Foreword.F. Blanchard-Fields and T.M. Hess, The Social Cognitive Perspective and the Study of.
Focus on Self:L.M. Soederberg-Miller and M.E. Lachman, The Sense of Control and Cognitive Aging: Toward a Model of Mediational Processes.C. Hertzog, T.T. Lineweaver, and C.L. McGuire, Beliefs About Memory and Aging.J.M. Berry, Memory Self-Efficacy in Its Social Cognitive Context.K. Hooker, Possible Selves in Adulthood: Incorporating Telenomic Relevance into Studies of the Self.J. Brandtstädter, Sources of Resilience in the Aging Self: Toward Integrating Perspectives.J.M. Fitzgerald, Autobiographical Memory and Social Cognition: Development of the Remembered Self in Adulthood.
Section II. Focus on Others:M.L. Hummert, A Social Cognitive Perspective on Age Stereotypes.J.T. Erber and I.G. Prager, Age and Memory: Perceptions of Forgetful Young and Older Adults.F. Blanchard-Fields, Social Schematicity and Causal Attributions.T.M. Hess, Cognitive and Knowledge-Based Influences on Social Representations.
Focus on the Social Context: Interactions Between Self and Other:R.A. Dixon, Exploring Cognition in Interactive Situations: The Aging of N+ 1 Minds.M.W. Pratt and J.E. Norris, Moral Development in Maturity: Life-Span Perspectives on the Processes of Successful Aging.S.T. Charles and L.L. Carstensen, The Role of Time in the Setting of Social Goals Across the Life Span.U.M. Staudinger, Social Cognition and a Psychological Approach to an Art of Life.
Thomas M. Hess, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at North Carolina State University who studies aging and cognitive functioning. His research on aging, judgment, and decision processes has been funded by NIH. He is Fellow of the American Psychological Association, Association for Psychological Science, and Gerontological Society of America.