Intersubjective social cognition

Dr. William Ickes

 

Intersubjective social cognition

Ickes, W., Patterson, M.L., Rajecki, D.W., & Tanford, S. (1982). Behavioral and cognitive consequences of reciprocal versus compensatory responses to pre-interaction expectancies. Social Cognition, 1, 160-190.

Ickes, W., Robertson, E., Tooke, W., & Teng, G. (1986). Naturalistic social cognition: Methodology, assessment, and validation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 51, 66-82.

Ickes, W., Tooke, W., Stinson, L., Baker, V.L., & Bissonnette, V. (1988). Naturalistic social cognition: Intersubjectivity in same-sex dyads. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 12, 58-84.

Stinson, L., & Ickes, W. (1992). Empathic accuracy in the interactions of male friends versus male strangers. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 62, 787-797.

Ickes, W., & Gonzalez, R. (1994). "Social" cognition and social cognition: From the subjective to the intersubjective. Small Group Research, 25, 294-315.

Ickes, W., & Gonzalez, R. (1996). "Social" cognition and social cognition: From the subjective to the intersubjective. In J. Nye and A. Brower (Eds.), What's social about social cognition? Research on socially shared cognition in small groups (pp. 285-309) Newbury Park, CA.: Sage. [An expanded and updated version of the article by Ickes and Gonzalez (1994).

Gesn, P.R., & Ickes, W. (1999). The development of meaning contexts for empathic accuracy: Channel and sequence effects. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 77, 746-761.

Ickes, W., Buysse, A., Pham, H., Rivers, K., Erickson, J. R., Hancock M., Kelleher, J., & Gesn, P. R. (2000). On the difficulty of distinguishing "good" and "poor" perceivers: A social relations analysis of empathic accuracy data. Personal Relationships, 7, 219-234.

Ickes, W., & Simpson, J.A. (2000). Motivational aspects of empathic accuracy: In G.J.O. Fletcher & M.S. Clark (Eds.), Interpersonal processes: Blackwell handbook in social psychology (pp. 229-249). Blackwell: Oxford, UK.

Ickes, W., & Dugosh, J.W. (2000). An intersubjective perspective on social cognition and aging. Basic and Applied Social Psychology (special issue on Social Cognition and Aging), 22, 157-167.

Ickes, W., & Duck, S.W. (2000). Personal relationships and social psychology. In W. Ickes & S.W. Duck (Eds.), The social psychology of personal relationships (pp. 1-8). Chichester, UK: Wiley.

Ickes, W. (2002). The social self in subjective and intersubjective research paradigms. In J. P. Forgas and K. D. Williams (Eds.), The social self: Cognitive, interpersonal and intergroup perspectives (pp. 205-218). Philadelphia: Psychology Press.

Ickes, W. (2002). Subjective and intersubjective paradigms for the study of social cognition. New Review of Social Psychology, 1, 112-121.

Ickes, W., Hutchison, J., & Mashek. D. (2004). Closeness as intersubjectivity. Social absorption and social individuation. In D. Mashek and A. Aron (Eds.), The handbook of closeness and intimacy (pp. 357-373). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Verhofstadt, L.L., Buysse, A., Ickes, W., DeClerq, A., & Peene, O.J. (2005). Conflict and support interactions in marriage: An analysis of couples' interactive behavior and on-line cognition. Personal Relationships, 12, 23-42.

Schmid Mast, M., Hall, J.A., & Ickes, W. (2006). Inferring power-related thoughts and feelings in others: A signal detection analysis. European Journal of Social Psychology, 36, 1-10.

Oriña, M.M., Simpson, J.A., Ickes, W., Asada, K., Fitzpatrick, M.A., & Braz, M.E. (2008). Making it (inter-)personal: Self and partner moderated influence during marital conflict discussions. Social Influence, 3, 34-66.

Verhofstadt, L.L., Buysse, A., Ickes, W., Davis, M., & Devoldre, I. (2008). Support provision in marriage: The role of emotional linkage and empathic accuracy. Emotion, 8, 792-802.

Gleason, K.A., Jensen-Campbell, L.A., & Ickes, W. (2009). The role of emphatic accuracy in adolescents' peer relations and adjustment. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 35, 997-1011.

Whittington, J.L., Holloway, R., Goodwin, V.L., Ickes, W., & Murray, B. (2009). Transactional leadership revisited: Self-other agreement and its consequences. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 39, 1860-1886.

Verhofstadt, L.L., Ickes, W., & Buysse, A. (2010). Empathic accuracy and support provision in marriage. In K. Sullivan and J. Davila (Eds.), Support processes in intimate relationships (pp. 71-88). New York: Oxford University Press.

Schweinle, W., Ickes, W., Rollings, K., & Jacquot, C. (2010). Maritally aggressive men: Angry, egocentric, impulsive and/or biased. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 29, 399-424.

Park, A., Sharp, N., & Ickes, W. (2010). Social anxiety is contagious. In T.M. Robinson (Ed.), Social anxiety: Symptoms, causes, and techniques (pp. 79-91). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Smith, J.L., Ickes, W., Hall, J., & Hodges, S.D. (Eds.). (2011). Managing interpersonal sensitivity: Knowing when—and when not—to understand others. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Ickes, W., Smith, J.L., Hall, J., & Hodges, S.D. (2011). Interpersonal sensitivity: A set of abilities we can dial up or down as needed? In J.L. Smith, W. Ickes, J. Hall, and S. Hodges (Eds.), Managing interpersonal sensitivity: Knowing when—and when not—to understand others (pp. vii - xiii). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Verhofstadt, L.L., Davis, M.H., & Ickes, W. (2011). Motivation, emphatic accuracy, and spousal support: It's complicated! In J.L. Smith, W. Ickes, J. Hall, and S. Hodges (Eds.), Managing interpersonal sensitivity: Knowing when—and when not—to understand others (pp.169-192) . New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Cuperman, R., Howland, M., Ickes, W., & Simpson, J.A. (2011). Motivated inaccuracy: Past and future directions. In J.L. Smith, W. Ickes, J. Hall, and S. Hodges (Eds.), Managing interpersonal sensitivity: Knowing when—and when not—to understand others (pp. 215-233). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Smith, J.L., Hall, J., Hodges, S.D., & Ickes, W. (2011). To be, or not to be, accurate: Addressing that and other complicated questions. In J.L. Smith, W. Ickes, J. Hall, & S.D. Hodges (Eds.), Managing interpersonal sensitivity: Knowing when—and when not—to understand others (pp. 235-254). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

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