globe
  1. The reading list is separated into lecture topics. The list looks massive, but a) some references are duplicated in physical and electronic form, and b) you will not need to read them all!

    There are some core texts at the top of each section that should certainly read, but these do "not" cover all lecture topics. This means that will need to look at the core texts/papers within each section of the topic you decice to study for the presentation and exam.

  2. Core "Individual Difference" texts that cover the topics below 2 items
    This core text covers Personality and Intelligence, as well as special applications. For the special applications, core text for applied topics is just from the Maltby text book, Chapters 18 & 19 of the fourth edition - not sure which edition it is that you have on the list (the Please use the Maltby text referenced above, it is specifically the chapters on 'Embarrassment, Shyness, and Social Anxiety' and 'Interpersonal relationships'.
    1. Introduction to personality, individual differences and intelligence - John Maltbey, Liz Day, Ann Macaskill, MyiLibrary 2007 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    2. Introduction to personality, individual differences and intelligence - John Maltbey, Liz Day, Ann Macaskill 2007

      Book Core

  3. Intelligence 1 and 2 lectures 18 items
    1. Intelligence: a brief history - Cianciolo, Anna T., Sternberg, Robert J. 2004

      Book Core

    2. Intelligence: a brief history - Cianciolo, Anna T., Sternberg, Robert J., MyiLibrary 2004 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    3. IQ in question: the truth about intelligence - Michael J. A. Howe, ebrary, Inc 1997 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    4. IQ in question: the truth about intelligence - Howe, Michael J. A. 1997

      Book Core

    5. The Myth of Intelligence - Schlinger H D 2003

      Article Further

    6. Beyond g: Putting multiple intelligences theory to the test - B VISSER, M ASHTON, P VERNON 2006

      Article Further

    7. The mismeasure of man - Gould, Stephen Jay 1996

      Book Further

    8. The mismeasure of man - Stephen Jay Gould 1996

      Book Further

    9. Music lessons enhance IQ - Shellenberg E G 2004

      Article Further

  4. Emotion 5 items
    1. Functional Accounts of Emotions - Keltner D 1999

      Article Core

  5. Motivation 15 items
    Any text on motivation will cover (most of) the main theories. Specialist texts (e.g. on education, work and sport) will cover some of the theories. Needs theories will be covered in many personality text books. Some learning theories will be covered in texts on learning or developmental psychology. The cognitive theories will be covered in texts on organisational psychology Goal setting is a popular theory in sport psychology, and is covered in those texts. The references at the end of the lecture slides are for studies cited in the lecture.
    1. Motivation: theories and principles - Beck, Robert C. 2004

      Book Core

    2. Trends and prospects in motivation research - Anastasia Efklides, Julius Kuhl, Richard M. Sorrentino 2011

      Book 

    3. Trends and prospects in motivation research - Anastasia Efklides, Julius Kuhl, Richard M. Sorrentino c2001 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    4. The psychology of goals - Gordon B. Moskowitz, Heidi Grant 2009

      Book 

    5. The psychology of goals - Gordon B. Moskowitz, Heidi Grant Halvorson, ebrary, Inc c2009 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    6. Introduction to human resource management - Pinnington, Ashly, Edwards, Tony 2000

      Book 

    7. Introduction to human resource management - Pinnington, Ashly, Edwards, Tony, NetLibrary, Inc 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    8. Motivation and work behavior - Steers, Richard M., Porter, Lyman W., Bigley, Gregory A. 2002

      Book 

    9. Understanding motivation and emotion - Johnmarshall Reeve 2015

      Book 

    10. Motivation in education: theory, research and applications - Dale H. Schunk, Judith L. Meece, Paul R. Pintrich 2013

      Book 

    11. Motivation in education: theory, research, and applications - Dale H. Schunk, Judith L. Meece, Paul R. Pintrich 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    12. Personality - Jerry M. Burger 2015

      Book 

    13. Personality - Jerry M. Burger 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book 

  6. Personality 1 and 2 lectures 13 items
    1. Personality - Jerry M. Burger 2015

      Book Core

    2. Personality - Jerry M. Burger 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    3. A Critical Appraisal of Self-Report Defense Mechanism Measures - Davison K 1998

      Article Further Psychoanalytic theory - Measuring key concepts

    4. Separate social worlds of siblings: the impact of nonshared environment on development - E. Mavis Hetherington, David Reiss, Robert Plomin c1994

