How to socialize

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () Rural social networks along Amazonian rivers: seeds, labor and soccer among communities on the Napo River, Peru [d]
  2. () Belong: find your people, create community, & live a more connected life [i]
  3. () The anatomy of friendship [p] [d]
  4. () Reinforcements: how to get people to help you [i]
  5. () Tradition's hidden economy [d]
  6. () Laughter as a neurochemical mechanism aimed at reinforcing social bonds: integrating evidence from opioidergic activity and brain stimulation [p] [d]
  7. () It doesn't hurt to ask: question-asking increases liking [p] [d]
  8. () On the benefits of giving social support: when, why, and how support providers gain by caring for others [d]
  9. Heidi Keller & Kim A. Bard [ed] () The cultural nature of attachment: contextualizing relationships and development [i]
  10. () Mutualistic cooperation: why religion is common but saints are rare [d]
  11. () The magnetic leader: how irresistible leaders attract employees, customers, and profits [i]
  12. () Variation in the β-endorphin, oxytocin, and dopamine receptor genes is associated with different dimensions of human sociality [p] [d]
  13. () The primacy of social support [in religion] [d]
  14. () Discerning devotion: testing the signaling theory of religion [d]
  15. () How to create a social circle as a freelancer [u]
  16. () Reciprocity outperforms conformity to promote cooperation [p] [d]
  17. () Predicting psychotherapy outcome based on therapist interpersonal skills: a five-year longitudinal study of a therapist assessment protocol [p] [d]
  18. () Social network size and cognitive functioning in middle-aged adults: cross-sectional and longitudinal associations [p] [d]
  19. () Beyond viral: the proliferation of social media usage has not resulted in significant social change [d]
  20. () Information and communication technology and the social inclusion of refugees [u]
  21. () Quick thinkers are smooth talkers: mental speed facilitates charisma [p] [d]
  22. () Pain tolerance predicts human social network size [p] [d]
  23. () The behavioral immune system: implications for social cognition, social interaction, and social influence [i] [d]
  24. () Perfectionists do not play nicely with others: expanding the social disconnection model [i] [d]
  25. () Why are some individuals more resilient than others: the role of social support [d]
  26. () The social media trap: how knowledge workers learn to deal with constant social connectivity [i] [d]
  27. () Sociality: the behaviour of group-living animals [i] [d]
  28. () Beyond contagion: reality mining reveals complex patterns of social influence [d]
  29. () The relationship inventory: a complete resource and guide [i] [d]
  30. () Focus on the success of others leads to selfish behavior [p] [d]
  31. () Presence: bringing your boldest self to your biggest challenges [i]
  32. () The mix matters: complex personal networks relate to higher cognitive functioning in old age [p] [d]
  33. () Seven life lessons from humanistic behaviorism: how to bring the best out of yourself and others [d]
  34. () The psychological effects of the contextual activation of security-enhancing mental representations in adulthood [d]
  35. () Blending in at the cost of losing oneself: dishonest self-disclosure erodes self-concept clarity in social anxiety [d]
  36. Greg Richards, Lénia Marques, & Karen Mein [ed] () Event design: social perspectives and practices [i]
  37. () A false sense of security: safety behaviors erode objective speech performance in individuals with social anxiety disorder [p] [d]
  38. () The like switch: an ex-FBI agent's guide to influencing, attracting, and winning people over [i]
  39. () Strategies for advice taking: the role of epistemic social information [d]
  40. () Cognitive distortion in interpersonal relations: clinical implications of social cognitive research on person perception [d]
  41. () Underestimating our influence over others' unethical behavior and decisions [d]
  42. () Interpersonal justice, relational conflict, and commitment to change: the moderating role of social interaction [d]
  43. () I'm sorry about the rain!: superfluous apologies demonstrate empathic concern and increase trust [d]
  44. Joey T. Cheng, Jessica L. Tracy, & Cameron Anderson [ed] () The psychology of social status [i] [d]
  45. () Remediation of interpersonal and communication skills [i] [d]
  46. () Do your dark side traits fit?: dysfunctional personalities in different work sectors [d]
  47. () The origins and nature of compassion focused therapy [d]
  48. () Cognitive vulnerability to depression can be contagious [d]
  49. () Accounting as personal apology [d]
  50. () Mapping family connectedness across space and time [d]
  51. () Social cognition and metacognition in schizophrenia: psychopathology and treatment approaches [i] [d]
