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  • Role playing variations and their informational value for person perception. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 1961, 53, 302-310 (with E. E. Jones & K. E. Davis).
  • Also reprinted in Current Studies in Social Psychology (I. D. Steiner & M. Fishbein, Eds.), pgs. 357-370, New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1965;
    and in Role Theory (B. J. Biddle & E. J. Thomas, Eds.), pgs. l7l-l78, New York: Wiley & Sons, 1966; MSS Modlar Publications, Module R254;
  • Readings in Experimental Social Psychology, (A. N. Doob & D. T. Regan, Eds.) Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1971.
  • Some determinants of reactions to being approved or disapproved as a person. Psychological Monographs, 1962, 76, Whole No. 521, No. 2 (with E. E. Jones & K. E. Davis).
  • Individual orientations, public opinion and the study of international relations. Social Problems,, l963, 11, 77-87 (with K. W. Back).
  • Apocalyptic and serial time orientations and the structure of public opinion. Public Opinion Quarterly, 1963, 27, 358-374 (with K. W. Back). Reprinted in Communications and Public Opinion (R. O. Carlson, Ed.), New York: Praeger, l975, pgs. 280-296.
  • Tactics of ingratiation among leaders and subordinates in a status hierarchy. Psychological Monographs, 1963, 77, Whole No. 566, No. 3 (with E. E. Jones and R. G. Jones).
  • Some conditions affecting the evaluation of a conformist. Journal of Personality, 1963, 31, 270-278 (with E. E. Jones & R. G. Jones).
  • Mental illness, predictability, and affective consequences as stimulus factors in person perception. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 1963, 67, 95-104 (with E. E. Jones).
  • Idea orientation and integration in the interview: A dynamic model of response bias. Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, 1963, 284-288 (with K W. Back).
Year Titles
  • Time perspective, aging, and preferred solutions to international conflicts. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 1965, 9, No. 2, 177-187 (with K. W. Back).
  • Some conditions affecting the use of ingratiation to influence performance evaluation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1965, 1, 613-625, (with E. E. Jones, J. W. Thibaut, & P. Gumpert). Also reprinted in Group Dynamics (A. Cartwright & A. Zander, Eds.), Evanston, Ill.: Row, Peterson & Company, 1968.
  • Others' self-evaluations and interaction anticipation as determinants of self presentation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1965, 2, 348-358 (with B. Wishnov). Also reprinted in Georgia Babladelia, Ed. The shaping of personality, Prentice Hall, l967.
  • Two forms of inference and problems in the assessment of creativity. Proceedings of the American Psychological Association, 1965, 215-216 (with I. Breger).
  • Interaction goals and personalistic feedback as factors affecting the presentations of self. Journal of Personality and Social Psycohlogy, 1965, 1, 413-424.
  • Man's diverse ways. Harvard Alumni Bulletin, 1966, 68 No. 7 (with R. W. White).
  • Communication in the interview and the disengaged respondent. Public Opinion Quarterly, 1966, 30, 386-398 (with K W. Back). To be reprinted in Social Gerontology (C. S. Kart, Ed.).
  • Opponent's Personality, expectation of social interaction, and interpersonal bargaining. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, l966, 3, 206-213 (with D. Marlowe & A. N. Doob).
    Also reprinted in Experiments in Social Psychology (P. G. Swingle, Ed.), pgs. 223-230. New York: Academic Press, l968,
    and in Social Psychologie (W. Stroebe, Ed.). Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt, West Germany, l975, l98l.
  • Cognitive and motivational factors in disengagement and aging. In Social Aspects of Aging (J. McKinney & I. Simpson, Eds.), Durham, NC: Duke University Press, l966 (with K W. Back), pgs. 289-295.
  • Personal orientations and morale of the aging. In Social Aspects of Aging, (J. McKinney & I. Simpson, Eds.) Durham, NC: Duke University Press, l966 (with K. W. Back ), pgs. 296-305.
  • Aging and the paradox of somatic concern. In Social Aspects of Aging, (J. McKinney & I.Simpson, Eds.) Durham, NC: Duke University Press, l966 (with K. W. Back).
  • Cognitive constriction in aging and attitudes toward international issues. In Social Aspects of Aging (J. McKinney & I. Simpson, Eds.), Durham, NC: Duke University Press, l966 (with K W. Back).
  • The interactive effects of self-esteem and task difficulty on social conformity. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1967, 6, 16-22 (with R. A. Bauer).
    Also reprinted in Risk Taking and Information Handling in Consumer Behavior (D. F. Cox, Ed.), pgs. 411-427. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, l967.
  • Deceit without dread. (A review of A. Ludwig's The importance of lying, Contemporary Psychology, 1967, 12, 204.
  • Self-consistency: Measurement and validation. Proceedings of the American Psychological Association, 1967, 207-208 (with S. J. Morse).
  • The significance of skin color in human relations. Daedalus, 1967, Spring, 390-406. Reprinted in Color and Race ( J. H. Franklin, Ed.), Beacon Press, l968.
  • A Select Bibliography for Social Relations. Copyrighted: 1967 by President and Fellows of Harvard University.
  • Student values: Myth and reality. Harvard Today, 1967, Autumn, 33-34.
  • To be or not to be...a single self. In To be or not to be...Existential Psychological Perspectives on the Self (S. Jourard, Ed.), Gainesville, FL.: University of Florida Monographs, Social Sciences, No. 34, l967, pgs. 15-26.
  • Lost in the shuffle: A political case history. (A review of L. Rainwater & W. Yancey's The Moynihan Report and the Politics of Controversy. Science, 1967, 158, 896-987.
  • Assessing the leverage points in the process of policy formation. In The study of policy formation (R. A. Bauer and K. Gergen, Eds.) New York: Free Press, l968, pgs. 182-204.
  • Methodology in the study of policy formation. In The study of policy formation (R. A. Bauer & K. Gergen, Eds.), New York: Free Press, l968, pgs. 205-238.
  • The self through the latter span of life. In The self in social interaction, Vol. l (C. Gordon & K. J. Gergen, Eds.) New York: Wiley and Sons, l968, pgs. 241-250.
  • Personal consistency and the presentation of self. In The self in social interaction, Vol. l (C. Gordon & K.J. Gergen, Eds.), New York: Wiley and Sons, l968, pgs. 299-308.
  • Personality and social interaction. In Handbook of social psychology, Vol. III (G. Lindzey & E. Aronson, Eds.J), Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, l969, pgs. 590-665 (with D. Marlowe).
  • Social expectancy and self presentation in a status hierarchy. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, l969, 5, 79-92.
  • Self theory and the process of self-observation. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, l969, 148, 437-448. Reprinted in Studies in self-cognition (R.H. Geertsma, Ed.), Baltimore: Willians & Wilkins, l969.
  • Flight from the quagmire. (A review of Erik Erikson's Identity, youth and crisis). (Contemporary Psychology, 1969, 14, pgs. 49-50.)
    Reprinted in Southwell, E. A. & Merbaum, M. (Eds.) Personality: Readings in theory and research, Monterey, Ca.: Brooks Cole, l978.
  • Revealingness, ingratiation and the disclosure of self. In the Proceedings of the 77th Annual Convention, American Psychological Association, l969, pgs. 447-448 (with F. M. Levin).
Year Titles
  • Personality and social psychological research. In Personality and social behavior (K. J. Gergen & D. Marlowe, Eds.), Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, l970 (with D. Marlowe).
  • The penny-dollar caper. In Studies in Machiavellianism (R. Christie and F. Geiss, Eds.), New York: Academic Press, l970 (with R. Christie & D. Marlowe).
  • Social comparison, self-consistency and the presentation of self. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1970, 16, 148-l56 (with S. J. Morse).
    Reprinted in Readings in introductory social psychology (H. Kauffman & L. Solomon, Eds.), New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, l972.
    Also in M. Rosenberg & H. Kaplan (Eds. Social psychology of the self-concept, Davidson, Ill.: Harlan, l982.
  • Toward a better way of giving. Swarthmore College Bulletin, 1970, LXVLL, pgs. 6-10 (with M. Gergen).
  • Foreign aid: A poison gift? Trends Magazine, Dec. l970 (with M. Gergen).
  • International assistance from a psychological perspective. In 1971 Yearbook of World Affairs, Vol. 25, London Institute of World Affairs, l97l, 87-l03 (with M. Gergen).
  • You didn't play it again, Sam. In Sam Maitin, His work. Philadelphia Museum of Art, l97l.
  • How the war affects the campuses. Change Magazine, Jan-Feb., l97l, pgs. l0, 69 & 70 (with M. Gergen).
  • Material aid and social attraction. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 197l, 1, 150-162.
  • Higher education, missing in action. College Student Personnel Abstracts, Summer. l97l (with M. Gergen).
  • What God hath joined together. (A review of Charles F. Hermann's Crisis in foreign policy. Contemporary Psychology, 197l, 16, No. 3, 127-l3l.
  • Correlates of marijuana use among college students. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, l972, 3, l-16 (with M. Gergen & S. Morse).
  • Skin deep is deep enough. (A review of M. McDonald's Not by the Color of Their Skin). Contemporary Psychology, 1972, 17, No. 2, 70-7l.
  • Multiple identity. Psychology Today, 5, 3l-35. Reprinted in Organizational Behavior: Concepts and Cases (D. N. Harlow and J. J. Hanke, Eds.), Little Brown, 1974.
    Also in The Consciousness Reader. (C. Schroder, H. Firestone, & M. Shugrue, Eds.), Macmillan, l974: Psychologie Heute. Sept., 1973, pgs. 37-43;
    Readings in Social Psychology: Contemporary Perspectives, (D. Krebs, Ed.), Harper & Row, 1976.
  • Individiual orientations to pro-social behavior. Journal of Social Issues, 1972, 28, 105-l30 (with M. Gergen & K. Meter). Reprinted in Handboek voor Psychisch Gezondheidsen Welzijnswerk, Devanter, Holland: Van Ooghum Slaterus, 1974.
  • Social psychology as history. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1973, 26, 309-320.
    Reprinted in XIP Readings in Psychology, Xerox College Publishing, 1974;
    also in Social Psychology in Transition (L. Strickland, F. Abound & K. G. Gergen, Eds.), New York: Plenum Press, 1977.
