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1962 Some determinants of reactions to being approved or disapproved as a person. Psychological Monographs, 1962, 76, Whole No. 521, No. 2 (with E. E. Jones & K. E. Davis).
1963 Individual orientations German translation: f international relations. Social Problems,, l963, 11, 77-87 (with K. W. Back).
Apocalyptic and serial time orientations and the structure of public opinion. Public Opinion Quarterly, 1963, 27, 358-374 (with K. W. Back). Reprinted in Communications and Public Opinion (R. O. Carlson, Ed.), New York: Praeger, l975, pgs. 280-296.
Tactics of ingratiation among leaders and subordinates in a status hierarchy. Psychological Monographs, 1963, 77, Whole No. 566, No. 3 (with E. E. Jones and R. G. Jones).
Some conditions affecting the evaluation of a conformist. Journal ofPersonality, 1963, 31, 270-278 (with E. E. Jones & R. G. Jones).
Mental illness, predictability, and affective consequences as stimulus factors in person perception. Journal of Abnormal and SocialPsychology, 1963, 67, 95-104 (with E. E. Jones).
Idea orientation and integration in the interview: A dynamic model of response bias. Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, 1963, 284-288 (with K W. Back).
1965 Time perspective, aging, and preferred solutions to international conflicts. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 1965, 9, No. 2, 177-187 (with K. W. Back).
Some conditions affecting the use of ingratiation to influence performance evaluation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1965, 1, 613-625, (with E. E. Jones, J. W. Thibaut, & P. Gumpert). Also reprinted in Group Dynamics (A. Cartwright & A. Zander, Eds.), Evanston, Ill.: Row, Peterson & Company, 1968.
Others' self-evaluations and interaction anticipation as determinants of self presentation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1965, 2, 348-358 (with B. Wishnov). Also reprinted in Georgia Babladelia, Ed. The shaping of personality, Prentice Hall, l967.
Two forms of inference and problems in the assessment of creativity. Proceedings of the American Psychological Association, 1965, 215-216 (with I. Breger).
Interaction goals and personalistic feedback as factors affecting the presentations of self. Journal of Personality and Social Psycohlogy, 1965, 1, 413-424.
1966 Man's diverse ways. Harvard Alumni Bulletin, 1966, 68 No. 7 (with R. W. White).
Communication in the interview and the disengaged respondent. PublicOpinion Quarterly, 1966, 30, 386-398 (with K W. Back). To be reprinted in Social Gerontology (C. S. Kart, Ed.).
Opponent's Personality, expectation of social interaction, and interpersonal bargaining. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, l966, 3, 206-213 (with D. Marlowe & A. N. Doob). Also reprinted in Experiments in Social Psychology (P. G. Swingle, Ed.), pgs. 223-230. New York: Academic Press, l968, and in Social Psychologie (W. Stroebe, Ed.). Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt, West Germany, l975, l98l.
Cognitive and motivational factors in disengagement and aging. In Social Aspects of Aging (J. McKinney & I. Simpson, Eds.), Durham, NC: Duke University Press, l966 (with K W. Back), pgs. 289-295.
Personal orientations and morale of the aging. In Social Aspects ofAging, (J. McKinney & I. Simpson, Eds.) Durham, NC: Duke University Press, l966 (with K. W. Back ), pgs. 296-305.
Aging and the paradox of somatic concern. In Social Aspects of Aging, (J. McKinney & I.Simpson, Eds.) Durham, NC: Duke University Press, l966 (with K. W. Back).
Cognitive constriction in aging and attitudes toward international issues. In Social Aspects of Aging (J. McKinney & I. Simpson, Eds.), Durham, NC: Duke University Press, l966 (with K W. Back).
1967 The interactive effects of self-esteem and task difficulty on social conformity. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1967, 6, 16-22 (with R. A. Bauer). Also reprinted in Risk Taking and InformationHandling in Consumer Behavior (D. F. Cox, Ed.), pgs. 411-427. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, l967.
