The Advances in Experimental Social Psychology series is the premier outlet for reviews of mature, high-impact research programs in social psychology. Contributions to the series provide defining pieces of established research programs, reviewing and integrating thematically related findings by individual scholars or research groups. Topics discussed in Volume 61 include Worldview Conflict and Prejudice, Money and Happiness, Attitude Representation, Emotion Regulation, and Social Perception.
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2. Prosocial spending and buying time: Money as a tool for increasing subjective well-being - Elizabeth W. Dunn, Ashley V. Whillans, Michael I. Norton and Lara B. Aknin
3. Attitudes beyond associations: On the role of propositional representations in stimulus evaluation - Jan De Houwer, Pieter Van Dessel and Tal Moran
4. Transcending the "good & bad" and "here & now" in emotion regulation: Costs and benefits of strategies across regulatory stages - Gal Sheppes
5. Dynamic interactive theory as a domain-general account of social perception - Jonathan B. Freeman, Ryan M. Stolier and Jeffrey A. Brooks