    Knowledge for policy: Improving education through research. D. Anderson & B. Biddle (Eds.) Hampshire: Falmer Press (1991).
    Psykologia, 26, 5-16, (1991).
    J. Bonin (Ed.) Seldom seen rarely heard: Women's place in psychology. Boulder: Westview Press (in press).
    Named as "Citation Classic" of the Social Sciences Citation Index, 1982.
  • Naming the unnameable. (A review of E. Goffman's Relations in Public). Contemporary Psychology, 1973, 18, 305-307.
  • Deviance in the dark. Psychology Today, Oct. 1973, 7, 129-l30 (with M. Gergen & W. Barton). Reprinted in Psychologie, Oct. 1974, pgs. 29-32. Also in Psychologie Heute, Sept. 1975, pgs. 19-21; Readings in Social Psychology: Contemporary Perspectives (D. Krebs, Ed.), Harper & Row, 1976.
  • The codification of research ethics, views of a doubting Thomas. American Psychologist, 1973, 28, 907-912.
  • The manner of giving: cross-national continuities in reactions to aid. Psychologia, 1973, XVI, pgs. 121-131 (with S.J. Morse & J. Kristeller).
  • Toward an ethic for investigating human behavior change. In Changing Human Behavior (R. Schwitzgebel & D. A. Kolb). New York: Van Nostrand, 1974, pgs. 253-272 (with R. Schwitzgebel).
  • Perceiving others. In Social Psychology (K. Gergen, D. Rosenhan, R. Nisbett, & G. Clapp, Eds.) CRM Books, 1974, pgs. 147-176 (with L. Bogyo & M. Gergen).
  • Overpaid or overworked? Cognitive and behavioral reactions to inequitable payment. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 1974, 4, 3, pgs. 259-1274 (with S. J. Morse and K. Bode).
  • The women's liberation movement: Attitudes and action. Journal of Personality, 1974, 42, 4, pgs. 60l-617 (with J. Goldschmidt, K. Quigley, & M. Gergen).
  • Exchange and strategy in social life. In Social Psychology (K. Gergen, D. Rosenhan, R. Nisbett, & G. Clapp, Eds.), CRM Books, l974, pgs. 409-488 (with W. Barton & M. Gergen).
  • Understanding foreign assistance through public opinion. International Yearbook of World Affairs, 1974, 28, London Institute of World Affairs, pgs. 125-l40 (with M. Gergen).
  • What other nations hear when the eagle screams. Psychology Today, June 1974, 8, pgs. 52-58 (with M. Gergen). Reprinted in Congressional Record, May 29, 1974, pgs. 59219-59222.
  • Toward a psychology of receiving help. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 1974, 4, pp. 187-193.
Year Titles
  • Obligation, donor resources and reactions to receiving aid in three nations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1975, 31, pgs. 390-400 (with P. Ellworth, C. Maslach, & M. Seipel).
  • Forward to Psychology and American's urban dilemmas (by R. D. Ashmore & J. B. McConahay), New York: McGraw Hill, 1975 (pgs. vii-viii).
  • Forward to Psychology and social change, (by S. A. Pizer & J. R. Trauers). New York: McGraw Hill, 1975.
  • Forward to The psychology of intergroup relations (by L. H. Kidder & V. M. Stuart), New York: McGraw Hill, 1975 (pgs. xi-xii)
  • Palace revolution in social psychology. (A review of R. Harre & P. Secord's Explanation of social behavior, Contemporary Psychology, 1975, pgs. 127-128.
  • The psychology of self-esteem. General Learning Corporation, 1976 (with J. Marecek).
  • The perception of others and oneself. In Basic issues in social psychology, (K. Back, Ed.), New York: Wiley & Sons, 1976.
  • Social psychology, science and history. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 1976, 2, 373-383.
  • The social construction of self-knowledge. In The self, psychological and Philosophical issues (T. Mischel, Ed.), Oxford, England: Blackwell, l977, pgs. 139-l69.
  • Social exchange theory in a world of transient fact. In Behavioral theory in sociology (R. L. Hamblin & J. H. Kunkel, Eds.), New Brunswick, N.J.; Transaction Books, pgs. 9l-ll6, l977.
  • The decline of character: Socialization and self-consistency. In We, the people, American character and social change. (G. DiRenzo, Ed.), Westport, CN: Greenwood Press, pgs. 255-272, l977.
  • On taking dialectics seriously. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 1977, 3, 714-718.
  • Stability, change and chance in understanding human development. In Life span developmental psychology, dialectic perspectives (N. Datan & H. Rheese, Eds.), New York: Academic Press, l977, pgs. 135-l57.
  • Reactions to receiving expected and unexpected help. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 13, l977, 397-402 (with S. J. Morse, S. Peele & J. Van Ryneweld).
  • Review of P. A. Laudicina's World poverty and development: A survey of American opinion, American Political Science Review, 1977, 71, 418-419.
  • Personal dimensions of political activism. Handbook of political socialization (S.A. Renshon, Ed.), New York: Free Press (with M. Ullman).
  • Experimentation in social psychology: A reappraisal. European Journal of Social Psychology, 1978, 8, 507-527.
  • Toward generative theory. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1978, 36, 1344-1360. Reprinted in Deetz, S. Introduction to Communication, Needham, MA: Ginn Press, 1988.
  • Attribution im Kontext sozialer Erklaerung. In D. Gorlitz, W. U. Meyer & B. Weiner (Eds.), Bielefelder Symposium uber Attribution. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta, pp. 221-238 (with M. Gergen).
  • The positivist image in social psychological theory. In A. R. Buss (Ed.), The social context of psychological knowledge. New York: Irvington Press.
  • Il se fluido e il se rigido. In D. Giovannini (Ed.), Identita personale teoria e ricerca, Bologna: Zanichelli, 1979.
  • Selbsterkenntnis und die wissenschaftliche Erkenntnis des sozialen Handelns. In S. Fillipp (Eds.), Selbstkonzept-Forschung. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta.
  • Selbstkonzept und Sozialisation des aleatorischen Menschen. In L. Montada (Ed.), Brennpunkte der Entwicklungspsychologie. Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer, l979. Reprinted in 1993, S. Filipp (Ed.) Selbstkonzept-Forschung. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta.
  • The psychological evaluation of international aid. In Perspectives on international aid, (R. Eells, Ed.), New York: Columbia University Press, l979 (with M. Gergen).
Year Titles
  • Behavior exchange in cross-cultural perspective. In H. Triandis & R. W. Brislin (Eds.) Handbook of cross-cultural psychology. New York: Allyn Bacon, l980 (with S. J. Morse & M. Gergen).
  • Exchange Theory: The transient and the enduring. In K .Gergen, M. Greenberg & R. Willis (Eds.), Social exchange: Advances in theory and research. New York: Plenum Books, l980.
  • Toward intellectual audacity in social psychology. In R. Gilmour & S. Duck (Eds.), The development of social psychology. New York: Academic Press, l980.
  • Der Kummer Effekt: Psychologische Aspekte der Sterblichkeit von Verwitweten. Psychologische Beitrage, l980, 22, 1-26, (with W. Stroebe, M. Stroebe & M. Gergen).
  • The challenge of phenomenal change for research methodology. Human Development, l990, 23, 254-259.
  • The potentiation of social psychological knowledge. In R. F. Kidd & M. Saks (Eds.), Advances in applied social psychology, Vol. l, New York: L. Erlbaum, l980 (with M. Basseches).
  • The functions and foibles of negotiating self conception. In M. Lynch, A. Norem-Hebeisen & K. J. Gergen (Eds.), The self concept: Advances in theory and research. Boston: Ballinger, l980.
  • An alternative metatheory for social psychology. In L. Wheeler (Ed.), Review of personality and social psychology, Beverly Hills: Sage, l980 (with J. Morawski).
  • The emerging crisis in life-span developmental theory. In P. B. Baltes & O. G. Brim (Eds.), Life-span development and behavior, Vol. III. New York: Academic Press, l980.
  • Causal attribution in the context of social explanation. In D. Gorlitz (Eds.) Perspectives on attribution research and theory. Cambridge, Mass.: Ballinger (with M. Gergen).
  • Logical force as an explanatory locus. Communication, 6, 87-98.
  • The broken heart: Reality or myth? Omega, 12, 87-l05 (with M. S. Stroebe, W. Stroebe, & M. Gergen).
  • Kreatives MiBtrauen gegenuber dem Akzeptablen. Interview in Psychologie Heute, 10, 58-65.
  • Theoretical issues in self-concept; The development of self-concept; and The self in applied settings; all in M. D. Lynch, A. A. Norem-Hebeisen, & K. J. Gergen (Eds.), Self concept, advances in theory and research, Cambridge, Mass: Ballinger.
  • The meager voice of empiricist affirmation. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 7, 333-337.
  • "Citation classic" for "Social psychology as history," (1973) for the Social Science citation index for current contents, 47. Reprinted in N. Smelser (Ed.). Contemporary classics in the social and behavioral sciences. Philadelphia, ISI Press, l987.
  • The effects of bereavement on mortality: A social psychological analysis. In R. Eiser (Ed.) Social psychology and behavioral medicine. London: Wiley, (with W. Stroebe, M. S. Stroebe & M. Gergen).
  • From self to science: What is there to know? In J. Suls (Ed.) Psychological perspectives on the self, Vol. l, Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.
  • Psychology without history and society. A review of S. B. Sarason's Psychology misdirected. Contemporary Psychology, 27, 360-36l.
  • Review of R. L. Rosnow's Paradigms in transition. American Scientist, 70, 88-89.
  • Review of D. G. Pruitt's Negotiation behavior. American Scientist, 70, 327.
  • Form and function in the explanation of human conduct. In P. Secord (Ed.) Explaining social behavior: Consciousness, human action and social structure. Beverly Hills: Sage (with M. Gergen).
  • Looking backward seeing the present. Review of A. Kasschau & C. N. Cofer Psychology's second century, enduring issues. Contemporary Psychology, 1982, 27, 765-766.
  • Metatheoretical influences on conceptions of human development. In M. Lewin (Ed.), In the shadow of the past: Psychology portrays the sexes. New York: Columbia University Press, (with S. Benack).