Deceit without dread. (A review of A. Ludwig's The importance of lying, Contemporary Psychology, 1967, 12, 204.
Self-consistency: Measurement and validation. Proceedings of theAmerican Psychological Association, 1967, 207-208 (with S. J. Morse).
The significance of skin color in human relations. Daedalus, 1967, Spring, 390-406. Reprinted in Color and Race ( J. H. Franklin, Ed.), Beacon Press, l968.
A Select Bibliography for Social Relations. Copyrighted: 1967 by President and Fellows of Harvard University.
Student values: Myth and reality. Harvard Today, 1967, Autumn, 33-34.
To be or not to be...a single self. In To be or not to be...ExistentialPsychological Perspectives on the Self (S. Jourard, Ed.), Gainesville, FL.: University of Florida Monographs, Social Sciences, No. 34, l967, pgs. 15-26.
Lost in the shuffle: A political case history. (A review of L. Rainwater & W. Yancey's The Moynihan Report and the Politics ofControversy. Science, 1967, 158, 896-987.
1968 Assessing the leverage points in the process of policy formation. In The study of policy formation (R. A. Bauer and K. Gergen, Eds.) New York: Free Press, l968, pgs. 182-204.
Methodology in the study of policy formation. In The study of policyformation (R. A. Bauer & K. Gergen, Eds.), New York: Free Press, l968, pgs. 205-238.
The self through the latter span of life. In The self in socialinteraction, Vol. l (C. Gordon & K. J. Gergen, Eds.) New York: Wiley and Sons, l968, pgs. 241-250.
Personal consistency and the presentation of self. In The self insocial interaction, Vol. l (C. Gordon & K.J. Gergen, Eds.), New York: Wiley and Sons, l968, pgs. 299-308.
1969 Personality and social interaction. In Handbook of social psychology, Vol. III (G. Lindzey & E. Aronson, Eds.J), Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, l969, pgs. 590-665 (with D. Marlowe).
Social expectancy and self presentation in a status hierarchy. Journalof Experimental Social Psychology, l969, 5, 79-92.
Self theory and the process of self-observation. Journal of Nervous andMental Disease, l969, 148, 437-448. Reprinted in Studies in self-cognition (R.H. Geertsma, Ed.), Baltimore: Willians & Wilkins, l969.
Flight from the quagmire. (A review of Erik Erikson's Identity, youthand crisis). (Contemporary Psychology, 1969, 14, pgs. 49-50.) Reprinted in Southwell, E. A. & Merbaum, M. (Eds.) Personality:Readings in theory and research, Monterey, Ca.: Brooks Cole, l978.
Revealingness, ingratiation and the disclosure of self. In the Proceedings of the 77th Annual Convention, American PsychologicalAssociation, l969, pgs. 447-448 (with F. M. Levin).
1970 Personality and social psychological research. In Personality andsocial behavior (K. J. Gergen & D. Marlowe, Eds.), Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, l970 (with D. Marlowe).
The penny-dollar caper. In Studies in Machiavellianism (R. Christie and F. Geiss, Eds.), New York: Academic Press, l970 (with R. Christie & D. Marlowe).
Social comparison, self-consistency and the presentation of self. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1970, 16, 148-l56 (with S. J. Morse). Reprinted in Readings in introductory social psychology (H. Kauffman & L. Solomon, Eds.), New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, l972. Also in M. Rosenberg & H. Kaplan (Eds. Social psychology of theself-concept, Davidson, Ill.: Harlan, l982.
Toward a better way of giving. Swarthmore College Bulletin, 1970, LXVLL, pgs. 6-10 (with M. Gergen).
Foreign aid: A poison gift? Trends Magazine, Dec. l970 (with M. Gergen).
1971 International assistance from a psychological perspective. In 1971 Yearbook of World Affairs, Vol. 25, London Institute of World Affairs, l97l, 87-l03 (with M. Gergen).
You didn't play it again, Sam. In Sam Maitin, His work. Philadelphia Museum of Art, l97l.
