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Jodie A. Baird, Assistant Professor

Rock, P.F., and J. Baird. 2012. Tell the Teacher or Tell the Bully Off: Children's Strategy Production for Bystanders to Bullying. Social Development 21 (26): 414-424.
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Fernandez-Duque, D., S.D. Hodges, J. Baird, and S.E. Black. 2010. Empathy in Frontotemporal Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32 (3): 289-298.
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Fernandez-Duque, D., J. Baird, and S.E. Black. 2009. False-belief Understanding in Frontotemporal Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 31 (4): 489-497.
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Durgin, F.H., J. Baird, M. Greenburg, R. Russell, K. Shaughnessy, and S. Waymouth. 2009. Who is Being Deceived? The Experimental Demands of Wearing a Backpack. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 16 (5): 964-968.
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Baird, J. 2008. Thinking Outside the Smarties Box: A Broader Perspective on Theory of Mind. Human Development 51 (2): 143-147.
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Frank H. Durgin, Professor

Durgin, F.H., and Z. Li. 2012. Angular Scale Expansion and the Perception of Action Space. Cognitive Processing 13 (Suppl. 1): S25.
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Chettih, S., F.H. Durgin, and D.J. Grodner. 2012. Mixing Metaphors in the Cerebral Hemispheres: What Happens When Careers Collide?. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition 38 (24): 295-311.
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Durgin, F.H., B. Klein*,A. Spiegel*, C.J. Strawser*, and M. Williams*. 2012. The Social Psychology of Perception Experiments: Hills, Backpacks, Glucose, and the Problem of Generalizability. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (6): 1582-1595.
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Durgin, F.H., B. Klein*, A. Spiegel*, C.J. Strawser*, and M. Williams*. 2012. The Social Psychology of Perception Experiments: Hills, Backpacks, Glucose, and the Problem of Generalizability. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (6): 1582-1595.
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Durgin, F.H., D. DeWald*, S. Lechich*, Z. Li, and Z. Ontiveros*. 2011. Action and Motivation: Measuring Perception or Strategies?. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 18 (6): 1077-1082.
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Saunders, J.A., and F.H. Durgin. 2011. Adaptation to Conflicting Visual and Physical Heading Directions during Walking. Journal of Vision 11 (3): 10.
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Durgin, F.H., A. Hajnal, Z. Li, N. Tonge, and A. Stigliani. 2011. An Imputed Dissociation might be an Artifact: Further Evidence for the Generalizability of the Observations of Durgin, et al., 2010. Acta psychologica 138 (2): 281-284.
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Li, Z., and F.H. Durgin. 2011. Design, Data, and Theory Regarding a Digital Hand Inclinometer: A Portable Device for Studying Slant Perception. Behavior Research Methods 43 (2): 363-371.
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Thibodeau, P.H., and F.H. Durgin. 2011. Metaphor Aptness and Conventionality: A Processing Fluency Account. Metaphor and Symbol 26 (3): 206-226.
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Durgin, F.H., and Z. Li. 2011. Perceptual Scale Expansion: An Efficient Angular Coding Strategy for Locomotor Space. Attention Perception and Psychophysics 73 (6): 1856-1870.
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Durgin, F.H., and Z. Li. 2011. The Perception of 2D Orientation is Categorically Biased. Journal of Vision 11 (8): 10.
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Hajnal, A., D.T. Abdul-Malak*, and F.H. Durgin. 2011. The Perceptual Experience of Slope by Foot and by Finger. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (3): 709-719.
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Li, Z., J. Phillips, and F.H. Durgin. 2011. The Underestimation of Egocentric Distance: Evidence from Frontal Matching Tasks. Attention Perception and Psychophysics 73 (7): 2205-2217.
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Durgin, F.H., and Z. Li. 2010. Controlled Interaction: Strategies for Using Virtual Reality to Study Perception. Behavior Research Methods 42 (2): 414-420.
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Durgin, F.H., A. Hajnal, Z. Li, N. Tonge*, and A. Stigliani*. 2010. Palm Boards are not Action Measures: An Alternative to the Two-Systems Theory of Geographical Slant Perception. Acta psychologica 134 (2): 182-197.
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Li, Z., and F.H. Durgin. 2010. Perceived Slant of Binocularly Viewed Large-Scale Surfaces: A Common Model from Explicit and Implicit Measures. Journal of Vision 10 (14): 16.
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Durgin, F.H., Z. Li, and A. Hajnal. 2010. Slant Perception in Near Space is Categorically Biased: Evidence for a Vertical Tendency. Attention Perception and Psychophysics 72 (7): 1875-1889.
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Li, Z., and F.H. Durgin. 2009. Downhill Slopes Look Shallower from the Edge. Journal of Vision 9 (11): 15.
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Durgin, F.H., M. Akagi, C.R. Gallistel, and W. Haiken. 2009. The Precision of Locomotor Odometry in Humans. Experimental Brain Research 193 (3): 429-436.
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Durgin, F.H. 2009. When Walking Makes Perception Better. Current Directions in Psychological Science 18 (1): 43-47.
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Durgin, F.H., J.A. Baird, M. Greenburg, R. Russell, K. Shaughnessy, and S. Waymouth. 2009. Who is being Deceived? The Experimental Demands of Wearing a Backpack. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 16 (5): 964-968.
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Thibodeau*, P., and F.H. Durgin. 2008. Productive Figurative Communication: Conventional Metaphors Facilitate the Comprehension of Related Novel Metaphors. Journal of Memory and Language 58 (2): 521-540.
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Durgin, F.H. 2008. Texture Density Adaptation and Visual Number Revisited. Current Biology 18 (18): R855-R856.
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Durgin, F.H., E. Doyle*, and L. Egan. 2008. Upper-Left Gaze Bias Reveals Competing Search Strategies in a Reverse Stroop Task. Acta psychologica 127 (2): 428-448.
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Durgin, F.H., and K. Gigone*. 2007. Enhanced Optic Flow Speed Discrimination while Walking: Contextual Tuning of Visual Coding. Perception 36 (10): 1465-1475.
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Durgin, F.H., L. Evans*, N. Dunphy*, S. Klostermann*, and K. Simmons*. 2007. Rubber Hands Feel the Touch of Light. Psychological Science 18 (2): 152-157.
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Durgin, F.H., C. Reed, and C. Tigue. 2007. Step Frequency and Perceived Self-Motion. ACM Transactions on Applied Perception 4 (1): 23.
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Durgin, F.H., K. Gigone*, and R. Scott*. 2005. Perception of Visual Speed while Moving. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (2): 339-353.
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Durgin, F.H., A. Pelah, L.F. Fox*, J. Lewis, R. Kane, and K.A. Walley. 2005. Self-Motion Perception during Locomotor Recalibration: More than Meets the Eye. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (3): 398-419.
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Durgin, F.H., L.F. Fox, E. Schaffer*, and R. Whitaker*. 2005. The Perception of Linear Self-Motion. Human Vision and Electronic Imaging X 5666: 503-514.
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T. Banton, T., J. Stefanucci, F.H. Durgin, A. Fass, and D. Proffitt. 2005. The Perception of Walking Speed in a Virtual Environment. Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 14 (4): 394-406.
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Durgin, F.H., L.F. Fox*, and D.H. Kim*. 2003. Not Letting the Left Leg Know what the Right Leg is Doing: Limb-Specific Locomotor Adaptation to Sensory-Cue Conflict. Psychological Science 14 (6): 567-572.
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Durgin, F.H. 2003. Translation and Competition among Internal Representations in a Reverse Stroop Effect. Perceptions and Psychophysics 65 (3): 367-378.
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Durgin, F.H. 2002. An Ostrich on a Rock: Commentary on Christie and Barresi. Consciousness and Cognition 11 (2): 366-371.
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Durgin, F.H. 2002. Lateral Interactions of Texture Density (Kurtosis). Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 43: 2912.
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Durgin, F.H., and S. Sternberg. 2002. The Time of Consciousness and Vice Versa. Consciousness and Cognition 11 (2): 284-290.
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Durgin, F.H. 2002. The Tinkerbell Effect: Motion Perception and Illusion. Journal of Consciousness Studies 9 (5/6): 88-101.
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Durgin, F.H. 2001. Texture Contrast Aftereffects are Monocular; Texture Density Aftereffects are Binocular. Vision Research 41 (20): 2619-2630.
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Durgin, F.H., and J.T. Hammer. 2001. Visual Aftereffects of Sequential Perception: Dynamic Adaptation to Changes in Texture Density and Contrast. Vision Research 41 (20): 2607-2617.
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Lachter, J., F.H. Durgin, and T. Washington. 2000. Disappearing Percepts: Evidence for Retention Failure in Metacontrast Masking. Visual Cognition 7 (1/3): 269-279.
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Durgin, F.H., T. Banton, K. Walley, D.R. Proffitt, J. Steve, and J. Lewis. 2000. Locomotor Recalibration in a Virtual World. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 41 (4): 4237B4184.
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Banton, T.A., J. Steve, F.H. Durgin, and D.R. Proffitt. 2000. The Calibration of Optic Flow and Treadmill Speed during Treadmill Walking in a Virtual Environment. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 41 (4): 3822B3920.
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Durgin, F.H. 2000. The Reverse Stroop Effect. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 7 (1): 121-125.
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Durgin, F.H. 2000. Visual Adaptation. In Encyclopedia of Psychology, edited by A.E. Kazdin. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Durgin, F.H. 1999. A Model of Texture Density Encoding. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 40: S200.
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Lanchter, J., and F.H. Durgin. 1999. Metacontrast Masking Functions: A Question of Speed?. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 25 (4): 936-947.