  • The social construction of helping relationships. In J. D. Fisher, A. Nadler & B. DePaulo (Eds.) New directions in helping, Vol. l. New York: Academic Press, (with M. Gergen).
  • Narratives of the self. In K. Scheibe & T. Sarbin (Eds.), Studies in social identity. New York: Praeger (with M. Gergen).
  • Experimentation and the myth of the incorrigible. In V. Sarris & A. Parducci (Eds.), The future of experimentation. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.
  • "Historical Psychology," "Historicity," "Enlightenment Effects," "Ordered Change Theory," "Process THeory," all entries in R. Harre & R. Lamb (Eds.), Blackwell Psychological Dictionary. Oxford, England: Blackwell.
  • Social psychology. The World Book Encyclopedia. Chicago: World Book.
  • The case of the missing metatheory. A review of M. Shaw & P. Costanzo, Theories of social psychology. Contemporary Psychology, l983, 28, 696-698.
  • Preface. For E. Sampson's Justice and the critique of pure psychology. New York: Plenum.
  • Zen Buddhism & psychological science. Psychologia, l983, 26, 129-l4l.
  • An introduction to historical social psychology. In K. Gergen & M. Gergen (Eds.) Historical social psychology. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Interpretive dimensions of international aid. In J. D. Fisher, A. Nadler & B. DePaulo (Eds.) Applied research in help-seeking and reactions to aid. New York: Academic Press (with M. Gergen).
  • Social construction of narrative accounts. In K. Gergen & M. Gergen (Eds.), Historical social psychology. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum
  • (with M. Gergen).
  • "Diachronic/synchronic models," "Ethic groups," & "Ethnocentrism," all entries for R. J. Corsini (Ed.), Wiley Encyclopedia of Psychology. New York: Wiley. ("Ethnocentrism" with M. Gergen.)
  • Review of R. Harre Social Being. Philosphy of Social Sciences, 1984, 14, 275-180.
  • The cognitive movement: a turn in the Mobius strip? In J. R. Royce & L. P. Mos (Eds.), Annals of Theoretical Psychology. New York: Plenum, 1984.
  • Aggression as discourse. For A. Memmendey (Ed.), The social psychology of aggression: From individual behavior to social interaction. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1984.
  • Theory of the self: Impasse & evolution. In L. Berkowitz (Ed.), Advances in experimental social psychology, Vol. 17, 49-115. New York: Academic Press.
  • Accounting and recounting. Contemporary Social Psychology, 10, 7-11.
Year Titles
  • Social psychology and the phoenix of unreality. In S. Koch & D. Leary (Eds.), A century of psychology as science, 528-557. New York:
  • McGraw-Hill.
  • The ethnopsychology of self-deception. In M. Martin (Ed.) Self-deception in self-understanding, essays in philosophy and psychology, 228-243. Lawrence, Kansas: University of Kansas Press.
  • Social pragmatics and the origins of psychological discourse. K. J. Gergen & K. Davis (Eds.) The social construction of the person, New York: Springer-Verlag.
  • Cognition: The mysterious sub-text. In G. d'Ydewalle (Ed.), Cognition, information processing and motivation. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 409-424.
  • Social constuctionist inquiry: Context and implications. In K. J. Gergen & K. E. Davis (Eds.) The social construction of the person, New York: Springer-Verlag.
  • Selves in search of an identity. A review of J. Suls & A. G. Greenwald (Eds.), Psychological perspectyives on the self, Vol. 2. Contemporary Psychology, 184-186.
  • The vicissitudes of ideology. A review of M. Billig's Ideology and social psychology & I. Cohen's Ideology and unconsciousness. Political Psychology, 6, 157-163.
  • The social constructionist movement in modern psychology. American Psychologist, 40, 266-275. Reprinted in R.B. Miller (Ed.) The Philosophical foundations of clinical psychology, Washington: Americal Psychological Association, 1992. Sistemas Familiares, 1993, 2, 9-24.
  • Zur Ideologie des Psychologischen Testens. Thexis, 1, 47.
  • Psychological constructs and paradigm survival: A response to Csikszentmihalyi & Massimini. New Ideas in Psychology, 3, 253-258.
  • Correspondence vs. autonomy in the language of understanding human action. In D. Fiske & R. Shweder (Eds.), Pluralism & subjectivity in social science. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • The hermeneutics of personality description. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 6, 1261-1270 (with A. Hepburn & D. Comer).
  • The discourse of control and the maintenance of well-being. In M. Baltes & P. Baltes (Eds.) Aging and control. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum (with M. Gergen).
  • Group dynamics, morale, socialization. Entries in World Book Encyclopedia, Chicago: World Book.
  • Interpreting the texts of nature and culture: A reply to Jahoda. European Journal of Social Psychology, 16, 31-37.
  • Freedom without foundations. A review of P. Feyerabend, Science in a free society. New Ideas in Psychology, 4, 119-124.
  • Elaborating the constructionist thesis. American Psychologist, 41, 481-482.
  • European psychology de novo. A review of H. Bonarius, G. Van Heck, & N. Smid (Eds.) Personality psychology in Europe. Contemporary Psychology, 31, 497-482.
  • Narrative form and the construction of psychological science.
  • In T.R. Sarbin (Ed.) Narrative psychology: The storied nature of human conduct. New York: Praeger (with M. Gergen).
  • Review of Handbook of aging and the social sciences. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 23, 64-71.
  • Experimentieren und der Mythos des Unverbesserlichen. In V. A. Sarris & A. Parducci (Eds.) (1986), Die Zukunft der experimentellen Psychologie. Weinheim: Beltz. 39-54.
  • Review of James Deese, American freedom and the social sciences. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 22, 359-360
  • Aggression rituals. Communications Monographs, 53, 252-265 (with L. M. Harris & J. Lannamann).
  • The language of psychological understanding. In H. J. Stam, T. B. Rogers & K. J. Gergen (Eds.), Metapsychology and the analysis of psychological theory. New York: Hemisphere.
  • The self in temporal perspective. In R. Abeles (Ed.) Life-span social psychology. NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, (with M. Gergen).
  • Warranting the new paradigm. A reply to Harre. New Ideas in Psychology, 5, 19-24.
  • Toward metapsychology. In H. J. Stam, T. B. Rogers, & K. J. Gergen(Eds.), Metapsychology: The analysis of psychological theory. New York: Hemisphere.
  • Toward self as relationship. In T. Honness & K. Yardley (Eds.) Self & identity: Psychosocial perspectives. London: Wiley. Reprinted in E. Todorova (Ed.) Social psychological issues: Questions on the theory and problem of identity. Sofia, Bulgaria: Kliment Ohridski University Press, 1989.
  • Review of D. P. Rogers Foundations of psychology: Some personal views. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 23, 229-231.
  • Toward shaping a new science. Review of G. S. Howard's Dare we develop a human science? Contemporary Psychology, 32, 752.
  • "Diachronic vs. synchronic models," "Ethnic groups," "Ethnocentrism". Entries in R. J. Corsini (Ed.), Concise Encyclopedia of Psychology. New York: Wiley.
  • On the social construction of knowledge. In K. Westhues (Ed.) Basic principles for social science in our time. Waterloo: University of St. Jerome's College Press, pp. 38-52.
  • Narratives of relationship. In P. McGhee, D. Clarke, & R. Burnett (Eds.) Accounting for relationships. London: Methuen
  • (with M. M. Gergen).
  • Knowledge & social process. In D. Bar-Tal & A. Kruglanski (Eds.) The social psychology of knowledge. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 30-47.
  • If persons are texts. In S. B. Messer, L. A. Sass, & R. L. Woolfolk (Eds.) Hermeneutics and psychological theory. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, pp. 28-51.
  • Narrative and the self as relationship. In L. Berkowitz (Ed.) Advances in experimental social psychology, Vol. 21. New York: Academic Press, pp. 17-56, & pp. 16-18 Chpt. 6. (with M. Gergen).
  • Rejoinder to Charles Taylor. In S. B. Messer, L.A. Sass, & R. L. Woolfolk (Eds.) Hermeneutics and psychological theory. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, pp. 59-61.
  • Feminist critique of science and the challenge of social epistemology. In M. Gergen (Ed.), Feminist thought and the structure of knowledge. New York: New York University Press, pp. 27-48.
  • The pragmatics of human nature. In S. B. Messer, L. A. Sass & R. L. Woolfolk (Eds.) Hermeneutics & psychological theory. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, pp. 400-405.
  • "Group dynamics," "socialization," "will". In World Book Encyclopedia volumes 8, 18, & 21). Chicago: Scott Fetzer.
  • United we fall: A response to Krantz. New Ideas in psychology, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 219-222.
  • The concept of progress in psychological theory. In W. Baker, L. Mos, H. Rappard & H. Stam (Eds.).Recent trends in theoretical psychology, New York: Springer-Verlag.
  • The rhetoric of basic research and the future of transactional analysis. Social Behavior. 3, 281-289.
  • Understanding as a literary achievement. Newsletter of Division 10, Psychology and the Arts, American Psychological Association. Fall/Winter, 15-25.
  • Dr. Frankenstein's Dilemma. A review of R. Harre Varieties of realism. Contemporary Psychology, 33, 1044-45.
  • Preface to Leary, M. R. (Ed.) The State of social psychology. Journal of Social Behavior & Personality, 1988, 3, pp. v-vi.
  • Warranting voice and the elaboration of the self. In J. Shotter & K. Gergen (Eds.) Texts of identity, 1989, London: Sage.
  • The limits of behavorial research: A hermeneutic inquiry. In R. B. Addison & J. J. Packer (Eds.) Entering the circle: Hermeneutic inquiry in psychology. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
  • Human understanding revisited. In M. Poppe, J. Extra, A. van Knippenberg, G. Kok, & E. Seydel (Eds.) Fundamentele sociale psychologie Tilburg: Tilburg University Press. pp. 3-14.
  • Forward. In M. R. Leary (Ed.) The State of Social Psychology. Beverly Hills: Sage.
  • Invitciones al engano: an analisis micro-social. Buletin de Psicologia, 22, 7-40.
  • Een uitnodiging ten dans. Interview met Kenneth Gergen (H. Zwart, interviewer) Psychologie en Maatschappig 13, 157-165.
  • Toward a justified relativism. Review of P.A. Roth Meaning & method in the social sciences. Contemporary Psychology,.34, 731-32.