How the war affects the campuses. Change Magazine, Jan-Feb., l97l, pgs. l0, 69 & 70 (with M. Gergen).
Material aid and social attraction. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 197l, 1, 150-162.
Higher education, missing in action. College Student Personnel Abstracts, Summer. l97l (with M. Gergen).
What God hath joined together. (A review of Charles F. Hermann's Crisisin foreign policy. Contemporary Psychology, 197l, 16, No. 3, 127-l3l.
1972 Correlates of marijuana use among college students. Journal of AppliedSocial Psychology, l972, 3, l-16 (with M. Gergen & S. Morse).
Skin deep is deep enough. (A review of M. McDonald's Not by the Colorof Their Skin). Contemporary Psychology, 1972, 17, No. 2, 70-7l.
Multiple identity. Psychology Today, 5, 3l-35. Reprinted in Organizational Behavior: Concepts and Cases (D. N. Harlow and J. J. Hanke, Eds.), Little Brown, 1974. Also in The Consciousness Reader. (C. Schroder, H. Firestone, & M. Shugrue, Eds.), Macmillan, l974: Psychologie Heute. Sept., 1973, pgs. 37-43; Readings in Social Psychology:Contemporary Perspectives, (D. Krebs, Ed.), Harper & Row, 1976.
Individiual orientations to pro-social behavior. Journal of SocialIssues, 1972, 28, 105-l30 (with M. Gergen & K. Meter). Reprinted in Handboek voor Psychisch Gezondheidsen Welzijnswerk, Devanter, Holland: Van Ooghum Slaterus, 1974.
1973 Social psychology as history. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1973, 26, 309-320. Reprinted in XIP Readings in Psychology, Xerox College Publishing, 1974; also in Social Psychologyin Transition (L. Strickland, F. Abound & K. G. Gergen, Eds.), New York: Plenum Press, 1977. Knowledge for policy: Improving education through research. D. Anderson & B. Biddle (Eds.) Hampshire: Falmer Press (1991). Psykologia, 26, 5-16, (1991). Named as "Citation Classic" of the Social Sciences Citation Index, 1982. Also in J.A. Hall and J.M. Bryant (Eds.) (2005) Historical methods in the social sciences. V.1 London: Sage.
Naming the unnameable. (A review of E. Goffman's Relations in Public). Contemporary Psychology, 1973, 18, 305-307.
Deviance in the dark. Psychology Today, Oct. 1973, 7, 129-l30 (with M. Gergen & W. Barton). Reprinted in Psychologie, Oct. 1974, pgs. 29-32. Also in Psychologie Heute, Sept. 1975, pgs. 19-21; Readings in SocialPsychology: Contemporary Perspectives (D. Krebs, Ed.), Harper & Row, 1976.
The codification of research ethics, views of a doubting Thomas. American Psychologist, 1973, 28, 907-912.
The manner of giving: cross-national continuities in reactions to aid. Psychologia, 1973, XVI, pgs. 121-131 (with S.J. Morse & J. Kristeller).
1974 Toward an ethic for investigating human behavior change. In ChangingHuman Behavior (R. Schwitzgebel & D. A. Kolb). New York: Van Nostrand, 1974, pgs. 253-272 (with R. Schwitzgebel).
Perceiving others. In Social Psychology (K. Gergen, D. Rosenhan, R. Nisbett, & G. Clapp, Eds.) CRM Books, 1974, pgs. 147-176 (with L. Bogyo & M. Gergen).
Overpaid or overworked? Cognitive and behavioral reactions to inequitable payment. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 1974, 4, 3, pgs. 259-1274 (with S. J. Morse and K. Bode).
The women's liberation movement: Attitudes and action. Journal ofPersonality, 1974, 42, 4, pgs. 60l-617 (with J. Goldschmidt, K. Quigley, & M. Gergen).
