References

Brief reading list

 

My book contains an obscene amount of references. What can I say? I love learning. Because of the replication crisis in psychology, I didn't want to write about a study or line of research, only to later discover that it wasn't actually valid. Here are some books that I repeatedly turned to (to view, the password is "research"):

 

Handbook of Social Psychology, 5th edition, edited by Susan T. Fiske, Daniel T. Gilbert, and Gardner Lindzey. (John Wiley & Sons, 2010.)

Handbook of Reward and Decision Making, edited by Jean-Claude Dreher and Léon Tremblay. (Academic Press, 2009.)

Neuroeconomics: Decision Making and the Brain, 2nd edition, edited by Paul W. Glimcher and Ernst Fehr.  (Academic Press, 2014.)

Character Strengths and Virtues: A Handbook and Classification. Christopher Peterson and Martin E.P. Seligman. (Oxford University Press, 2004.)

The Oxford Handbook of Human Motivation, edited by Richard M. Ryan. (Oxford University Press, 2012.)

Handbook of Self-Regulation: Research, Theory, and Applications, 3rd edition, edited by Kathleen D. Vohs and Roy F. Baumeister. (The Guilford Press, 2016.)

Self-Regulation and Ego Control, edited by Edward R. Hirt, Joshua J. Clarkson, and Lile Jia. (Academic Press, 2016.)

Handbook of Implicit Social Cognition: Measurement, Theory, and Applications, edited by Bertram Gawronski and B. Keith Payne. (The Guilford Press, 2010.)

Handbook of Cognition and Emotion, edited by Michael D. Robinson, Edward R. Watkins, and Eddie Harmon-Jones. (The Guilford Press, 2013.)

Handbook of Approach and Avoidance Motivation, edited by Andrew J. Elliot. (Psychology Press, 2008.)

Handbook of Relationship Initiation, edited by Susan Sprecher, Amy Wenzel, and John Harvey. (Psychology Press, 2008.)

Close Relationships: Key Readings, edited by Harry T. Reis and Caryl E. Rusbult. (Psychology Press, 2004.)

Social and Psychological Bases of Ideology and System Justification, edited by John T. Jost, Aaron C. Kay, and Hulda Thorisdottir. (Oxford University Press, 2009.)

The Ecological Approach to Visual Perception, James J. Gibson.

Listen to the people who love you. Believe that they are worth living for even when you don’t believe it. Seek out the memories depression takes away and project them into the future. Be brave; be strong; take your pills. Exercise because it’s good for you even if every step weighs a thousand pounds. Eat when food itself disgusts you. Reason with yourself when you have lost your reason.

Andrew Solomon

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