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Handbook of motivation science

Author: Shah, James Y. ; Gardner, Wendi L.Publisher: Guilford Press 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 638 p. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781593855680Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Handbook of Motivation Science Contents PART I. A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 1. Core Social Motivations: Views from the Couch, Consciousness, Classroom, Computers, and Collectives Susan T Fiske 3 PART II. FORMS AND SYSTEMS OF MOTIVATION Different Forms of Motivation 2. Belongingness Motivation: A Mainspring of Social Action Mark R. Leary and Cody B. Cox 27 41 57 3. The Many Sides of Control Motivation: Motives for High, Low, and Illusory Control Suzanne C. Thompson and Michele M. Schlehofer 4. Self-Enhancement and Self-Affirmation: The Consequences of Positive Self-Thoughts for Motivation and Health Shelley E. Taylor and David K. Sherman 5. Cognitive Dissonance Theory: An Update with a Focus on the Action-Based Model Eddie Harmon-Jones and Cindy Harmon Jone 71 84 100 6. Motivated Closed-Mindedness and Its Social Consequences Arie W Kruglanski and Woo Young Chun 7. Historical Perspectives and New Directions in Achievement Goal Theory: Understanding the Effects of Mastery and Performance-Approach Goals Corwin Senko, Amanda M. Durik, and Judith M. Harackiewicz 8. A Basic but Uniquely Human Motivation: Terror Management Jeff Greenberg, Sheldon Solomon, and Jamie Arndt 114 135 150 9. Prosocial Motivation C. Daniel Batson, Nadia Ahmad, Adam A. Powell, and E. L. Stocks 10. Implicit Motivation: Past, Present, and Future Melissa J. Ferguson, Ran Hassin, and John A. Bargh Motivational Systems 11. Motivations for Promotion and Prevention Daniel C. Molden, Angela Y Lee, and E. Tory Higgins 169 188 201 217 12. The Neuroevolution of Motivation Gary G. Berntson and John T. Cacioppo 13. Contributions of Attachment Theory and Research to Motivation Science Mario Mikulincer and Phillip R. Shaver 14. Structural Dynamics: The Challenge of Change in Goal Systems James Y. Shah and Arie W Kruglanski PART III. MOTIVATIONAL PROCESSES AND DIFFERENCES Motivational Processes and Goal Pursuits 15. The Goal Construct in Psychology Andrew J. Elliot and James W Fryer 235 251 265 281 295 16. The Impact of Social Comparisons on Motivation Penelope Lockwood and Rebecca T. Pinkus 17. Goal Contagion: Inferring Goals from Others' Actions-and What It Leads To Henk Aarts, Ap Dijksterhuis, and Giel Dik 18. Implicit and Explicit Counteractive Self-Control Ayelet Fishbach and Yaacov Trope 19. Dealing with Unwanted Feelings: The Role of Affect Regulation in Volitional Action Control Sander L. Koole and Julius Kuhl 20. Feedback Processes in the Simultaneous Regulation of Action and Affect Charles S. Carver and Michael F. Scheier 308 325 21. Flexible Tenacity in Goal Pursuit Peter M. Gollwitzer, Elizabeth J. Parks-Stamm, Alexander Jaudas, and Paschal Sheeran 22. The Antecedents and Consequences of Nonconscious Goal Pursuit Tanya L. Chartrand, Amy N. Dalton, and Clara Michelle Cheng 342 356 23. Regulatory Fit E. Tory Higgins 24. Can Satisfaction Reinforce Wanting?: A New Theory about Long-Term Changes in Strength of Motivation Kathleen D. Vohs and Roy F. Baumeister 373 Motivational Differences 25. The Role of Goal Investment in Self-Regulation: Benefits and Costs Eva M. Pomerantz and Serena Shim 393 405 417 434 448 26. Self-Theories, Goals, and Meaning Carol S. Dweck and Heidi Grant 27. Culture and Motivation Beth Morling and Shinobu Kitayama 28. Of Men, Women, and Motivation: A Role Congruity Account Amanda B. Diekman and Alice H. Eagly 29. Developmental Perspectives on Achievement Motivation: Personal and Contextual Influences Lisa Linnenbrink-Garcia and Jennifer A. Fredricks 30. The Interface of Motivation Science and Personology: Self-Concordance, Quality Motivation, and Multilevel Personality Integration Kennon M. Sheldon 465 PART IV. APPLICATIONS OF MOTIVATIONAL RESEARCH Well-Being and Optimal Functioning 31. Challenge, Threat, and Health Jim Blascovich 481 494 32. Understanding the Determinants of Health Behavior Change: Integrating Theory and Practice Alexander J. Rothman, Andrew W Hertel, Austin S. Baldwin, and Roger D. Bartels 33. Social Exclusion, Motivation, and Self-Defeating Behavior: Why Breakups Lead to Drunkenness and Ice Cream Jean M. Twenge 508 34. Personal Goals and Life Dreams: Positive Psychology and Motivation in Daily Life Laura A. King 518 Intergroup and Interpersonal Relations 35. When Self-Protection Hurts: Satisfying Connectedness Motivations in Close Relationships Sandra L. Murray 533 36. Prorelationship Motivation: An Interdependence Theory Analysis of Situations with Conflicting Interests Eli J. Finkel and Caryl E. Rusbult 547 37. Approaching Social Rewards and Avoiding Social Punishments: Appetitive and Aversive Social Motivation Shelly L. Gable and Amy Strachman 561 38. Making Things Better and Worse: Multiple Motives in Stereotyping and Prejudice Steven J. Stroessner and Abigail A. Scholer 576 591 39. System Justification as Conscious and Nonconscious Goal Pursuit John T. Jost, Janina Pietrzak, Ido Liviatan, Anesu N. Mandisodza, and Jaime L. Napier Author Index Subject Index 607 625

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