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Durgin, F.H. 1999. Supporting the "Grand Illusion" of Direct Perception: Implicit Learning in Eye-Movement Control. In Toward a Science of Consciousness III: The Third Tucson Discussions and Debates, edited by S.R. Hameroff, A.W. Kaszniak, and D.J. Chalmers, 179-188. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
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Durgin, F.H. 1999. The (Illusory) Perception of Visual Detail: Textures and Faces. Perception 28 (Suppl.): 43.
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Durgin, F.H., and A. Pelah. 1999. Visuomotor Adaptation Without Vision?. Experimental Brain Research 127 (1): 12-18.
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Durgin, F.H., and A. Pelah. 1999. Visuomotor Adaptation without Vision?. Experimental Brain Research 127 (1): 12-18.
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Durgin, F.H. 1998. Quasi-Modal Encounters of the Third Kind: The Filling-In of Visual Detail. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (6): 756-757.
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Durgin, F.H., and A. Pelah. 1998. The Role of Optic Flow in Visuo-Motor Calibration during Running. Journal of Physiology 506: 111.
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Kenneth J. Gergen, Professor Emeritus

Gergen, K. 2011. From Moral Autonomy to Relational Responsibility. Zygon 46 (1): 204-223.
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Gergen, K., and M. Gergen. 2011. Narrative Tensions: Perilous and Productive. Narrative Inquiry 21 (2): 374-381.
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Gergen, M.M., and K. Gergen. 2011. Performative Social Science and Psychology: Historical Social Research. Historische sozialforschung 36 (4): 291-299.
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Gergen, K. 2011. Relational Being in Question: A Reply to my Colleagues. Journal of Constructivist Psychology 24 (4): 314-320.
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Gergen, K. 2011. Relational Being: A Brief Introduction. Journal of Constructivist Psychology 24 (4): 280-282.
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Gergen, K. 2011. The Brain as an Instrument: Continuing the Conversation. Theory and Psychology 21 (6): 846-848.
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Gergen, K. 2011. The Delight of Continuing the Conversation. Journal of Constructivist Psychology 24 (4): 340-344.
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Gergen, K. 2010. The Acculturated Brain. Theory and Psychology 20 (6): 795-816.
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2009. Constructing Worlds Together: Interpersonal Communication as Relational Process. K. Gergen, S.M. Schrader, and M. Gergen, ed. Boston, MA: Pearson.
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Gergen, K. 2009. Relational Being: Beyond Self and Community. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Gergen, K. 2008. On the Very Idea of Social Psychology. Social Psychology Quarterly 71 (4): 331-337.
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Kjellman, A., S.J. Schmidt , M. Bettoni, J.L. Le Moigne, R. Hersh, D.I. Dykstra, L.P. Steffe, V. Kenny, K.H. Muller, P. Meyer, A. Quale, J.D. Raskin, L.R. Tsvasman, N. Birbaumer, M.V. Butz, E. Di Paolo, K. Krippendorff, S. Restivo, D. Baecker, C. Fuchs, K. Gergen, and E. von Glasersfeld. 2008. Open Peer Commentaries. Constructivist Foundations 3 (2): 65-108.
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Gergen, K. 2008. Therapeutic Challenges of Multi-Being. Journal of Family Therapy 30 (4): 335-350.
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Gergen, K. 2007. Construir la realidad: El futuro de la psicoterapia. Barcelona: Paidós.
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Gergen, K. 2007. From Voluntary to Relational Action: Responsibility in Question. In On Willing Selves: Neoliberal Politics vis-a-vis the Neuroscientific Challenge, edited by S. Maasen and B. Sutter, 193-208. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Gergen, K. 2007. Relativism, Religion, and Relational Being. Common Knowledge 13 (2/3): 362-378.
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Gergen, K., and M. Gergen. 2007. Social Construction and Psychological Inquiry. In Handbook of Constructionist Research, edited by J. Holstein and J. Gubrium, 171-188. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Gergen, K., and M. Gergen. 2007. Social Construction and Research Methodology. In The SAGE Handbook of Social Science Methodology, edited by W. Outhwaite and S.P. Turner, 461-478. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Cisneros-Puebla, C. 2007. The Deconstructive and Reconstructive Phases of Social Construction: An Interview with Kenneth Gergen. Forum: Qualitative Social Research.
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Gergen, K. 2007. The Self: Colonization in Psychology and Society. In Psychology's Territories: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives from Different Disciplines, edited by M. Asch and T. Sturm. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
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Gergen, K. 2006. Collaboration Without End: The Case of the Positive Aging Newsletter. In Case Studies in Collaboration, edited by H. Anderson.
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2006. Horizons in Buddhist Psychology. M. Kwee, K. Gergen, and F. Koshikawa, ed. Chagrin Falls, OH: Taos Institute Publications.
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Gergen, K., and D.M. Hosking. 2006. If You Meet Social Construction along the Road: A Dialogue with Buddhism. In Horizons in Buddhist Psychology, edited by M. Kwee, K. Gergen, and F. Koshikawa, 299-314. Chagrin Falls, OH: Taos Institute Publications.
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Gergen, M., and K. Gergen. 2006. Narratives in Action. Narrative Inquiry 16 (1): 112-121.
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Gergen, M., and K. Gergen. 2006. Positive Aging: Reconstructing the Life Course. In Handbook of Girl's and Women's Psychological Health, edited by J. Worrell and C.D. Goodheart, 416-426. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Gergen, K. 2006. Social Construction and Education in a Conflicted World. In Theorie und praxis systemischer padagogik, edited by R. Bolgo and H. Lindemann. Heidelberg, Germany: Carl-Auer-Systeme.
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Gergen, K. 2006. Social Construction as an Ethics of Infinitude: A Reply to Brinkmann. Journal of Humanistic Psychology 46 (2): 119-125.
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Gergen, K., and M. Gergen. 2006. The Prophetic Power of the Positive Question. Career Planning and Adult Development Journal (22): 7-15.
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Gergen, K. 2006. The Relational Self in Historical Context. International Journal for Dialogical Science 1: 119-124.
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Gergen, K., and B. Zielke. 2006. Theory in Action. Theory and Psychology 16 (3): 299-309.
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Gergen, K. 2006. Therapeutic Realities, Collaboration, Oppression and Relational Flow. Chagrin Falls, OH: Taos Institute Publications.
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Gergen, K. 2006. Understanding as Relationship: Cultural Psychology in Global Context. In Pursuit of Meaning: Advances in Cross-Cultural Psychology, edited by J. Straub. Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript.
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Gergen, K., and M. Gergen. 2005. Alles halb so schlimm?. Psychologie heute (June): 14.
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Iversen, R., K. Gergen, and R. Fairbanks. 2005. Assessment and Social Construction: Conflict or Co-Creation?. British Journal of Social Work 35 (5): 689-709.
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Gergen, K. 2005. Construire la réalité: Un nouvel avenir pour la psychothérapie. Paris: du Seuil.
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Gergen, K., and M. Gergen. 2005. La costruzione sociale come dialogo. Padova, Italy: Logos Edizioni.
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Gergen, K. 2005. Narrative, Moral Identity, and Historical Consciousness: A Social Constructionist Account. In Narrative, Identity, and Historical Consciousness, edited by J. Straub. New York: Berghahn.
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Gergen, K. 2005. Positive Aging and the Relational Matrix. Zeitschrift für systemische therapie und beratung 4: 221-228.
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Gergen, K. 2005. Psychologie jenseits postmoderner kritik. Psychologie und gesellschaftskritik: 7-30.
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Gergen, K. 2005. Si las personas son textos. In Terapias posmodernas, aportaciones construccionistas, edited by G. Limon Arce. Mexico City: Pax México.
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Gergen, K., and M. Gergen. 2005. Social konstrucktion ind i samtalen. Copenhagen: Dansk Psykologisk.
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Gergen, K. 2005. Sozialer konstruktionismus und die transformation der psychologie. In Psychologische konstruktionen, edited by P. Mattes and T. Musfeld. Gottingen, Germany: Vandernhoeck & Ruprecht.
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Gergen, K. 2005. The Disappearance of the Social in American Social Psychology. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 41 (1): 65-66.
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Gergen, K., and E.K. Epstein. 2005. Von der behandlung zum dialog: Reflexive kooperation in theorie und praxis. Familiendynamik 30: 184-198.
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Gergen, K. 2004. Review of The Disappearance of the Social in American Social Psychology by J. Greenwood. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 40 : 433-435.
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Gergen, M., K. Gergen, and F. Barrett. 2004. Appreciative Inquiry as Dialogue: Generative and Transformative. In Constructive Discourse and Human Organization, edited by D.L. Cooperrider and M. Avital, 3-28. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
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Gergen, K. 2004. Constructing Human Nature, from the Primordial to the Prophetic. Human Nature 13: 123-136.
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Picart, C.J., and K. Gergen. 2004. Dharma Dancing: Ballroom Dancing and the Relational Order. Qualitative Inquiry 10 (6): 836-868.
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Gergen, K., M. Gergen, and F. Barrett. 2004. Dialogue: Life and Death of the Organization. In The SAGE Handbook of Organizational Discourse, edited by D. Grant, C. Hardy, C. Oswick, and L. Putnam, 39-60. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Gergen, K., and K. Deissler. 2004. Die Westschatzende organisation. Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript.
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Gergen, K. 2004. Foreword. In Experiential Learning Exercises in Social Construction: A Field Book for Creating Change, edited by R. Cottor, A. Asher, J. Levin, and C. Caplan Weiser. Chagrin Falls, OH: Taos Institute Publications.
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Gergen, K. 2004. Il ruolo della narrazione nella costruzione della conoscenaz. Narrare il gruppo 1: 9-20.