  • Social psychology and the wrong revolution. European Journal of Social Psychology, 19, 463-484.
  • La Psicologia postmoderna et la retorica de la realidad. In T. Ibanez (Ed.) Knowledge of Social Reality. Barcelona: Sendai.
  • Review of J. G. Morawski (Ed.). The use of experimentation in American psychology. Contemporary Sociology 18, 409-410.
Year Titles
  • Metaphors of the social world. In D. Leary (Ed.) Metaphors in the history of psychology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • The checkmate of rhetoric (But can our reasons become causes). In H. Simons (Ed.). Case studies in the rhetoric of the human sciences. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Social understanding and the inscription of self. In J. Stigler, R. Shweder, & G. Herdt (Eds.). Cultural psychology: Essays on comparative human development. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Everyday conceptions of the developing child. In G. Semin & K. Gergen (Eds.) Everyday understanding: Social & scientific implications. London: Sage. (With G. Gloger-Tippelt & P. Glickman).
  • Everyday understanding in science & daily life. In G. Semin & K. Gergen (Eds.) Everyday understanding: social & scientific implications, London: Sage. (with G. Semin).
  • Affect & organization in post-modern society. In S. Srivastva (Ed.). The Functioning of executive appreciation. New York: Jossey Bass
  • Proverbs, pragmatics, & prediction. Canadian Psychology, 31:3, 212-213.
  • Het binnenstebuiten, organisatiethrovie in de postmoderne tijd. Filosofie in Bedrijf, (2/1), 21-30.
  • Ellenguatye de la teoria es en si la intruencio, Entrevista a Kenneth J. Gergen. Socaps, Bulleti Societat Catalana de Psicologia Social, 3, 6-7.
  • Toward a postmodern psychology. The Humanistic Psychologist, 1990, 18, 23-34.
  • Die Konstruktion des Selbst in Zeitalter der Postmoderne. Psychologishche Rundschau, 41,
  • 191-199.
  • Therapeutic professions and the diffusion of deficit. Journal of Mind and Behavior, 11, 353-368.
  • Textual considerations in the scientific construction of human character. Style, 24, 365-379. Reprinted in J.V. Knapp (Ed.) Literary Character. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. (in press).
  • Ein Antwort auf meine Kommentatoren. Psychologische Rundschau, 41, 208-210.
  • Reflections on a catalytic companion. Journal for Theory of Social Behavior, 20, 305-322.
  • Realities & their relationship. W.J. Baker, M.E. Hyland, R. van Hezewijk, & S. Terwee Recent trends in theoretical psychology II. New York: Springer-Verlag. pg. 51-62.
  • Emerging challenges for theory and psychology. Theory & Psychology.1, 13-35.
  • The saturated family. Family Therapy Networker, Sept./Oct., 15, 26-35.
  • Toward reflexive methodologies. In F. Steier (Ed.) Research and reflexivity. London: Sage. Pgs. 76-95. With M. Gergen.
  • Von der sozialen Phaenomenologie zum sozialen Konstruktivismus. In M. Herzog & C.F. Graumann (Eds.) Sinn und Erfahrung. Heidelberg: Asanger.
  • Cognition as interaction. Review of J. Coulter Mind in Action, Contemporary Psychology. 36, 414-415.
  • El desafio del orden mundial. Psicologia Politica, 3, 79-84.
  • Cognitivism & its discontents: An introduction to the issue. Theory & Psychology.
  • Hacia una psicologia posmoderna. Investigacion Psicologica, 1, 97-109.
  • Organization theory in the postmodern era. In M. Reed & M. Hughes (Eds.) Rethinking organization, London: Sage (207-226).
  • Beyond narrative in the negotiation of therapeutic meaning. In S. McNamee & K.J. Gergen (Eds.) Therapy as Social Construction London: Sage (with J. Kaye).
  • The mechanical self and the rhetoric of reality. Annals of Scholarship, 9, 87-109. Reprinted in A. Mecill (Ed.) (1994) Rethinking objectivity. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.pgs. 265-288.
  • Social construction and moral action. In D.N. Robinson (Ed.) Social discourse and moral judgment. San Diego & Academic Press. Pgs. 10-28 (in press).
  • Social construction and the therapeutic process: An introduction. In S. McNamee & K. Gergen (Eds.) Therapy as social construction, London: Sage (with S. McNamee).
  • Review of R.C. Curtis (Ed.) The relational self. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 180, P. 274.
  • Toward a postmodern psychology. In S. Kvale (Ed.) Psychology and postmodernnism. London: Sage.
  • Review of P. Slater, A dream deferred, Social Science Quarterly, 73, 467-68.
  • How technology is taking over our mind. A review of Neil Postman's Technopoly. Philadelphia Inquirer. Sunday, March 1, Pg. M1-2.
  • Attributions, accounts, and close relationships: Close calls and relational resolutions. In J. Harvery, T. Orbuch & A. Weber (Eds.). Attributions, accounts and close relationships. New York: Springer-Verlag (with M. Gergen) Pgs. 269-79.
  • Are there limits to social being. A review of Alan Fiske's Structures of Social Life. Contemporary Psychology.
  • Die Uebervolkerung des Ichs. gdimpuls. 92/4, 3-10.
  • Imagined selves & the reality of relationships. in N. De Jesus, H. Figueroa, and M. Milagros (Eds.) Coloquio internacional sobre el imaginario social contemporaneo, Universidad de Puerto Rico.
  • A program without practice. Review of P.A. Lamal (Ed.) Behavioral analysis of societies and cultural practices. Contemporary Psychology. 3, 1187.
  • Social construction in question. Human Systems. 2. 163-182.
  • Psychology in the Postmodern era. The General Psychologist. 28, 10-15.
  • Broken hearts or broken bonds: Love and death in historical perspective. American Psychologist, 47, 1205-1212. (with M. Stroebe, M. Gergen, & W. Stroebe). Reprinted in L. DeSpelder and A.L. Strickland (Eds.)(1995) The path ahead, readings in death and dying, Mountain View, CA: Mayfield.
  • Construction, alienation and emancipation: Thoughts on Abir-Am's ethnography of scientific rituals. Social Epistemology, 6, 365-372.
  • Theory in historical context. In p. Van Strien, H. Rappard, and L. Mos (Eds.) Annals of theoretical psychology. V. 9. New York: Plenum. 245-260.
  • The limits of psychological critique, in H. Stam et al. (Eds.) Recent trends in theoretical psychology. V.III, New York: Springer-Verlag, pp.135-142.
  • Social construction, families and therapy, an interview. The Family Journal, 1, 177-187.
  • Introduction, to Refiguring self and psychology, Aldershot: UK: Dartmouth Press, xi-xv.
  • A realist psychology revealed, Review of J.D. Greenwood, Relations and representation: an introduction to the philosophy of social psychological science. Contemporary Psychology, 38, 698-99.
  • Obituary: Harold Goolishian. American Psychologist, (With S. McDaniels).
  • Autobiography and the shaping of gendered lives. In J. Nussbaum & N. Coupland. Discourses of Lifespan Development, Sage: Newbury Park (with M. Gergen).
  • Interview in Men's Health. Jan/Feb, 84-86.
  • Narratives of the gendered body in popular autobiography. In R Josselson & A, Lieblich (Eds.) The narrative study of lives. Newbury Park: Sage. 191-218. (with M. Gergen)
  • Foreword. In S. Friedman (Ed.) The new language of change, constructive collaboration in psycotherapy. New York: Guilford. x-xi.
  • Die Ueberbevolkerung des Ichs, In G. Gerken and R. Kapellner (Eds.) Wie der Geist ueberlegen wird. Paderborn: Junfermann Verlag. 65-81
  • Das Managen von Multiphrenen Organisationen Workshop. In G. Gerken and R. Kapellner (Eds.) Wie der Geist ueberlegen wird. Paderborn: Junfermann Verlag. 83-85.
  • Let's pretend: A duography. In J. Lee (Ed.) Life and story, Autobiographies for a narrative psychology. Westport, CN: Praeger.61-86.
  • Psychologie in der Postmoderne, Systeme, 7, 4-15.
  • Are there limits to social being? Review of A. Fiske's Structures of social life. Contemporary Psychology, 38, 130.
  • Belief as relational resource. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion. 3, 231-236.
  • Psychology from a constructionist perspective: an interview with Kenneth J. Gergen. New Ideas in Psychology, 11, 399-414. (With G. Misra).
  • Hearts and bonds: Resisting classification and closure. American Psychologist, 48, 991-992. (with M. Stroebe, M. Gergen, and W. Stroebe).
  • The word: revenge and revitalization. in M. van Elteren and L. Tigchelaar (Eds.) Taal, interacties en werkelijkheid. Tilburg: Tilbug University Press. pgs. 199-135. (With M. Gergen)
  • On the place of culture in psychological science, International Journal of Psychology, 28, 225-243. (With G. Misra)
  • Beyond scientific colonialism: A reply to Poortinga and Triandis, International Journal of Psychology, 28, 251-254. With G. Misra.
  • Preface to the second edition. Toward transformation in social knowledge, 2nd. ed. London: Sage Ltd.
  • Exploring the postmodern: perils or potentials? American Psychologist, 49, 412-416.
  • Wellenreiter, Surfkurs fur bedrohte Manager. gdimpuls, 1/94, 33-43.
  • Social construction: knowledge, self, others, and continuing the conversation. Communication Yearbook, 17, 3-33. (With J. Shotter)
  • Adding up the numbers for 1993. Philadelphia Inquirer, Commentary section, Jan. 6. 1994
  • "Sozialer Konstruktionisumus" - ein Interview mit Ken Gergen. Zeitschrift fur Systemische Therapie. 12, 118-126.
  • Social constructionism. In Corsini, R.J. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of psychology. V.3, 2nd ed. New York: Wiley. 427-429.
  • The communal creation of meaning. In W.F. Overton and D.S. Palermo (Eds.) The nature and ontogenesis of meaning. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. pgs. 19-40.
  • The limits of pure critique. For H. Simons and M. Billig.(Eds.) After postmodernism: Reconstructing ideology critique. London: Sage.
  • "Sinn ist nur als Ergebnis von Beziehungen denkbar." Interview in Psychologie Heute. October. pgs. 3-38.
