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Toward a psychology of situations: an international perspective

Author: Magnusson, David Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1981.Language: EnglishDescription: 464 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0898590612Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Toward A Psychology of Situations: An Interactional Perspective Contents Preface ix PART I Issues 1. Problems in Environmental Analyses--An Introduction 2. David Magnusson ........................................................................................... 3 3. Wanted: A Psychology of Situations David Magnusson ........................................................................................ 9 PART II Actual Environments and Situations 4. Environmental Assessment and Situational Analysis Kenneth H. Craik ........................................................................................ 37 5. Situation and Generalization in Two Behavioral Domains Donald W. Fiske ........................................................................................ 49 6. The Experimental Study of the Basic Features of Situations Michael Argyle ........................................................................................... 63 7. Studying Situational Dimensions: A Grand Perspective and Some Limited Empiricism Jack Block and Jeanne H. Block ................................................................. 85 7. Risky Situations Richard H. Price ......................................................................................... 103 8. Perceptions of and Reactions to Work Situations: Some Implications of an Action Control Approach Winfried Hacker .......................................................................................... 113 9. Environment and Response Gösta Carisson ................................................ 135 PART III Perceived Situations and Environments 10. On Meanings of Situations and Social Control of Such Meaning in Human Communication Ragnar Rommetveit ................................................................................... 151 11. The Psychological Situation in Social-Learning Theory Julian B. Rotter ......................................................................................... 169 12. Knowing More Than We Can Say Leads to Saying More Than We Can Know: On Being Implicitly Informed Kenneth S. Bowers .................................................................................... 179 13. The Importance of Cognition and Moderator Variables in Stress Irwin G. Sarason and Barbara R. Sarason ................................................. 195 14. Structure of Situation and Action: Some Remarks on Formal Theory of Action Maria Nowakowska .................................................................................... 211 15. Perceptions of Situations: Situation Prototypes and Person-Situation Prototypes Nancy Cantor ............................................................................................. 229 16. Assessing Situations by Assessing Persons Daryl J. Bern ......................... 245 17. Life Situations and Episodes as a Basis for Situational Influence on Action Lennart Sjöberg .......................................................................................... 259 18. Psychological Climate: Theoretical Perspectives and Empirical Research Lawrence R. James and S. B. Sells ......................................................... 275 19. The Perceived Environment in Psychological Theory and Research Richard Jessor ......................................................................................... 297 PART IV Person-Environment Interactions 20. The Role of Situations in Early Psychological Development J. McVicker Hunt ....................................................................................... 323 21. The Relation of Situations to Behavior Lawrence A. Pervin .................................................................................. 343 22. Situational Aspects of Interactional Psychology Norman S. Endler .................................................................................... 361 23. A Model for Studying the Interaction Between the Objective Situation and a Person's Construction of the Situation Lars Nystedt .............................................................................................. 375 24. Group x Place Transactions: Some Neglected Issues in Psychological Research on Settings Daniel Stokols ........................................................................................... 393 References Author Index Subject Index 417 451 461

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