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Gergen, K. 2004. La costruzione sociale e la pratica pedagogica. In La relazione educativa, edited by M.B. Masoni and B. Vezzani. Milan, Italy: Franco Angeli.
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Gergen, M., and K. Gergen. 2004. Reflections: Between Narcissus and Dorian grey. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology 14 (4): 299-301.
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Gergen, K. 2004. Social Construction. In The Concise Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology and Behavioral Science, edited by W.E. Craighead and C.B. Nemeroff, 911-912. New York: Wiley.
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2004. Social Construction: Entering the Dialogue. K. Gergen and M. Gergen, ed. Chagrin Falls, OH: Taos Institute Publications.
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Gergen, K., C. Lightfoot, and L. Sydow. 2004. Social Construction: Vistas in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 33 (2): 389-399.
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Gergen, K. 2004. Sosyal insa: Batinin psikolojide kendi kendine konusmasindan karsihlkh kuresel konusmaya. In Doğunun ve batının yerelliği: Bireylik bilgisine dair, edited by S.A. Arkonaç. Istanbul: Alfa.
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Gergen, K. 2004. The Self in the Age of Information. In Common Culture: Reading and Writing about American Popular Culture, edited by M. Petracca and M. Sorapure. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
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Russell, G.M., and K. Gergen. 2004. The Social Construction of Lesbianism: Resistance and Reconstruction. Feminism and Psychology 14 (4): 511-514.
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2003. Sinn entsteht nur aus beziehungen: An interview with Kenneth Gergen. Psychologie heute 11: 78-79.
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Gergen, K. 2003. A Civil World beyond Individual and Community. In Zivilgesellschaft zwischen liberalismus und kommunitarismus, edited by E. Brix and P. Brix. Vienna: Passagen.
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Gergen, K. 2003. Action Research and Orders of Democracy. Action Research 1: 39-56.
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Gergen, K. 2003. Beyond Knowing in Organizational Inquiry. Organization 10 (3): 453-455.
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Gergen, K. 2003. Communication as Coordination. In Sprachliche kommunikation, edited by D. Weimer and M. Galliker. Heidelberg, Germany: Asanger.
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Gergen, K. 2003. Constructionnisme social et nouvelles parentalités. Therapie familiale 24: 119-128.
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Gergen, K. 2003. Critique and Commitment in the Therapeutic Context: A Reply to Alan Bleakley. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology 13 (5): 411-412.
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Gergen, K., and L. Warhus. 2003. La terapia como construcción social. Dimensiones, deliberaciones y divergencias. Revista venezolana de psicología clínica comunitaria 12 (2): 11-32.
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Gergen, K., and M. Gergen. 2003. Marriage as Relational Engagement. Theory and Feminism 13: 469-474.
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Gergen, M., and K. Gergen. 2003. Positive Aging: Living Well is the Best Revenge Ways of Aging. In Ways of Aging, edited by J.F. Gubrium and J.A. Holstein, 203-224. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
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Gergen, K. 2003. Positive Psychology: Sampling the Vintage. Review of Life Goals and Well-Being: Towards a Positive Psychology of Human Striving by P. Schmuck and K. Sheldon. Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books 48 (6): 860-861.
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Gergen, K. 2003. Psychology as Politics by Other Means. In Theoretical Psychology, Critical Contributions, edited by N. Stephenson, H.L. Radtke, R. Jorna, and H.J. Stam. Concord, MA: Captus.
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Gergen, K. 2003. Self and Community in the New Floating Worlds. In Mobile Democracy: Essays on Society, Self and Politics, edited by K. Nyiri, 103-114. Vienna: Passagen.
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2003. Social Construction: A Reader. K. Gergen and M. Gergen, ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Gergen, K., S. McNamee, and F. Barett. 2003. Transformativer dialog. Zeitschrift für systemische therapie und beratung 21 (2): 69-89.
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Gergen, K. 2002. Beyond Autonomy and Community: Relational Being. In Die autonome person: Eine Europäische erfindung?, edited by K. Koepping, M. Walker, and R. Wiehl. Munich: Wilhelm Fink.
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Gergen, K. 2002. Beyond the Empiricist/Constructionist Divide in Social Psychology. Personality and Social Psychology Review 6 (3): 188-91.
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Gergen, K., J.S. Gergen, and C. Martini. 2002. Blessed Be the Name of the Father: Generational Echoes. In Between Fathers and Sons: Critical Incident Narratives in the Development of Men's Lives, edited by R. Pelligrini and T. Sarbin. Binghamton, NY: Haworth.
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Gergen, K., and K. Picart. 2002. Dharma Dancing. Film. Swarthmore, PA, and Tallahassee, FL: Swarthmore College / Office of Distributed and Distance Learning, Florida State University.

Gergen, K., and M. Gergen. 2002. Ethnographic Representation as Relationship. In Ethnographically Speaking, edited by A. Bochner and C. Ellis. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira.
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Gergen, K. 2002. Foreword. In New Paradigms, Cultures and Subjectivity, edited by D. Schnitman and J. Schnitman. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton.
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Gergen, M., and K. Gergen. 2002. Positive Aging: New Images for a New Age. Aging International 27 (1): 3-23.
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Gergen, K. 2002. Psychological Science in a Postmodern Context. In Psychology at the Turn of the Millennium, (Vol. 2): Social, Developmental, and Clinical Perspectives, edited by C. von Hofsten and L. Bäckman. Florence, KY: Taylor and Francis / Routledge.
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Gergen, K. 2002. Psychological Science: To Conserve or Create?. American Psychologist 57 (6/7): 463-64.
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Gergen, K., S. McNamee, and F. Barrett. 2002. Realising Transformative Dialogue. In The Transformative Power of Dialogue, edited by N. Roberts. New York: Elsevier.
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Gergen, K. 2002. September 11 and the Global Implications of Interpretive Inquiry. Qualitative Inquiry 8 (2): 186-188.
Reprinted: 2003. In 9/11 in American Culture, edited by N. Denzin and Y. Lincoln. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira.
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Gergen, K. 2002. Social Construction and Theology: The Dance Begins and Reflecting on/with my Companions. In Social Constructionism and Theology, edited by C.A.M. Hermans, G. Immink, A. de Jong, and J. van der Lans, 3-22, 273-290. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill.
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Gergen, K. 2002. The Challenge of Absent Presence. In Perpetual Contact, edited by J.E. Katz and M.A. Aakhus. New York: Cambridge University Press.
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Gergen, K., and M. Gergen. 2002. Toward a Cultural Constructionist Psychology. In Kultur (in) der psychologie, edited by M. Hildebrand-Nilshon, K. Chung-Woon, and D. Papadopoulos. Heidelberg, Germany: Asanger.
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2001. Interview. Research News and Opportunities in Science and Technology 2: 24-25.
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2001. Psychologie wird verschwinden wie die dinosaurier!: Interview with Kenneth Gergen. Journal für psychologie 1: 45-52.
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Gergen, K. 2001. Construction in Contention: Toward Consequential Resolutions. Theory and Psychology 11 (3): 419-432.
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Gergen, K. 2001. Foreword. In Autobiographical Dialogue, edited by S. Wortham. New York: Teachers College Press.
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Gergen, K., and C.W. Leach. 2001. Introduction: The Challenge of Reconstruction. Political Psychology 22 (2): 227-232.
Special issue on psychology as politics.
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Gergen, K. 2001. La Terapia como construcción social: Dimensiones, deliberaciones y divergenicias. Sistemas familiares 17: 11-28.
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Gergen, K. 2001. Preface. In Appreciative Leaders: In the Eye of the Beholder, edited by M. Schiller, B. Mah Holland, and D. Riley, vii-viii. Chagrin Falls, OH: Taos Institute Publications.
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Gergen, K. 2001. Psychological Science in a Postmodern Context. American Psychologist 56 (10): 803-813.
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Gergen, K. 2001. Relational Processes for Ethical Outcomes. Journal of Systematic Therapies 20: 7-10.
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Gergen, K. 2001. Social Construction and Pedagogical Practice. In Educational Practices: Amplification of Marginality, 74-101.
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Gergen, K. 2001. Social Construction in Context. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Gergen, K., and L. Warhus. 2001. Terapia como construcao social caracteristicas, reflexoes, evolucoes. In Psicoterapie, discurso e narrativa, edited by M. Goncalves and O. Goncalves. Coimbra, Portugal: Quarteto.
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Gergen, K. 2001. The Saturated Self. In Self and Society, edited by A. Branaman. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
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Gergen, K., S. McNamee, and F. Barrett. 2001. Toward Transformative Dialogue. International Journal of Public Administration 24: 697-707.
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2000. Ghost in the Therapy Machine: An Interview with Kenneth Gergen. New Therapist 5: 22-23.
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Gergen, K. 2000. Bakhtin and the Human Sciences: No Last Words. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 36 (1): 49-50.
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Gergen, K. 2000. Die poetische dimension: Therapeutische möglichkeiten. In Phil und Sophie auf der couch: Die soziale poesie therapeutischer gespräche, edited by K.G. Deissler and S. McNamee, 97-108. Heidelberg, Germany: Carl-Auer-Systeme.
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Gergen, K. 2000. Emerging Challenges Redux. Theory and Psychology 10 (1): 23-30.
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Gergen, K. 2000. Foreword. In Research and Knowledge at Work, edited by J. Garrick and C. Rhodes. London: Routledge.
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Gergen, K., and S. McNamee. 2000. From Disordering Discourse to Transformative Dialogue. In Constructions of Disorder: Meaning-Making Frameworks for Psychotherapy, edited by R.A. Neimeyer and J.D. Raskin, 333-350. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
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Gergen, K. 2000. From Identity to Relational Politics. In Postmodern Psychologies, Societal Practice, and Political Life, edited by L. Holzman and J. Morss. New York: Routledge.
