Discussion papers and reviews APS discussion papers and reviews outline and explore the psychological evidence around contemporary social issues, such as ageing, racism and gambling. These papers lay the foundations for APS position statements on key matters of public interest.
The Second Edition of Critical Psychology extends the original's comprehensive and accessible critique of mainstream psychology. Fully revised, reconfigured and expanded, the Second Edition explores critical psychology's continued growth and diversification, offering practical advice, and noting significant theoretical and political dilemmas confronting critical psychologists today.
The fourth is more eclectic, but focuses mainly on social psychological perspectives on the self. Edited volumes are frequently criticized for a lack of cohesiveness and comprehensiveness. This may go with the territory because editors are unable to obtain the cooperation of all the authors originally contacted for a particular volume.
Social Justice and Psychology: What Is, and What Should Be. write and review the relevant position papers.. Reproducible Psychological Science from a Mixed Methods Perspective. Article.
Pacific Standard: They are among the most famous of all psychological studies, and together they paint a dark portrait of human nature. Widely disseminated in the media, they spread the belief that people are prone to blindly follow authority figures—and will quickly become cruel and abusive when placed in positions of power.
Cooperation in Groups: Procedural Justice, Social Identity, and Behavioral Engagement 1st Edition. Tom Tyler, Steven Blader June 28, 2018. This important new book explores the psychological motives that shape the extent and nature of people's cooperative behavior in the groups, organizations and societies to which they belong.
Part Three Judicial and Political Decisions from a Critical Psychology Perspective Chapter 6 Judicial Decisions and the Ideal of Justice 147 1. Overview of a Critical Psychology Approach based on Jung’s Theory 147 2. Judicial Decision-Making in History and in Psychology 150 3.
As such, we extend conflict perspectives on power in teams (e.g., Bloom, 1999, Greer and Van Kleef, 2010, Tarakci et al., 2016, Van Bunderen, Greer et al., 2017, Van Bunderen, Van Knippenberg et al., 2017) by showing in our review that having power in a social setting is not an unequivocally positive experience, and then explaining in our emergent theory how the downsides of power comes about.