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PART 1. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENCE OF MONEY Chapter 1. A Psychological Perspective on Money By Erik Bijleveld and Henk Aarts Chapter 2. Money: Metaphors and Motives By Stephen E.G. Lea and Paul Webley Chapter 3. Materiality, Symbol and Complexity in the Anthropology of Money By Taylor C. Nelms and Bill Maurer PART 2. DEALING WITH MONEY: BIOLOGICAL AND COGNITIVE MECHANISMS Chapter 4. Conscious and Unconscious Influences of Money: Two Sides of the Same Coin? By Remi L. Capa and Ruud Custers Chapter 5. The (Relative and Absolute) Subjective Value of Money By Eva C. Buechel and Carey K. Morewedge Chapter 6. Financial decision making across adulthood By Gregory R. Samanez-Larkin, Todd A. Hagen, and Daniel J. Weiner Chapter 7. Motivation and Cognitive Control: Going Beyond Monetary Incentives By Marie K. Krug and Todd S. Braver Chapter 8. Pathological gambling: Who gains from others' losses? By Ronen Huberfeld and Pinhas N. Dannon PART 3. DEALING WITH MONEY: MEANING-MAKING PROCESSES Chapter 9. The Psychology of Getting Paid: An Integrated Perspective By Arlen Moller and Edward L. Deci Chapter 10. The Psychological Science of Spending Money By Travis J. Carter Chapter 11. Two Sides of the Same Coin : Money can Promote and Hinder Interpersonal Processes By Nicole L. Mead and Anika Stuppy
Erik Bijleveld is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Social and Organizational Psychology at Utrecht University. His research focuses on investigating nonconscious, motivational processes. More specifically, his present line of research aims to show that nonconscious and conscious varieties of motivation operate in similar ways, at least when it comes to the allocation of mental resources. Henk Aarts completed graduate training as an experimental social psychologist at Nijmegen University, where he worked on habit and decision making. Since 2004 he has been a Full Professor in Social Psychology at Utrecht University. His work deals with several topics related to the role of goals in automatic processes of social cognition and behavior.