Exchange and strategy in social life. In Social Psychology (K. Gergen, D. Rosenhan, R. Nisbett, & G. Clapp, Eds.), CRM Books, l974, pgs. 409-488 (with W. Barton & M. Gergen).
Understanding foreign assistance through public opinion. InternationalYearbook of World Affairs, 1974, 28, London Institute of World Affairs, pgs. 125-l40 (with M. Gergen).
What other nations hear when the eagle screams. Psychology Today, June 1974, 8, pgs. 52-58 (with M. Gergen). Reprinted in CongressionalRecord, May 29, 1974, pgs. 59219-59222.
Toward a psychology of receiving help. Journal of Applied SocialPsychology, 1974, 4, pp. 187-193.
1975 Obligation, donor resources and reactions to receiving aid in three nations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1975, 31, pgs. 390-400 (with P. Ellworth, C. Maslach, & M. Seipel).
Forward to Psychology and American's urban dilemmas (by R. D. Ashmore & J. B. McConahay), New York: McGraw Hill, 1975 (pgs. vii-viii).
Forward to Psychology and social change, (by S. A. Pizer & J. R. Trauers). New York: McGraw Hill, 1975.
Forward to The psychology of intergroup relations (by L. H. Kidder & V. M. Stuart), New York: McGraw Hill, 1975 (pgs. xi-xii)
Palace revolution in social psychology. (A review of R. Harre & P. Secord's Explanation of social behavior, Contemporary Psychology, 1975, pgs. 127-128.
1976 The psychology of self-esteem. General Learning Corporation, 1976 (with J. Marecek).
The perception of others and oneself. In Basic issues in social psychology, (K. Back, Ed.), New York: Wiley & Sons, 1976.
Social psychology, science and history. Personality and SocialPsychology Bulletin, 1976, 2, 373-383.
1977 The social construction of self-knowledge. In The self, psychological andPhilosophical issues (T. Mischel, Ed.), Oxford, England: Blackwell, l977, pgs. 139-l69.
Social exchange theory in a world of transient fact. In Behavioral theory in sociology (R. L. Hamblin & J. H. Kunkel, Eds.), New Brunswick, N.J.; Transaction Books, pgs. 9l-ll6, l977.
The decline of character: Socialization and self-consistency. In We, the people, American character and social change. (G. DiRenzo, Ed.), Westport, CN: Greenwood Press, pgs. 255-272, l977.
On taking dialectics seriously. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 1977, 3, 714-718.
Stability, change and chance in understanding human development. In Life span developmental psychology, dialectic perspectives (N. Datan & H. Rheese, Eds.), New York: Academic Press, l977, pgs. 135-l57.
Reactions to receiving expected and unexpected help. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 13, l977, 397-402 (with S. J. Morse, S. Peele & J. Van Ryneweld).
Review of P. A. Laudicina's World poverty and development: A survey of American opinion, American Political Science Review, 1977, 71, 418-419.
Personal dimensions of political activism. Handbook of political socialization (S.A. Renshon, Ed.), New York: Free Press (with M. Ullman).
1978 Experimentation in social psychology: A reappraisal. European Journal of Social Psychology, 1978, 8, 507-527. Reprinted in T. Manstead, M. Houston, and W. Stroebe (Eds.) Blackwell reader in social psychology. Oxford: Blackwell, 1996.
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Attribution in Kontext socialer Erklarung. In D. Gorlitz, W. U. Meyer & B. Weiner (Eds.), Bielefelder Symposium uber Attribution. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta, pp. 221-238 (with M. Gergen).
1979 The positivist image in social psychological theory. In A. R. Buss (Ed.), The social context of psychological knowledge. New York: Irvington Press.
Il se fluido e il se rigido. In D. Giovannini (Ed.), Identita personale teoria e ricerca, Bologna: Zanichelli, 1979.
Selbsterkenntnis und die wissenschaftliche Erkenntnis des socialen Handelns. In S. Fillipp (Eds.), Selbstkonzept-Forschung. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta.