  • Mind, text, and society: self memory in social context. For U. Neisser and R. Fivush (Eds.) The remembering self. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • On taking ourselves seriously. Journal of Systemic Therapies. 13, 85-87.
  • Hacia una Psicologia postmoderna y postoccidental, Psykhe, 3, 105-113.
Year Titles
  • Social construction and the educational process. In L. Steffe (Ed.) Alternative epistemologies in education. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Metaphor and monophony in the twentieth century psychology of emotions. History of the Human Sciences, 8, 1-23.
  • Postmodernism as a humanism. Humanistic Psychologist, 23, 71-8.
  • What is this thing called love? Emotional scenarios in historical perspective. Journal of Narrative and Life History, 5, 221-237. (with M. Gergen)
  • Singular, socialized, and relational selves, for I Lubek, R. van Hazewijk, G. Pheterson, and C. Tolman (Eds.) Trends and issues in theoretical psychology, New York: Springer-Verlag.
  • Postmodern Psychology: Resonances and reflection. American Psychologist, 50, 394
  • Culture and Self in postmodern psychology: Dialogue in trouble. Interview by A. Gulerce, for Culture and Psycholgoy, 1, 147-159
  • Relational theory and the discourses of power. In D. Hosking, H.P. Dachler, and K.J. Gergen (Eds.) Mnagement and organization: Relational alternatives to individualism. Aldershot: Avebury.
  • Performative Pscyhology: The play begins. Psychology and the Arts. Fall, 8-9.
  • Global Organizations: From Imperialism to ethical vision. Organization. 2, 519-532.
  • Culture and self in postmodern psychology: dialogue still possible. Interview by A. Gulerce. Culture and Psychology. 2, 153-162.
  • Technologies of representation in the global corporation: Power and polyphony. In D. Boje, R. Gephart, and T. Joseph (Eds.) Postmodern management and organization theory. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 331-357 (with D. Whiteny)
  • Technology and the self: From the essential to the sublime. for D. Grodin and T. Lindlof (eds) Constructing the self in a mediated age. Beverly Hills: Sage.
  • Is diagnosis a disaster?: A constructionist dialogue. For F. Kaslow (Ed.), Handbook for Relational Diagnosis. (With L. Hoffman and H. Anderson).
  • Le "soi" en question: assemblages et voix multiples. Resonances. April, 12-27. With M. Elkaim.
  • Psychological Science in cultural context. American Psychologist. 51, 496-503. (with A. Gulerce, A. Lok, and G. misra).
  • Preface to the German edition of The Saturated Self.
  • Psychological discourse in historical context: an introduction. For C.F. Graumann and K.J. Gergen (eds) HIstorical Dimensions of psychological discourse. New York:Cambridge University Press. (with C.F. Graumann) 1-13.
  • Introduction to Spanish edition, for Therapy as social construction, (with S. McNamee).
  • Postmodernism, the relational self, constructive therapies, and beyond, a conversation with Kenneth Gergen. In M. Hoyt (Ed.) Constructive Therapies. Vol 2. New York. Guilford. 347-368.
  • Therapeutic communication as relationship. In V. Hansen (ed.) Dialog og refleksjon. ISM Skriftserie, #35, 41-55.
  • Psychology in the postmodern era. Impuls, Tidsskrift for Psykologi. 2, 12-19.
  • Beyond life narratives in the therapeutic encounter. In J.E. Birren et al. (eds) Aging and Biography. New York: Springer. 205-223.
  • Addiction in a polyvocal world. For Journal of Systemic Therapies. 15, 77-81. (with M. Gergen)
  • Foreword, for the 2nd Edition of P. Wexler's Critical Social Psychology. New York: Peter Lang. xi-xiv.
  • Social psychology as social construction: the emerging vision. For C. McGarty and A. Haslam (Eds.). The message of social psychology: perspectives on mind in society. Oxford: Blackwell. 113-128.
  • Psychotherapie und postmoderne. INTRA Psychologie and Gesellschaft. 28, 46-47.
  • Postmodern culture and the revisioning of alienation. For F. Geyer (Ed.). Alienation in Contemporary Culture. New York: Greenwood Press. 117-126.
  • La construccion social: emergencia y potencial. In M. Packman (Ed.) Construcciones de la Experiencia Humana. V.I. Barcelona: Gedisa. 139-182.
  • Pas de trois: A sketch for a theory in motion. Psychology and the Arts. Fall/Winter ed. 19-21.
  • Who speaks and who responds in the human sciences? History of the Human Sciences, 10, 151-173.
  • Foreword for Paul Roseblatt's Metaphors of Family Systems Theory, New York: Guilford Press.
  • Organizational science in a postmodern context. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. 32, 356-377. With T. Thatchenkery. To be reprinted in P. Stone and M. Cannon (Eds.) Organizational Psychology, VIII. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
  • Developing dialogue for discerning differences. Journal of Applied Behavioral Sciences. 32, 428-433. With T. Thatchenkery.
  • Social Psychology: The emerging vision as text. A review of Rogers, S.(et al.) Social Psychology, A critical agenda. Contemporary Psychology.
  • On the Poly/tics of postmodern psychology. Theory and Psychology. 7, 31-36.
  • Technology and cultural life: An adventure in education. For Swarthmore Alumni Bulletin. p.7.
  • Foreword. For E. Riikonen and G.Smith, Re-imagining therapy. London: Sage.(with S. McNamee)
  • The place of the psyche in a constructed world. Theory and Psychology, 7, 723-746.
  • Psycho- vs. biomedical therapy. Society, 35, 1, 24-27.
  • Tales that wag the dog, globalization and the coming of postmodern psychology. In M. Bond (Ed.) Personalizing cross-cultural psychology. New York: Routledge. (with M. Gergen).
  • Promises of purity. A review of E.S. Reed's The Necessity of Experience, Contemporary Psychology, 42, 923.
  • Constructing constructionism: Pedagogical potentials. Issues in Education. 3, 195-201.
  • La communicacion terapeutica como relacion. Systemas Familiares.13, 11-24.
  • Detecting deception. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 20, 114-115.
  • im Gesprach mit Kenneth Gergen. Soziale Wirklichkeit, 1, 216-221. (with T. Kohler and F. Funke)
  • Toward the relational self. In J.M. Darley and J. Cooper (Eds.) Attribution and social interaction. Washington: APA Press. pgs. 293-312.
  • History and psychology: Three weddings and a future. In P.N. Stearns and J. Lewis (Eds.) An emotional history of the United States. New York: New York University Press. 15-32.
  • The two edges of discipline. A review of T. Higgins and A. Kruglanski (Eds.) Social psychology:handbook of basic principles. Contemporary Psychology, 43, 87-89.
  • Social construction and psychoanalytic promise. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 8, 45-54.
  • Emery Blagdon. Museum of American Folk Art, Self taught artists of the 20th century, An American anthology, San Francisco: Chronicle Books. 152-155.
  • Real/izing the Relational. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. 15, 110-26. With R. Walter
  • The self: death by technology. Echoes, Winter, 10-15.
  • Life on the Line: The therapeutic potentials of computer mediated conversation. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 24, 189-202. With J. K.Miller
  • Constructionism and Realism: How Are We To Go On? For I. Parker (Ed.) Social construction, discourse and realism. London: Sage.
  • Constructionist dialogues and the vicissitudes of the political. For I. Velody (Ed.) The Politics of social construction. London: Sage. Pgs. 33-48.
  • From control to co-construction: New narratives for the social sciences. Psychological Inquiry, 9, 101-103.
  • Erzahlung, moralische Identitat und historisches Bewusstsein. Eine sozialkonstruktionistische Darstellung. In J. Straub (Ed.) Identitat und historisches Bewusstsein, Frankfurt: Suhrkamp. Pgs.170-202.
  • Toward a post-modern and post-Western psychology. In A.D. Gomes and J. Pires Valentim (Eds.) Psicologia e Sociedade, Coimbra: University of Coimbra.
  • The place of material in a constructed world. Family Process, 37, 415-419.
  • Beyond the self-society antinomy. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 12, 171-176.
  • Agency: Social construction and relational action. Theory and Psychology, 9, 135-137.
  • Reconstructed Truths, Civilization, June/July Issue, 2-3.
  • The self: death by technology. The Hedgehog Review, Fall, 25-34.
  • Foreword, for L. Holzman (Ed.) Performing psychology: A postmodern culture of the mind.1-3
  • Diagnosis: The human cost of the rage to order. In L. Holzman (Ed.) Performing psychology: A postmodern culture of the mind. (With F. Newman).73-86.
  • Global organization and the potential for ethical action. For D. Cooperrider and J. Dutton (Eds.) The organizational dimensions of global change: no limits of cooperation. 255-269
  • Review of M. Bell and M. Gardiner's Bakhtin and the Human Science. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 35, 123-125.
  • Review of I. Hacking's The social construction of what? Civilization.June/July, 106-107.
  • Rumo a um voabulario do dialogo transformador. In Schnitman, D.F. and Littlejohn, S. (Eds.) Novos paradigmas em mediacao,. Porto Alegre: Artmed. 29-46.
  • El postmodernismo como una forma de humanismo. Revista de Psicoterapia, X, 49-60.
  • Emerging challenges redux. Theory and Psychology. 10, 23-30.
  • Memory as discourse and the future of psychological research. The Scandanavian Journal of Psychology. 40, 31-37. With M. Gergen.
Year Titles
  • The self: transfiguration by technology. For D.Fee (Ed.) Pathology and the postmodern. London: Sage.
  • Ghost in the therapy machine: An interview with Kenneth Gergen. New Therapist.Jan/Feb issue.22-3.
  • From disodering discourse to generative dialogue, In R.A. Neimeyer and J.D. Raskin (eds.) Constructions of disorder,.Washington: APA Publications. With S. McNamee.
  • The self in the age of information. Washington Quarterly, Winter, 23, 201-214.
  • Qualitative inquiry: Generative tensions. For N. Denzin and Y. Lincoln (Eds.) Handbook of Qualitative Research. 2nd. ed. Newbury Park: Sage. With M. Gergen
  • Foreword. For J. Garrick, and C. Rhodes(Eds) Research and Knowledge at Work, London: Routledge
  • The collaborative achievement of creativity and pathology. Bulletin of Psychology and the Arts, 1, 61-62.