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Gergen, K. 2000. Postmodernism, the Relational Self, Constructive Therapies, and Beyond: A Conversation with Kenneth Gergen. In Interviews with Brief Therapy Experts, edited by M.F. Hoyt. Philadelphia: Brunner-Routledge.
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Gergen, K. 2000. Psychological Assessment from a Social Constructionist Standpoint. International Journal of Psychology 35 (3/4): 389.
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Gergen, K. 2000. Psychological Science in a Postmodern Context. International Journal of Psychology 35 (3/4): 273.
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Gergen, M., and K. Gergen. 2000. Qualitative Inquiry: Tensions and Transformations. In The Handbook of Qualitative Research, edited by N.K. Denzin and Y.S. Lincoln, 1025-1046. 2nd ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Gergen, K. 2000. Technology, Self, and the Moral Project. In Identity and Social Change, edited by J.E. Davis. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.
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Gergen, K. 2000. The Collaborative Achievement of Creativity and Pathology. Bulletin of Psychology and the Arts 1: 61-62.
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Gergen, K. 2000. The Coming of Creative Confluence in Therapeutic Practice. Psychotherapy 37 (4): 364-369.
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Gergen, K. 2000. The New Aging: Self-Construction and Social Values. In The Evolution of the Aging Self, edited by K. Warner Schaie and J. Hendricks, 281-306. New York: Springer.
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Gergen, K. 2000. The Self in the Age of Information. Washington Quarterly 23 (1): 201-214.
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Gergen, K. 2000. The Self: Transformation by Technology. In Pathology and the Postmodern, edited by D. Fee. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Gergen, K. 2000. Verso un vocabulario del diálogo transformativo. Pluriverso 2 (April/June): 100-113.
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Gergen, K. 1999. Review of Bakhtin and the Human Sciences edited by M. Mayerfeld Bell and M. Gardiner. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 35 : 123-125.
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Gergen, K. 1999. Review of The Social Construction of What? by I. Hacking. Civilization (June/July): 106-107.
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1999. Interview with Kenneth Gergen. Psicologia e sociedade 11: 5-15.
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Gergen, K. 1999. Agency: Social Construction and Relational Action. Theory and Psychology 9 (1): 113-115.
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Gergen, K. 1999. An Invitation to Social Construction. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
2009. 2nd ed. Los Angeles, CA: Sage.
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Gergen, K. 1999. Beyond the Self-Society Antimony. Journal of Constructivist Psychology 12 (2): 173-178.
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Gergen, K., Director. 1999. Conversations in Social Construction: Foundational Conversation with Ken Gergen. Film. Los Angeles, CA: Andrews and Clark Explorations.

Newman, F., and K. Gergen. 1999. Diagnosis: The Human Cost of the Rage to Order. In Performing Psychology: A Postmodern Culture of the Mind, edited by L. Holzman, 73-86. New York: Routledge.
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Gergen, K. 1999. El postmodernismo como una forma de humanismo. Revista de psicoterapia 10 (37): 49-60.
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Gergen, K. 1999. Foreword. In Performing Psychology: A Postmodern Culture of the Mind, edited by L. Holzman, 1-3. New York: Routledge.
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Gergen, K. 1999. Global Organization and the Potential for Ethical Action. In Organizational Dimensions of Global Change: No Limits to Cooperation, edited by D.L. Cooperrider and J.E. Dutton, 255-269. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Gergen, K., and L. Warhus. 1999. La Terapia como construcción social: Dimensiones, deliberaciones y divergencias. Psicoterapia y familia 12: 11-32.
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Gergen, K., and M. Gergen. 1999. Memory As Discourse and the Future of Psychological Research. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 40 (4): 31-35.
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McNamee, S., and K. Gergen. 1999. Relational Responsibility: Resources for Sustainable Dialogue. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Gergen, K. 1999. Rumo a um vocabulário do diálogo transformador. In Novos paradigmas em mediação, edited by D. Fried Schnitman and S. Littlejohn, 29-46. Porto Alegre, Brazil: Artmed.
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Gergen, K. 1999. The Self: Death by Technology. Hedgehog Review (Fall): 25-34.
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Gergen, K. 1998. Constructionism and Realism: How Are We To Go On?. In Social Construction, Discourse, and Realism, edited by I. Parker, 33-48. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Gergen, K. 1998. Constructionist Dialogues and the Vicissitudes of the Politcal. In The Politics of Constructionism, edited by I. Velody and R. Williams, 33-48. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Gergen, K. 1998. Emery Blagdon. In Self-Taught Artists of the Twentieth Century: An American Anthology, edited by G.C. Wertkin, E. Longhauser, H. Szeemann, and L. Kogan, 152-155. San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books.
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Gergen, K. 1998. Erzählung, moralische identität und historisches bewußtsein: Eine sozial konstruktionistische darstellung. In Erzählung, Identität und historisches bewußtsein, edited by J. Straub, 170-202. Frankfurt, Germany: Suhrkamp.
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Gergen, K. 1998. From Control to Coconstruction: New Narratives for the Social Sciences. Psychological Inquiry 9 (2): 101-103.
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Gergen, K. 1998. History and Psychology: Three Weddings and a Future. In An Emotional History of the United States, edited by P.N. Stearns and J. Lewis, 15-32. New York: New York University Press.
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Miller, J.K., and K. Gergen. 1998. Life on the Line: The Therapeutic Potentials of Computer-Mediated Conversation. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy 24 (2): 189-202.
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Gergen, K., and R. Walter. 1998. Real/izing the Relational. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 15 (1): 110-126.
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Gergen, K. 1998. Social Construction and Psychoanalytic Promise: Commentary on Paper by Michael J. Bader. Psychoanalytic Dialogues 8 (1): 45-53.
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Gergen, K. 1998. The Place of Material in a Constructed World. Family Process 37 (4): 415-419.
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Gergen, K. 1998. The Self: Death by Technology. Echoes (Winter): 10-15.
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Gergen, K. 1998. Toward a Post-Modern and Post-Western Psychology. In Psicologia e sociedade: Ciclo de conferências, edited by A. Duarte Gomes and J. Pires Valentim. Coimbra, Portugal: Faculdade de Psicologia e Ciências da Educação da Universidade de Coimbra.
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Gergen, K. 1998. Toward the Relational Self. In Attribution and Social Interaction: The Legacy of Edward E. Jones, edited by J.M. Darley and J. Cooper, 293-312. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
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Gergen, K. 1998. Two Sides of Discipline. Review of Social Psychology: Handbook of Basic Principles edited by E.T. Higgins and A.W. Kruglanski. Contemporary Psychology 43 (2): 87-89.
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Jane E. Gillham, Associate Professor

Gillham, J., K. Reivich, S.M. Brunwasser, D.R. Freres, N.D. Chajon, V.M. Kash-MacDonald, T.M. Chaplin, R. Abenavoli, S.L. Matlin, R. Gallop, and M.E.P. Seligman. 2012. Evaluation of a Group Cognitive-Behavioral Depression Prevention Program for Young Adolescents: A Randomized Effectiveness Trial. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 41 (5): 621-639.
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Hankin, B.L., and J. Gillham. 2012. Introduction to Special Issue in Memorial of John R.Z. Abela: Etiology and Intervention in Youth Depression. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 41 (5): 535-538.
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Diamond, G., T. Creed, J. Gillham, R. Gallop, and J.L. Hamilton. 2012. Sexual Trauma History Does not Moderate Treatment Outcome in Attachment-Based Family Therapy (ABFT) for Adolescents With Suicide Ideation. Journal of Family Psychology 26 (4): 595-605.
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Gillham, J., Z. Adams-Deutsch*, J. Werner*, K. Reivich, V. Coulter-Heindl, M. Linkins, B. Winder, C. Peterson, N. Park, R. Abenavoli, A. Contero*, and M.E.P. Seligman. 2011. Character Strengths Predict Subjective Well-Being during Adolescence. Journal of Positive Psychology 6 (1): 31-44.
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Kranzler, A., A.C. Parks, and J. Gillham. 2011. Illustrating Positive Psychology Concepts through Service Learning: Penn Teaches Resilience. Journal of Positive Psychology 6 (6): 482-486.
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Reivich, K., and J. Gillham. 2010. Building Resilience in Youth: The Penn Resiliency Program. Communiqué 38 (6): 1, 17-18.
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Brunwasser, S.M., J. Gillham, and E.S. Kim. 2009. A Meta-Analytic Review of the Penn Resiliency Program's Effect on Depressive Symptoms. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 77 (6): 1042-1054.
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Diamond, G., J. Gillham, and K. Reivich. 2009. Family and Parent-Child Therapy for Depression. In The International Encyclopedia of Depression, edited by R.E. Ingram, 271-275. New York: Springer.
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Chaplin, T.M., J. Gillham, and M.E.P. Seligman. 2009. Gender, Anxiety, and Depressive Symptoms: A Longitudinal Study of Early Adolescents. Journal of Early Adolescence 29 (2): 307-327.
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Seligman, M.E.P., R.M. Ernst, J. Gillham, K. Reivich, and M. Linkins. 2009. Positive Education: Positive Psychology and Classroom Interventions. Oxford Review of Education 35 (3): 293-311.
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Boyd, R.C., and J. Gillham. 2009. Review of Interventions for Parental Depression from Toddlerhood to Adolescence. Current Psychiatry Reviews 5 (4): 226-235.