  52. () Food community networks as leverage for social embeddedness [d]
  53. () Sociality influences cultural complexity [d]
  54. () Selfless or selfish?: generativity and narcissism as components of legacy [d]
  55. () Relating anatomical and social connectivity: white matter microstructure predicts emotional empathy [d]
  56. () Connecting to change the world: harnessing the power of networks for social impact [i]
  57. Ronald E. Riggio & Sherylle J. Tan [ed] () Leader interpersonal and influence skills: the soft skills of leadership [i]
  58. () Emotion-focused therapy for the treatment of social anxiety: an overview of the model and a case description [d]
  59. () Circumventing anxiety during interpersonal encounters to promote interest in contact: an implementation intention approach [d]
  60. () A talent for friendship: rediscovery of a remarkable trait [i]
  61. () Collective interviewing: a transactive memory approach towards identifying signs of truthfulness [d]
  62. Maria Xenitidou & Bruce Edmonds [ed] () The complexity of social norms [i] [d]
  63. () The social functions of the emotion of gratitude via expression [p] [d]
  64. () Socioeconomic status and paranoia: the role of life hassles, self-mastery, and striving to avoid inferiority [d]
  65. () The dark side of competition for status [d]
  66. () Social cognition and social functioning in nonclinical paranoia [d]
  67. () Assessing aberrant personality in managerial coaching: measurement issues and prevalence rates across employment sectors [d]
  68. () The role of social connectors in seeking computer-mediated information in rural societies [u]
  69. () The adaptive function of distributed remembering: contributions to the formation of collective memory [d]
  70. () The social interaction potential of metropolitan regions: a time-geographic measurement approach using joint accessibility [d]
  71. () Agency–communion and self-esteem relations are moderated by culture, religiosity, age, and sex: evidence for the 'self-centrality breeds self-enhancement' principle [d]
  72. () Give and take: a revolutionary approach to success [i]
  73. () The necessity of strangers: the intriguing truth about insight, innovation, and success [i]
  74. () Employability and career success: bridging the gap between theory and reality [d]
  75. () Ontogeny of prosocial behavior across diverse societies [d]
  76. () 8 keys to building your best relationships [i]
  77. () Understanding politeness [i] [d]
  78. () Belief buddies versus critical communities: the social organization of pseudoscience [i] [d]
  79. () Emotions are at the core of individual social performance [i] [d]
  80. () Harsh childhood environmental characteristics predict exploitation and retaliation in humans [d]
  81. () Clarifying the links between social support and health: culture, stress, and neuroticism matter [d]
  82. () Social cognition in borderline personality disorder [p] [d]
  83. () From a disconnected society to an interconnected society [j]
  84. () The emerging field of human social genomics [p] [d]
  85. () Reciprocal interactions between group perceptions of leader charisma and group mood through mood contagion [d]
  86. () Land your dream career: eleven steps to take in college [i]
  87. () Early maladaptive schemas and interpersonal problems: a circumplex analysis of the YSQ-SF [u]
  88. () Social strain and executive function across the lifespan: the dark (and light) sides of social engagement [d]
  89. () Implicit and explicit social mentalizing: dual processes driven by a shared neural network [p] [d]
  90. () Under a watchful eye: self, power, and intimacy in Amazonia [i] [d] [j]
  91. () A systems view on revenge and forgiveness systems [d]
  92. () Impact at the 'bottom of the pyramid': the role of social capital in capability development and community empowerment [d]
  93. () Risk pooling, risk preferences, and social networks [d]
  94. () The complex position of the intermediary in telecenters and community multimedia centers [u]
  95. () Social cognition in members of conflict groups: behavioural and neural responses in Arabs, Israelis and South Americans to each other's misfortunes [d]
  96. () The charisma myth: how anyone can master the art and science of personal magnetism [i]
  97. () Social network capital, economic mobility and poverty traps [d]
  98. () Let me tell you what to do: cultural differences in advice-giving [d]
  99. () Getting down to basics: a situated model of conflict in social relations [d]
  100. () Look at me, I'll remember you: the perception of self-relevant social cues enhances memory and right hippocampal activity [d]
  101. () Beyond prejudice: are negative evaluations the problem and is getting us to like one another more the solution? [and comments and reply] [p] [d]
  102. () When friends deflect questions about sensitive information: questioners' cognitive complexity and explanations for friends' avoidance [d]
