A Bimodal Theory
Identifying and understanding camouflaged aggression and the characteristics of organizations that foster and enable it.
The Absent Body in Postwar Film
How postwar film represents absent bodies via the cinematic practices of audiovisual erasure by key filmmakers.
Printed Paper Cased
A vivd and detailed portrait of serial murder brothers Luke Karamazov and Tommy Searl.
Embodiment, Time, and Language in Early Childhood
A dialogue between developmental research and continental philosophy that illuminates how children experience the world.
Life Histories of Female Holocaust Survivors from Hungary
A compassionate and insightful study of Hungarian women who lived through the Holocaust, with an appendix containing their complete stories.
Essays in Honor of Merrill-Palmer Quarterly
This volume sets out to celebrate the Quarterly’s significant contribution to developmental research and to highlight the advances made in the field since the early 1950s.
A Study of Black Identity and Self-Esteem
The Concept of Self examines the historical basis for the widely misunderstood ideas of how African Americans think of themselves individually, and how they relate to being part of a group that has been subjected to challenges of their very humanity.