Blum

Nathan A. Bowling
Wright State University
Dayton, OH, 45435

Daniel A. Briley
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Champaign, IL, USA

Nicolas A. Brown
Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL, USA

Macià Buades-Rotger
University of Lübeck
Lübeck, Germany

Janina Larissa Buehler
University of Basel
Basel, Switzerland

G. Leonard Burns
Washington State University
Pullman, WA, USA

Nava Caluori,
University of Maryland
College Park, MD, USA

Margaret S. Clark
Yale University
New Haven, CT, USA

David M. Condon,
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL, USA

Giulio Costantini
University of Milan-Bicocca
Milan, Italy

Katherine S. Corker
Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI, USA

M. Brent Donnellan
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX, USA

William Fleeson
Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem, NC, USA

David C. Funder
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA, USA

David Gallardo-Pujol1
University of Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain

Gwendolyn Gardiner
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA, USA

Christian Geiser
Utah State University
Logan, UT, USA

Michele J. Gelfand,
University of Maryland
College Park, MD, USA

Gerd Gigerenzer
Max Planck Institute for Human Development
Berlin, Germany

Sarah Gordon
University of Maryland
College Park, MD, USA

Samuel D. Gosling
The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX, USA
&
The University of Melbourne
Melbourne, Australia

Gabriella M. Harari
Stanford University
Stanford, CA, USA

P.D. Harms
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL, USA

Anselma G. Hartley
Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem, NC, USA

Fred Hintz
Utah State University
Logan, UT, USA

Kai T. Horstmann
Humboldt University
Berlin, Germany

Christopher J. Hopwood
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI, USA

Brent L. Hughes
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA, USA

Eranda Jayawickreme
Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem, NC, USA

Wendy Johnson
University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh, Scotland

Elnora D. Kelly
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA, USA

Edward P. Lemay, Jr.
University of Maryland
College Park, MD, USA

Lisa Leslie
New York University
New York, NY, USA

Janetta Lun
National Institutes for Health
Rockville, MD, USA

Matthias R. Mehl
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ, USA

Rustin D. Meyer
Penn State University
State College, PA, USA

Kalina J. Michalska
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA, USA

Catherine Molho
VU Amsterdam
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Patrick Morse
Belmont University
Nashville, TN, USA

René Mõttus
University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh, Scotland

Daniel K. Mroczek
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL, USA

Sandrine R. Müller
The University of Cambridge
Cambridge, England

Rebecca Neel,
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA, USA

Lisa Nishii
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY, USA

Scott Parrigon
Purdue University
Lafayette, IN, USA

Jana Raver
Queens University
Kingston, ON, CA

Marco Perugini
University of Milan-Bicocca
Milan, Italy

Aaron L. Pincus
Penn State University
State College, PA, USA

John F. Rauthmann
University of Lübeck
Lübeck, Germany

Harry T. Reis
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY, USA

William Revelle
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL, USA

Gerard Saucier
University of Oregon
Eugene, OR, USA

Kyle S. Sauerberger
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA, USA

Manfred Schmitt

Mateu Servera
University of Balearic Islands
Palma, Spain

Ryne A. Sherman
Hogan Assessment Systems
Tulsa, OK, USA

Oliver Sng
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Seth M. Spain
Binghamton University
Binghamton, NY, USA

Kate Sweeny
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA, USA

Robert P. Tett, Ph.D.
The University of Tulsa
Tulsa, OK, USA

Peter M. Todd
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN, USA

Joshua Wilt
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Oh, USA

Dustin Wood
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL, USA

Aidan G. C. Wright
University of Pittsburg
Pittsburg, PA, USA

Cornelia Wrzus
Johannes Gutenberg University
Mainz, Germany

Yu Yang
ShanghaiTech University
Shanghai, P.R China

Johanna Ziegler
Humboldt University
Berlin, Germany

Matthias Ziegler
Humboldt University
Berlin, Germany

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