  103. () Social cognition on the Internet: testing constraints on social network size [d]
  104. () Social laughter is correlated with an elevated pain threshold [d]
  105. () Flustered and faithful: embarrassment as a signal of prosociality [d]
  106. Susan T. Fiske & Hazel Rose Markus [ed] () Facing social class: how societal rank influences interaction [i]
  107. () Hierarchical integration of agency and communion: a study of influential moral figures [p] [d]
  108. () Trusting what you're told: how children learn from others [i]
  109. () Examining concurrent and longitudinal relations between personality traits and social well-being in adulthood [d]
  110. () Personality trait development and social investment in work [d]
  111. () Social capital and social quilts: network patterns of favor exchange [d]
  112. () The 11 laws of likability: relationship networking—because people do business with people they like [i]
  113. () The relational dimension of identity—theoretical and empirical exploration [d]
  114. () Beyond traits: personality as intersubjective themes [d]
  115. () Policy implications of implicit social cognition [d]
  116. () Attention in a social world [i]
  117. () Networked: the new social operating system [i]
  118. () Friends with benefits: social support and its relevance for farm animal welfare [d]
  119. () Children's and adolescents' reasons for socially excluding others [d]
  120. () Emotion regulation and aggression [d]
  121. () The essential role of ritual in the transmission and reinforcement of social norms [p] [d]
  122. () Social networks and spatial configuration—how office layouts drive social interaction [d]
  123. () 'I am the person now I was always meant to be': identity reconstruction and narrative reframing in therapeutic community prisons [d]
  124. () Delta theory and psychosocial systems: the practice of influence and change [i] [d]
  125. Kjell Törnblom & Ali Kazemi [ed] () Handbook of social resource theory: theoretical extensions, empirical insights, and social applications [i] [d]
  126. () Agentic and communal values: their scope and measurement [d]
  127. () Temporal stability and psychological foundations of cooperation preferences [d]
  128. () Social connection enables dehumanization [d]
  129. () Being deluded after being excluded?: how emotion regulation deficits in paranoia-prone individuals affect state paranoia during experimentally induced social stress [d]
  130. () Fictive kinship as it mediates learning, resiliency, perseverance, and social learning of inner-city high school students of color in a college physics class [d]
  131. () Cracking the hidden job market: how to find opportunity in any economy [i]
  132. () The evolution of religion: how cognitive by-products, adaptive learning heuristics, ritual displays, and group competition generate deep commitments to prosocial religions [d]
  133. () Local, global and virtual buzz: the importance of face-to-face contact in economic interaction and possibilities to go beyond [d]
  134. Jess Benhabib, Alberto Bisin, & Matthew O. Jackson [ed] () Handbook of social economics [i]
  135. () In search of our true selves: feedback as a path to self-knowledge [d]
  136. () A cooperative species: human reciprocity and its evolution [i]
  137. () True belonging: mindful practices to help you overcome loneliness, connect with others, and cultivate happiness [i]
  138. () Personality accounts for stable preferences and expectations across a range of simple games [d]
  139. () Culture–gene coevolution, norm-psychology and the emergence of human prosociality [d]
  140. () Us versus them: social identity shapes neural responses to intergroup competition and harm [d]
  141. () Touchpoints: creating powerful leadership connections in the smallest of moments [i]
  142. () The dynamics of warmth and competence judgments, and their outcomes in organizations [d]
  143. () The neural sociometer: brain mechanisms underlying state self-esteem [p] [d]
  144. () Envy up, scorn down: how status divides us [i]
  145. () Compassion and healing in medicine and society: on the nature and use of attachment solutions to separation challenges [i]
  146. () The integration of agency and communion in moral personality: evidence of enlightened self-interest [d]
  147. () Exchanging social positions: enhancing perspective taking within a cooperative problem solving task [d]
  148. () The compassionate-mind guide to building social confidence: using compassion-focused therapy to overcome shyness and social anxiety [i]
  149. () Drunk, powerful, and in the dark: how general processes of disinhibition produce both prosocial and antisocial behavior [d]
  150. () The circumplex structure of interpersonal sensitivities [d]
  151. () What we think we do (to each other): how personality can bias behavior schemas through the projection of if–then profiles [d]
  152. () Economic inequality is linked to biased self-perception [d]