  • Die poetische Dimension: therapeutische Moglichkeiten. In K.G. Deissler and S. McNamee(Eds.) Phil und Sopie auf der Couch, Die sociale Poesie therapeutischer Gesprache. Heidelberg: Carl-Auer Verlag.97-108.
  • Verso un vocabulario del dialogo transformativo. Pluri verso, V.2 April-June, 100-113.
  • Introduction to the 2000 edition, The Saturated Self. New York: Basic Books.
  • Die Gegenwart des Abwesenden. Psychologie Heute August. 36-41.
  • Technology, self and the moral order. In J.E. Davis (Ed.) Identity and social change. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books.
  • Technology impacts morality. The Chautauquan Daily, p.4.
  • Social construction and the transformation of identity politics. In L. Holzman and J. Morss (eds.) Postmodern psychologies, societal practice, and political life. New York: Routledge.
  • The new aging: Self construction and social values. In K. W. Schaie and J. Hendricks (Eds.) The evolution of the aging self. New York: Springer. Pgs. 281-306.
  • La terapia como construccion social. Dimenssiones, deliberaciones y divergencias. Sistemas Familiares, 17, 11-28.
  • Foreword, for Stanton Wortham's Autobiographical Dialogue, NY: Teachers College Press.
  • >From mind to relationship: The emerging challenge. Education Canada.Spring Issue, 41, 8-11.
  • Postmodernism, the relational self, costructive therapies, and beyond: A conversation with Kenneth Gergen.In M. Hoyte (Ed.) Interviews with brief therapy experts. Philadelphia: Brunner-Routledge.
  • "Oldstream"-Psychologie wird verschwinden wie die Dinosaurier! Interview with Kenneth Gergen. Journal fur Psychologie, 1, 45-52.
  • Construction in contention, Toward consequential resolutions. Theory and Psychology. 11, 419-432.
  • The coming of creative confluence in therapeutic practice. Psychotherapy.
  • Introduction: The challenge of reconstruction. For special issue, "Psychology as Politics," Political Psychology, 22, 227-232.(with C.W. Leach)
  • Toward transformative dialogue. International Journal of Public Administration. 24, 697-707. (With S. McNamee and F. Barrett).
  • Preface, for M. Schiller, B. Mah Holland, andD. Riley (Eds.) Appreciative leaders, In the eye of the beholder. Cleveland: Taos Institute Publications.
  • Social construction and pedagogical practice. In Educational practices: Amplification of marginality. Russian trans. Pgs. 74-101.
  • Interview. Research News & Opportunities in Science and Theology, 2001, 2, 24-25.
  • Psychology in a postmodern context. American Psychologist, 56, 803-813. Reprinted in C. von Hofsten and L. Backman (Eds)(2002) Psychology at the turn of the millennium. V.2Sussex: Psychology Press. 437-454.
  • Relational process for ethical outcomes. Journal of Systemic Therapies. 20, 7-10.
  • Terapia como construcao social caracteristicas, reflexoes, evolucoes. In M.Goncalves and O.Goncalves (Eds) Psicoterapia, discurso e narrativa. Coimbra: Quarteto Editora (with L. Warhus)
  • Social construction and theology: The dance begins. In Hermans, C.A.M., Immink, G., de Jong, A., and van der Lans, J. (Eds.) Social constructionism and theology. Leiden: Brill.
  • Reflecting on/with my companions. In Hermans, et al. (Ibid)
  • Foreword. For New Paradigms, cultures and subjectivity. D. Schnitman and J. Schnitman (Eds.) Creskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
  • Ethnographic representation as relationship, In A. Bochner and C. Ellis(Eds.) Ethnographically Speaking. Walnut Creek, CA: Alta Mira. (pgs. 11-34) (with M. Gergen)
  • Transcending the empiricist/constructionist divide in social psychology. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 6, 188-191.
  • Cell phone technology and the realm of absent presence. For D. Katz and M. Aakhus Eds.) Perpetual contact. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Sept 11 and the global implications of interpretive inquiry, Qualitative Inquiry, 8, 186-188. Reprinted in N. Denzin and Y. Lincoln (Eds) 9/11 in American Culture. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira
  • In the name of the father: echoes across three generations. For R. Pelligrini and T. Sarbin (Eds.) Fathers and sons. With S. Gergen C. Martini.
  • Positive Ageing: New images for a new age. Ageing International. 27, 3-23. (With M. Gergen)
  • Psychological science: To conserve or create? American Psychologist. 57, 463-464.
  • Toward a cultural constructionist psychology. In M. Hildebrand-Nilshon, K. Chung-Woon, and D. Papadopoulos (Eds.) Kultur (in) der Psychologie. Heidelberg: Ansanger. 47-64 (with M. Gergen)
  • Realising transformative dialogue. (with S. McNamee and F. Barrett) For N. Roberts, (Ed.) The transformative power of dialogue, v. 12, 77-105. Elsevier Science.
  • Beyond autonomy and community: relational being. For K. Koepping, M. Walker, and R. Wiehl (Eds.) Die Autonome Person - eine Europaische Erfindung? Munich: Wilhelm Fink Verlag. 177-192.
  • Les emotions en tant que constructions socials. In Autour de l'emotion. Cahiers critiques de therapie familiale et de pratiques de reseaux. With M. Gergen.
  • Positive aging: Living well is the best revenge. In J.F. Gubrium and J.A. Holstein (Eds.) Ways of aging. Malden, MA: Blackwell. (With M. Gergen)
  • Communication as coordination. In D. Weimer and M. Galliker (Eds) Spracliche Kommunikation. Heidelberg: Asanger.
  • A civil world beyond individual and community. In E. Brix and P. Brix (eds.) Zivilgesellschaft zwischen Liberalismus und Kommunitarismus. Vienna: Passagen Verlag.
  • The self in the age of information. In M. Petracca and M. Sorapure (Eds.) Common culture. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentiss Hall.
  • Constructionisme social et nouvelles parentalities, Therapie familiale, 24, 119-128.
  • Critique and commitment in the therapeutic context - a reply. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 13, 411-412.
  • Beyond knowing in organizational inquiry. Organization. 10, 453-455.
  • "Sinn entsteht nur aus Beziehungen" An interview with Kenneth Gergen. Psychologie Huete, 11, November. P. 78-79.
  • Transformativer dialog. Zeitschrift fur Systemische Therapie, 21, 69-89. (With S. McNamee and F. Barrett).
  • Marriage as relational engagement. Theory and Feminism. 13, 469-474, With M. Gergen.
  • Positive Psychology: Sampling the Vintage. Review of P. Schmuck and K. Sheldon. Life Goals and Well-Being. Contemporary Psychology. 860-861.
  • La terapia como construccion social. Dimenssiones, deliberaciones y divergencias. Revista Venezolana de Psicologia Clinica Communitaria 3, Caracas: Universidad Catolica Andres Bello. With Lisa Warhus.
  • Self and community in the new floating worlds. In K. Nyiri (Ed.) Mobile democracy, essays on society, self and poliics. Vienna: Passen Verlag. (103-114)
  • Psychology as politics by other means, In N. Stephenson, H. L. Radtke, R. Jorna, and H.J. Stam, (Eds.) Theoretical psychology, critical contributions. Concord, Ontario: Captus
  • Action research and orders of democracy, Action Research, 1. 39-56.
  • Constructing human nature, from the primordial to the prophetic. Human Nature, 13, 123-136
  • Social construction. In Craighead, W. E. and Nemeroff, C.B. (Eds.) The concise Corsini encyclopedia of psychology and behavioral science. 3rd ed. New York: Wiley. 911-912.
  • Il ruolo della narrazione nella costruzione della conoscenaz. Narrare Il Gruppo, I, 9-20.
  • La costruzione sociale e la pratica pedagogica. In M. B. Masoni and B. Vezzani (Eds.) La Relazione Educativa. Milano: Franco Angeli.
  • Social construction: Vistas in clinical and child psychology. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Pschology. With C. Lightfoot and L. Sydow.
  • Appreciative inquiry as dialogue: generative and transformative. In D.L. Cooperrider and M. Avital (Eds.) Constructive discourse and human organization. Amsterdam: Elsevier. (with M. Gergen and F. Barrett)
  • The social construction of lesbianism: Resistance and reconstruction. Feminism and Psychology. 14, 507-510, With G. Russell.
  • Review of John Greenwood's The Disappearance of the social in American social psychology. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 40, 433-435.
  • Reflectons: Between Narcissus and Dorian Grey. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. 14, 299-301. (With M. Gergen).
  • Foreword, Experiential learning exercises in social construction, a field book for creating change. R. Cottor, A. Asher, J. Levin, and C. Caplan Weiser (Eds.) Cleveland: Taos Institute Publications
  • Dialogue: life and death of the organization. In D. Grant, C. Hardy, C. oswick, and L. Putnam (Eds.) Handbook of Organizational Discourse. London: Sage (with M. Gergen and F. Barrett).
  • Dharma dancing: Ballroom dancing and he relational order. Qualitative Inquiry. 10, 836-868. With C.J. Picart.
  • Sosyal insa: Batinin psikolojide kendi kendine konusmasindan karsihlkh kuresel konusmaya. In B. B. Dair (Ed.) Dogunun ve batinin yerelligi. Istanbul: Allfa.
Year Titles
  • Von der Behandlun zum Dialog, Reflexive Kooperation in Theorie und Praxis. Familien-dynamik. 30, 184-198. With E.K. Epstein.
  • Assessment and social construction: conflict or co-creation? British Journal of Social Work, 35, 689-709. With R. Iversen and R. Fairbanks. In Press.
  • Alles halb so schlimm? Psychologie Heute, June. P. 14 (with M. Gergen)
  • Si las personas son textos. In G. Limon Arce (Ed.) Terapias postmodernas, Aportaciones construccionistas. Mexico City: Editorial Pax Mexico.
  • Narrative, moral identity, and historical consciousness: A social constructionist account. In J. Straub (Ed.) Narrative, identity and historical consciousness. New York: Berghahn.
  • Preface to the New Edition, for the 2005 edition of Realities and relationships, Danish translation.
