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Author: Robert M. Arkin,Kathryn C. Oleson,Patrick J. Carroll
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Publisher: Psychology Press; 1 edition (September 28, 2009)
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Handbook of the Uncertain Self by Robert M. Arkin,Kathryn C. Oleson,Patrick J. Carroll



Kathryn C. Oleson is Professor and Department Head of Psychology at Reed College. She was a National Institute of Mental Health Postdoctoral Fellow at The Ohio State University from 1993 to 1995 after finishing her P. in Social Psychology at Princeton University. Patrick J. Carroll is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at The Ohio State University-Lima. Carroll had spent the previous 3 years as a National Institute of Mental Health Postdoctoral Fellow in the Social Psychology program at The Ohio State University. Before his NIMH fellowship appointment, he received his P.

Robert M. Arkin and Others. This Handbook explores the cognitive, motivational, interpersonal, clinical, and applied aspects of personal uncertainty. It showcases both the diversity and the unity that defines contemporary perspectives on uncertainty in self within social and personality psychology. The contributions to the volume are all written by distinguished scholars in personality, social psychology, and clinical psychology united by their common focus on the causes and consequences of self-uncertainty

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Handbook of the uncertain self. New York: Psychology Press. Oleson, K. & Steckler, M. T. (2010). The phenotypic expressions of self-doubt about ability in academic contexts: Strategies of self-handicapping and subjective overachievement. Oleson, & P. J. Carroll (Ed. Handbook of the Uncertain Self (pp. 379 – 398). C. (2010, August). Co- Chair, with Robert Arkin and Patrick Carroll. Personal uncertainty, security, and well-being in the new millennium. In R. M. Arkin & P. Carroll (Chairs). Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Experimental Social Psychologists, Sacramento, CA. (2008, August).

M. Arkin, K. Carroll (2010). The Handbook of The Uncertain Self. Taylor & Francis: Psychology Press. P. Carroll, R. Arkin, & A. Wichman (in press). The Handbook of Personal Security.

Arkin, R. & Oleson, K. (1998). In J. Darley & J. Cooper (Ed., Attribution and social interaction: The legacy of Edward E. Jones (pp. 313 - 347). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Batson, C. (1997). New York: Academic Press., Handbook of the uncertain self. New York: Taylor and Francis. SPN Mentors provide free career advice and information to college students from underrepresented groups (members of a racial or ethnic minority, first-generation college students, individuals with a disability, or lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgendered students). For more information, please visit the SPN Mentorship Program. Courses Taught: Interpersonal Perception.

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Kathryn C. Oleson of Reed College, Portland. Following social identity theory, the present investigation examines the political benefits of self-identification as a member of the disability community for disability-rights advocacy across college (n 204), community (N 93), and international (N 268) samples of adults with disabilities. Consistent with predictions, emerging adults (EAs) with disabilities (n 204) demonstrated more political conviction and were twice as likely to be involved in disability-rights advocacy as nondisabled peers (n 1,111).

This Handbook explores the cognitive, motivational, interpersonal, clinical, and applied aspects of personal uncertainty. It showcases both the diversity and the unity that defines contemporary perspectives on uncertainty in self within social and personality psychology. The contributions to the volume are all written by distinguished scholars in personality, social psychology, and clinical psychology united by their common focus on the causes and consequences of self-uncertainty.

Chapters explore the similarities and differences between personal uncertainty and other psychological experiences in terms of their nature and relationship with human thought, emotion, motivation, and behavior. Specific challenges posed by personal uncertainty and the coping strategies people develop in their daily life are identified. There is an assessment of the potential negative and positive repercussions of coping with the specific experience of self-uncertainty, including academic, health, and relationship outcomes. Throughout, strategies specifically designed to assist others in confronting the unique challenges posed by self-uncertainty in ways that emphasize healthy psychological functioning and growth are promoted.

In addition, the contributions to the Handbook touch on the psychological, social, and cultural context of the new millennium, including concepts such as Friedman’s "flat world," confidence, the absence of doubt in world leaders, thethreat of terrorism since 9/11, the arts, doubt and religious belief, and views of doubt as the universal condition of humankind.

The Handbook is an invaluable resource for researchers, practitioners, and senior undergraduate and graduate students in social and personality psychology, clinical and counseling psychology, educational psychology, and developmental psychology.