  153. () Don't hide your happiness!: positive emotion dissociation, social connectedness, and psychological functioning [d]
  154. () Amazonian agriculturalists bound by subsistence hunting [d]
  155. Ivan Nyklíček, Ad J. J. M. Vingerhoets, & Marcel Zeelenberg [ed] () Emotion regulation and well-being [i] [d]
  156. () Time-critical social mobilization [p] [d]
  157. () Moral psychology is relationship regulation: moral motives for unity, hierarchy, equality, and proportionality [d]
  158. () Join the club: how peer pressure can transform the world [i]
  159. () Learning to be bad: adverse social conditions, social schemas, and crime [d]
  160. () Achieving forgiveness and trust in postconflict societies: the importance of self-disclosure and empathy [i] [d]
  161. Linda R. Tropp & Robyn K. Mallett [ed] () Moving beyond prejudice reduction: pathways to positive intergroup relations [i]
  162. () The embarrassed bystander: embarrassability and the inhibition of helping [d]
  163. () Belongingness as a protective factor against loneliness and potential depression in a multicultural middle school [d]
  164. () Being 'in' with the in-crowd: the effects of social exclusion and inclusion are enhanced by the perceived essentialism of ingroups and outgroups [d]
  165. () Neighbor networks: competitive advantage local and personal [i]
  166. () Interpersonal subtypes in social phobia: diagnostic and treatment implications [d]
  167. () Social understanding through social interaction [i]
  168. () Well connected: an unconventional approach to building genuine, effective business relationships [i]
  169. () Bracing for the worst, but behaving the best: social anxiety, hostility, and behavioral aggression [d]
  170. () Social eavesdropping and the evolution of conditional cooperation and cheating strategies [d]
  171. () Origins and applications of the interpersonal circumplex [i] [d]
  172. () Cooperative behavior cascades in human social networks [d]
  173. () Emotional display rules and emotion self-regulation: associations with bullying and victimization in community-based after school programs [d]
  174. () Markets, religion, community size, and the evolution of fairness and punishment [d]
  175. () Professionalism: self-control matters [d]
  176. Leonard M. Horowitz & Stephen Strack [ed] () Handbook of interpersonal psychology: theory, research, assessment and therapeutic interventions [i] [d]
  177. () Punishment and spite, the dark side of cooperation [d]
  178. () Social development as preference management: how infants, children, and parents get what they want from one another [i] [d]
  179. () Long-term effects of social investment: the case of partnering in young adulthood [d]
  180. () Religion, social networks, and life satisfaction [d]
  181. () Classroom ratings of likeability and popularity are related to the Big Five and the general factor of personality [d]
  182. () Autonomy and relatedness reconsidered: learning from Indian families [d]
  183. () Coping with control and manipulation: making the difference between being a target and becoming a victim [i]
  184. () Close social associations in animals and humans: functions and mechanisms of friendship [d]
  185. () Variation and the response to variation as a basis for successful cooperation [d]
  186. Batja Mesquita, Lisa Feldman Barrett, & Eliot R. Smith [ed] () The mind in context [i]
  187. Douglas W. Nangle [ed] () Practitioner's guide to empirically based measures of social skills [i]
  188. () Provisioning responsibilities: how relationships shape the work that women do [d]
  189. () Embodied economics: how bodily information shapes the social coordination dynamics of decision-making [d]
  190. () Power: why some people have it—and others don't [i]
  191. () Dominance signals in debates [i] [d]
  192. () Should we trust grand bazaar carpet sellers (and vice versa)? [i] [u]
  193. Kenneth H. Rubin & Robert J. Coplan [ed] () The development of shyness and social withdrawal [i]
  194. () The building-up of social relationships: behavioural types, social networks and cooperative breeding in a cichlid [d]
  195. () Incivility: the rude stranger in everyday life [i] [d]
  196. () Why people cooperate: the role of social motivations [i]
  197. () Identification, screening and stereotyping in labour market discrimination [d]
  198. () Experiencing flow: is doing it together better than doing it alone? [d]
  199. () Using empathy to improve intergroup attitudes and relations [d]
  200. () The art of conversation: a guided tour of a neglected pleasure [i]
  201. () In the eye of the beholder: individual differences in perceived social isolation predict regional brain activation to social stimuli [d]
  202. () Perceived social isolation and cognition [d]
  203. () The myth of individualism: how social forces shape our lives [i]
  204. Joan Y. Chiao [ed] () Cultural neuroscience: cultural influences on brain function [i] [d]
