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The UC Irvine Libraries support the Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows Series by providing a bibliography of the works of each Fellow. The bibliographies are available in print at the Langson and Science Libraries and at each public event.

2000 - 2001 Series

Ervin Staub

UC Irvine Chancellor's Distinguished Fellow
A Selective Bibliography: The UC Irvine Libraries
February 20 & 21, 2001

Daniel C. Tsang, Asian American Studies, Politics & Economics Bibliographer
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Books by Ervin Staub

    Patriotism in the Lives of Individuals and Nations. Chicago: Nelson-Hall, Publishers, 1997. (Co-editor, with Daniel Bar-Tal.)
    Langson Library Call Number: JC329 .P37 1997

    The Roots of Evil: The Origins of Genocide and Other Group Violence. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989.
    Langson Library Call Number: HM281 .S69 1989

    Social and Moral Values: Individual and Societal Perspectives. Hillsdale, NY: L. Erlbaum Associates, 1989. (Co-editor, with Nancy Eisenberg and Janusz Reykowski)
    Langson Library Call Number: HM216 .S549 1989

    Development and Maintenance of Prosocial Behavior: International Perspectives on Positive Morality. New York: Plenum Press, 1984. (Co-editor, with D. Bar-Tal, J. Karylowski and J. Reykowski)
    Langson Library Call Number: HM216 .D44 1984

    Personality: Basic Aspects and Current Research. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1980. (Editor.)

    Positive Social Behavior and Morality. Vol. 1: Personal and Social Influences. New York: Academic Press, 1978. Call Number: HM251 .S755 v. 1. Vol. 2: Socialization and Development. New York: Academic Press, 1979.
    Langson Library Call Number: HM251 .S755 v. 2.

Book Chapters by Ervin Staub

    Genocide. In Alan E. Kazdin (ed.). Encyclopedia of Psychology. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 2000, vol. 3, 469-473.
    Langson Library Reference Call Number: BF31 .E52 2000

    Unit 7: Aggression. In Mark H. Davis (ed.). Annual Editions: Social Psychology 2000/2001 (4th ed.). Guilford, Conn.: Dushkin/McGraw-Hill, 2000, 148-169. (Co-author)

    Bystanders to Genocide; Genocide as a Process (with Israel W. Charny); Ideology of Genocide (with Israel W. Charny). In Israel W. Charny (ed.). The Encyclopedia of Genocide. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO, 1999, vol. 1, 127-128; 251-253; v. 2, 347-439.
    Langson Library Reference Call Number: HV6322.7 .E53 1999.

    Preventing Genocide: Activating Bystanders, Helping Victims Heal, Helping Groups Overcome Hostility. In Levon Chorbajian and George Shirinian (eds.). Studies in Comparative Genocide. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999.
    Langson Library Call Number: HV6322.7 .S78 1999

    Predicting Collective Violence: The Psychological and Cultural Roots of Turning against Others. In Craig Summers and Eric Markusen (eds.). Collective Violence: Harmful Behavior in Groups and Governments. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999, [195]-209.
    Langson Library Call Number: HM886 .C553 1999

    Halting and Preventing Violence: The Role of the Bystanders. In Robert H. Walker (ed.). The Friends of Raoul Wallenberg. 1987-1997. Spring Valley Ranch, Colo.: R. H. Walker, 1998.

    Vital New Fields have Emerged. In G. Hunyadi (ed.). Political and Historical Psychology. Budapest: Osiris, 1998.

    Early Intervention: Prediction and Action. In Harvey J. Langholtz (ed.). The Psychology of Peacekeeping. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1998, 31-39.
    Langson Library Call Number: BF637.R4 P78 1998

    Breaking the Cycle of Genocidal Violence: Healing and Reconciliation. In John H. Harvey (ed.). Perspectives on Loss: A Sourcebook. Philadelphia: Brunner/Mazel, 1998, 231-238.
    Langson Library Call Number: BF575.D35 P47 1998

    The Psychology of Rescue: Perpetrators, Bystanders and Heroic Helpers. In John J. Michalczyk (ed.). Resisters, Rescuers and Refugees: Historical and Ethical Issues. Kansas City, MO: Sheed & Ward, 1997.
    Langson Library Call Number: D802.E9 R47 1997

    The Psychological and Cultural Roots of Group Violence and the Creation of Caring Societies and Peaceful Group Relations. In Thomas Gregor (ed.). A Natural History of Peace. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 1996, 129-155. Langson Library Call Number: JX 1963 .N25 1966.

    Altruism and Aggression: Origins and Cures. In Robert S. Feldman (ed.). Psychology of Adversity. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1996, 115-144.

    Torture: Psychological and Cultural Orgins. In Ronald D. Crelinsten and Alex P. Schmid. The Politics of Pain: Torturers and their Masters. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1995, 99-111.
    Langson Library Call Number: HV8593 .P64 1995

    How People Learn to Care. In Paul G. Schervish et al. (eds.). Care and Community in Modern Society: Passing on the Tradition of Service to Future Generations. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1995.