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Gillham, J., and K. Reivich. 2009. The Penn Resiliency Project. In Encyclopedia of Positive Psychology, edited by S. Lopez, 676-678. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
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Gillham, J., J. Hamilton, D.R. Freres, K. Patton, and R. Gallop. 2008. Preventing Depression among Aarly Adolescents in the Primary Care Setting: Erratum. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 36 (2): 297-298.
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Gillham, J., S.M. Brunwasser, and D.R. Freres. 2008. Preventing Depression in Early Adolescence: The Penn Resiliency Program. In Handbook of Depression in Children and Adolescents, edited by J.R.Z. Abela and B.L. Hankin, 309-332. New York: Guilford.
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Gillham, J., K. Reivich, D.R. Freres, T.M. Chaplin, A.J. Shatte, B. Samuels, A.G.L. Elkon, S. Litzinger, M. Lascher, R. Gallop, and M.E.P. Seligman. 2007. School-Based Prevention of Depressive Symptoms: A Randomized Controlled Study of the Effectiveness and Specificity of the Penn Resiliency Program. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 75 (1): 9-19.
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Gillham, J., P. Putter, and V.M. Kash. 2007. The Effects of Sad Mood on Reports of Parents' Caregiving Behaviors. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment 29 (2): 125-133.
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Chaplin, T.M., J. Gillham, K. Reivich, A.G.L. Elkon, B. Samuels, D.R. Freres, B. Winder, and M.E.P. Seligman. 2006. Depression Prevention for Early Adolescent Girls: A Pilot Study of All-Girls versus Co-Ed Groups. Journal of Early Adolescence 26 (1): 110-126.
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Cohen*, J., J. Marecek, and J. Gillham. 2006. Is Three a Crowd? Clients, Clinicians and Managed Care. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 76 (2): 251-259.
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Cutuli, J.J., T.M. Chaplin, J. Gillham, K. Reivich, and M.E.P. Seligman. 2006. Preventing Co-Occurring Depression Symptoms in Adolescents with Conduct Problems: The Perm Resiliency Program. In Resilience in Children, edited by B.M. Lester, A.S. Masten, and B. McEwen, 282-286. Boston, MA: Blackwell.
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Gillham, J., J. Hamilton, D.R. Freres, K. Patton, and R. Gallop. 2006. Preventing Depression among Early Adolescents in the Primary Care Setting: A Randomized Controlled Study of the Penn Resiliency Program. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 34 (2): 203-219.
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Gillham, J., K. Reivich, D.R. Freres, M. Lascher, S. Litzinger, A.J. Shatte, and M.E.P. Seligman. 2006. School-Based Prevention of Depression and Anxiety Symptoms in Early Adolescence: A Pilot of a Parent Intervention Component. School Psychology Quarterly 21 (3): 323-348.
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Freres, D.R., and J. Gillham. 2006. The Promotion of Optimism and Health. In Handbook of Personality and Health, edited by M.E. Vollrath, 314-335. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
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Reivich, K., J. Gillham, T.M. Chaplin, and M.E.P. Seligman. 2005. From Helplessness to Optimism: The Role of Resilience in Treating and Preventing Depression in Youth. In Handbook of Resilience in Children, edited by S. Goldstein and R.B. Brooks, 223-238. New York: Kluwer Academic / Plenum.
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Reivich, K., and J. Gillham . 2005. Raising Children who are Hopeful. Exchange (March/April): 44-48.
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Seligman, M.E.P., M.W. Berkowitz, R.F. Catalano, W. Damon, J.S. Eccles, J. Gillham, K.A. Moore, H.J. Nicholson, N. Park, D.L. Penn, C. Peterson, M. Shih, T.A. Steen, R.J. Sternberg, J.P. Tierney, R.P. Weissberg, and J.F. Zaff. 2005. The Positive Perspective on Youth Development. In Treating and Preventing Adolescent Mental Health Disorders: What We Know and What We Don't Know: A Research Agenda for Improving the Mental Health of our Youth, edited by Commission Chairs of the Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands' Adolescent Mental Health Initiative, 499-529. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Gillham, J., and K. Reivich. 2004. Cultivating Optimism in Childhood and Adolescence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 591 (1): 146-163.
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Cohen*, J., J. Gillham, and J. Marecek. 2004. The Elephant in the Consulting Room: Managed Care and the Practice of Psychotherapy. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 52 (2): 451-452.
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Reivich, K., and J. Gillham. 2003. Learned Optimism: The Measurement of Explanatory Style. In Positive Psychological Assessment: A Handbook of Models and Measures, edited by S.J. Lopez and C.R. Snyder, 57-74. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
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Gillham, J. 2003. Targeted Prevention is not Enough. Prevention and Treatment 6 (2).
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Gillham, J., D.R. Freres, and A.J. Shatte. 2003. The Prevention of Depression in Adults. In Encyclopedia of Primary Prevention and Health Promotion, edited by T. Gullotta and M. Bloom, 410-416. New York: Kluwer Academic / Plenum.
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Shatte, A.J., M.E.P. Seligman, J. Gillham, and K. Reivich. 2003. The Role of Positive Psychology in Child, Adolescent, and Family Development. In Handbook of Applied Developmental Science: Promoting Positive Child, Adolescent, and Family Development through Research, Policies, and Programs, edited by R.E. Lerner, F. Jacobs, and D. Wertieb, 207-226. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Gillham, J., K. Reivich, and A.J. Shatte. 2002. Positive Youth Development, Prevention and Positive Psychology: Commentary on "Positive Youth Development in the United States" . Prevention and Treatment 5 (June).
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Gillham, J., A.J. Shatte, and D.R. Freres. 2000. Preventing Depression: A Review of Cognitive Behavioral and Family Interventions. Applied and Preventive Psychology 9 (2): 63-88.
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Gillham, J., A.S. Carter, F.R. Volkmar, and S.S. Sparrow. 2000. Toward a Developmental Operational Definition of Autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 30 (4): 269-278.
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Gillham, J., and M.E.P. Seligman. 1999. Footsteps on the Road to a Positive Psychology. Behavior Research and Therapy 37 (Suppl. 1): S163-S173.
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Gillham, J., and K. Reivich. 1999. Prevention of Depressive Symptoms in Schoolchildren: A Research Update. Psychological Science 10 (5): 461-462.
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Gillham, J., and K. Reivich. 1998. Review of Hope for the Journey: Helping Children through Good Times and Bad by C.R. Snyder, D. McDermott, W. Cook, and M.A. Rapoff. Contemporary Psychology 43 (12): 865-867.
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Gillham, J., and K. Reivich. 1998. Promoting Children's Hope through Storytelling. Contemporary Psychology 43: 856-867.
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Daniel J. Grodner, Assistant Professor

Bott, L., Bailey, T.M., and D.J. Grodner. 2012. Distinguishing Speed from Accuracy in Scalar Implicatures. Journal of Memory and Language 66 (13): 123-142.
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Chettih, S., F.H. Durgin, and D.J. Grodner. 2012. Mixing Metaphors in the Cerebral Hemispheres: What Happens When Careers Collide?. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition 38 (2): 295-311.
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Bergen, L., and D.J. Grodner. 2012. Speaker Knowledge Influences the Comprehension of Pragmatic Inferences. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition 38 (5): 1450-1460.
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Grodner, D.J., N.M. Klein, K.M. Carbary, and M.K. Tanenhaus. 2010. "Some," and Possibly All, Scalar Inferences are not Delayed: Evidence for Immediate Pragmatic Enrichment. Cognition 116 (1): 42-55.
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Deborah G. Kemler Nelson, Professor Emerita

Kemler Nelson, D.G., K.A. O'Neil*, and Y.M. Asher*. 2008. A Mutually Facilitative Relationship between Learning Names and Learning Concepts in Preschool Children: The Case of Artifacts. Journal of Cognition and Development 9 (2): 171-193.
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Asher*, Y.M., and D.G. Kemler Nelson. 2008. Was it Designed to Do That? Children's Focus on Intended Function in their Conceptualization of Artifacts. Cognition 106 (1): 474-483.
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Greif, M.L., D.G. Kemler Nelson, F.C. Keil, and F. Gutierrez. 2006. What do Children Want to Know about Animals and Artifacts? Domain-Specific Requests for Information. Psychological Science 17 (6): 455-459.
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Kemler Nelson, D.G., and K. O'Neil*. 2005. How do Parents Respond to Children's Questions about the Identity of Artifacts?. Developmental Science 8 (6): 519-524.
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Soderstrom, M., D.G. Kemler Nelson, and P.W. Jusczyk. 2005. Six-Month-Olds Recognize Clauses Embedded in Different Passages of Fluent Speech. Infant Behavior and Development 28 (1): 87-94.
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Kemler Nelson, D.G., M.B. Holt, and L.C. Egan. 2004. Two- and Three-Year-Olds Infer and Reason about Design Intentions in Order to Categorize Broken Objects. Developmental Science 7 (5): 543-549.
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Kemler Nelson, D.G., L.C. Egan, and M.B. Holt. 2004. When Children Ask, "What Is It?" What Do They Want to Know About Artifacts?. Psychological Science 15 (6): 384-389.
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Soderstrom, M., A. Seidl, D.G. Kemler Nelson, and P.W. Jusczyk. 2003. The Prosodic Bootstrapping of Phrases: Evidence from Prelinguistic Infants. Journal of Memory and Language 49 (2): 249-267.
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Kemler Nelson, D.G., L. Herron, and M.B. Holt. 2003. The Sources of Young Children's Name Innovations for Novel Artifacts. Journal of Child Language 30 (4): 823-843.
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Kemler Nelson, D.G., L. Herron, and C. Morris. 2002. How Children and Adults Name Broken Objects: Inferences and Reasoning about Design Intentions in the Categorization of Artifacts. Journal of Cognition and Development 3 (3): 301-332.