  205. () Neural basis of individualistic and collectivistic views of self [d]
  206. () Examining social isolation by gender and geography: conceptual and operational challenges using population health data in Canada [d]
  207. () Social distance as a moderator of the effects of transformational leadership: both neutralizer and enhancer [d]
  208. Peter Thorpe Ellison & Peter B. Gray [ed] () Endocrinology of social relationships [i]
  209. () Well-being for all: concepts and tools for social cohesion = Le bien-être pour tous: concepts et outils de la cohésion sociale [i]
  210. () Time and scheduling [i] [d]
  211. () The ethics of interpersonal relationships [i]
  212. () The mindful path through shyness: how mindfulness and compassion can help free you from social anxiety, fear, and avoidance [i]
  213. Kenneth J. Gergen, Stuart M. Schrader, & Mary M. Gergen [ed] () Constructing worlds together: interpersonal communication as relational process [i]
  214. () Relational being: beyond self and community [i]
  215. () Exploring personality with the interpersonal circumplex [d]
  216. () Notes on collaboration: assessing student behaviors [d]
  217. () Relationship connection: a redux on the role of minding and the quality of feeling special in the enhancement of closeness [i] [d]
  218. () Positive mood and social relatedness as information about meaning in life [d]
  219. () Eavesdropping on social life: the accuracy of stranger ratings of daily behavior from thin slices of natural conversations [d]
  220. () Being nice [u]
  221. () The thermometer of social relations: mapping social proximity on temperature [d]
  222. () Effective apology: mending fences, building bridges, and restoring trust [i]
  223. () When social anxiety disorder co-exists with risk-prone, approach behavior: investigating a neglected, meaningful subset of people in the National Comorbidity Survey–Replication [d]
  224. () Folk theory of social change [d]
  225. Paul R. Kleindorfer & Yoram Wind [ed] () The network challenge: strategy, profit, and risk in an interlinked world [i]
  226. Mark R. Leary & Rick H. Hoyle [ed] () Handbook of individual differences in social behavior [i]
  227. () Autonomy and relatedness reconsidered: learning from the Inuit [d]
  228. () Life is friends: a complete guide to the lost art of connecting in person [i]
  229. () Shifting ground: the variable use of essentialism in contexts of inclusion and exclusion [d]
  230. () When rejection sensitivity matters: regulating dependence within daily interactions with family and friends [d]
  231. () Psychosocial functioning in the context of diagnosis: assessment and theoretical issues [d]
  232. () Gaps in social support resources in later life: an adaptational challenge in need of further research [d]
  233. () Why the garden club couldn't save Youngstown: the transformation of the Rust Belt [i]
  234. () Grasping the dynamic nature of intersubjectivity [i] [d]
  235. () Unanticipated gains: origins of network inequality in everyday life [i]
  236. () Reactions to discrimination, stigmatization, ostracism, and other forms of interpersonal rejection: a multimotive model [d]
  237. () Coping through emotional approach: emerging evidence for the utility of processing and expressing emotions in responding to stressors [i] [d]
  238. () Alone and without purpose: life loses meaning following social exclusion [d]
  239. () Transforming 'apathy into movement': the role of prosocial emotions in motivating action for social change [d]
  240. () The empathy gap: building bridges to the good life and the good society [i]
  241. () Adventure-based group therapy to promote social skills in adolescents [d]
  242. () Social cognition and the brain: a meta-analysis [d]
  243. Robert S. Wyer, Chi-yue Chiu, & Ying-yi Hong [ed] () Understanding culture: theory, research, and application [i]
  244. () Depression is contagious: how the most common mood disorder is spreading around the world and how to stop it [i]
  245. () The dark side of creativity: biological vulnerability and negative emotions lead to greater artistic creativity [d]
  246. () Credibility [of scientists] [d]
  247. () Punishing hubris: the perils of overestimating one's status in a group [d]
  248. () Polarities of experience: relatedness and self-definition in personality development, psychopathology, and the therapeutic process [i]
  249. () The economics and psychology of personality traits [d]
  250. () Loneliness: human nature and the need for social connection [i]
  251. () Agency in social activity interactions: the role of social networks in time and space [d]
  252. () The healthy aging brain: sustaining attachment, attaining wisdom [i]
  253. () 'She did what? There is no way I would do that!': the potential interpersonal harm caused by mispredicting one's behavior [d] [j]
  254. () The connect effect: building strong personal, professional, and virtual networks [i]
