Capa do livro: The reinvented self in a post-pandemic world: <bR>Cross-Cultural Psychological Perspectives

The reinvented self in a post-pandemic world:
Cross-Cultural Psychological Perspectives

Autores: Alexsandro Medeiros do Nascimento - Antonio Roazzi (Editors)

The COVID-19 pandemic was considered one of the greatest planetary catastrophes, with socioeconomic and human impacts, and many deaths, similar to the World Wars, the Spanish Flu outbreak of the 20th century, and the Black Death in the Medieval period. Similar to what was experienced in Europe during the plague outbreaks, the world faced a highly lethal, rapidly spreading disease, which rekindled primal fears and led to unprecedented levels of death anxiety and concern for the future. The COVID-19 pandemic gained the status of an epistemic event, which called into question scientific knowledge and our most deep-rooted philosophical and spiritual beliefs and undermined our confidence in the stability of our modern lifestyle and how we relate to each other and Nature. In this context, Psychology was called upon to use its theories and techniques to understand the psychological impacts of the pandemic, guide public health policy, and support affected populations. This book – "The Reinvented Self in a Post-Pandemic World: Cross-Cultural Psychological Perspectives" – is a testimony to the work of psychologists and specialists in related areas from 4 continents (Europe, Africa, North America, and South America) on research focused on identifying psychological strengths needed to cope with crises, as well as the cognitive and emotional resources for resignifying the Self and Reconstruction of the post-pandemic Future. The diversity of themes presented (self-awareness, concern, anxiety about death due to coronavirus, religiosity, gratitude, and mystical experience, among others) makes up an impressive tapestry of meanings and testament to cross-cultural experiences during the dark times of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Editora: EDITORA CRV
ISBN:978-65-251-6312-3
ISBN DIGITAL:978-65-251-6309-3
DOI: 10.24824/978652516312.3
Ano de edição: 2024
Distribuidora: EDITORA CRV
Número de páginas: 320
Formato do Livro: 16x23 cm
Número da edição:1

  • FOREWORD - 13
  • CHAPTER 1 SELF-AWARENESS, RELIGIOSITY, AND WORRY IN THE BRAZILIAN POPULATION IN THE FIRST YEAR OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC (2020) AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH DEATH ANXIETY DUE TO CORONAVIRUS: Hypothesis of Mediation - 23
  • CHAPTER 2 “IF IT IS ALLOWED TO FLEE IN THE FACE OF THE THREAT OF DEATH” – LUTHER AND THE PLAGUE EPIDEMIC IN WITTENBERG - 81
  • CHAPTER 3 UNVEILING THE EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL ECHOES OF A PANDEMIC: A Study on Age-Related Differences - 101
  • CHAPTER 4 MENTAL HEALTH, SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING AND COPING IN ANGOLAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS DURING COVID-19 OUTBREAK - 129
  • CHAPTER 5 MEANINGS OF QUARANTINE IN PEOPLE LIVING IN RECIFE (STATE OF PERNAMBUCO): Phenomenological Study - 179
  • CHAPTER 6 NOTES FOR A HISTORY OF THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SELF-AWARENESS IN BRAZIL: Genesis of Research at the Laboratory for Studies on Self-Awareness, Consciousness, High-Order Cognition and Self (LACCOS) at the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) - 201
  • CHAPTER 7 TEACHING GRATITUDE DURING A PANDEMIC: A Case Study from a Social Psychology Course - 211
  • CHAPTER 8 INNER SPEECH INVOLVEMENT IN SELF-PROCESSES: Rationale, Evidence, Dissenters, and Applications - 219
  • CHAPTER 9 FROM THE DARK SIDE TO THE LIGHT: Self-focused Attention and Personality - 235
  • CHAPTER 10 PHENOMENOLOGY OF MYSTICAL EXPERIENCE DURING ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT IN ROMAN CATHOLICS - 265
  • INDEX - 307
  • ABOUT THE EDITORS - 313
  • CONTRIBUTORS - 315
ALEXSANDRO MEDEIROS DO NASCIMENTO (Org.)

