- Inbunden (Hardback)
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- OUP USA
- 247 x 158 x 19 mm
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- 462 g
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"What a fascinating book! Filled with wonderful stories and historical examples as well as highly accessible reports of the latest research, The Autobiographical Self in Time and Culture reveals and explains the through-going cultural nature of our memories and ourselves. A useful and engaging read for psychologists in all areas, but also for teachers, managers and parents who are raising their children in a multicultural world. Wang's analysis is so successful that readers will be forever unable to describe an event or recount a memory without considering why and how their story takes the form it does." -- Hazel Rose Markus, co-author of Clash! Eight Cultural Conflicts that Make Us Who We Are
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<br>Qi Wang holds a BSc in Psychology from Peking University, China, and a PhD in Psychology from Harvard University. She is currently Professor and Director of Social Cognition Development Laboratory at Cornell University. Wang has received many honors and awards and is regarded as the preeminent psychologist in the study of memory and culture. Her work exemplifies a creative merger of rigorous empiricism, compelling theoretical insights, and real life significance for education and parenting.<br>
TABLE OF CONTENTS ; PREFACE ; INTRODUCTION ; CHAPTER 1: PERSONAL STORIES, FAMILY STORIES ; CHAPTER 2: AUTOBIOGRAPHY IN TIME ; CHAPTER 3: THE STORIES WE KEEP ; CHAPTER 4: WHEN DOES OUR AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SELF BEGIN? ; CHAPTER 5: WHAT ARE WE MADE OF? STORIES TOLD AND UNTOLD ; CHAPTER 6: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SELF IN PROSPECTIVE