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date: 04 July 2020

(p. xv) Contents

(p. xv) Contents

  1. Part OneHistory and Foundations of Social Cognition

    1. 1. On the Nature of Social Cognition: My Defining Moment 3

      Donal E. Carlston

    2. 2. The Emergence of Social Cognition 16

      David L. Hamilton and Donal E. Carlston

    3. 3. Measurement and Methodology in Social Cognition: A Historical Perspective 33

      Alan J. Lambert and Laura Scherer

    4. 4. A Brief History of Theory and Research on Impression Formation 53

      James S. Uleman and Laura M. Kressel

    5. 5. Automaticity and Control in Stereotyping and Prejudice: The Revolutionary Role of Social Cognition Across Three Decades of Research 74

      Margo J. Monteith, Anna Woodcock, and Jill E. Gulker

    6. 6. Attribution as a Gateway to Social Cognition 95

      Glenn D. Reeder

    7. 7. Attitudes and Social Cognition as Social Psychological Siblings 118

      Duane T. Wegener and Richard E. Petty

  2. Part TwoMental Representation and Information Processing

    1. 8. The Role of Visual Imagery in Social Cognition 147

      Lisa K. Libby and Richard P. Eibach

    2. 9. Faces are Central to Social Cognition 167

      Kurt Hugenberg and John Paul Wilson

    3. 10. The Highs and Lows of Mental Representation: A Construal Level Perspective on the Structure of Knowledge 194

      SoYon Rim, Yaacov Trope, Nira Liberman, and Oren Shapira

    4. 11. Implicit Social Cognition and Mental Representation 220

      B. Keith Payne and C. Daryl Cameron

    5. 12. Automaticity 239

      Ap Dijksterhuis

    6. 13. The Role of Procedural Knowledge in the Generalizability of Social Behavior 257

      Robert S. Wyer Jr., Hao Shen, and Alison Jing Xu

    7. 14. Dual Process Theories 282

      Bertram Gawronski and Laura A. Creighton

    8. (p. xvi) 15. The “Cold” and “Hot” Sides of Attention 313

      Daniel Smilek and Alexandra Frischen

    9. 16. On Misers, Managers, and Monsters: The Social Cognition of Visual Perception 329

      Emily Balcetis and Shana Cole

    10. 17. Person Memory: Past, Perspectives, and Prospects 352

      John J. Skowronski, Randy J. McCarthy, and Brett M. Wells

    11. 18. Judgment and Decision Making 375

      Leaf Van Boven, Mark Travers, Jacob Westfall, and Gary McClelland

    12. 19. Mental Simulation: Looking Back in Order to Look Ahead 402

      Keith D. Markman and Elizabeth A. Dyczewski

    13. 20. Thought Suppression 417

      Sadia Najmi

  3. Part ThreeSocial Cognition and Social Psychology

    1. 21. Moods, Emotions, and Evaluations as Information 435

      Linda M. Isbell and Elicia C. Lair

    2. 22. Motivated Remembering: Remembering as Accessibility and Accessibility as Motivational Relevance 463

      Baruch Eitam, David B. Miele, and E. Tory Higgins

    3. 23. The Mind in Motivation: A Social Cognitive Perspective on the Role of Consciousness in Goal Pursuit 476

      Melissa Ferguson and Jeremy Cone

    4. 24. The Social Cognition of the Self 497

      Allen R. McConnell, Christina M. Brown, and Tonya M. Shoda

    5. 25. Cherished Memories: Autobiographical Memory and the Self 517

      Denise R. Beike

    6. 26. Self-Evaluation and Self-Esteem 534

      Mark R. Leary and Meredith L. Terry

    7. 27. Stereotype Development and Formation 548

      Steven J. Sherman, Jeffrey W. Sherman, Elise J. Percy, and Courtney K. Soderberg

    8. 28. Social Power and Cognition 575

      Ana Guinote

    9. 29. Interpersonal Cognition: Seeking, Understanding, and Maintaining Relationships 590

      Gráinne M. Fitzsimons and Joanna Anderson

    10. 30. Group Cognition: Collective Information Search and Distribution 616

      John M. Levine and Eliot R. Smith

  4. Part FourSynergies with Other Realms of Social Science

    1. 31. Interfacing Body, Mind, the Physical, and the Social World: Socially Situated Cognition 637

      Gün R. Semin, Margarida V. Garrido, and Tomás Palma

    2. (p. xvii) 32. Evolutionary Social Cognition 656

      Steven L. Neuberg, D. Vaughn Becker, and Douglas T. Kenrick

    3. 33. Mortal Cognition: Viewing Self and the World from the Precipice 680

      Jeff Greenberg, Mark J. Landau, and Jamie Arndt

    4. 34. The Neuroscience of Social Cognition 702

      David M. Amodio and Kyle G. Ratner

    5. 35. Communication and Language Use in Social Cognition 729

      Yoshihisa Kashima and Ying Lan

    6. 36. Social Cognitive Development: Learning from Others 749

      Gail D. Heyman and Cristine H. Legare

    7. 37. Culture and Social Cognition 767

      Chi-yue Chiu, Sharon S.-L. Ng, and Evelyn W.-M. Au

    8. 38. The Person–Situation Interaction 786

      John F. Kihlstrom

    9. 39. Consumer Information Processing 806

      Frank R. Kardes and Robert S. Wyer Jr.

    10. 40. Law and Social Cognition 829

      Barbara A. Spellman and Frederick Schauer

    11. 41. “Hot” Political Cognition: Its Self-, Group-, and System-Serving Purposes 851

      John T. Jost, Erin P. Hennes, and Howard Lavine

    12. 42. Social Cognition and Health 876

      Shelley E. Taylor

    13. 43. Trends in Social Cognition Research 894

      Donal E. Carlston and Erica D. Schneid