  255. () Nice guys can get the corner office: eight strategies for winning in business without being a jerk [i]
  256. () Empathy-related and prosocial responding: conceptions and correlates during development [i]
  257. () The social behavior and reputation of the attributionally complex [d]
  258. () Balance is everything: bicycle messengers, work and leisure [d]
  259. () Social cognition: from brains to culture [i]
  260. () Communication and group perception: extending the 'saying is believing' effect [d]
  261. () The myth of the alpha male: a new look at dominance-related beliefs and behaviors among adolescent males and females [d]
  262. () Positive social interactions and the human body at work: linking organizations and physiology [d] [j]
  263. () Antisocial punishment across societies [d]
  264. () Importance of personal goals in people with independent versus interdependent selves [d]
  265. () Mirroring people: the new science of how we connect with others [i]
  266. () Children's role in meaning making through their participation in an environmental education program [d]
  267. () The multi-voicedness of independence and interdependence: the case of the Cameroonian Nso [d]
  268. () Power, distress, and compassion: turning a blind eye to the suffering of others [d]
  269. () The expert's edge: become the go-to authority people turn to every time [i]
  270. () Social hierarchy: the self-reinforcing nature of power and status [d]
  271. () The function of fiction is the abstraction and simulation of social experience [d]
  272. () The 29% solution: 52 weekly networking success strategies [i]
  273. () Personality dominance and preferential use of the vertical dimension of space: evidence from spatial attention paradigms [d]
  274. Jeylan T. Mortimer [ed] () Social class and transitions to adulthood [i]
  275. () The origin and evolution of religious prosociality [d]
  276. () Female and male antisocial trajectories: from childhood origins to adult outcomes [d]
  277. () Systemic leadership and the emergence of ethical responsiveness [d] [j]
  278. () Staying connected: the lived experiences of volunteers and older adults [d]
  279. () Group well-being: morale from a positive psychology perspective [d]
  280. () Understanding the meaning of social well-being at the end of life [d]
  281. () ENGAGE: a blueprint for incorporating social skills training into daily academic instruction [d]
  282. () People as resources: exploring the functionality of warm and cold [d]
  283. () Learning friendship: the 'indispensable basis of a good society' [d]
  284. Susan Sprecher, Amy Wenzel, & John H. Harvey [ed] () Handbook of relationship initiation [i]
  285. () Knowing me, knowing you: the accuracy and unique predictive validity of self-ratings and other-ratings of daily behavior [d]
  286. () Social rejection in social anxiety disorder: the role of performance deficits, evoked negative emotions and dissimilarity [d]
  287. Heidi A. Wayment & Jack J. Bauer [ed] () Transcending self-interest: psychological explorations of the quiet ego [i]
  288. () The role of gratitude in the development of social support, stress, and depression: two longitudinal studies [d]
  289. () Life's recurring challenges and the fundamental dimensions: an integration and its implications for cultural differences and similarities [d]
  290. () Social psychological face perception: why appearance matters [d]
  291. () Cold and lonely: does social exclusion literally feel cold? [d]
  292. () Agency and communion from the perspective of self versus others [d]
  293. () The perverse effects of competition on scientists' work and relationships [p] [d]
  294. () Survival of the knitted: immigrant social networks in a stratified world [i]
  295. () Keeping the audience in mind: relationships between symbol production and social cognition [j]
  296. Stein Bråten [ed] () On being moved: from mirror neurons to empathy [i]
  297. () The importance of being we: human nature and intergroup relations [p] [d]
  298. () Emotion regulation and culture: are the social consequences of emotion suppression culture-specific? [d]
  299. () The economics of a good party: social mechanics and the legitimization of art/culture [d]
  300. Jane E. Dutton & Belle Rose Ragins [ed] () Exploring positive relationships at work: building a theoretical and research foundation [i]
  301. () Ten simple rules for doing your best research, according to Hamming [d]
  302. () Universal dimensions of social cognition: warmth and competence [d]
  303. () Leadership, power, and positive relationships [i]
  304. () Thriving with social purpose: an integrative approach to the development of optimal human functioning [d]
  305. Patricia H. Hawley, Todd D. Little, & Philip C. Rodkin [ed] () Aggression and adaptation: the bright side to bad behavior [i]
  306. () Why humans cooperate: a cultural and evolutionary explanation [i]
