Handbook of Motivation Science

ISBN-10: 1593855680
ISBN-13: 9781593855680
Edition: 2007
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List price: $105.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 10/25/2007
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 638
Size: 7.75" wide x 10.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.794
Language: English

James Y. Shah, PhD, is Associate Professor of Psychology and Marketing at Duke University. He received his PhD from Columbia University. Dr. Shah’s current research focuses on how goals affect people’s perceptions, behavior, and subjective experiences, with a particular interest in exploring the different regulatory functions of goals, how personal goals are cognitively structured, and how the regulatory and structural nature of goals affects how one feels and how one acts. nbsp; Wendi L. Gardner, PhD, is Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University. She received her PhD from Ohio State University. Dr. Gardner’s research involves two broad areas: the social aspects of the self and the unconscious, and rudimentary levels of evaluation and emotion.

A Historical Perspective
Core Social Motivations: Views from the Couch, Consciousness, Classroom, Computers, and Collectives
Forms and Systems of Motivation Different Forms of Motivation
Belongingness Motivation: The Mainspring of Social Action
The Many Sides of Control Motivation: Motives for High, Low, and Illusory Control
Self-Enhancement and Self-Affirmation: The Consequences of Positive Self-Thoughts for Motivation and Health
Cognitive Dissonance Theory: An Update with a Focus on the Action-Based Model
Motivated Closed-Mindedness and Its Social Consequences
Historical Perspectives and New Directions in Achievement Goal Theory: Understanding the Effects of Mastery and Performance–Approach Goals
A Basic but Uniquely Human Motivation: Terror Management
Prosocial Motivation
Implicit Motivation: Past, Present, and Future
Motivations for Promotion and Prevention
The Neuroevolution of Motivation
Contributions of Attachment Theory and Research to Motivation Science
Structural Dynamics: The Challenge of Change and Goal Systems
Motivational Processes and Differences Motivational Processes and Goal Pursuits
The Goal Construct in Psychology
The Impact of Social Comparisons on Motivation
Goal Contagion: Inferring Goals from Others’ Actions—and What It Leads to,Henk Aarts
Implicit and Explicit Counteractive Self-Control
Dealing with Unwanted Feelings: The Role of Affect Regulation in Volitional Action Control
Feedback Processes in the Simultaneous Regulation of Action and Affect
Flexible Tenacity in Goal Pursuit
The Antecedents and Consequences of Nonconscious Goal Pursuit
Regulatory Fit
Can Satisfaction Reinforce Wanting?: A New Theory about Long-Term Changes in Strength of Motivation
The Role of Goal Investment in Self-Regulation: Benefits and Costs
Self-Theories, Goals, and Meaning
Culture and Motivation
Of Men, Women, and Motivation: A Role Congruity Account
Developmental Perspectives on Achievement Motivation: Personal and Contextual Influences

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