Evaluation of Performance: A Judgmental Approach

Paperback | June 8, 1988

byBettina Hannover

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Evaluation of Performance: A Judgmental Approach presents a theoretical analysis of the emotional significance of self-evaluative reactions and their relevance in explaining unipolar depression. The author discusses both the theoretical and practical implications of her research findings from two experiments: one related to self-evaluation under threat to self-esteem and the other to context manipulation.

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Evaluation of Performance: A Judgmental Approach presents a theoretical analysis of the emotional significance of self-evaluative reactions and their relevance in explaining unipolar depression. The author discusses both the theoretical and practical implications of her research findings from two experiments: one related to self-evalua...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:172 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.27 inPublished:June 8, 1988Publisher:Springer New York

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ISBN - 10:0387967680

ISBN - 13:9780387967684

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Contents: Self-Evaluation of own Performance as Judgements: The Internal Standard.- Perceptual Perspective in Achievement-related Contexts.- Scale Effects versus Changed Stimulus-perception.- Causal Structures between Stimulus-perception, Judgements, and Mood.- Choice of Perspectives.- Aspects of Response Language.- Threat to Self-esteem.- Actual Self-evaluations and Global Self-esteem.- Etiology of Unipolar Depression.- Summary of Hypotheses.- Experiment I: Method. Results. Discussion.- Experiment II: Method. Results.- General Discussion: Effects of Threat to Self-esteem. Effects of Perspectives. The Standard Set as a Method. Scale Effects versus Changed Stimulus-perception. Effects of the "Life Perspective". Different Functions of Judgements. Implications for Depression Research.- References.