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- Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2016
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- Bornstein, Brian H. (ed.), Neal, Tess M. S. (ed.), Pytlikzillig, Lisa M. (ed.), Shockley, Ellie (ed.)
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Towards Theoretical and Methodological Integration
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Dr. Ellie Shockley is a postdoctoral fellow at the Public Policy Center. Dr. Shockley earned a Ph.D. in social psychology from the University of Chicago in 2013. Her primary research interests focus on political psychology and social identity (e.g., racial identity). She is especially interested in how cognitive biases, motivated reasoning, and group identities influence people's attitudes toward institutions, policies, etc. Dr. Tess M. S. Neal is a National Science Foundation postdoctoral research fellow at the Public Policy Center. She is both a researcher and a clinician (State of Nebraska License # 844). She obtained her Ph.D. in clinical psychology at The University of Alabama in 2012 and completed a clinical-forensic postdoctoral residency at the University of Massachusetts Medical School from 2012-2013. Dr. Lisa PytlikZillig received both her B.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She is certified in Specialized Alternative Dispute Resolution, Family Mediation, and Basic Mediation. Lisa is a contracted mediator for The Mediation Center in Lincoln, NE. Her area of interest is conflict resolution, including its overlap with the study of affect regulation, critical thinking, motivation, prosocial behavior, public participation, trust, and technology. Dr. Brian H. Bornstein is Professor of Psychology and Courtesy Professor of Law at UNL. He started at the university in 2000. He is a member of th e Law-Psychology, Social, and Cognitive psychology programs. He has served as Interim Director of the Social-Personality and Law-Psychology programs and is presently Associate Director of the Law-Psychology program. Dr. Bornstein teaches courses on human memory, psychology and law, decision making, and history of psychology at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Foreword by Guido Moellering.- Chapter 1: Inspiring and Advancing the Many-Disciplined Study of Institutional Trust.- Chapter 2: Consensus on Conceptualizations and Definitions of Trust: Are We There Yet?.- Chapter 3: Carving Up Concepts? Differentiating Between Trust and Legitimacy in Public Attitudes Towards Legal Authority.- Chapter 4: Who Do You Trust?.- Chapter 5: Working with Covariance: Using Higher-Order Factors in Structural Equation Modeling with Trust Constructs.- Chapter 6: Examining the Relationship Between Interpersonal and Institutional Trust in Political and Health Care Contexts.- Chapter 7: Trust as a Multilevel Phenomenon across Contexts: Implications for Improved Interdisciplinarity in Trust Research.- Chapter 8: On the Cross-Domain Scholarship of Trust in the Institutional Context.- Chapter 9: Institutional Trust Across Cultures: Its Definitions, Conceptualizations, and Antecedents Across Eastern and Western European Nations.- Chapter 10: The "Dark Side" of Institutional Trust.- Chapter 11: Compensatory Institutional Trust: A "Dark Side" of Trust.- Chapter 12: Trust in the 21st Century.