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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 17, Number 4, 4 July 2018

The self as a central tenet of our psychology: New perspectives on the self
pp. 367-370(4)
Authors: Bernstein, Michael J.; Elizabeth, Haines

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On using what we know about ourselves in thinking about others: Not so fast
pp. 382-393(12)
Authors: Karylowski, Jerzy J.; Mrozinski, Blazej

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Investigating how ostracizing others affects one’s self-concept
pp. 394-406(13)
Authors: Wirth, James H.; Wesselmann, Eric D.

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Universal stories: How narratives satisfy core motives
pp. 418-431(14)
Authors: Costabile, Kristi A.; Shedlosky-Shoemaker, Randi; Austin, Adrienne B.

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Why are they being so nice to us? Social identity threat and the suspicion of Whites’ motives
pp. 432-442(11)
Authors: Kunstman, Jonathan W.; Fitzpatrick, Christina B.

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Gender is what you look like: Emerging gender identities in young children and preoccupation with appearance
pp. 455-466(12)
Authors: Halim, May Ling D.; Gutierrez, Brenda C.; Bryant, Danielle N.; Arredondo, Maria; Takesako, Kiyo

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Aspects of identity: From the inner-outer metaphor to a tetrapartite model of the self
pp. 467-482(16)
Authors: Cheek, Nathan N.; Cheek, Jonathan M.

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