Index

Advances in Group Processes

ISBN: 978-1-80043-233-8, eISBN: 978-1-80043-232-1

ISSN: 0882-6145

Publication date: 20 October 2020

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(2020), "Index", Thye, S.R. and Lawler, E.J. (Ed.) Advances in Group Processes (Advances in Group Processes, Vol. 37), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 219-223. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0882-614520200000037009

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INDEX

Actual appraisals
, 143–144

Affect
, 88, 93–95

control theory
, 37, 161

Affective embodiment
, 103

Affective systems
, 91–93, 95–103

Agency
, 81–82

Allocation
, 60–61

Altruism
, 37–38, 123–124

American Soldier, The
, 29

Analytic(s)
, 44–45

reconfiguration
, 83

Apologies in trust games
, 124

Arguments
, 177–182

Asian Americans
, 7, 12

Autobiographical declarative memory system
, 84

Behavior(al)
, 136–137

adjustments
, 140

responses
, 139–140

Biographical Ape
, 95–97

Brain’s emotional system
, 92

Care
, 93, 95

Carnal ethnography
, 102–103

Cognitive consistency principle in identity theory
, 136

Cognitive responses
, 139

Colorblindness
, 16–17

Commitment
, 198, 201

Communication
, 116–117

Conceptual decomposition
, 82

Conformity
, 32–34

Constructivist model
, 112–113

Contingency theory of leadership
, 31–32

Conventional identity meanings
, 84

Cooperation, reputation, forgiveness, and solving problems of
, 110

Coping

mechanisms
, 149–150

strategies
, 139

Counter-role
, 197

Cyclic time
, 64

Decision-making in disrupted environments
, 34–36

Decompositional strategy
, 83

Default mode network (DMN)
, 85–86, 96, 101–102

Defensive motivations
, 15–16

Definitions of identity theory
, 169–171

Denotative definitions
, 163

Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
, 44

Derivations
, 167–169, 177–182

Deterrence theory
, 113

Direct reputations
, 113

Disrupted environments
, 26–28

decision-making in
, 34–36

research challenges and opportunities for studying groups in
, 41–45

Distress
, 65

Domain
, 117

Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC)
, 86

Duration
, 60–61

Dysphoric threats
, 38

Economic models
, 117

Electroencephalogram (EEG)
, 43–44, 85, 143–144

Embodied Ape
, 99–103

Embodied intersubjectivity
, 100–101

Embodied self
, 95–103

Embodied understanding
, 100–101

Emotional/emotions
, 88–90, 136

biography
, 95

in human social evolution
, 90–91

suppression
, 149–150

Empirical studies of forgiveness
, 123–125

Episodic declarative memory system
, 84

Evaluation apprehension
, 36

Event timing
, 60–61

Evolutionary models
, 117

Expectation states theory
, 161

Face-to-face groups
, 35

Facial thermography
, 43–44

Feedback
, 59–60

Feelings
, 88

Fieldwork
, 42

First-order terms
, 163–164

Forgiveness
, 110, 121–125

empirical studies
, 123–125

experimental test
, 125–129

reconciliation models
, 123

Frequency
, 60–61

Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)
, 85

Galvanic skin response (GSR)
, 43–44

Gender discrimination
, 6–7

Generalizability coefficient
, 118

Gossip
, 121–125

Grief
, 93–95

Group cohesion
, 29–31

Group conflict
, 36–38

Group dynamics

conformity and influence
, 32–34

decision-making in disrupted environments
, 34–36

in disrupted military environments
, 29–38

emerging technologies and new analytic approaches for research
, 43–44

group cohesion
, 29–31

group conflict
, 36–38

leadership
, 31–32

Group performance
, 30, 33–34

Group processes
, 26, 28

disrupted environments
, 26–28

effects of organizational and institutional embeddedness
, 38–41

Group structure
, 26–27, 27

Groupthink
, 30–31

Harsanyi transformation
, 121

Higher-order terms
, 163–164, 198–202

Horizontal bonds
, 29–30

Hurriedness
, 59

Hypocognition
, 2–8

dominant groups
, 8–11

interventions
, 13–15

of male privilege
, 5–7

of white privilege
, 7–8

Hypotheses
, 164–165

Identity
, 62–66, 199, 200

control theory
, 161, 185

identity-relevant feedback
, 142–143

identity-supporting behavior
, 144–145

prominence
, 201

salience
, 176–177, 200, 206, 207

scholars
, 193

standard
, 84–85, 185–186

strategies of identity negotiation
, 138–141

Identity theory (IT)
, 54, 80, 136, 158, 191, 214

analysis and reconstruction of
, 172–183

analyzing
, 158–160

elements of theories
, 163–165

formalizing
, 192–194

higher-order terms
, 198–202

interpreting
, 194–198

method
, 166–172

properties and components
, 160–165

propositions
, 202–208

scope conditions
, 208–209

terms and definitions
, 172–177

Ideological model
, 112–113

Indirect reputations
, 113

Institutional embeddedness and implications for groups
, 39–41

Integration
, 165

Intentional blindness
, 15–16

Interaction time
, 64

Intergroup

conflict
, 36–38

contact
, 15

International Personality Item Pool (IPIP)
, 142

International relations theory