  307. () Cognitive factors that maintain social anxiety disorder: a comprehensive model and its treatment implications [d]
  308. Ruthellen Josselson, Amia Lieblich, & Dan P. McAdams [ed] () The meaning of others: narrative studies of relationships [i]
  309. () Playing Pygmalion: how people create one another [i]
  310. () Social anxiety and romantic relationships: the costs and benefits of negative emotion expression are context-dependent [d]
  311. () How to improve your marriage without talking about it: finding love beyond words [i]
  312. () Actor–observer asymmetries in explanations of behavior: new answers to an old question [d]
  313. () Does social exclusion motivate interpersonal reconnection?: resolving the 'porcupine problem' [d]
  314. () Two sides of the same coin?: the relations between prosocial and physically aggressive behaviors [d]
  315. () Relation between childhood peer victimization and adult perfectionism: are victims of indirect aggression more perfectionistic? [d]
  316. Leila Frances Monaghan & Jane E. Goodman [ed] () A cultural approach to interpersonal communication: essential readings [i]
  317. () Contextual influences on interpersonal complementarity [d]
  318. () Personal relationships and personal networks [i]
  319. () The power of personality: the comparative validity of personality traits, socioeconomic status, and cognitive ability for predicting important life outcomes [d]
  320. () Small talk—big cure!: talking your way to a better life [i]
  321. () Social exclusion decreases prosocial behavior [d]
  322. () Replenishing connectedness: reminders of social activity reduce aggression after social exclusion [d]
  323. () The influence of articulation, self-monitoring ability, and sensitivity to others on creativity [d]
  324. () Agroecology in action: extending alternative agriculture through social networks [i]
  325. () Fit in!: the unofficial guide to corporate culture [i]
  326. () Informalization: manners and emotions since 1890 [i]
  327. Mark Zachry & Charlotte Thralls [ed] () Communicative practices in workplaces and the professions: cultural perspectives on the regulation of discourse and organizations [i]
  328. () The automaticity of social life [p] [d]
  329. () When whites flock together: the social psychology of white habitus [d]
  330. () In my mind I was alone: suicidal adolescents' perceptions of attachment relationships [d]
  331. () The bioecological model of human development [i] [d]
  332. () The speed of trust: the one thing that changes everything [i]
  333. () A new philosophy of society: assemblage theory and social complexity [i]
  334. () Self-forgiveness versus excusing: the roles of remorse, effort, and acceptance of responsibility [d]
  335. () Helping one's way to the top: self-monitors achieve status by helping others and knowing who helps whom [d]
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  337. () Psychological essentialism, implicit theories, and intergroup relations [d]
  338. () Costly punishment across human societies [d]
  339. () How interpersonal motives clarify the meaning of interpersonal behavior: a revised circumplex model [d]
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  343. () Physiology and interpersonal relationships [i] [d]
  344. () Goodbye to shy: 85 shybusters that work! [i]
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  346. () Bookworms versus nerds: exposure to fiction versus non-fiction, divergent associations with social ability, and the simulation of fictional social worlds [d]
  347. (/2012) Global business etiquette: a guide to international communication and customs [i]
  348. () The social nature of recovery: discussion and implications for practice [d]
  349. () 'Meaningful' social inferences: effects of implicit theories on inferential processes [d]
  350. () Social entrepreneurship: a critical review of the concept [d]
  351. () Social yet creative: the role of social relationships in facilitating individual creativity [d]
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  353. () The art of civilized conversation: a guide to expressing yourself with style and grace [i]
  354. () Rethinking friendship: hidden solidarities today [i]
  355. () Social anxiety, emotional intelligence, and interpersonal adjustment [d]
  356. () Reconciliation, right and wrong [o] [u]
  357. () Talking about interest: exploring the role of social interaction for regulating motivation and the interest experience [d]
  358. (/2012) The people solutions sourcebook [i]
  359. Anita L. Vangelisti & Daniel Perlman [ed] () The Cambridge handbook of personal relationships [i] [d]
  360. Kathleen D. Vohs & Eli J. Finkel [ed] () Self and relationships: connecting intrapersonal and interpersonal processes [i]
  361. () Frequent social comparisons and destructive emotions and behaviors: the dark side of social comparisons [d]
