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Self continuity: individual and collective perspectives

Author: Sani, Fabio Publisher: Psychology Press, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 273 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780805857016Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Self Continuity Individual and Collective Perspectives Contents The Editor Contributors 1 Introduction and Overview Fahio Sani xi xiii 1 SECTION I CULTURAL AND SOCIETAL DIMENSIONS OF SELF CONTINUITY 2 Self in Time: Emergence within a Community of Minds Katherine Nelson 13 3 Toward a Cultural Phenomenology of Personal Identity Romin W Tafarodi 27 SECTION II SELF CONTINUITY, AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORY, AND IDENTITY 4 Autobiographical Memory in Childhood and the Development of a Continuons Self Amy Bit-d and naine Reese 43 5 Remembering Being Me: The Self Continuity Function of Autobiographical Memory in Younger and Older Adults 55 Susan Black and Nicole Alea 6 The Contributions of Autobiographical Memory to the Content and Continuity of Identity: A Social-Cognitive Neuroscience Approach Donna Rose Addis and Lynette J. Tippett 71 SECTION III SELF CONTINUITY MOTIVES AND MAINTENANCE STRATEGIES 7 The Never-Ending Story: A Terror Management Perspective on the Psychological Function of Self Continuity Mark J. Landau, Jeff Greenberg, and Sheldon Salomon 87 8 Spanning Time: An Amoebic Self-Perspective Christopher T Burris and John K. Rempel 101 SECTION IV THE CONTINUITY OF GROUPS AND COLLECTIVE SELVES 9 Perceiving Continuity and Change in Groups David L. Hamilton, John M. Levine, and Joel A. Thurston 117 10 The Intergenerational Self: Subjective Perspective and Family History Robyn Fivush, Jennifer G. Bohanek, and Marshall Duke 131 11 Making a Past Fit for the Future: The Political and Ontological Dimensions of Historical Continuity Steve Reicher 145 12 Perceived Collective Continuity: Seeing Groups as Temporally Enduring Entities Fabio Sani, Mhairi Bowe, and Marina Herrera 159 SECTION V COLLECTIVE SELF CONTINUITY IN A TIME OF CHANGE 13 Leaders as Agents of Continuity: Self Continuity and Resistance to Collective Change Daan van Knippenberg, Barbara van Knippenberg, and Andrea Bobbio 175 14 Tom between Identifies: Predictors of Adjustment to Identity Change Aarti Iyer, Jolanda Jetten, and Dimitrios Tsivrikos 187 SECTION VI THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE SELF CONTINUITY 15 Conceptions of the Human Self and Human Rights: Implications for the Psychological Continuity of Less Inclusive Selves Mark A. Nolan and Nyla Branscombe 201 16 Personal Persistence and Persistent Peoples: Continuities in the Lives of Individual and Mole Cultural Communities Michael J. Chandler and Traris Proulx 213 17 Nostalgia as Enabler of Self Continuity Constantine Sedikides, Tint Wildschut, Lowell Gaertner, Clay Routledge, and Jamie Arndt 227 SECTION VII COMMENTARIES 18 "Know Thyself!" ... But What, How, and Why? Philippe Rochat 243 19 Commenting on Continuity: A View from Social Psychology Russell Spears 253 Index 267

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