      Book Further Read chapter Behavioral genetic evidence for the importance of nonshare environment by Plomin, R. pages 1-31

    5. Separate social worlds of siblings: the impact of nonshared environment on development - E. Mavis Hetherington, David Reiss, Robert Plomin 1994 (electronic resource)

      Book Further The heritability of personality. Read chapter Behavioral genetic evidence for the importance of nonshare environment by Plomin, R. pages 1-31

    6. An Introduction to the Five-Factor Model and Its Applications - Robert R. McCrae, Oliver P. John 06/1992

      Article Further Application of personality theory

    7. Personality Development: Stability and Change - Avshalom Caspi, Brent W. Roberts, Rebecca L. Shiner 02/2005

      Article 

    8. Direct and indirect relations between the Big 5 personality traits and aggressive and violent behavior - Christopher P. Barlett, Craig A. Anderson 2012-6

      Article  Example application of personality theory

    9. RECONSIDERING THE USE OF PERSONALITY TESTS IN PERSONNEL SELECTION CONTEXTS - FREDERICK P. MORGESON, MICHAEL A. CAMPION, ROBERT L. DIPBOYE, JOHN R. HOLLENBECK 09/2007

      Article  Example application of personality theory

  7. Psychometrics 12 items
    1. The theory and practice of systematic personnel selection - Smith, Mike, Robertson, Ivan T. 1993

      Book Core

    2. Psychological testing: principles and applications - Murphy, Kevin R., Davidshofer, Charles O. c2005

      Book Core

    3. Psychological testing: principles and applications - Kevin R. Murphy, Charles O. Davidshofer c2014

      Book Core

    4. Questionnaire design, interviewing and attitude measurement - Oppenheim, A. N. 1992

      Book 

    5. Science and behavior: an introduction to methods of research - Neale, John M., Liebert, Robert M. c1986

      Book 

    6. Handbook of psychological testing - Kline, Paul 2000

      Book 

    7. Psychological testing - Anastasi, Anne, Urbina, Susana 1997

      Book 

  8. Gender 10 items
    The two Alice Eagly references listed here provide an overview of Social Role Theory, as well as a broader overview of alternative approaches to understanding gender differences. The further references below can be used for additional reading, covering both biological and social approaches to gender. These act as a starting point for further reading, there is plenty of additional research that you will be able to find if you conduct your own literature searches on this topic.
    1. Reference and Research Book News 2011

      Journal  Eagly, A. H., & Wood, W. (2012). Social Role Theory: A biosocial analysis of sex differences and similarities. In Van Lange, P. A. M., Kruglanski, A. W., & Higgins, E. T. (Eds.), Handbook of Theories of Social Psychology: Volume 2. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.

    2. Psychologist - Campbell, Anne Sep 2003

      Journal 

    3. Brain gender - Melissa Hines 2005

      Book 

    4. Gender: psychological perspectives - Linda Brannon 2017 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    5. Real Men Don’t Say “Cute” - Jordan Carpenter, Daniel Preotiuc-Pietro, Lucie Flekova, Salvatore Giorgi 04/2017

      Article 

  9. Special applications 12 items
    Below you will find a list of recommended reading for this lecture. There are two chapters in the Maltby textbook that cover this content, as well as one in Hogg and Vaughan relating to interpersonal relationships. These can be used as a basis for your reading, but you should also look at some of the additional references available in order to expand your knowledge.
    1. The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Individual Differences - Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Sophie von Stumm, Adrian Furnham, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    2. See the Maltby core text, and specifically the chapters on 'Embarrassment, Shyness, and Social Anxiety' and 'Interpersonal relationships'). 

    3. Social psychology | ebook - Michael A. Hogg, Graham M. Vaughan 2018 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    4. Social psychology - Michael A. Hogg, Graham M. Vaughan 2017

      Book  Hogg, M. A., & Vaughan, G. M. (2018). Attraction and close relationships. In M. A. Hogg & G. M. Vaughan (Eds.), Social Psychology. Harlow, UK: Pearson Education Ltd.

  10. Digitised Resources 1 item
    1. Fears and phobias: reliability and heritability - KS Kendler, LM Karkowski, CA Prescott

      Article  Digitised article

  11. Recently added items 2 items
    1. Social constructionism - Vivien Burr 2015

      Book 

    2. Social constructionism - Vivien Burr 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book