Publication: Imagination Cognition and Personality
Three ways to look at jealousy. [Review of N. Friday, Jealousy.]
A book review of “Jealousy,” by N. Friday.
False hopes and desperate cures. [Review of E.S. Valenstein, Great and Desperate Cures.]
A book review of “Great and Desperate Cures,” by E.S. Valenstein.
Book review: White bears and other unwanted thoughts
In this book review, the authors argue that the issue of mental control raised by Dan Wegner’s book is very timely, and the thought suppression strategy to regulate unwanted thoughts may not be the most effective and adaptive one.
This seminal article became the hallmark of the emotional intelligence theory. The authors introduce the framework for EI, a set of skills hypothesized to contribute to the accurate appraisal and expression of emotion in oneself and in others, the effective regulation of emotion in self and others, and the use of feelings to motivate, plan, and achieve in one’s life.
The life space: A framework and method to describe the individual’s external traits
A revised measure of the Life Space with a large sample (N = 1021) of university undergraduates was developed. The discussion focuses on the value of a more detailed and comprehensive approach to studying personality within the context of the external systems that surround the person.