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Contributions To Information Integration Theory : Volume 2: Social

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Contributions To Information Integration Theory : Volume 2: Social
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Contributions To Information Integration Theory
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Volume 2: Social
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eng
Summary
The theory of information integration provides a unified, general approach to the three disciplines of cognitive, social, and developmental psychology. Each of these volumes illustrates how the concepts and methods of this experimentally-grounded theory may be productively applied to core problems in one of these three disciplines
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Contributions To Information Integration Theory : Volume 2: Social
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Contributions To Information Integration Theory : Volume 2: Social
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  • Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- CHAPTER CONTENTS -- Dedication -- PREFACE -- Chapter 1. A SOCIAL AVERAGING THEOREM FOR GROUP DECISION MAKING -- Social Averaging -- Overview of Results -- TEST OF THE SOCIAL AVERAGING THEOREM -- APPLICATION TO COALITIONS -- COMPARISON OF TWO THEORIES -- GENERAL DISCUSSION -- Social Averaging Theory -- Individual Differences -- Social Decision Schemes -- Interaction Processes -- GENERAL THEORY -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 2. COGNITIVE ALGEBRA OF INTERPERSONAL UNFAIRNESS -- SOME BASIC ISSUES OF EQUITY THEORY -- Characteristics of Equity Judgment -- Two Obstacles to Equity Analysis: Multiple Determination and Personal Values -- Three Illustrative Problems -- COGNITIVE ALGEBRA OF EQUITY AND INEQUITY -- Three Models of Fairness -- Three Models of Unfairness -- BASIC UNFAIRNESS MODEL -- INPUT AND OUTCOME PROCESSING -- Multiple Outcomes -- Multiple Inputs -- STUDIES OF OUTCOME PROCESSING -- Processing of Multiple Outcomes -- Multiple Comparison Persons -- Overpayment and Underpayment -- Interpersonal Salience -- Input-Outcome Linkage -- SUMMARY AND DISCUSSION -- Cognitive Algebra -- Criticisms of Integration Equity Theory -- Cognitive Analysis -- Social Analysis -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 3. MORAL ALGEBRA OF HARM AND RECOMPENSE -- EXPERIMENT 1: PARADOXICAL EFFECT OF RECOMPENSE -- EXPERIMENT 2: AVERAGING RULE FOR RECOMPENSE -- EXPERIMENT 3: ORDER INVARIANCE OF INTEGRATION RULES -- EXPERIMENT 4: TWO COMPONENTS OF RECOMPENSE -- GENERAL DISCUSSION -- Moral Algebra -- Structure of Recompense -- Law and Moral Algebra -- Empirical Analysis of Legal Schemas -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX -- Chapter 4. TWO PROBLEMS IN COGNITIVE ALGEBRA: IMPUTATIONS AND AVERAGING VERSUS MULTIPLYING -- THEORETICAL BACKGROUND -- Imputations -- Averaging versus Multiplying -- EXPERIMENTS 1-3: ANALYSIS WITH A TWO-OPERATION MODEL
  • EXPERIMENT 4: TEST FOR IMPUTATIONS -- EXPERIMENT 5: VERIFICATION OF AVERAGING-MULTIPLYING RULE USING SET-SIZE EFFECT -- EXPERIMENT 6: TEST WITH SOURCE RELIABILITY -- GENERAL DISCUSSION -- Cognitive Algebra and Imputations -- Further Work -- Concluding Comments -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 5. STEREOTYPE THEORY -- INTEGRATION AND VALUATION WITH STEREOTYPES -- Integrated Judgments about Individuals -- Group-Related Judgments -- Stereotypes and Valuation -- THEORETICAL ISSUES -- Stability Functions of Stereotypes -- Functional Memory -- Measurement of Stereotypes -- Function and Bias -- Accentuation Effects -- Social Roles -- GENERAL THEORY -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 6. PSYCHODYNAMICS OF EVERYDAY LIFE: BLAMING AND AVOIDING BLAME -- BLAME SCHEMA -- Consequences -- Culpa -- Algebra of Blame -- BLAME REDUCTION -- Prior Blame -- Reducing Harm -- Reducing Culpa -- Excuses and Justification -- Excuses in Shakespeare -- Kinds of Excuses -- TOPICS IN BLAME -- Why's of Blame -- Defensive Attribution -- Just World Hypothesis -- Fairness and Credit -- PSYCHODYNAMICS OF EVERYDAY LIFE -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- INDEX TO VOLUME II
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