  • Positive aging and the relational matrix. Zeitschrift fur Systemische Therapie und Beratung, 4, 221-228
  • Psychologie jenseits postmoderner Kritik In Psychologie und Gessellschafttskritik. Giessen: Psychosozial-Verkag Pgs. 7-30.
  • The relational self in historical context. International Journal for Dialogical Science, 1, 119-124.
  • Understanding as relationship: Cultural psychology in global context , for J. Straub, et al. (Eds.) Pursuit of meaning, advances in cross-cultural psychology. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag.
  • Theory in action. For special issue of Theory and Psychology. V16, 5,299-307. (with B. Zielke).
  • If you meet social construction along the road, a dialogue with Buddhism. In M. Kwee and K.J. Gergen (Eds.) Horizons in Buddhist Psychology, (with D.M. Hosking)
  • The prophetic power of the positive question. Career Planning and Adult Development Journal. 22, 7-15. (with M. Gergen)
  • Social construction as an ethics of infinitude: A reply to Brinkmann. Journal of Humanistic Psychology. 46, 92-111.
  • Positive aging: Reconstructing the life course, In Worrell, J. and Goodheart, C.D. (Eds.) Handbook of girl's and women's psychological health. New York: Oxford University Press. (with M. Gergen)
  • Collaboration without end: The case of the Positive Aging Newsletter. For H. Anderson (Ed.) Case studies in collaboration. (With M. Gergen)
  • Social construction and education in a conflicted world. Bolgo, R. and Lindemann, H. (Eds.) Theorie und Praxis systemischer Padagogik. Heidelberg: Carl-Auer.
  • Narratives in action. Journal of Narrative Inquiry. 16, 112-121. (with M. Gergen).
  • From Voluntary to Relational Action: Responsibility in Question. In S. Maasen and B. Sutter (Eds.) On willing selves, noeliberal politics vis-à-vis the neuroscientific challenge. London: Palgrave
  • Relativism, religion, and relational being. Special issue, "A Dictatorship of Relativism," Common Knowledge, 13:2-3, pgs. 362-378.
  • The deconstructive and reconstructive phases of social construction. (Interviewed by Cesar Cisneros-Puebla. For Forum: Qualitative Social Research
  • From knowledge-based to dialogue-based management practice. For E. Walter Festschrift. (With M. Gergen)
  • The self: Colonization in psychology and society. In M. Asch and T. Sturm (Eds.) Psychology's Territories, Historical and contemporary perspectives from different disciplines. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Social construction and research methodology. In W. Outhwaite and S.P. Turner, (Eds.) The Sage Handbook of Research Methods. London: Sage. (with M. Gergen)
  • Social construction and research as action. In P. Reason and H. Bradbury (Eds) Handbook of Action Research. London: Sage. (with M. Gergen)
  • A scientist’s role in bereavement research: The case of Wolfgang Stroebe. In Hewstone, M., Schut, H. De Wit, J., van den Bos, K. and Stroebe, M. (Eds.) The scope of social psychology, theory and applications. New York: Psychology Press (with G. Abakoumkin, M. Gergen, R. Hansson, H. Schut, and M. Stroebe)
  • Ein interview mit Ken Gergen. In B. Zielke, Sozialer Konstruktionismus. Gottingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht.
  • Multiphrenia, In G. Ritzer, (Ed.) Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Oxford: Blackwell. Also on Blackwell Reference Online.
  • Saturated Self. In G. Ritzer, (Ed.) Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Oxford: Blackwell. Also on Blackwell Reference Online.
  • Writing as relationship in academic culture. In Zachry, M. and Thralls, C. (Eds.) Communicative practices in workplaces and the professions. Amityville, NY: Baywood.
  • Social construction and psychological inquiry, In Holstein, J. and Gubrium, J. Handbook of Constructionist Research. Thousand Oaks, CA. Sage. With M. Gergen.
  • Constructing trauma and its treatment: Knowledge, power and resistance. In T. Sugiman, K.J. Gergen, W. Wagner, and Y. Yamada (Eds.), Meaning in action, Constructions, narratives, and representations. New York: Springer. (2008) (With C. Quosh)
  • The social turn in the science of human action. . In T. Sugiman, K.J. Gergen, W. Wagner, and Y. Yamada (Eds.), Meaning in action, Constructions, narratives, and representations. New York: Springer. (2008) (With T. Sugiman, W. Wagner, and Y. Yamada).
  • Knowledge as relationship: Education in a global context. In K. Neilsen, et al. (Eds.) A qualitative stance, Essays in honor of Steinar Kvale. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press. (with M. Gergen).
  • Foreword. In Monk, G., Winslade, J. and Sinclair, S. New horizons in multicultural counseling.
  • Who conceives of mind? Von Glasersfeld’s turn to society. Constructivist Foundations, v3,2.
  • Why we are not social constructionists. A dialogue in honor of Michael Mahoney. Constructivism in the Human Sciences, 12, 142-146. With M. Gergen.
  • Therapeutic challenges of multi-being. Journal of Family Therapy, 30, 4, 335-350.
  • Deep development. For Organisations Entwicklung, v.27, 4, 12-19.
  • The creative age. Happiness, energy and spirit. Sept/Oct. p. 45. With M. Gergen
  • Foreword, for A. Michel and S. Wortham’s, Bullish on uncertainty, how organizational cultures transform participants. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Mobile communication and the transformation of the democratic process. In Katz, J.E. (Ed.) Handbook of mobile communication studies. Cambridge: MIT Press.
  • Los rostros deconstructivo y reconstructivo de la construccion social, Casa del Tempo, V. II, Epoca IV, 63-74 (with Cisneros Puebla, C.A.)
  • The very idea of social psychology. Social Psychology Quarterly. 71, 331-337.
  • Foreword for L. Holzman’s, Vygotsky at Work and Play. : London: Routledge.
  • Foreword for G.I.E. Stroschen (Ed.) Challenges and Solutions in the Development and Implementation of Blended Shore Education Programs. New York: Springer.
  • Dialogue as collaborative action. Journal fur Psychologie. Jg.17, Aus. 2.
  • La relation comme action collaborative. Nouvelles perspectives in sciences socalies. 5, 21-24.
  • The problem of prejudice in plural worlds. For the Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, v. 29, 97-101.
  • Pragmatics and pluralism in explaining human action. Behavior and Philosophy, 37, 1-7.
Year Titles
  • Meaning in relationship. In J.D. Raskin, S. K. Bridges,  & R.A. Neimeyer (Eds.) Studies in Meaning, V.4. New York: Pace University Press.
  • Social construction. In I.B. Weiner and W.E. Craighead. (Eds.) The concise Corsini encyclopedia of psychology and behavioral science. 4th ed. New York: Wiley. 1625-1627.
  • Foreword for M. Blair’s Riding the current, Chagrin Falls, OH: Taos Institute Publications.
  • After Words: Working with elders: inspiring the young. For Fredman, G. Anderson, E., and Stott, J. (Eds.) Being with older people; A systemic approach. Lodon: Karnac (With M. Gergen).
  • Polyphonic passions of a scholarly profession. In N.K. Denzin and M.D. Giardina (Eds) Qualitative Inquiry and Human Rights. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.
  • Beyond the Enlightenment: Relational being. In S.R. Kirschner and J. Martin (Eds.) The sociocultural turn in psychology. New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Scanning the terrain of narrative inquiry. Social Psychology and  Personality Compass. 4, 728-735. With M. Gergen
  • Positive Aging: Resilience and Reconstruction, in  P. Fry & C. Keyes  (Eds.) New frontiers in resilient aging: Life-strengths and well-being  in later life.  New York: Cambridge University Press. (With M. Gergen)
  • Foreword. For M.G.T. Kwee (Ed.) New Horizons in Buddhist Psychology. Chagrin Falls,  OH: Taos Institute Publications.
  • Polyvocal organizing: An exploration. In C. Steyaert and B. Van Looy (Eds.)  Relational practices, participative organizing. Emerald Press. (with M. Gergen).
  • Mobile Communication and the New Insularity. Qwerty, Journal of Education, Culture and Technology. 5, 1.
  • Performative social science and psychology. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 12, Art. 11. With M. Gergen
  • From the machine to the conversation: Organizational vitality in the contemporary world. Practicing Social Change, (with M. Gergen)
  • Performative Sozialwissenschaft, in G. Mey and K. Mruk (Eds.) Handbuch Qualitative Forschung in der Psychologie, with M. Gergen.
  • Co-Constitution, Causality, and Confluence: Organizing in a World without Entities. For T. Hernes and S. Maitlis(Eds.) Process, Sensemaking, and Organizing. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • The acculturated brain. Theory and Psychology. 20, 795-816.
  • From moral autonomy to relational responsibility. Zygon, Journal of Religion and Science.  46, 204-223.
  • The social construction of self, In S. Gallagher (Ed.) Oxford Handbook of the Self. Oxford University Press.
  • Afigelser I market, Psykologisk set, 81, 41-46, 2011.
  • Triffst Du den Sozialen Konstruktionismus unterwegs: Ein Dialog mit dem Buddhismus. In B. Japelt and H. Schildberg, (Eds..) Wi(e)der die Erfahrung: Zum Stand der Kunst systemischer Padagogik. Basel: Borgmann. (with D.M. Hosking).
  • Performative social science and psychology. Historical social research. 36-4. With M. Gergen.
  • Relating to my reviewers. Journal of Theoretical & Philosophical Psychology
    31, 69-70.
  • Social construction in question.  Human Systems. 22, 149-168.
  • Narrative inquiry: Breaking the disciplinary barriers. For T. Dragonas & N. Bozatis (Eds.) The discursive turn in psychology. Athens: Metaixmio. With M. Gergen
  • Discourse study: A movement in the making.  In T. Dragonas & N. Bozatis (Eds.) The discursive turn in psychology. Athens: Metaixmio.
  • The social dimension of social psychology. In A. Kruglanski and W. Stroebe (Eds.) Handbook of the history of social psychology. New York; Psychology Press.
  • The brain as instrument: Continuing the conversation. Theory and Psychology.
  • Narrative tensions: Perilous and productive. Narrative Inquiry. 21, 374-381. (with M. Gergen).
  • The self as social construction.  Psychological Studies, 56: 108-116.
  • Preface, to the Chinese Edition of  Social construction in context. Beijing: Remnin University Press.
