European Ph.D on Social Representations and Communication

Multimedia and Distance Learning System

 

20th International Lab Meeting – Summer Session 2012
18th International Summer School on Social Representations and Communication

of the

European Ph.D. on Social Representations and Communication

"Social Representations, Economics and Finance"

 

SCIENTIFIC MATERIALS

 

 at the European PhD on Social Representations & Communication Research Center and

Multimedia LAB, P.za d'Ara Coeli 1, Rome-Italy

with worldwide multi-points connection via interactive web auditorium

 

08th - 19th July, 2012

 

Symbols:

Different type of sessions:

On line

 

Audio-connected

Video-connected

Web-chat

Video-recorded

 

 

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Erich Kirchler's Key Lectures:

* Kirchler, E. (2007). The Economic Psychology of Tax Behaviour. UK: Cambridge University Press. (ISBN: 9780521876742)

* Gangl, K., Kastlunger, B., Kirchler, E., & Voracek, M. (2012). Confidence in the economy in times of crisis: Social representations of experts and laypeople. The Journal of Socio-Economics 41 (2012) 603– 614

* Kirchler, E. & Hölzl, E. (2003). Economic Psychology. International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 18, 29-80.

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Charles Smith's Key Lecture:

* Smith, C.W. (1981). The mind of the market: A study of stock market philosophies, their uses, and their implications. Publisher: Croom Helm (ISBN: 978-0709923275)

* Smith, C.W. (1999). Success and Survival on Wall Street: Understanding the Mind of the Market. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers

* Smith, C.W. (2007). Markets as definitional practices. The Canadian Journal of Sociology, 32 (1): 1-39.

* Smith, C.W. (2011). Coping with Contingencies in Equity Option Markets: The "Rationality" of Pricing. In J. Beckert & P. Aspers (Eds.), The Worth of Goods: Valuation & Pricing in the Economy (pp.272-294). New York: Oxford University Press (ISBN 978-0-19-959465-8)

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Annamaria de Rosa's Key Lecture:

* de Rosa, A.S. Bocci, E. Bulgarella, C. (2010). Économie et Finance durant la crise financière mondiale : représentations sociales, métaphores et figures rhétoriques dans le discours des médias de l’automne 2008 au printemps 2010, Cahiers Internationaux de Psychologie Sociale: Special Issue “Social Thinking and crisis” n°87: 543-584. ISSN 0777-0707

* de Rosa, A.S. (2011). 1961-2011: 50 de ani de istorie a unei idei reprezentând "mai mult decât o teorie". Partea I (50-year history of an idea that is "more than a theory", Part I), Societal and Political Psychology International Review, 2, 1: 9-28. ISSN 2068-6315

* de Rosa, A.S. (2011). 1961-2011: 50 de ani de istorie a unei idei reprezentând "mai mult decât o teorie". Partea II (50-year history of an idea that is "more than a theory", Part II), Societal and Political Psychology International Review, 2, 2: 11-37. ISSN 2068-6315

* de Rosa, A.S. (2011). 1961-1976: a meta-theoretical analysis of the two editions of the "Psychanalyse, son image et son public", in Howarth C., Kalampalikis, N. Castro, P. (2011, forthcoming) Eds. A half century of social representations: discussion on some recommended papers, Special Issue, Papers on Social Representations, vol. 20, Issue 2. ISSN 1021-5573

* de Rosa, A.S., Bocci, E., Sun, S.Y. & Bulgarella, C. (2011). Social Representations of Stock Market anchored in two cultural contexts: China and Italy, 9th Biennial Conference of th Asiam Association of Social Psyhcology, July, 28-31, Kumming, China

* de Rosa, A.S. (2012). 'Social representations of the stock market in financial advisors, investors and media', Part I of the Symposium 'The European PhD on Social Representations and Communication Research Centre and Multimedia Lab: an incubator for new generations of young researchers' Part 1, organised at 11th International Conference on Social Representations Social Representations in Changing Societies, Évora Portugal, 25-28 June 2012

* de Rosa, A.S. (2012). 'The modelling approach as a unifying paradigm for research programs in various thematic areas', Symposium 'The European PhD on Social Representations and Communication Research Centre and Multimedia Lab: an incubator for new generations of young researchers' Part 2, organised at 11th International Conference on Social Representations Social Representations in Changing Societies, Évora Portugal, 25-28 June 2012

* de Rosa, A.S., Bocci, E. (2012). 'Social Change, Political Arena and Social Representations of the relation Citizens-Institutions: polemical representations in action in two social movements (No-TAV and Occupy Wall Street)' Symposium 'The European PhD on Social Representations and Communication Research Centre and Multimedia Lab: an incubator for new generations of young researchers' Part 2, organised at 11th International Conference on Social Representations Social Representations in Changing Societies, Évora Portugal, 25-28 June 2012

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Jian Guan's Key Lecture:

* von Hippel, W., von Hippel, C., Conway, L., Preacher, K.J., Schooler, J.W. & Radvansky G.A, (2005). Coping With Stereotype Threat: Denial as an Impression Management Strategy. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 89, No. 1, 22–35

* Derks, B., Inzlicht, M. & Kang, S. (2008). The Neuroscience of Stigma and Stereotype Threat. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, Vol 11(2) 163–181.

* Swan, W.B., Gomez, A., Conor Seyle, D., Morales Francisco, J. & Huici, C. (2009). Identity Fusion: The Interplay of Personal and Social Identities in Extreme Group Behavior. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 96, No. 5, 995–1011

* Swan, W.B., Gomez, A., Dovidio, J.F., Hart, S. & Jetten, J.(2010). Dying and Killing for One's Group: Identity Fusion Moderates Responses to Intergroup Versions of the Trolley Problem. Psychological Science,21(8) 1176– 1183

* Johns, M., Inzlicht, M. & Schmader, T. (2008). Stereotype Threat and Executive Resource Depletion: Examining the Influence of Emotion Regulation. Journal of Experimental Psychology, Vol. 137, No. 4, 691–705.

* Schmader, T., Johns, M., & Forbes, C. (2008). An Integrated Process Model of Stereotype Threat Effects on Performance. Psychological Review, Vol. 115, No. 2, 336–356.

* Seibt, B. & Forster, J. (2004). Stereotype Threat and Performance: How Self-Stereotypes Influence Processing by Inducing Regulatory Foci. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 87, No. 1, 38–56.

* Shapiro, J.R. & Neuberg, S.L. (2007). From Stereotype Threat to Stereotype Threats: Implications of a Multi-Threat Framework for Causes, Moderators, Mediators, Consequences, and Interventions. Personality and Social Psycholical Review, vol. 11 no. 2, 107-130.

 

Bibliographic References related to Dr. Aleksandra Borkowska's Key Lecture:

* Borkowska, A., Between Professional Life and Personal Happiness: What Should Managers Know about the Relationship between Job Satisfaction and Psychological Well-Being of Employees?

* Czapinski, J. (1991). Illusions and Biases in Psychological Well Being: An 'Onion' Theory of Happiness. Paper presented at a Working meeting of ISR (The University of Michigan) and ISS (The University of Warsaw) on Reconciling Collective and Self-interest In Emerging Democracies. (Ann Arbor (USA), 15-18 December 1991).

* Swieboda, H. (2010). Labor security as a life quality factor. Zeszyty Naukowe 2010, 24(96) pp. 129–134

* Wright, T.A. & Cropanzano, R. (2000). Psychological Well-Being and Job Satisfaction as Predictors of Job Performance. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Vol 5(1), pp. 5-10.