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The psychological evaluation of international aid. In Perspectives oninternational aid, (R. Eells, Ed.), New York: Columbia University Press, l979 (with M. Gergen).
1980 Behavior exchange in cross-cultural perspective. In H. Triandis & R. W. Brislin (Eds.) Handbook of cross-cultural psychology. New York: Allyn Bacon, l980 (with S. J. Morse & M. Gergen).
Exchange Theory: The transient and the enduring. In K .Gergen, M. Greenberg & R. Willis (Eds.), Social exchange: Advances in theory and research. New York: Plenum Books, l980.
Toward intellectual audacity in social psychology. In R. Gilmour & S. Duck (Eds.), The development of social psychology. New York: Academic Press, l980.
Der Kummer Effekt: Psychologische Aspekte der Sterblichkeit von Verwitweten. Psychologiche Beitrage, l980, 22, 1-26, (with W. Stroebe, M. Stroebe & M. Gergen).
The challenge of phenomenal change for research methodology. Human Development, l990, 23, 254-259.
The potentiation of social psychological knowledge. In R. F. Kidd & M. Saks (Eds.), Advances in applied social psychology, Vol. l, New York: L. Erlbaum, l980 (with M. Basseches).
The functions and foibles of negotiating self conception. In M. Lynch, A. Norem-Hebeisen & K. J. Gergen (Eds.), The self concept: Advances in theory and research. Boston: Ballinger, l980.
An alternative metatheory for social psychology. In L. Wheeler (Ed.), Review of personality and social psychology, Beverly Hills: Sage, l980 (with J. Morawski).
The emerging crisis in life-span developmental theory. In P. B. Baltes & O. G. Brim (Eds.), Life-span development and behavior, Vol. III. New York: Academic Press, l980.
Causal attribution in the context of social explanation. In D. Gorlitz (Eds.) Perspectives on attribution research and theory. Cambridge, Mass.: Ballinger (with M. Gergen).
1981 Logical force as an explanatory locus. Communication, 6, 87-98.
The broken heart: Reality or myth? Omega, 12, 87-l05 (with M. S. Stroebe, W. Stroebe, & M. Gergen).
Kreatives MiBtrauen gegenuber dem Akzeptablen. Interview in Psychologie Heute,10, 58-65.
Theoretical issues in self-concept; The development of self-concept; and The self in applied settings; all in M. D. Lynch, A. A. Norem-Hebeisen, & K. J. Gergen (Eds.), Self concept, advances in theory and research, Cambridge, Mass: Ballinger.
The meager voice of empiricist affirmation. Personality & SocialPsychology Bulletin, 7, 333-337.
1982 "Citation classic" for "Social psychology as history," (1973) for the Social Science citation index for current contents, 47. Reprinted in N. Smelser (Ed.). Contemporary classics in the social and behavioral sciences. Philadelphia, ISI Press, l987.
The effects of bereavement on mortality: A social psychological analysis. In R. Eiser (Ed.) Social psychology and behavioral medicine. London: Wiley, (with W. Stroebe, M. S. Stroebe & M. Gergen).
From self to science: What is there to know? In J. Suls (Ed.) Psychological perspectives on the self, Vol. l, Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.
Psychology without history and society. A review of S. B. Sarason's Psychology misdirected. Contemporary Psychology, 27, 360-36l.
Review of R. L. Rosnow's Paradigms in transition. American Scientist, 70, 88-89.
Review of D. G. Pruitt's Negotiation behavior. American Scientist, 70, 327.
Form and function in the explanation of human conduct. In P. Secord (Ed.) Explaining social behavior: Consciousness, human action and social structure. Beverly Hills: Sage (with M. Gergen).
Looking backward seeing the present. Review of A. Kasschau & C. N. Cofer Psychology's second century, enduring issues. ContemporaryPsychology, 1982, 27, 765-766.
1983 Metatheoretical influences on conceptions of human development. In M. Lewin (Ed.), In the shadow of the past: Psychology portrays the sexes. New York: Columbia University Press, (with S. Benack).
