Contents: Part I:Emerging Problems in Social Judgment
Research. R.S. Wyer, Jr., A.J. Lambert, T.L. Budesheim, D.H.
Gruenfeld, Theory and Research on Person Impression Formation:
A Look to the Future. T.D. Wilson, S.D. Hodges, Attitudes as
Temporary Constructions. E.T. Higgins, J.A. Bargh,
Unconscious Sources of Subjectivity and Suffering: Is Consciousness
the Solution? Part II:Research Supporting New Assumptions.
E.R. Smith, The Role of Exemplars in Social Judgment.
G.L. Core, Cognitive Phenomenology: Feelings and the
Construction of Judgment. R.C. Sinclair, M.M. Mark, The
Influence of Mood State on Judgment and Action: Effects on
Persuasion, Categorization, Social Justice, Person Perception, and
Judgmental Accuracy. L.L. Martin, J.W. Achee, Beyond
Accessibility: The Role of Processing Objectives in Judgment. N.
Schwarz, H. Bless, Constructing Reality and Its Alternatives:
An Inclusion/Exclusion Model of Assimilation and Contrast Effects
in Social Judgment. Part III:Toward Theoretical Integration.
F. Strack, The Different Routes to Social Judgments:
Experiential versus Informational Strategies. M.G. Millar, A.
Tesser, The Role of Beliefs and Feelings in Guiding Behavior:
The Mismatch Model. D.E. Carlston, Impression Formation and
the Modular Mind: The Associated Systems Theory.
"...a must for anyone in the field of social judgment. The chapters
in this volume are uniformly excellent. Martin and Tesser have
assembled an outstanding set of authors, all major contributors to
the field....This book has a very contemporary feel to it and
compares quite favorably with such other texts as those in the
Ontario Syposium series..."
-Contemporary Psychology"...will be of interest to those behavioral decision researchers who want to provide themselves with some provocative insights as to how to advance a 'constructive processing perspective' on behavioral decision making."
-Journal of Behavioral Decision Making