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Nazzi, T., D.G. Kemler Nelson, P.W. Jusczyk, and A.M. Jusczyk. 2000. Six-Month-Olds' Detection of Clauses Embedded in Continuous Speech: Effects of Prosodic Wellformedness. Infancy 1 (1): 123-147.
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Kemler Nelson, D.G., R. Russell, N. Duke, and K. Jones. 2000. Two-Year-Olds will Name Artifacts by their Functions. Child Development 71 (5): 1271-1288.
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Kemler Nelson, D.G., and E. Blair. 2000. When Young Children Name Artifacts by their Functions: Effects of the Plausibility of Structure/Function Relations. Proceedings of the 24th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development 1/2: 462-473.
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Kemler Nelson, D.G., A. Frankenfield, C. Morris, and E. Blair. 2000. Young Children's Use of Functional Information to Categorize Artifacts: Three Factors that Matter. Cognition 77 (2): 133-168.
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Kemler Nelson, D.G. 1999. Attention to Functional Properties in Toddlers' Naming and Problem-Solving. Cognitive Development 14 (1): 77-100.
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Zhi Li, Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Li, Z., E. Sun, C.J. Strawser*, A. Spiegel*, B. Klein*, and F.H. Durgin. 2013. On the Anisotropy of Perceived Ground Extents and the Interpretation of Walked Distance as a Measure of Perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (2): 477-493.
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Li, Z., and F.H. Durgin. 2012. Manual Matching of Perceived Surface Orientation is Affected by Arm Posture: Evidence of Calibration Between Proprioception and Visual Experience in Near Space. Experimental Brain Research 216 (2): 299-309.
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Durgin, F.H., A. Hajnal, Z. Li, N. Tonge*, and A. Stigliani*. 2010. alm Boards are not Action Measures: An Alternative to the Two-Systems Theory of Geographical Slant Perception. Acta psychologica 134 (2): 182-197.
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Li, Z., and F.H. Durgin. 2010. Perceived Slant of Binocularly Viewed Large-Scale Surfaces: A Common Model from Explicit and Implicit Measures. Journal of Vision 10 (14): 16.
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Jeanne Marecek, Professor Emerita and Senior Research Professor

Marecek, J., and C. Senadheera. 2012. "I Drank it to Put an End to Me": Narrating Girls' Suicide and Self-Harm in Sri Lanka. Contributions to Indian Sociology 46 (1/2): 53-82.
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Marecek, J., and B. Thorne. 2012. Carol Nagy (Jacklin) (1939–2011). American Psychologist 67 (9): 802.
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Marecek, J. 2012. The Global Is Local: Adding Culture, Ideology, and Context to International Psychology. Psychology of Women Quarterly 36 (2): 149-153.
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Marecek, J. 2011. Numbers and Interpretations in Psychological Studies: What is at Stake in our Ways of Knowing?. Theory and Psychology 21 (2): 220-240.
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Marecek, J. 2011. Numbers and Interpretations: What is at Stake in our Ways of Knowing?. Theory and Psychology 21 (2): 220-240.
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Marecek, J., and U.M.H. Appuhamilage. 2011. Present but Unnamed: Feminisms and Psychologies in Sri Lanka. In Handbook of International Feminisms: Perspectives on Psychology, Women, Culture, and Rights, edited by A. Rutherford, R. Capdevila, V. Undurti, and I. Palmary. New York: Springer.
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Senadheera, C., J. Marecek, C. Hewage, and W.A.A. Wijayasiri. 2010. A Hospital-Based Study of Trends in Deliberate Self-Harm in Children and Adolescents. Ceylon Journal of Medicine 55 (2): 67-68.
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Salvatore, J., and J. Marecek. 2010. Gender in the Gym: Evaluation Concerns as Barriers to Women's Weight Lifting. Sex Roles 63 (7/8): 556-567.
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Magnusson, E., and J. Marecek. 2010. Genus och kultur i psykologi: Teorier och tillämpningar. Stockholm: Natur och Kultur.
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Marecek, J. 2010. Looking Glass Land. Review of After her Brain Broke: Helping my Daughter Recover her Sanity by S. Inman. Swarthmore College Alumni Bulletin (October): 62.
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Marecek, J. 2009. Review of Juki Girls, Good Girls: Gender and Cultural Politics in Sri Lanka's Global Garment Industry by C. Lynch. American Ethnologist 36 (2): 431-432.
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Oransky, M., and J. Marecek. 2009. "I'm Not Going to be a Girl": Masculinity and Emotions in Boys' Friendships and Peer Groups. Journal of Adolescent Research 24 (2): 218-241.
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Marecek, J., and R.T. Hare-Mustin. 2009. Clinical Psychology: The Politics of Madness. In Critical Psychology: An Introduction, edited by D. Fox, I. Prilleltensky, and S. Austin, 75-92. 2nd ed. London: Sage.
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Abeyasekera, A., H. Amarasuriya, J. Marecek, and G.I. Unamboowe. 2008. Review of The Shape of Water by Kum-Kum Bhavnani. Feminism and Psychology 18 (1): 133-135.
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Marecek, J. 2008. In the Eye of the Beholder. Review of Deviance across Cultures edited by R. Heiner. PsychCRITIQUES (July 30).
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Becker, D., and J. Marecek. 2008. Positive Psychology: History in the Remaking?. Theory and Psychology 18 (5): 591-604.
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Marecek, J. 2008. Sociocultural Means to Feminist Ends: Discursive and Constructionist Psychologies of Gender. In The Sociocultural Turn in Psychology: The Contextual Emergence of Mind and Self , edited by S.R. Kirschner and J. Martin. New York: Columbia University Press.
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Abeyasekara, A., and J. Marecek. 2008. Women's Well-Being: Between the Local and the Global. Review of Female Well-Being: Towards a Global Theory of Social Change edited by J. Mancini-Billson and C. Fluehr-Lobban. Psychology of Women Quarterly 32 (4): 483-484.
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Cohen*, J., J. Marecek, and J.E. Gillham. 2006. Is Three a Crowd? Clients, Clinicians and Managed Care. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 76 (2): 251-259.
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Marecek, J. 2006 . VIII. Story, Voice, Text. Feminism and Psychology 16 (4): 479-484.
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Marecek, J. 2006. Young Women's Suicide in Sri Lanka: Cultural, Ecological, and Psychological Factors. Asian Journal of Counseling Psychology 13 (1): 63-92.
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Marecek, J. 2005. Review of With All Our Strength: The Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan by Anne E. Brodsky. Feminism and Psychology 15 (3): 363-367.
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Marecek, J. 2004. Gender Goes Global: Women's Lives in Transnational Perspective. Reviews in Anthropology 33 (3): 281-298.
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Marecek, J., M. Crawford, and D. Popp. 2004. On Constructing Gender, Sex, and Sexualities. In The Psychology of Gender, edited by A. Eagly, R. Sternberg, and A. Beall, 192-216. New York: Guilford.
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Marecek, J. 2003. Review of The Routledge Companion to Feminism and Post-Feminism edited by S. Gamble. Feminism and Psychology 13 (1): 117-119.
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Marecek, J. 2003. Review of Madmen and Medusas: Reclaiming Hysteria by J. Mitchell. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 39 (2): 210-211.
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Marecek, J. 2003. Dancing through Minefields: Toward a Qualitative Stance in Psychology. In Qualitative Research in Psychology: Expanding Perspectives in Methodology and Design, edited by P. Carnic, J. Rhodes, and L. Yardley, 49-70. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
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Marecek, J. 2003. Mad Housewives, Double Shifts, Mommy Tracks and Other Invented Realities. Feminism and Psychology 13 (2): 259-264.
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Hare-Mustin, R.T., J. Marecek, A.G. Kaplan, and N. Liss-Levinson. 2003. Rights of Clients, Responsibilities of Therapists. In Ethical Conflicts in Psychology, edited by D.N. Bersoff, 317-322. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
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Marecek, J. 2003. The View from the Couch. Review of The Thief of Happiness: The Story of an Extraordinary Psychotherapy by B. Friedman. Women's Review of Books 20 (7): 11-12.
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Marecek, J. 2002. Review of Women's Untold Lives: Breaking Silence, Talking Back, Voicing Complexity by M. Romero and A.J. Stewart and Telling Women's Lives: Subject/Narrator/Reader/Text by J. Long. Signs 27 (3): 920-922.
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Marecek, J. 2002. A Reappraisal of "Changing the Subject: Psychology, Social Regulation and Subjectivity Feminism and Psychology". Feminism and Psychology 12 (4): 423-426.
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Marecek, J. 2002. Unfinished Business: Postmodern Feminism in Personality Psychology. In Rethinking Mental Health and Disorder: Feminist Perspectives, edited by M. Ballou and L.S. Brown, 3-28. New York: Guilford.
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Marecek, J. 2001. After the Facts: Feminist Frameworks in Psychology. Canadian Psychology 42 (4): 250-263.
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Marecek, J., M. Fine, and L. Kidder. 2001. Between Worlds: Qualitative Work in Psychology. In From Subjects to Subjectivities: Handbook of Interpretive and Participatory Methods, edited by M. Brydon-Miller and D. Tolman, 29-44. New York: New York University Press.
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Marecek, J. 2001. Bringing Feminist Issues to Therapy. In Critical Issues in Psychotherapy: Translating New Ideas into Practice, edited by R.N. Williams, B.D. Slife, and S.H. Barlow, 305-319. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Marecek, J. 2001. Disorderly Constructs: Feminist Frameworks for Clinical Psychology. In Handbook of the Psychology of Women and Gender, edited by R.K. Unger, 303-316. New York: Wiley.
