Selected Works of Edward E. Jones / Edition 1

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Edward E. Jones (1926-1993) was one of the most influential social psychologists of the twentieth century. From his early work on the theory of correspondent inference, which laid the foundation for attribution theory, to later research on the correspondence bias and self-presentation strategies--few people have had such a lasting and profound impact on the field.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471192268
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 8/8/2003
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 464
  • Product dimensions: 6.24 (w) x 9.23 (h) x 0.69 (d)

Table of Contents


Interaction Goals as Bases of Inference in Interpersonal Perception.

Role Playing Variations and their Informational Value for Person Perception.

From Acts to Dispositions: The Attribution Process in Person Perception.

Update of "From Acts From Dispositions: The Attribution Process in Person Perception".

Correspondent Inferences and the Attribution Cube: A Comparative Reappraisal.

Afterword: An Avuncular View.

The Social in Cognition.


The Attribution of Attribution of Attitudes.

The Rocky Road From Acts to Dispositions.


The Actor and the Observer: Divergent Perceptions of the Causes of Behavior.

How Do People Perceive the Causes of Bahavior?

Order Effects in Impression Formation: Attribution Context and the Nature of the Entity.

The Perception of Variability Within In-Groups and Out-Groups: Implications for the Law of Small Numbers.

Polarized Appraisals of Out-Group Members.

Ingratiation: An Attributional Approach.

Toward a General Theory of Self-Presentation.

Drug Choice: A Self-Handicapping Strategy in Response to Noncontingent Success.

Control of Attributions About the Self Through Self-Handicapping Strategies: The Appeal of Alcohol and the Role of Underachievement.

The Framing of Competence.

Concluding Remarks.




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