  362. () To err is human: embarrassment, attachment, and communication apprehension [d]
  363. () I can tell her anything: the power of girl talk [i]
  364. Mark W. Baldwin [ed] () Interpersonal cognition [i]
  365. () Dying to be men: youth, masculinity and social exclusion [i]
  366. () Explaining gender differences in crime and violence: the importance of social cognitive skills [d]
  367. () Power over, power with, and power to relations: critical reflections on public relations, the dominant coalition, and activism [d]
  368. () The economy of esteem: an essay on civil and political society [i]
  369. () Am I respected or not?: inclusion and reputation as issues in group membership [d]
  370. () Low self-esteem is related to aggression, antisocial behavior, and delinquency [d]
  371. () Individuality, deliberation and welfare in Donald Winnicott [d]
  372. () The unwritten rules of social relationships [i]
  373. () Conscious use of self: tuning the instrument of social work practice with cultural competence [u]
  374. () An integrative review of theories of interpersonal cognition: an interdependence theory perspective [i]
  375. () Bonds of civility: aesthetic networks and the political origins of Japanese culture [i]
  376. () Incorporating if...then... personality signatures in person perception: beyond the person–situation dichotomy [d]
  377. () The etiquette edge: the unspoken rules for business success [i]
  378. () Young professionals: cultivate the habits of friendship [u]
  379. () Biosociology of dominance and deference [i]
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  381. () The likeability factor: how to boost your L-factor & achieve your life's dreams [i]
  382. () Friend, foe, ally, adversary... or something else? [u]
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  395. () The hidden power of social networks: understanding how work really gets done in organizations [i]
  396. () First impressions: what you don't know about how others see you [i]
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  430. () Religiousness, spirituality, and psychosocial functioning in late adulthood: findings from a longitudinal study [d]
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  443. () The market for social norms [d]
  444. () Reconceptualizing mentoring at work: a developmental network perspective [d]
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  446. () On deconstructing and reconstructing masculinity–femininity [d]
  447. () Peace power for adolescents: strategies for a culture of nonviolence [i]
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  485. () TILT: teaching individuals to live together [i]
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  488. () Learning in relationship: foundation for personal and professional success [i]
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  491. () Social anxiety and its effects on performance and perception [d]
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  493. () Smart networking: how to turn contacts into cash, clients & career success [i]
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  499. () Toward families of stories in context [d]
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  501. () The healing connection: how women form relationships in therapy and in life [i]
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  509. () When contact is not enough: social identity and intergroup cooperation [d]
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  514. () Empowerment-oriented social work practice: impact on late life relationships of women [d]
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  516. () Lies!, lies!!, lies!!!: the psychology of deceit [i]
  517. (/2012) Cross-cultural business behavior: a guide for global management [i]
  518. () Liberating intimacy: enlightenment and social virtuosity in Ch'an Buddhism [i]
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  533. () Working the shadow side: a guide to positive behind-the-scenes management [i]
  534. () Everyday acts & small subversions: women reinventing family, community, and home [i]
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  536. () Situational influences on gender differences in agency and communion [d]
  537. () The interpersonal circumplex: a theory and method for applied psychology [d]
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  544. () The space between us: exploring the dimensions of human relationships [i]
  545. () The art and practice of compassion & empathy [i]
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  550. John W. Burton [ed] () Conflict: human needs theory [i]
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  552. () Making a friend in youth: developmental theory and pair therapy [i]
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  563. () Games for social and life skills [i]
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