An excellent resource for researchers as well as students, Social Cognition features reports of empirical research, conceptual analyses, and critical reviews on the role of cognitive processes in the study of personality, social development, and social behavior. Three broad concerns define the scope of the journal: The processes underlying the perception, memory, and judgment of social stimuli; The effects of social, cultural, and affective factors on the processing of information; The behavioral and interpersonal consequences of cognitive processes. The journal offers a forum for in-depth articles by leading authorities in the field. In 2001, Social Cognition will begin publishing 6 times per year.
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