, 113

Intersectionality
, 15

Intersubjective verifiability
, 169, 216

Leadership
, 31–32

Lower-order terms
, 195–198

Macroaggression
, 12

Male privilege, hypocognition of
, 5–7

Markovsky and Frederick’s job (M&F’s job)
, 191–192, 214

Marley hypothesis
, 11

Mental time travel (MTM)
, 96–97

Microaggression as covert discrimination
, 12–13

Microassaults
, 12

Microinsults
, 12

Microinvalidations
, 12

Military science
, 28, 29

Mirror neuron system (MNS)
, 100

Modular theories
, 165, 171–172

Modularization
, 171–172, 183

Module
, 165

Multiplex networks
, 45

Narrative self
, 95–103

Negative emotions
, 144

Network
, 198

of commitment
, 198, 204

Neurosociological research
, 87

Nonverification
, 86

Nonverified identity negotiation

dependent variables
, 144–145

experimental design
, 142–144

hypothesis tests
, 145–149

limitations
, 150–151

participants
, 141

practical considerations
, 150

procedures
, 141–142

theory
, 137–141

Objectivist/realist model
, 112–113

Organizational

bonds
, 29–30

embeddedness of groups and impacts on social influence
, 38–39

literature
, 111–113

Ostracism
, 121–125

Pacing style
, 59

Perceived accuracy of identity-relevant feedback
, 144

Perceptual control systems model
, 137

Persistence
, 142

of nonverification
, 137–138

Play
, 93, 95

Political science
, 113–114

Positron emission tomography
, 85

Postself
, 112

Power
, 163

Preferred polychronicity
, 59

Primitive terms
, 163

Process losses
, 35, 36

Production blocking
, 35

Projective Ape
, 97–99

Projective/projected self
, 95–103

Propositions
, 164, 167–169, 177–182, 202–208, 217

Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism (Weber)
, 40

Psychology
, 114–116

Public relations research
, 116

Quasi-theory
, 161, 216–217

Racial discrimination
, 7–8

Radicalization
, 40–41

Recognition
, 112

Reconciliation models of forgiveness
, 123

Reflected appraisals
, 86, 143–144

Reflexivity
, 81

Related identities
, 197

Renown
, 112

Reputation
, 110, 113–115, 121–125

dependent variables
, 128

development
, 126–127

experimental test
, 125–129

history
, 119

independent variables
, 127–128

investigating
, 116

and literatures across different social sciences
, 111–117

management strategies
, 116–117

predictions
, 128–129

problem of incomplete information
, 121

trust based on realization of shared interests vs.
, 119–120

Research methods
, 41–43

Role
, 195

expectation
, 197

performance
, 196

Schema
, 4

Schemata
, 4

Scope conditions
, 164, 182–183, 208–209

Self
, 81–83, 177

affective systems and narrative, projective, and embodied self
, 95–103

charting new paths
, 87–95

concept
, 136, 177

self-conscious emotions
, 89

self-enhancement mechanism
, 85

self-perceptions
, 199

self-recognition
, 100–101

self-related capacities or abilities
, 82

self-related intentional states
, 82

self-related representations
, 82

self-time
, 64

social psychology and neuroscience
, 83–87

Self-projection (SP)
, 96–97

Semantic declarative memory system
, 84

Sentiments
, 88

Sequence
, 60–61

Shame-deference system
, 94

Social action
, 93–95

Social dilemmas
, 110–111

Social emotions
, 89

Social identity theory
, 54, 66–69, 186

Social influence
, 33

Social networks
, 198

Social position
, 195

Social privilege
, 3–4

ignorance of history
, 11–12

invisibility of
, 2–3

Social psychology
, 114–116

identity control processes in brain
, 84–85

localizing self-related abilities in brain
, 83–84

measuring and specifying key constructs and processes
, 85–87

and neuroscience
, 83–87

of time
, 54, 57–62

Social self
, 99

Social time
, 55, 64

Sociological theory
, 81

Sociology
, 111–113

Solidarity
, 171

Stets, Burke, Serpe, and Stryker’s rhetoric (SBS&S’s rhetoric)
, 214–217

Structural symbolic interaction (SSI)
, 194

Surveys
, 42

Symbolic interactionism
, 136

Symbolic interactionist perspective (SI perspective)
, 80

Symbolic time
, 55

Taking time
, 60–61

Temporal Depth Scale
, 58–59

Temporal focus
, 58–59

Temporal orientation
, 58–59

Temporal perspective
, 54, 58–60

measurement
, 69–70

Temporality
, 62–69

Terminological system
, 169

Terms of identity theory
, 163, 169–171, 217

Textures of Time (Flaherty)
, 60

Theory

of action
, 56

analysis
, 160–161, 215

construction
, 160, 166

elements
, 163–165

Theory of basic affective systems (Panksepp)
, 81

Time

attitudes
, 58–59

early sociological thinking about
, 54–57

future directions
, 70–74

measurement of temporal perspectives
, 69–70

perspective
, 58–59

social psychology
, 54, 57–62

temporality and identity
, 62–66

temporality and social identity
, 66–69

Time Perspective Inventory
, 58–59

Unconditional forgiveness
, 125

Verification
, 85

Vertical bonds
, 29–30

Well-built theories
, 161–163

White privilege, hypocognition of
, 7–8

Wikitheoria.com
, 165

Zero-order terms
, 163–164