The social construction of helping relationships. In J. D. Fisher, A. Nadler & B. DePaulo (Eds.) New directions in helping, Vol. l. New York: Academic Press, (with M. Gergen).
Narratives of the self. In K. Scheibe & T. Sarbin (Eds.), Studies in social identity. New York: Praeger (with M. Gergen). Reprinted in S.K. Hinchman and D. Hinchman (eds.) (1997) Memory, identity, community: The idea of narratve in the human sciences. Binghamton: State University of New York Press.
Experimentation and the myth of the incorrigible. In V. Sarris & A. Parducci (Eds.), The future of experimentation. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.
"Historical Psychology," "Historicity," "Enlightenment Effects," "Ordered Change Theory," "Process THeory," all entries in R. Harre & R. Lamb (Eds.), Blackwell Psychological Dictionary. Oxford, England: Blackwell.
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The case of the missing metatheory. A review of M. Shaw & P. Costanzo, Theories of social psychology. Contemporary Psychology, l983, 28, 696-698.
Preface. For E. Sampson's Justice and the critique of pure psychology. New York: Plenum.
Zen Buddhism & psychological science. Psychologia, l983, 26, 129-l4l.
1984 An introduction to historical social psychology. In K. Gergen & M. Gergen (Eds.) Historical social psychology. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
Interpretive dimensions of international aid. In J. D. Fisher, A. Nadler & B. DePaulo (Eds.) Applied research in help-seeking and reactions to aid. New York: Academic Press (with M. Gergen).
Social construction of narrative accounts. In K. Gergen & M. Gergen (Eds.), Historical social psychology. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum
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"Diachronic/synchronic models," "Ethic groups," & "Ethnocentrism," all entries for R. J. Corsini (Ed.), Wiley Encyclopedia of Psychology. New York: Wiley. ("Ethnocentrism" with M. Gergen.)
Review of R. Harre Social Being. Philosphy of Social Sciences, 1984, 14, 275-180.
The cognitive movement: a turn in the Mobius strip? In J. R. Royce & L. P. Mos (Eds.), Annals of Theoretical Psychology. New York: Plenum, 1984.
Aggression as discourse. For A. Memmendey (Ed.), The social psychology of aggression: From individual behavior to social interaction. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1984.
Theory of the self: Impasse & evolution. In L. Berkowitz (Ed.), Advances in experimental social psychology, Vol. 17, 49-115. New York: Academic Press.
Accounting and recounting. Contemporary Social Psychology, 10, 7-11.
1985 Social psychology and the phoenix of unreality. In S. Koch & D. Leary (Eds.), A century of psychology as science, 528-557. New York:
The ethnopsychology of self-deception. In M. Martin (Ed.) Self-deception in self-understanding, essays in philosophy and psychology, 228-243. Lawrence, Kansas: University of Kansas Press.
Social pragmatics and the origins of psychological discourse. K. J. Gergen & K. Davis (Eds.) The social construction of the person, New York: Springer-Verlag.
Cognition: The mysterious sub-text. In G. d'Ydewalle (Ed.), Cognition, information processing and motivation. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 409-424.
Social constuctionist inquiry: Context and implications. In K. J. Gergen & K. E. Davis (Eds.) The social construction of the person, New York: Springer-Verlag.
Selves in search of an identity. A review of J. Suls & A. G. Greenwald (Eds.), Psychological perspectyives on the self, Vol. 2. ContemporaryPsychology, 184-186.
The vicissitudes of ideology. A review of M. Billig's Ideology and social psychology & I. Cohen's Ideology and unconsciousness. Political Psychology, 6, 157-163.
The social constructionist movement in modern psychology. American Psychologist, 40, 266-275. Reprinted in R.B. Miller (Ed.) The Philosophical foundations of clinical psychology, Washington: Americal Psychological Association, 1992. Sistemas Familiares, 1993, 2, 9-24.