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Marecek, J. 2001. Kön i amerikansk psykologi. NIKK magasin (2): 26-29.
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Marecek, J. 2001. Putting the Psyche into Psychology. Review of The Power of Feelings: Personal Meaning in Psychoanalysis, Gender and Culture by N. Chodorow. Psychology of Women Quarterly 25 (2): 168-169.
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Marecek, J., and L. Ratnayeke. 2001. Suicidal Behavior in Rural Sri Lanka: Assessing a Prevention Program. In Suicide Risk and Protective Factors in the New Millenium, edited by O. Grad and A. Zavasnik, 215-219. Ljubljana, Slovenia: Cankarjev Dom.
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Kravetz, D., and J. Marecek. 2001. The Feminist Movement. In Encyclopedia of Women and Gender: Sex Similarities and Differences and the Impact of Society on Gender, edited by J. Worell. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
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Marecek, J. 2001. The Pursuit of Happiness. Review of In Therapy We Trust: America's Obsession with Self-Fulfillment by E.S. Moskovitz. Women's Review of Books 18 (12): 14-15.
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Marecek, J. 2000. Am I a Woman in these Matters? Notes on Sinhala Nationalism and Gender in Sri Lanka. In Gender Ironies of Nationalism: Sexing the Nation, edited by T. Mayer, 139-159. London: Routledge.
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Marecek, J. 2000. Feminist Therapy and Jean Baker Miller. In Encyclopedia of Feminist Theories, edited by L. Code. New York: Routledge.
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Marecek, J. 2000. Men, Masculinity and Feminism. Review of The Male in the Head: Young People, Heterosexuality, and Power by J. Holland, C. Ramazanoglu, S. Sharpe, and R. Thomson, Unmasking the Masculine: "Men" and "Identity" in a Skeptical Age by A. Peterson, and Man Enough: Embodying Masculinities by V. Seidler. Feminism and Psychology 10 (4): 505-510.
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Marecek, J. 2000. Resisting and Remaking Gender Imperatives: Women's Suicide as Gendered Protest in Sri Lanka. International Journal of Psychology 35 (3/4): 36.
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Marecek, J. 1999. Comments on "Subject to Romance". Psychology of Women Quarterly 23 (2): 369-374.
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Marecek, J. 1999. To speak the Unspeakable. Review of Pillar of Salt: Gender, Memory and the Perils of Looking Back by J. Haaken. Women's Review of Books 16 (8): 7-8.
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Marecek, J. 1999. Transforming the Margin into a Threshold. Review of Practicing Feminisms, Reconstructing Psychology: Notes on a Liminal Science by J. Morawski. Theory and Psychology 9 (6): 850-852.
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Hare-Mustin, R.T., and J. Marecek. 1998. Asking the Right Questions: Feminist Psychology and Sex Differences. In Questions of Gender: Perspectives and Paradoxes, edited by D.L. Anselmi and A.L. Law, 104-108. Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill.
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Marecek, J. 1998. Culture, Gender, and Suicidal Behavior in Sri Lanka. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 28 (1): 69-82.
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Marecek, J., and D. Kravet. 1998. Power and Agency in Feminist Therapy. In Feminism and Psychotherapies: Reflections on Contemporary Theories and Practices, edited by I.B. Seu and C. Heenan, 13-29. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Marecek, J., and D. Kravetz. 1998. Putting Politics into Practice: Feminist Therapy as Feminist Praxis. In Feminist Therapy as a Political Act, edited by M. Hill, 17-36. New York: Haworth.
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Marecek, J., and D. Kravetz. 1998. Putting Politics into Practice: Feminist Therapy as Feminist Praxis. Women and Therapy 21 (2): 17-36.
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Marecek, J. 1998. The Odd couple. Review of Feminism and its Discontents: A Century of Struggle with Psychoanalysis by M.J. Buhle. Women's Review of Books 16 (1): 1.
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Marecek, J., M. Fine, and L. Kidder. 1998. Working between Worlds: Qualitative Methods and Social Psychology. Journal of Social Issues 53 (4): 631-644.
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Dean Peabody, Professor Emeritus

De Raad, B., and D. Peabody. 2005. Cross-Culturally Recurrent Personality Factors: Analyses of Three Factors. European Journal of Personality 19 (6): 451-474.
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Peabody, D., and B. De Raad. 2002. The Substantive Mature of Psycholexical Personality Factors: A Comparison Across Languages. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 83 (4): 983-997.
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Saucier, G., F. Ostendorf, and D. Peabody. 2001. The Non-Evaluative Circumplex of Personality Adjectives. Journal of Personality 69 (4): 536-582.
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Di Blas, L., M. Forzi, and D. Peabody. 2000. Evaluative and Descriptive Dimensions from Italian Personality Factors. European Journal of Personality 14 (4): 279-290.
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Peabody, D., and B. De Raad. 2000. The Substantive Nature of Personality Factors: A Comparison Across Languages. Presentation at 10th European Conference on Personality, at Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.
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Peabody, D. 1999. Nationality Characteristics: Dimensions for Comparison. In Personality and Person Perception Across Cultures, edited by Y.T. Lee, C.R. McCauley, and J.R. Draguns, 65-83. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
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Allen M. Schneider, Professor

Schneider, A.M., P.E. Simson, R.K. Atapattu*, and L.G. Kirby. 2011. Stress-Dependent Impairment of Passive-Avoidance Memory by Propranolol or Naloxone. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 98 (4): 539-543.
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Schneider, A.M., P.E. Simson, K. Spiller*, J. Adelstein*, A. Vacharat*, K.R. Short, and L.G. Kirby. 2009. Stress-Dependent Enhancement and Impairment of Retention by Naloxone: Evidence for an Endogenous Opioid-Based Modulatory System Protective of Memory. Behavioural Brain Research 205 (1): 290-293.
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Schneider, A.M., and P.E. Simson. 2007. NAN-190 Potentiates the Impairment of Retention Produced by Swim Stress. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 87 (1): 73-80.
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Schneider, A.M., E.C. Everbach, A. Ruff, K. Spiller*, J. Adelstein*, L.G. Kirby, K. Short, and P.E. Simson. 2005. Corticosterone Potentiates the Deleterious Effect of Swim-Stress on Memory Modulation. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts.
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Schneider, A.M., E. Wilkins, A. Firestone, E.C. Everbach, J. C. Naylor, and P.E. Simson. 2003. Enhanced Retention in the Passive-Avoidance Task by 5-HT1A Receptor Blockade is not Associated with Increased Activity of the Central Nucleus of the Amygdala. Learning and Memory 10 (5): 394-400.
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Schneider, A.M., J.C. Naylor, A.L. Caudill, and P.E. Simson. 2002. Locally-Applied Ethanol Potentiates GABA but not Serotonin in the Central Nucleus of the Amygdala. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts.
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Schneider, A.M., M. Choy, M. Gotcsik, D. Guzman, D. Levin, J. Naylor, P.E. Simson, and K. Short. 2002. Systemic Propranolol Affects Memory Modulation in Rats that have Cannula-Induced Brain Damage. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts.
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Schneider, A.M., and P.E. Simson. 2001. Dose-Dependent Inhibition of Spontaneous Single Unit Activity of Amygdala Neurons and Memory by Ethanol. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 25 (5): 7A.
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Simson, P.E., J.C. Naylor B. Gibson, A.E. Schneider, and D. Levin. 2001. Dose-Sensitive Excitation and Inhibition of Spontaneous Amygdala Activity by Propanolol. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 68 (1): 85-92.
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Naylor, J., P.E. Simson, B. Gibson, A.E. Schneider, E. Wilkins, A. Firestone, and M. Choy. 2001. Ethanol Inhibits Spontaneous Activity of Central Nucleus of the Amygdala Neurons but does not Impair Retention in the Passive-Avoidance Task. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 25 (11): 1683-1688.
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Schneider, A.M., N. Koven, K. Lombardo, D. Levin, and P.E. Simson. 2000. ß-Adrenergic Receptor Blockade by Propranolol Enhances Retention in a Multitrial Passive-Avoidance Procedure. Journal of Behavioral Neuroscience 114 (6): 1256-1260.
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Barry Schwartz, Professor

Schwartz, B. 2012. Beyond Pleasure and Pain: How Motivation Works. Science 337 (6100): 1296.
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Roets, A., B. Schwartz, and Y.J. Guan. 2012. The Tyranny of Choice: A Cross-Cultural Investigation of Maximizing-Satisficing Effects on Well-Being. Judgment and Decision Making 7 (6): 689-704.
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Schwartz, B. 2011. A New Veil of Ignorance? Commentary on Norton and Ariely (2011). Perspectives on Psychological Science 6 (1): 19-20.
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Schwartz, B. 2011. Practical Wisdom and Organizations. Research in Organizational Behavior 31: 3-23.
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Grant, A.M., and B. Schwartz. 2011. Too Much of a Good Thing: The Challenge and Opportunity of the Inverted U. Perspectives on Psychological Science 6 (1): 61-76.
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Schwartz, B., Y. Ben-Haim, and C. Dacso. 2011. What makes a Good Decision? Robust Satisficing as a Normative Standard of Rational Decision Making. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 41 (2): 209-227.
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Markus, H.R., and B. Schwartz. 2010. Does Choice Mean Freedom and Well Being?. Journal of Consumer Research 37 (2): 344-355.
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Schwartz, B. 2010. Education and the Metrics of Evaluation. Cardozo Law Review 31 (6): 2083-2087.
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Schwartz, B., and K.E. Sharpe. 2010. Practical Wisdom: The Right Way to Do the Right Thing. New York: Riverhead Books.
