Expert Psychological Testimony for the Courts
Social Psychology of Political Polarization
Processes of Community Change and Social Action
Reducing Prejudice and Discrimination
Applications of Nonverbal Communication
Edited By Mark Costanzo, Daniel Krauss, Kathy Pezdek
July 18, 2006
During the past two decades, the frequency and range of expert testimony by psychologists have increased dramatically. Courts now routinely hear expert testimony from clinical, cognitive, developmental, and social psychologists. Expert Psychological Testimony for the Courts provides a comprehensive...
Edited By Piercarlo Valdesolo, Jesse Graham
February 17, 2016
The 21st-century political landscape has been defined by deep ideological polarization, and as a result scientific inquiry into the psychological mechanisms underlying this divide has taken on increased relevance. The topic is by no means new to social psychology. Classic literature on intergroup ...
Edited By Michael Hanne, William D. Crano, Jeffery Scott Mio
July 15, 2014
Scholars in many of the disciplines surrounding politics explicitly utilize either a narrative perspective or a metaphor perspective (though rarely the two in combination) to analyze issues -- theoretical and practical, domestic and international -- in the broad field of politics. Among the topics ...
Edited By Allen M. Omoto
March 15, 2005
This volume--an outgrowth of the annual meeting of the Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology--focuses on examples of social change and community action, and the processes at work in creating change. The presenters engaged each other and the audience in thinking about how best to create ...
Edited By Stuart Oskamp
May 01, 2000
Finding ways to reduce prejudice and discrimination is the central issue in attacking racism in our society. Yet this book is almost unique among scientific volumes in its focus on that goal. This important book combines critical analysis of theories about how to reduce prejudice and discrimination...
Edited By Shana Levin, Colette Van Laar
November 11, 2005
This book provides a snapshot of the latest theoretical and empirical work on social psychological approaches to stigma and group inequality. It focuses on the perspective of the stigmatized groups and discusses the effects of the stigma on the individual, the interacting partners, the groups to ...
Edited By Ronald E. Riggio, Robert S. Feldman
February 03, 2005
The goal of this edited volume is to provide a much needed bridge between the research on nonverbal communication and the application of those findings. The book features contributions from some of the leading researchers in the field. These distinguished scholars apply their understanding of ...
Edited By Stewart I. Donaldson, Michael Scriven
August 01, 2002
Today's evaluators are being challenged to help design and evaluate social programs intended to prevent and ameliorate complex social problems in a variety of settings, including schools, communities, and not-for-profit and for-profit organizations. Drawing upon the knowledge and experience of ...
Edited By William D. Crano, Michael Burgoon, Stuart Oskamp
November 01, 2001
This book tells the story of the mass media's potential in the war against drug abuse. It is based on scientific evidence on the use of media in health promotion and disease prevention. Past approaches--successes and failures alike--are included to help enlighten future programs of research and ...