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Psychological constructs and paradigm survival: A response to Csikszentmihalyi & Massimini. New Ideas in Psychology, 3, 253-258.
1986 Correspondence vs. autonomy in the language of understanding human action. In D. Fiske & R. Shweder (Eds.), Pluralism & subjectivity in social science. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
The hermeneutics of personality description. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 6, 1261-1270 (with A. Hepburn & D. Comer).
The discourse of control and the maintenance of well-being. In M. Baltes & P. Baltes (Eds.) Aging and control. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum (with M. Gergen).
Group dynamics, morale, socialization. Entries in World Book Encyclopedia, Chicago: World Book.
Interpreting the texts of nature and culture: A reply to Jahoda. European Journal of Social Psychology, 16, 31-37.
Freedom without foundations. A review of P. Feyerabend, Science in a free society. New Ideas in Psychology, 4, 119-124.
Elaborating the constructionist thesis. American Psychologist, 41, 481-482.
European psychology de novo. A review of H. Bonarius, G. Van Heck, & N. Smid (Eds.) Personality psychology in Europe. Contemporary Psychology, 31, 497-482.
Narrative form and the construction of psychological science.
In T.R. Sarbin (Ed.) Narrative psychology: The storied nature of humanconduct. New York: Praeger (with M. Gergen).
Review of Handbook of aging and the social sciences. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 23, 64-71.
Experimentieren und der Mythos des Unverbesserlichen. In V. A. Sarris & A. Parducci (Eds.) (1986), Die Zukunft der experimentellenPsychologie. Weinheim: Beltz. 39-54.
Review of James Deese, American freedom and the social sciences. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 22, 359-360
Aggression rituals. Communications Monographs, 53, 252-265 (with L. M. Harris & J. Lannamann).
1987 The language of psychological understanding. In H. J. Stam, T. B. Rogers & K. J. Gergen (Eds.), Metapsychology and the analysis ofpsychological theory. New York: Hemisphere.
The self in temporal perspective. In R. Abeles (Ed.) Life-span socialpsychology. NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, (with M. Gergen).
Warranting the new paradigm. A reply to Harre. New Ideas in Psychology, 5, 19-24.
Toward metapsychology. In H. J. Stam, T. B. Rogers, & K. J. Gergen(Eds.), Metapsychology: The analysis of psychological theory. New York: Hemisphere.
Toward self as relationship. In T. Honness & K. Yardley (Eds.) Self &identity: Psychosocial perspectives. London: Wiley. Reprinted in E. Todorova (Ed.) Social psychological issues: Questions on the theory and problem of identity. Sofia, Bulgaria: Kliment Ohridski University Press, 1989.
Review of D. P. Rogers Foundations of psychology: Some personal views. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 23, 229-231.
Toward shaping a new science. Review of G. S. Howard's Dare we develop a human science? Contemporary Psychology, 32, 752.
"Diachronic vs. synchronic models," "Ethnic groups," "Ethnocentrism". Entries in R. J. Corsini (Ed.), Concise Encyclopedia of Psychology. New York: Wiley.
On the social construction of knowledge. In K. Westhues (Ed.) Basicprinciples for social science in our time. Waterloo: University of St. Jerome's College Press, pp. 38-52.
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1988 Knowledge & social process. In D. Bar-Tal & A. Kruglanski (Eds.) Thesocial psychology of knowledge. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 30-47.
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Adding up the numbers for 1993. Philadelphia Inquirer, Commentary section, Jan. 6. 1994
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Relational theory and the discourses of power. In D. Hosking, H.P.Dachler, and K.J. Gergen (Eds.) Management and organization: Relational alternatives to individualism. Aldershot: Avebury.
Performative psychology: The play begins. Psyhology and the Arts. Fall, 8-9.
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Le "soi" en question: assemblages et voix multiples. Resonances. April issue, 12-27. With M. Elkaim.
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Preface to the German edition, of The Saturated Self.
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Foreword, for the 2nd edition of P. Wexler's Critical Social Psychology. New York: Peter Lang. xi-xiv.
