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Self and relationships : connecting intrapersonal and interpersonal processes

Brings together leading investigators who integrate two distinct research domains in social psychology - people's internal worlds and their close relationships. This book presents findings on the bidirectional interplay between internal processes, such as self-esteem and self-regulation, and relationship processes
eBook, English, ©2006
Guilford Press, New York, ©2006
1 online resource (xv, 432 pages) : illustrations
9781593852719, 9781593855321, 9781281124234, 9786611124236, 1593852711, 159385532X, 1281124230, 6611124233
1. Introduction: Self and Relationships, Eli J. Finkel and Kathleen D. VohsI. Self --> RelationshipsSection IA. Self-Regulation2. The Importance of Self-Regulation for Interpersonal Functioning, Catherine D. Rawn and Kathleen D. Vohs3. Pursuing Goals and Perceiving Others: A Self-Regulatory Perspective on Interpersonal Relationships, Gráinne Fitzsimons Section IB. Self-Concept4. Narcissism, Interpersonal Self-Regulation, and Romantic Relationships: An Agency Model Approach, W. Keith Campbell, Amy B. Brunell, and Eli J. Finkel5. Contingencies of Self-Worth and Self-Validation Goals: Implications for Close Relationships, Lora E. Park, Jennifer Crocker, and Kathleen D. Vohs 6. The Inner and Outer Turmoil of Excessive Reassurance Seeking: From Self-Doubts to Social Rejection, Kimberley A. Van Orden and Thomas E. Joiner, Jr.Section IC. Interpersonal Schemas and Orientations7. An Attachment Theory Perspective on the Interplay between Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Processes, Brooke C. Feeney8. Implicit Theories of Relationships and Coping in Romantic Relationships, C. Raymond Knee and Amy Canevello9. Organization of Partner Knowledge: Implications for Liking and Loving, Longevity, and Change, Carolin J. Showers and Alicia Limke10. From Altruism to Aggression: Understanding Social Interaction, Paul A. M. Van LangePart II. Relationships --> SelfSection IIA. Interdependence: Overarching Perspectives11. A Functional, Evolutionary Analysis of the Impact of Interpersonal Events on Intrapersonal Self-Processes, Mark R. Leary12. Rejection's Impact on Self-Defeating, Prosocial, Antisocial, and Self-Regulatory Behaviors, Ginette C. Blackhart, Roy F. Baumeister, and Jean M. Twenge 13. Does the Existence of Social Relationships Matter for Subjective Well-Being?, Richard E. Lucas and Portia S. Dyrenforth 14. Cognitive Interdependence: Considering Self-in-Relationship, Christopher R. Agnew and Paul E. EtcheverrySection IIB. Specific Social Interaction Processes15. High-Maintenance Interaction and Self-Regulation, Eli J. Finkel, W. Keith Campbell, and Amy B. Brunell 16. The Michelangelo Phenomenon: Partner Affirmation and Self-Movement toward One's Ideal, Madoka Kumashiro, Caryl E. Rusbult, Scott T. Wolf, and Marie-Joelle Estrada 17. The Effect of Shared Participation in Novel and Challenging Activities on Experienced Relationship Quality: Is It Mediated by High Positive Affect?, Greg Strong and Arthur Aron 18. Self-Regulation in Interpersonal Relationships: The Case of Action versus State Orientation, Sander L. Koole, Julius Kuhl, Nils B. Jostmann, and Catrin Finkenauer Section IIC. Interpersonal Cognitive Processes19. When Your Wish Is My Desire: A Triangular Model of Self-Regulatory Relationships, James Shah20. Succeeding at Self-Control through a Focus on Others: The Roles of Social Practice and Accountability in Self-Regulation, Elizabeth A. Seeley and Wendi L. Gardner