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Schwartz, B. 2010. The Limits of Cost-Benefit Calculation: Commentary on Bennis, Medin, and Bartels (2010). Perspectives on Psychological Science 5 (2): 203-205.
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Schwartz, B. 2009. Be Careful what You Wish for: The Dark Side of Freedom. In Handbook of the Uncertain Self, edited by R.M. Arkin, K.C. Oleson, and P.J. Carroll, 62-77. New York: Psychology Press.
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Schwartz, B. 2009. Incentives, Choice, Education and Well-Being. Oxford Review of Education 35 (3): 391-403.
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Dar-Nimrod, I., C.D. Rawn, D.R. Lehman, and B. Schwartz. 2009. The Maximization Paradox: The Costs of Seeking Alternatives. Personality and Individual Differences 46 (5/6): 631-635.
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Nenkov, G.Y., M. Morrin, A. Ward, B. Schwartz, and J. Hulland. 2008. A Short Form of the Maximization Scale: Factor Structure, Reliability and Validity Studies. Judgment and Decision Making 3 (5): 371-388.
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Keys, D.J., and B. Schwartz. 2007. "Leaky" Rationality: How Research on Behavioral Decision Making Challenges Normative Standards of Rationality. Perspectives on Psychological Science 2 (2): 162-180.
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Schwartz, B. 2007. There Must be an Alternative. Psychological Inquiry 18 (1): 48-51.
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Schwartz, B. 2006. Review of America's Crisis of Values: Reality and Perception by W. Baker. American Journal of Sociology 111 (4): 1254-1255.
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Iyengar, S.S., R.E. Wells, and B. Schwartz. 2006. Doing Better but Feeling Worse: Looking for the "Best" Job Undermines Satisfaction. Psychological Science 17 (2): 143-150.
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Schwartz, B. 2006. More Isn't Always Better. Harvard Business Review 84 (6): 22.
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Schwartz, B. 2005. Choose and Lose. New York Times, January 5, 23.
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Schwartz, B. 2005. De paradox van de keuzevrijheid: Meer is niet beter. NRC handelsblad, January 29.
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Monterosso, J., E.B. Royzman, and B. Schwartz. 2005. Explaining Away Responsibility: Effects of Scientific Explanation on Perceived Culpability. Ethics and Behavior 15 (2): 139-158.
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Schwartz, B. 2005. So Many Choices, Too Much Anxiety. Newsday, January 2, A47.
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Schwartz, B. 2005. Too Many Choices: From Cookies to Cell Phones, Dog Food to Discount Drug Cards, are Americans Finding that More is Less?. AARP Bulletin, April.
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Schwartz, B. 2005. Top Colleges should Select Randomly from a Pool of "Good Enough". Chronicle of Higher Education 51 (25): B20-B25.
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Schwartz, B. 2004. A Nation of Second Guesses. New York Times, January 22, 27.
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Schwartz, B. 2004. Are You (a) Depressed or (b) Depressed?. New York Times, May 28, 20.
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Schwartz, B. 2004. Capitalism, the Market, the "Underclass," and the Future. In Towards a Classless Society: Studies in Literature, History, and Politics in Honor of Thompson Bradley. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
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Schwartz, B. 2004. Choice Cuts. New Republic Online (August 5).
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Schwartz, B. 2004. Choice Overload Burdens Daily Life. USA Today, January 5, 13.
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Schwartz, B. 2004. Competing for Welfare: The Idea that Choice will Enhance the NHS is a Myth. The Guardian, June 23, 7.
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Schwartz, B. 2004. Do We Have Too Many Choices?. Parade, January 4, 4-5.
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Schwartz, B., and A. Ward. 2004. Doing Better but Feeling Worse: The Paradox of Choice. In Positive Psychology in Practice, edited by P.A. Linley and S. Joseph, 86-104. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
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Schwartz, B. 2004. The Paradox of Choice: Why More is Less. New York: Ecco.
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Schwartz, B. 2004. The Tyranny of Choice. Scientific American 290 (4): 70-75.
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Schwartz, B. 2004. The Tyranny of Choice. Chronicle of Higher Education 50 (20): B6.
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Schwartz, B. 2004. You Have Choices I Never Had: The New Parenting Problem. Slate, April 29.
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Kunreuther, H., B. Meyer, R. Zeckhauser, P. Slovic, B. Schwartz, C. Schade, M.F. Luce, S. Lippman, D. Krantz, B. Kahn, and R. Hogarth. 2002. High Stakes Decision Making: Normative, Descriptive and Prescriptive Considerations. Marketing Letters 13 (3): 259-268.
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Schwartz, B., A. Ward, J. Monterosso, S. Lyubomirsky, K. White, and D.R. Lehman. 2002. Maximizing versus Satisficing: Happiness is a Matter of Choice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 83 (5): 1178-1197.
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Schwartz, B., E.A. Wasserman, and S.J. Robbins. 2002. Psychology of Learning and Behavior. New York: W.W. Norton.
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Schwartz, B. 2001. Freedom and Tyranny: Descriptions and Prescriptions. American Psychologist 56 (1): 80-81.
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Schwartz, B. 2000. Pitfalls on the Road to a Positive Psychology of Hope. Science of Optimism and Hope: Research Essays in Honor of Martin E.P. Seligman 2: 399-412.
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Schwartz, B. 2000. Self-Determination: The Tyranny of Freedom. American Psychologist 55 (1): 79-88.
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Schwartz, B. 1999. Capitalism, the Market, the "Underclass," and the Future. Society 37 (1 ): 33-42.
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Schwartz, B. 1999. Prescribing God. New Republic 221 (9): 4-5.
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Andrew H. Ward, Professor

Ward, A., D.C. Atkins, M.R. Lepper, and L. Ross. 2011. Affirming the Self to Promote Agreement with Another: Lowering a Psychological Barrier to Conflict Resolution. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (9): 1216-1228.
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Wallaert*, M., A. Ward, and T. Mann. 2010. Explicit Control of Implicit Responses Simple Directives can Alter IAT Performance. Social Psychology 41 (3): 152-157.
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Nenkov, G.Y., M. Morrin, A. Ward, B. Schwartz, and J. Hulland. 2008. A Short Form of the Maximization Scale: Factor Structure, Reliability and Validity Studies. Judgment and Decision Making 3 (5): 371-388.
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Ward, A., L.G. Disston, L. Brenner, and L. Ross. 2008. Acknowledging the Other Side in Negotiation. Negotiation Journal 24 (3): 269-285.
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Mann, T., A. Moskovich, J. Tomiyama, and A. Ward. 2008. Attention and the Self-Control of Eating. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 35 (Suppl. 1): 32.
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Ward, A., T. Mann, E.H. Westling, J.D. Creswell, J.P. Ebert, and M. Wallaert*. 2008. Stepping up the Pressure: Arousal can be Associated with a Reduction in Male Aggression. Aggressive Behavior 34 (6): 584-592.
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Mann, T., and A. Ward. 2007. Attention, Self-Control, and Health Behaviors. Current Directions in Psychological Science 16 (5): 280-283.
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Parent*, S.J., A Ward, and T. Mann. 2007. Health Information Processed under Limited Attention: Is it Better to be "Hot" or "Cool"?. Health Psychology 26 (2): 159-164.
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Ward, A. 2007. Polarization Processes. In Encyclopedia of Social Psychology, edited by R.F. Baumeister and K.D. Vohs. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Ward, A., and L. Brenner. 2006. Accentuate the Negative: The Positive Effects of Negative Acknowledgment. Psychological Science 17 (11): 959-962.
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Westling, E., T. Mann, and A. Ward. 2006. Self-Control of Smoking: When does Narrowed Attention Help?. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 36 (9): 2115-2133.
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Kronzon, S., and A. Ward. 2005. The Bargaining Bride: How to have the Wedding of your Dreams without Paying the Bills of your Nightmares. Franklin Lakes, NJ: Career Press.
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Schwartz, B., and A. Ward. 2004. Doing Better but Feeling Worse: The Paradox of Choice. In Positive Psychology in Practice, edited by P.A. Linley and S. Joseph, 86-104. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
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Mann, T., and A. Ward. 2004. To Eat or Not to Eat: Implications of the Attentional Myopia model for Restrained Eaters. Journal of Abnormal Psychology 113 (1): 90-98.
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Ward, A., S. Lyubomirsky, L. Sousa, and S. Nolen-Hoeksema. 2003. Can't Quite Commit: Rumination and Uncertainty. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 29 (1): 96-107.
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Schwartz, B., A. Ward, J. Monterosso, S. Lyubomirski, K. White, and D.R. Lehman. 2002. Maximizing versus Satisficing: Happiness is a Matter of Choice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 83 (5): 1178-1797.
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Maoz, I., A. Ward, M. Katz, and L. Ross. 2002. Reactive Devaluation of an "Israeli" vs. "Palestinian" Peace Proposal. Journal of Conflict Resolution 46 (4): 515-546.
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Mann, T., and A. Ward. 2001. Forbidden Fruit: Does Thinking about a Prohibited Food Lead to its Consumption?. International Journal of Eating Disorders 29 (3): 319-327.
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Ward, A., and T. Mann. 2000. Don't Mind if I Do: Disinhibited Eating under Cognitive Load. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 78 (4): 753-763.
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Ross, L., and A. Ward. 2000. Naive Realism in Everyday Life and its Implications for the Misunderstanding. Psikhologicheskii zhurnal 21 (6): 24-37.
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Ward, A. 2000. Why the Bias to Study Biases?. Psycoloquy 11: 123.
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Ross, L., and A. Ward. 1999. Naive Realism in Everyday Life: Implications for the Dynamics of Social Conflict. Voprosy psikhologii 5: 61.
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