Social cognition and communication
Social cognition and communication
（The Sydney Symposium of Social Psychology series）
Psychology Press, 2014
- : hbk
- : pbk
大学図書館所蔵 件 / 全9件
: pbk361.4||F 3916107243
Includes bibliographical references and index
Language is the essence of interpersonal behavior and social relationships, and it is social cognitive processes that determine how we produce and understand language. However, there has been surprisingly little interest in the past linking social cognition and communication. This book presents the latest cutting-edge research from a select group of leading international scholars investigating the how language shapes our thinking, and how social cognitive processes in turn influence language production and communication. The chapters represent diverse perspectives of investigating the links between language and communication, including evolutionary, linguistic, cognitive and affective approaches as well as the empirical analysis of written and spoken narratives. New methodologies are presented including the latest techniques of text analysis to illuminate the psychology of individual language users, and entire cultures and societies. The chapters address such questions as how are cognitive and identity processes reflected in language? How do affective states influence language production? Are political correctness norms in language use effective? How do partners manage to accommodate to each other's communicative expectations? What is the role of language as a medium of interpersonal and intergroup influence? How are individual and cultural identities reflected in, and shaped by narratives in literature, school texts and the media? The book is aimed at all students, researchers and laypersons interested in the interplay between thinking and communication, and should be required reading for all professionals who use language in their everyday work to interact with people.
I. Introduction Pennebaker, James W. & Chung, Cindy K, Counting little words in big data: the psychology of communities, culture and history. Giles, Howard & Gasiorek, J., Parameters of non-accommodation: refining and elaborating communication accommodation theory. Laszlo, J. & Ehmann, B., Narrative social psychology. Fiedler, K. & Mata, A., The art of exerting verbal influence through powerful lexical stimuli. II. Cognitive and affective influences on communication Beukeboom, Camiel J., Mechanisms of linguistic bias: How words reflect and maintain stereotypic expectancies Forgas, Joseph P., Feeling and speaking: affective influences on communication strategies and language use. Kissine, Mikhail & Klein, Olivier, Models of communication, epistemic trust and epistemi vigilance. Abele, Andrea A. & Bruckmuller, Suzanne, Are there systematic differences in describing self vs. others in terms of agentic and communal traits? Koch, Alex, Forgas, Joseph P. & Goldenberg, Liz, In the mood to break the rules: affective influences on linguistic abstraction and adherence to Grice's conversational maxims. III. Communication, identity and group processes Pearson, Adam R. & Dovidio, John F., Intergroup fluency: How processing experiences shape intergroup cognition and communication. Crano, William D & Alvaro, Eusebio M., Social factors that affect the processing of minority-sourced persuasive communications. Peters, Kim and Yoshihisha Kashima., Gossiping as moral social action: A functionalist account of gossiper perceptions. Vincze, Orsolya, Ilg, Barbara & Polya, Tibor., The role of narrative perspective in the elaboration of individual and historical traumas. Cooper, Joel & Trujillo,Matthew., Multiple meanings of communicative acts in the reduction of vicarious cognitive dissonance. IV. Social and cultural influences on communication Maass, Anne, Suitner, Caterina & Merkel, Elisa., Does political correctness make (social) sense? Fulop, Eva, Cserto, Istvan Ilg, Barbara, Szabo, Zsolt, slugoski, Ben and Laszlo, Janos., Emotional elaboration of collective traumas in histporical narratives Nencini, Alessio ,Narrative constructions in Italian identity: an investigation into literary texts over time. Catellani, Patrizia & Bertolotti, Mauro, Political communication, social cognitiuve processes and voters' judgments.
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