The Psychology of Jealousy and Envy
This volume includes chapters from nearly every major contributor to the psychological literature on jealousy and envy as well as from several creative new investigators. The authors provide coherent accounts of their theoretical perspectives and describe their particular contributions to research in a specific problem area. Each chapter stands as an important integrative work; together they represent the definitive statement on the scientific study of this subject.
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JEALOUS AND ENVIOUS
A Cognitive Theory of Jealousy
Envy and the Sense of Injustice
THE EXPERIENCE OF JEALOUSY
Developmental Correlates of Jealousy
Modes of Response to JealousyEvoking
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