    Mob Violence: Socio-Cultural Sources, Group Processes and Participants. In Leonard D. Eron et al. (eds.). Reason to Hope: A Psychosocial Perspective on Violence & Youth. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 1994, 281-313. (Co-Author, with Lori H. Rosenthal)
    Langson Library Call Number: HV1431 .R42 1994

    A Conception of the Determinants and Development of Altruism and Aggression: Motives, the Self, and the Environment. In Bill Puka (ed.). Reaching Out: Caring, Altruism, and Prosocial Behavior. New York: Garland Publishing, 1994, 11-39.

    Individual and Group Selves: Motivation, Morality, and Evolution. In: Gil G. Noam and Thomas E. Wren, (eds.). The Moral Self. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press, 1993, 337-358.
    Langson Library Call Number: BJ45 .M67 1993

    The Roots of Evil: The Psychological and Cultural Origins of Group Violence. In György Hunyady (ed.). Proceedings of the 2nd European Congress of Psychology. Budapest: National Scientific Organization Committee of the 22nd European Congress of Psychology, 1992.

    The Origins of Caring, Helping and Nonaggression: Parental Socialization, the Family System, Schools, and Cultural Influence. In Pearl M. Oliner et al. (ed.). Embracing the Other: Philosophical, Psychological, and Historical Perspectives on Altruism. New York University Press, 1992, 390-412.
    Langson Library Call Number: D810.J4 E477 1992

    The Origins of Aggression, Nonagression, Caring and Social Responsibility. In Sylvia Staub and Paula Green (eds.). Psychology and Social Responsibility: Facing Global Challenges. New York: New York University Press, 1992, 89-120.
    Langson Library Call Number: HM251 .P8343 1992

    Psychological and Cultural Origins of Extreme Destructiveness and Extreme Altruism. In William M. Kurtines and Jacob L. Gewirtz (eds.). Handbook of Moral Behavior and Development. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1991, 425-446.
    Langson Library Call Number: BF723.M54 H35 1991

    Transforming the Bystander: Altruism, Caring and Social Responsibility. In Helen Fein (ed.), Genocide Watch. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1991, 162-181.
    Langson Library Call Number: HV6322.7 .G46 1992

    The Psychology and Culture of Torture and Torturers. In Peter Suedfeld (ed.). Psychology and Torture. New York: Hemisphere Pub., 1990, 49-76.
    Langson Library Call Number: HV8593 .P79 1990

    Genocide and Mass Killing: Cultural-Societal and Psychological Origins. In Hilde T. Himmelweit and George Gaskell (eds.). Societal Psychology. Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage Publications, 1990, 230-251.

    Commentary: Human Destructiveness and the Refugee Experience. In Lucy Nguyen-Hong-Nhiem and Joel M. Halpern (eds.). The Far East Comes Near: Autobiographical Accounts of Southeast Asian Students in America. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1989, 199-205.
    Langson Library Call Number: LC2633.6 .F37 1989

    A Conception of the Determinants and Development of Altruism and Aggression: Motives, the Self, and the Environment. In Carolyn Zahn-Waxler et al. (eds.). Altruism and Aggression: Biological and Social Origins. New York : Cambridge University Press, 1986, 135-164.
    Langson Library Call Number: BF723.A37 A47 1986.

    Paperback (1991) edition:
    Langson Library Call Number: BF723.A37 A47 1991

    Steps toward a Comprehensive Theory of Moral Conduct: Goal Orientation, Social Behavior, Kindness and Cruelty. In William M. Kurtines and Jacob L. Gewirtz (eds.). Morality, Moral Behavior, and Moral Development. New York : Wiley, 1984.
    Langson Library Call Number: BF723.M54 M69 1984

    Promoting Positive Behavior in Schools, in Other Educational Settings, and in the Home. In J. Philippe Rushton and Richard M. Sorrentino (eds.). Altruism and Helping Behavior: Social, Personality, and Developmental Perspectives. Hillsdale, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates, 1981, 109-136.
    Langson Library Call Number: BF637.H4 A46

    To Rear a Prosocial Child: Reasoning, Learning by Doing and Learning by Teaching Others. In David J. DePalma and Jeanne M. Foley (eds.). Moral Development: Current Theory and Research. Hillsdale, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates, 1975.

Articles by Ervin Staub

    Genocide and Mass Killing: Origins, Prevention, Healing and Reconciliation. Political Psychology 21/2 (June 2000), 367-382

    The Origins and Prevention of Genocide, Mass Killing, and Other Collective Violence. Peace & Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 5/4 (1999), 303-348.

    The Roots of Evil: Social Conditions, Culture, Personality, and Basic Human Needs. Personality & Social Psychology Review 3/3 (1999), 179-192.

    On the Varieties of National Attachment: Blind versus Constructive Patriotism. Political Psychology 20/1 (March 1999), 151-174. (Co-author, with Robert T. Schatz and Anonymous)

    Scholars and Violence-Generating Ideas. American Psychologist 52/2 (February 1997), 183-184.

