Judgments over Time: The Interplay of Thoughts, Feelings, and Behaviors by Lawrence J. SannaJudgments over Time: The Interplay of Thoughts, Feelings, and Behaviors by Lawrence J. Sanna

Judgments over Time: The Interplay of Thoughts, Feelings, and Behaviors

EditorLawrence J. Sanna, Edward C. Chang

Hardcover | April 5, 2006

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Time pervades every aspect of people's lives. We are all affected by remnants of our pasts, assessments of our presents, and forecasts of our futures. Our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors over time inexorably intertwine and intermingle, determining varied reactions such as affect andemotions, as well as future behaviors. The purpose of this volume is to bring together the diverse theory and research of an outstanding group of scholars whose work relates to peoples judgements over time. To date, much theory and research on temporal variables within psychology has remainedsomewhat fragmented, isolated, and even provincial--researchers in particular domains are either unaware of or are paying little attention to each other's work. Integrating the theory and research into a single volume will bring about a greater awareness and appreciation of conceptual relationsbetween seemingly disparate topics, define and promote the state of scientific knowledge in these areas, and set the agenda for future work. The volume presents the two main ways of looking at judgments over time: looking at how people's thoughts about the future and the past affect their presentstates, and looking at the interplay over time among people's thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
Lawrence J. Sanna is at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Edward C. Chang is at University of Michigan.
Title:Judgments over Time: The Interplay of Thoughts, Feelings, and BehaviorsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:344 pages, 6.3 × 9.29 × 1.1 inPublished:April 5, 2006Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195177665

ISBN - 13:9780195177664


Table of Contents

ForwardGeorge Loewenstein- Carnegie Mellon University: PrefaceLawrence J. Sanna- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Edward C. Chang- University of Michigan: INTRODUCTION1. Lawrence J. Sanna-University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Edward C. Chang-University of Michigan: Past as Prologue: An Introduction to Judgments Over TimeTHINKING ABOUT THE FUTURE2. James A. Sheppard and Kate Sweeney-University of Florida, Patrick J. Carroll-Ohio State University: Abandoning Optimism in Predictions About the Future3. Julie K. Norem-Wellesley College, Shannon Smith-University of Rochester: Defensive Pessimism: Positive Past, Anxious Present, and Pessimistic Future4. Edward C. Chang, Christina A. Downey, and Elizabeth Y. Lin-University of Michigan: Pursuing a Path to a More Perfect Future: On Causes, Correlates, and Consequences of Perfectionism5. Leaf Van Boven and Joanne Kane-University of Colorado, Boulder: Predicting Feelings Versus Choices6. Jeff Joireman-Washington State University, Alan Strathman-University of Missouri, Columbia, Daniel Balliet-Washington State University: Considering Future Consequences: An Integrative Model7. C.R. Snyder, Kevin L. Rand, and Lorie A. Ritschel-University of Kansas: Hope Over Time8. Fantasy Realization and the Bridging of Time Gabriele Oettingen-New York University/University of Hamburg, Jennifer Thorpe-New York UniversityTHINKING ABOUT THE PAST9. Leonard L. Martin and Abraham Tesser-University of Georgia: Extending the Goal Progress Model of Rumination: Goal Re-evaluation and Growth10. Lawrence J. Sanna-University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University, Seth E. Carter and Eulena M. Small-University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: The Road Not Take: Counterfactual Thinking Over Time11. Bertram F. Malle and Chuck Tate-University of Oregon: Explaining the Past, Predicting the Future12. Marcel Zeelenberg and Rik Pieters-Tilburg University, The Netherlands: Looking Backwards with an Eye on the Future: Propositions Towards a Theory of Regret Regulation13. Fred B. Bryant and Adam DeHoek-Loyola University, Chicago: Looking Back on What We Knew and When We Knew It: The Role of Time in the Development of Hindsight Bias14. John J. Skowronski-Northern Illinois University, W. Richard Walker-Winston-Salem State University, John E. Edlund-Northern Illinois University: How Do You Feel About It Now and When Did It Happen? Judgments of Emotion and Judgments of Time in Autobiographical Memory15. Linda J. Levine-University of California, Irvine, Martin A. Safer-Catholic University of America, Heather C. Lench-University of California, Irvine: Remembering and Misremembering EmotionsCONCLUSION16. Lawrence J. Sanna-University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Edward C. Chang-University of Michigan: Future as Epilogue: Some Conclusions on Judgments Over Time

Editorial Reviews

"Judgments Over Time succeeds in its goal to inform scholars of various areas of relevant theory and research, to integrate ideas, and ultimately to advance thinking about issues over time. The book provides useful reviews of literature in seemingly disparate areas, and so integratesdiscussion about thinking over time, which goes across very diverse literatures and can enable readers to think more creatively and engage in asking interdisciplinary, multifaceted questions. As the editors point out, the ultimate success of the book will be found in its ability to stimulatereaders to develop further research." --PsycCRITIQUES