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Psychotherapie und postmoderne, INTRA Psychologie und Gesellschaft, 28, 46-47.
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Foreword for Paul Rosenblatt's Metaphors of Family Systems Theory, New York: Guilford Press.
Organizational science in a postmodern context. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. 32, 356-377. With T. Thatchenkery. Reprinted in R.C.H. Chia (Ed.) In the realm of organization. London: Routledge. 1998; in P. Stone and M. Cannon (Eds.) Organizational Psychology, VIII. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.1999; and in Warwick Organizational Behaviour Staff, Organizational Studies, London: Routledge.
Developing dialogue for discerning differences. Journal of Applied Behavioral Sciences. 32, 428-433. With T. Thatchenkery.
Social Psychology: The emerging vision as text. A review of Rogers, S..(et al.) Social Psychology, A critical agenda. Contemporary Psychology.
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Tales that wag the dog, globalization and the coming of postmodern psychology. In M. Bond (Ed.) Personalizing cross-cultural psychology. New York: Routledge. (with M. Gergen).
Promises of purity. A review of E.S. Reed's The Necessity of Experience, Contemporary Psychology, 42, 923.
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La communicacion terapeutica como relacion. Systemas Familiares.13, 11-24.
Detecting deception. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 20, 114-115.
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Social theory in context: Relational humanism. In J.D. Greenwood (Ed.) The mark of the social, discovery or invention.New York: Rowman and Littlefield. Pgs. 213-230.
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The two edges of discipline. A review of T. Higgins and A. Kruglanski (Eds.) Social psychology:handbook of basic principles. Contemporary Psychology, 43, 87-89.
Social construction and psychoanalytic promise. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 8, 45-54.
Emery Blagdon. Museum of American Folk Art, Self taught artists of the 20th century, An American anthology, San Francisco: Chronicle Books. 152-155.
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Life on the Line: The therapeutic potentials of computer mediated conversation. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 24, 189-202. With J. K.Miller
Constructionism and Realism: How Are We To Go On? For I. Parker (Ed.) Social construction, discourse and realism. London: Sage.
Constructionist dialogues and the vicissitudes of the political. For I. Velody (Ed.) The Politics of social construction. London: Sage. Pgs. 33-48.
From control to co-construction: New narratives for the social sciences. Psychological Inquiry, 9, 101-103.
Erzahlung, moralische Identitat und historisches Bewusstsein. Eine sozialkonstruktionistische Darstellung. In J. Straub (Ed.) Identitat und historisches Bewusstsein, Frankfurt: Suhrkamp. Pgs.170-202.
Toward a post-modern and post-Western psychology. In A.D. Gomes and J. Pires Valentim (Eds.) Psicologia e Sociedade, Coimbra: University of Coimbra.
The place of material in a constructed world. Family Process, 37, 415-419.
Beyond the self-society antinomy. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 12, 171-176.
Agency: Social construction and relational action. Theory and Psychology, 9, 135-137.
The self: death by technology. The Hedgehog Review, Fall, 25-34.
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Global organization and the potential for ethical action. For D. Cooperrider and J. Dutton (Eds.) The organizational dimensions of global change: no limits of cooperation. 255-269
Review of M. Bell and M. Gardiner’s Bakhtin and the Human Science. Journal of theHistory of the Behavioral Sciences, 35, 123-125.
Review of I. Hacking’s The social construction of what? Civilization.June/July, 106-107.
La terapia como construccion social. Dimenssiones, deliberaciones y divergencias. Psycoterapia y Familia, 12, 11-32. (With L. Warhus).
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El postmodernismo como una forma de humanismo. Revista de Psicoterapia, X, 49-60.
Emerging challenges redux. Theory and Psychology. 10, 23-30.
Memory as discourse and the future of psychological research. The Scandanavian Journal of Psychology. 40, 31-37. With M. Gergen.
Beyond the self-society antinomy. Journal of Constructivist Psychology.
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