Personal Control in Action: Cognitive and Motivational Mechanisms / Edition 1

Personal Control in Action: Cognitive and Motivational Mechanisms / Edition 1

ISBN-10:
0306457202
ISBN-13:
9780306457203
Pub. Date:
06/30/1998
Publisher:
Springer US

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Personal Control in Action: Cognitive and Motivational Mechanisms / Edition 1

This new study presents exciting international research developments on personal control and self-regulation. Each chapter examines the subject at a different level of analysis to foster a complete understanding. Brief synopses of each chapter are provided as introductions to the three major sections of the book. These sections cover the person as an agent of control, affective and cognitive mechanisms of executive agency, and reactions to threatened control.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780306457203
Publisher: Springer US
Publication date: 06/30/1998
Series: The Springer Series in Social Clinical Psychology
Edition description: 1998
Pages: 460
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

The Person as an Agent of Control: Personal Control from the Perspective of Cognitive-Experiential Self-Theory; S. Epstein. Dynamics in the Coordination of Mind and Action; R.R. Vallacher, et al. Opening Versus Closing Strategies in Controlling One's Responses to Experience; M. Rosenbaum. A Terror Management Perspective on the Psychology of Control: Controlling the Uncontrollable; T. Pyszczynski, et al. Affective and Cognitive Mechanisms of Executive Agency: The Emotional Control of Behavior; J.W. Brehm, B.H. Brummett. Mood Management: The Role of Processing Strategies in Affect Control and Affect Infusion; J.P. Forgas, et al. Ability Perception and Cardiovascular Response to Behavioral Challenge; R.A. Wright. Confirmation Bias: Cognitive Error or Adaptive Strategy of Action Control?; M. Lewicka. Threatened Personal Control: Mobilization versus Demobilization: To Control or Not to Control; D. Dolinski. Interpersonal Power Repair in Response to Threats to Control from Dependent Others; D.B. Bugental, J.C. Lewis. Control Motivation, Depression, and Counterfactual Thought; K.D. Markman, G. Weary. 6 Additional Chapters. Index.

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