The Oxford Handbook of Social Exclusion by C. Nathan DeWallThe Oxford Handbook of Social Exclusion by C. Nathan DeWall

The Oxford Handbook of Social Exclusion

EditorC. Nathan DeWall

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Since its inception, the field of psychology has emphasized the importance of creating and maintaining social connections. Though theorists often disagree on how and why people form and maintain relationships, they agree on the importance of having a few positive and lasting relationships, andon the seriousness of social exclusion. The Oxford Handbook of Social Exclusion offers the most comprehensive body of social exclusion research ever assembled. Bringing together contributions from leading scholars from a wide variety of theoretical perspectives, this volume explores:- why people have a need to belong, why people exclude others, and how people respond to various forms of social exclusion. - research on how social exclusion affects people according to their stage of development, their involvement in romantic relationships, and within their work relationships. - the power of social exclusion in shaping a variety of behavioral and cognitive processes. - research on how to reduce the often negative consequences of social exclusion. This is an exciting time of proliferation in social exclusion research, as new findings spark new questions regarding the causes and consequences of social exclusion. Both stimulating and foundational, the current research and theories presented in this handbook represent a fertile area of studyfrom which future insights can be gained.

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C. Nathan DeWall, Ph.D., is Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Kentucky.
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Title:The Oxford Handbook of Social ExclusionFormat:HardcoverDimensions:336 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.98 inPublished:February 27, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 13:9780195398700

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Part One: Introduction and Overview1. C. Nathan DeWall: Emerging Perspectives on the Study of Social ExclusionPart Two: Basic and Historical Perspectives2. Mark R. Leary and Catherine A. Cottrell: Evolutionary Perspectives on Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection3. Eric D. Wesselmann and Kipling D. Williams: Ostracism and Stages of Coping4. Michael S. North and Susan T. Fiske: Driven to Exclude: How Core Social Motives Explain Social Exclusion5. Laura Smart Richman: The Multimotive Model of Social ExclusionPart Three: Exclusion at the Group Level6. Juan M. Madera and Michelle Hebl: Social Exclusion of Individuals through Interpersonal Discrimination7. Kristin L. Scott and Stefan Thau: Theory and Research on Social Exclusion in Work GroupsPart Four: Exclusion within the Family and Romantic Relations8. David A. Sbarra and Ashley E. Mason: The Dark Side of Divorce9. Justin V. Cavallo and John G. Holmes: The Importance of Feeling Valued: Perceived Regard in Romantic Relationships10. Jaana Juvonen: Peer Rejection among Children and Adolescents: Antecedents, Reactions, and Maladaptive PathwaysPart Five: Individual Exlcusion: Behavior and Cognition11. C. Nathan DeWall and Jean M. Twenge: Rejection and Aggression: Explaining the Paradox12. Daniel C. Molden and Jon K. Maner: How and When Exclusion Motivates Social Reconnection13. Tyler F. Stillman and Roy F. Baumeister: Social Rejection Reduces Intelligent Thought and Self-RegulationPart Six: Individual Exclusion: Physiological, Neural, and Emotional Responses14. Sally S. Dickerson and Peggy M. Zoccola: Cortisol Responses to Social Exclusion15. Naomi I. Eisenberger: Why Rejection Hurts: The Neuroscience of Social Pain16. Terry K. Borsook and Geoff MacDonald: Social PainPart Seven: Exclusion across Individuals17. John T. Cacioppo, Louise C. Hawkley, and Joshua Correll: Perceived Social Isolation Within Personal and Evolutionary Timescales18. Bonita London and Lisa Rosenthal: The Social Stigma of Identity- and Status-Based Rejection Sensitivity19. Kimberly A. Van Orden and Thomas E. Joiner, Jr.: Depression and Suicide: Transactional Relations with Rejection20. Michelle R. vanDellen, Ashley Batts Allen, and W. Keith Campbell: Individual Differences in Responses to Social Exclusion: Self-Esteem, Narcissism, and Self-Compassion21. Amori Yee Mikami: ADHD22. Phillip R. Shaver and Mario Mikulincer: Attachment Orientations and Reactions to Ostracism in Close Relationships and GroupsPart Eight: Combating Social Exclusion23. Adam Waytz: Social Connection and Seeing Human24. Norman B. Schmidt: Attentional Retraining for Anxiety25. Jessica L. Lakin and Tanya L. Chartrand: Behavioral Mimicry as an Affiliative Response to Social Exclusion26. Megan L. Knowles: Belonging Regulation Through the Use of (Para)social Surrogates27. Jeff Schimel and Jeff Greenberg: The Birth and Death of Belonging28. C. Nathan DeWall: Looking Back and Forward: Lessons Learned and Moving Ahead