    Cultural-Societal Roots of Violence: The Examples of Genocidal Violence and of Contemporary Youth Violence in the United States. American Psychologist 51/2 (February 1996), 117-132.

    Preventing Genocide: Activating Bystanders, Helping Victims, and the Creation of Caring. Peace & Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 2/3 (1996), 189-200.

    Responsibility, Helping, Aggression, and Evil: Comment. Psychological Inquiry 7/3 (1996), 252-254.

    The Psychology of Bystanders, Perpetrators, and Heroic Helpers. International Journal of Intercultural Relations 17/3 (Summer, 1993), 315-341.

    Understanding and Preventing Police Violence. Center Review 6 (1992), 1-7. [Harvard Medical School's Center of Psychology and Social Change publication.]

    The Persian Gulf Conflict War Reflective of Stormy Undercurrents in the U.S. Psyche. Psychology International (Spring, 1991), 1-9.

    The Psychological and Cultural Roots of Group Violence: The Gulf War. Journal of Psychohistory 19/1 (Summer 1991), 115-121.

    Altruistic and Moral Motivations for Helping and their Translation into Action. Psychological Inquiry 2/2 (1991), 150-153.

    Moral Exclusion, Personal Goal Theory, and Extreme Destructiveness. Journal of Social Issues 46/1 (Spring, 1990), 47-64.

    The Evolution of Bystanders, German Psychoanalysts, and Lessons for Today. Political Psychology 10/1 1989, 39-52.

    The Evolution of Caring and Nonaggressive Persons and Societies. Journal of Social Issues 44/2 (Summer, 1988), 81-100.

    The Psychology of Perpetrators and Bystanders. Political Psychology 16/1 (March, 1985), 61-85.

    The Nature of Self-Control, Self-Regulation and Motivation. Avances en Psicologia Clinica Latinoamericana 3 (1984), 59-70.

    Moral Judgment: Situation Interaction as a Basis for Predicting Prosocial Behavior. Journal of Personality 49/1 (March, 1981), 1-14. (Co-author, with Sumru Erkut and Daniel S. Jaquette)

    Property Rights, Deservingness, Reciprocity, Friendship: The Transactional Character of Children's Sharing Behavior. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology 40/2 (February 1981), 271-289. (Co-author, with Henry Norenberg)

    Stimulus Characteristics of A Sufferer and Difficulty of Escape as Determinants of Helping. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology 30/2 (August 1974), 279-284. (Co-author, with Robert S. Baer)

    Increasing Pain Tolerance by Information about Aversive Stimuli. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology 21/2 (February 1972), 198-203. (Co-author with Deborah S. Kellett)

    Effects of Persuasion and Modeling on Delay of Gratification. Developmental Psychology 6/1 (January 1972), 166-177.

    Instigation To Goodness: the Role of Social Norms and Interpersonal Influence. Journal of Social Issues 28/3 (1972), 131-150.

    The Use of Role Playing and Induction in Children's Learning of Helping and Sharing Behavior. Child Development 42/3 (September, 1971), 805-816.

    A Child in Distress: the Influence of Nurturance and Modeling on Children's Attempts To Help. Developmental Psychology 5/1 (July 1971), 124-132.

    Self-Control and Predictability: Their Effects on Reactions To Aversive Stimulation. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology 18/2 (May, 1971), 157-162. (Co-author, with Bernard Tursky and Gary E. Schwartz)

    Helping A Person in Distress: the Influence of Implicit and Explicit "rules" of Conduct on Children and Adults. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology 17/2 (February, 1971), 137-144.

    Need for Approval, Children's Sharing Behavior, and Reciprocity in Sharing. Child Development 41/1 (1970), 243-252. (Co-author, with Linda Sherk)

    A Child in Distress: the Effect of Focusing Responsibility on Children on Their Attempts To Help. Developmental Psychology 2/1 (1970), 152-153.

    A Child in Distress: the Influence of Age and Number of Witnesses on Children's Attempts To Help. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology 14/2 (1970), 130-140.

    Effects of Expectancy on Working and Waiting for Larger Reward Journal of Personality & Social Psychology 2/5 (1965), 625-633.

Dissertation

    The Effects of Persuasion, Modeling, and Related Influence Procedures on Delay of Reward Choices and Attitudes. Palo Alto: Stanford University, 1966. (Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts 26/11, 6880)

Articles About Erwin Staub

    Daniel Goldman. Scientist at Work: Ervin Staub; Studying the Pivotal Role of Bystanders. New York Times (June 22, 1993), C1.

    Janny Scott. Violence Born of the Group: The Beating of Rodney G. King Follows Patterns Observed by Researchers… Los Angeles Times (March 28, 1991), A1.

    Nicholas Humphrey. Society Tomorrow (Body and Soul): The Best of Enemies. The Guardian (July 29, 1987).

    Robert Marquand. Staub: Colleges Must Develop More Service-Minded Students. Christian Science Monitor (October 3, 1986), 22.

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