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About the Editors; Contributors; Preface; Chapter 1. The Social Outcast: An Overview; PART I: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS; Chapter 2. Ostracism: The Indiscriminate Early Detection System; Chapter 3. Varieties of Interpersonal Rejection; Chapter 4. The Inner Dimension of Social Exclusion: Intelligent Thought and Self-Regulation Among Rejected Persons; PART II: DEEP ROOTS OF EXCLUSION: NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SUBSTRATES OF ISOLATION AND EXCLUSION; Chapter 5. Adding Insult to Injury: Social Pain Theory and Response to Social Exculsion.
Focusing on the ubiquitous effects of ostracism, social exclusion, rejection, and bullying, this book explores the consequences of being socially outcast at the neurophysiological, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral levels.
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