  • Relational being: A brief introduction. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 24, 280-282.
  • Relational being in question: A reply to my colleagues. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 24, 314-320.
  • The delight of continuing the conversation. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 24, 340-344.
  • Foreword to G. Haslebo and M. Haslebo Practicing relational ethics in organizations.  Chagrin Falls, OH: Taos Institute Publications.
  • Relational ethics and missing voices. In A. Liegeois, M. Ramsleigh. J. Corveleyn, & R.Burggraeve (Eds.) “After you!” Dialogic  ethics and the pastoral counseling process. new ethics for care-giving relationships. Leuven: Leuven University Press. (With M. Gergen).
  • Social construction and its development: An interview with Kenneth Gergen. Psychological Studies, 57, 126-133. (With Yang, L.).
  • La construccion social y la investigacion psicologica. In A Ovejero & J. Ramos (Eds.) Psicologica socil critica. Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva. (With M. Gergen).
  • Therapeutic communication from a constructionist perspective  In A. Lock and T. Strong (Eds.)  Discursive perspectives in therapeutic practice. New York: Oxford University Press. (with M. Gergen).
  • From psychodynamics to multi-being. Dynamic Psychiatry. 3-4, 251-252; pgs.93-119.
  • Grappling with the good: Dialogic process and the challenge of human values. In M. Bertau, M. Concalves, and P. Raggatt  (Eds.)  Dialogic formations: Investigations into the origins and development of the dialogical self.  Charlotte, NC: Information age publishing.
  • Social construction and relationalism: A conversation with Kenneth Gergen. Universitas Psychologica. 11, 1001-1011. With J.C. Aceros.
  • Qualitative inquiry and the challenge of scientific status. In N.K. Denzin & M.D. Giardina (Eds.) Global dimensions of qualitative inquiry. Walnut Creek, CA: Leftcoast Press.
  • Practices of psychological inquiry: The global challenge. In Mustakova-Possardt, E., Lyu-bansky, M., Basseches, M. & Oxenberg, J. (Eds.) Toward a socially responsible psychol-ogy for a global era. New York: Springer. (With M. Basseches).
  • Technology and the Tributaries of Relational Being, In R. W, Tafarodi (Ed.) Subjectivity in the twenty-first century: Psychological, sociological, and political perspectives. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Foreword, for M. Kwee, Psychotherapy by Karma transformation: Relational Buddhism and rational practice. Chagrin Falls, OH: WorldShare Books.
  • The rugged return of qualitative inquiry in American psychology. BPS Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin. 15, Spring, 38-40.
  • Foreword, for D. McCown, The ethical space of mindfulness in clinical practice: An ex-ploratory essay. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley. Relating with self and others. Inter-Action. 5, 9-25.
  • Foreword, for D. Romaioli, La Terapia multi-being: Una prospettiva relazionale in psico-terapia. Chagrin Falls, OH: WorldShare Books
  • Current concerns. Charaktery. Portal psychoologiczny. Sept. issue.
  • Afterword. For B. McCoy’s Youth ministry from the inside out: How relationships and stories shape identity. Downer’s Grove, ILL: Inter-varsity Press.
  • Social construction in psychology. In N. Azari (Ed.) Encyclopedia of sciences and reli-gions. New York: Springer.
  • Foreword, for Coopperrider et al. Organizational generativity: The appreciative inquiry summit and a scholarship of transformation. Bingley, UK: Emerald.
  • Social Epistemology and the Pragmatics of Assessment, Columbia Teacher’s College Record, 2014, Vol. 116. (With E. Dixon-Roman).
  • Foreword, for C. Tileaga & J. Byford (Eds.) Psychology and history: Interdisciplinary ex-plorations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Pursuing excellence in qualitative inquiry. Qualitative Psychology. 1, 49-60.
  • Social constructionism. In T. Theo (Ed.) Encyclopedia of critical psychology. New York: Springer. 1772-1776.
  • Culturally inclusive psychology from a constructionist perspective. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. 45: 95-107.
  • Process without foundations. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 34, 195-199.
  • Mischief, mystery, and moments that matter. Qualitative Inquiry . 20, 213-221. (With M. Gergen).
  • Positives Altern und die Beziehungsmatrix. In Friedrich-Hett, T., Artner, N.,& Ernste, R. (Eds.) Systemisches arbeitrn mit alteren menschen. Heidelberg: Carl-Auer.
  • Social ghosts: An interview with Kenneth Gergen. New Philosopher. 5. 110-114.
Year Titles
  • From mirroring to world-making: Research as future forming. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 45: 287-310.(Winner of the 2014 essay competition, Independent Social Research Foundation, London, UK)
  • Playland: Technology, self and social transformation. In J. de Mul, V. Frissen, M. deLange & J. Raessens (Eds.) Playful identities: The ludification of digital media cultures. Amster-dam: Amsterdam University Press.
  • The promises of qualitative inquiry. American Psychologist, 70 (1), 1-9. With R. Josselson and M. Freeman.
  • The neurobiological turn in therapeutic treatment: Salvation or devastation? In D. Low-enthal (Ed.). Critical psychoanalysis and counselling: Implications for practice. London: Palgrave.
  • Toward a relational humanism. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, 54, 149-165.
  • Foreword for G.T. Kwee Buddha as therapist: Meditations. Chagin Falls, OH: WorldShare Press.
  • Beziehungsethik in den helfenden Berufen. Familien dynamik. 40, 188-196.
  • From Propositions to Practice: Pedagogy for Life as Process. In T. Dragonas, K. Gergen, S. McNamee, and E. Tseliou (Eds.) Education as Social Construction. Chagrin Falls, OH: WorldShare Books.
  • Education as social construction: An introduction. In T. Dragonas, K. Gergen, S. McNamee, and E. Tseliou (Eds.) Education as Social Construction. Chagrin Falls, OH: WorldShare Books.
  • Horizons of human inquiry. In Shwa, I.F., Hardy, M, & Marsh, J. (Eds.) Social work re-search. Vol. II. London: Sage.
  • Foreword, for Larsen, M. & J. Rasmussen (Eds.). Relational perspectives on leading. Lon-don: Palgrave.
  • The quantitative/qualitative distinction: Blessed are the impure. Qualitative Psychology. 2, 210-213.
  • Foreword for H. Kara’s Creative research methods in the social sciences: A practical guide. Bristol: Policy Press. (with M. Gergen).
  • Relational ethics in therapeutic practice. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy. 36: 409-418.
  • Developing leadership as dialogic practice. In J.A.Raelin (Ed.) Leadership-as-Practice: Theory and application. New York: Routledge. (with L. Hersted).
  • Towards the collaborative activity that is life itself. The New Therapist (Centennial Edition) 100.
  • From Commands to Conversations: Identity in the coming organizational culture. Gruppe. Interaktion. Organisation. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Organisationspsychologie. Preview online.
  • Toward a visionary psychology. Humanistic Psychologist. 44: 3-17.
  • Constructing spirit, spiritualizing construction, In D. Bidwell (Ed), Spirituality, Social con-struction, and relational process. Chagrin Falls, OH: WorldShare Books.
  • Therapeutic practice as social construction. In M. O’Reilly, and J. Lester (Eds.) Handbook of adult mental health. (With O. Ness).
  • Foreword, for Lewis and Winkelman’s Lifescaping practices for learning commmunities. New York: Routledge.
  • Critique, Construction, and Confluence: Journeying with John Shotter. For T. Corcoran and J. Cromby (Eds.) Joint Action: Essays in honor of John Shotter. Philadelphia: Taylor and Francis.
  • Toward relational leading.AI Practitioner. 18. 28-35.
  • Relational welfare and positive aging. Relational Praxis, 7. 17-23. (with M. Gergen)
  • The social and historical construction of social constructionism: Prof. K.J. Gergen in dia-logue. Culture and psychology, 22, 565-573. (with B. Wang)
  • The performative movement in the social sciences. In P. Leavy (Ed.) Handbook of arts-based research. New York: Guilford. (with M. Gergen)
  • Critique, construction, and co-creation: A conversation with Kenneth Gergen. In McDonald et al. (Eds.) Dialogues at the edge of American psychological discourse. London: Palgrave.
  • Living moments with John Shotter. International Journal of Collaborative Practices. 7: 16-25. (with M. Gergen).
  • Preface for Positive aging: A new vision for senior citizens (in Chinese) Taipei: LucAce. (2017) With M. Gergen and S. Liu
  • Living the post university life: Academics talk about retirement. Qualitative Inquiry, (with Carolyn Ellis, et al.) (preliminary now on line).
  • Preface for the Chinese edition. Relational Being: Beyond self and community. Shanghai Press. (Simpie Chinese)
  • Constructao social e comunicacao terapêutica. In M.A. Grandesso (Ed.) Praticas colabora-tivas e dialogicas em distintos contexto e populações. Curitiba: Editora CRV.
  • Relational ledelse. In K. Mellon (Ed.) Den kritiske leder. Frederikshaven: Dafolo.
  • Human Essence: Toward a Relational Reconstruction. In J. Dovidio and M. van Zomeran (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of human essences. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • The digital wayfarer: Evocative ethnography as performance. Qualitative Psychology.5, 16-25.
  • Foreword, for S. Bava and M. Greene, The relational book for parenting. New York: Think Play Partners.
  • Social psychology and social justice: Dilemmas, dynamics, and destiny. In Hammock, P.L. (Ed.) Oxford handbook of social psychology of social justice. New York: Oxford Universi-ty Press.
  • Doing things with words: Toward evocative ethnography. Qualitative Research in Psychology. DOI (With M. Gergen).
  • Relationalitat. In C, Kolbl & A. Sieben (Eds.) Stichworte zur Kulturpsychologie, Bonn: Psychosozial-Verlag. With M. Gergen.
  • The place of culture in psychology. In Jovanovic, G. Allolio, L. and Rattner, C. (Eds.) The challenges of cultural psychology: Historical legacies and future responsibilities. London: Routledge.
  • Etica relational na Practica Terapeutical. In M. Grandesso (Ed.) Colaboracao e dialogo: Aportes teoricos e possibilidades praticas. Curitiba, BR: CRV.
  • The limits of language as the limits of psychological explanation. Theory and Psychology. (1-15) DOI: 10.1177/09593543 1881 1641