Lecturer of the Graduate Program in Cognitive Psychology, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil. PhD in Cognitive Psychology from the Federal University of Pernambuco, obtained in 2008 under the supervision of Prof. Antonio Roazzi. He also completed his post-graduate studies at the same university in the Graduate Program in Cognitive Psychology (2009-2010). He has developed a theoretical framework in Self-Awareness studies – the Phenomenal Self-Awareness Theory – and a methodological approach to the study of self-conscious states – the Phenomenological-Cognitive of Self-Conscious States Interview (EFEA). In 2011, he founded and is the current Coordinator of the Laboratory for Studies of Self-Awareness, Consciousness, High-Order Cognition and Self (LACCOS), at the Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil. He works mainly on research into the following topics: Self-awareness; Consciousness; Altered States of Consciousness, Self and Reality; Construction of phenomenal tools in 1st person in the research of phenomenal consciousness; Quantitative Phenomenology; Self, Mysticism and Anomalous Cognition; Psychoactives, psychedelia/psychonautism and entheogens (Ayahuasca, Jurema, Mushrooms); Cognitive studies of Death and Religion; Mental Representation and Mental Images; Epistemology of Psychology; Dialogue Religion versus Science in contemporary times; Self, Health, Sexuality and Cognition; Corporeality and Cognition, with an emphasis on Eating Disorders, Morbid Obesity and Bariatric Surgery from a cognitive perspective.

ANTONIO ROAZZI (Org.)

(D.Phil Oxon) Full Professor of the Graduate Program in Cognitive Psychology, Federal University of Pernambuco. Doctor (D. Phil.) in Psychology of Cognitive Development by the University of Oxford, obtained in 1988 under the guidance of Prof. Peter E. Bryant (supervisor) and Prof. Donald Broadbent (Adviser). He also holds a degree in “Dottore” in Applied Psychology from the Universitá degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza.” He has been a visiting professor at the University of London, University of Oxford, Istituto di Scienze and Tecnologie della Cognizione, ISTC (Rome, Italy), and Universitá degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”. He was a member of CAPES, ENEM, and FACEPE Evaluation Committees. His research interests have been based on Facet Theory and its multidimensional approaches to explore methods and techniques of knowledge production that allow them to generate valuable knowledge for the prediction and/or control of complex phenomena. Lately, he has been working mainly on the following topics: self-awareness and expanded states of consciousness, attachment, mental logic, nudging and decision-making, theory of mind, risk perception, urban violence, and the environmental component, highlighting the cognitive, social, and imagery processes of its inhabitants, among others.


ALAIN MORIN

Doctorate, Université Laval (1986-1992)
Department of Psychology, Mount Royal University, Calgary, AB, Canada

ALEXANDRA MARQUES PINTO

Centre for Research in Psychological Science, Faculty of Psychology, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal

ALEXSANDRO MEDEIROS DO NASCIMENTO

PhD in Cognitive Psychology

Department of Psychology – Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil
Coordinator of the Laboratory of Studies of Self-Awareness, Consciousness, High Order Cognition and Self (LACCOS / UFPE)

ANA MARIA ROCHA

Catholic University of Angola, Luanda, Angola

ANDRÉ OLIVEIRA DE ASSIS NÚÑEZ

Brazilian Army
PhD student in the Graduate Program in Cognitive Psychology – Department of Psychology – Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil

ANTONIO ROAZZI

D.Phil Oxon, Department of Psychology – Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil

CALVIN PETRUCELLI

Undergraduate student (Psychology)
Department of Psychology, Indiana University South Bend, South Bend, IN, USA

CLÉSSIA FERNANDES DE BRITO SANTIAGO

Federal University of Paraíba
PhD student in Business Administration at Federal University of Paraíba

FAMIRA RACY

Independent Researcher, MA Psychology, Calgary, Canada

KEVIN ASSIS

Undergraduate student (Psychology)
Department of Psychology, Indiana University South Bend, South Bend, IN, USA

KEVIN L. LADD

PhD (Psychology)
Department of Psychology, Indiana University South Bend, South Bend, IN, USA
Editor-in-Chief, Archive for the Psychology of Religion
Former president of APA Division 36

LAMARTINE JOAQUIM DA SILVA FILHO

Undergraduate student of the Psychology Course – Department of Psychology – Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil

LUCAS NONATO SOUZA E SILVA

Master in Cognitive Psychology
Member of the Laboratory of Studies of Self-Awareness, Consciousness, High Order Cognition and Self (LACCOS / UFPE)

LUIZ GUILHERME DE OLIVEIRA LEAL

Master’s student in the Graduate Program in Cognitive Psychology – Department of Psychology – Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil

MANUEL A. DALA

Interdisciplinary Centre for Studies and Research, Faculty of Human Sciences, Catholic University of Angola

MARIJAINE RODRIGUES DE LIMA FREIRE

PhD in Cognitive Psychology
Member of the Laboratory of Studies of Self-Awareness, Consciousness, High Order Cognition and Self (LACCOS / UFPE)

RODRIGO OLIVEIRA DAMASCENO

PhD in Cognitive Psychology
Docente at Faculdade Irecê (FAI), Irecê, Brazil
Member of the Laboratory of Studies of Self-Awareness, Consciousness, High Order Cognition and Self (LACCOS / UFPE)

SABRINA ARAÚJO FEITOZA FERNANDES ROCHA

PhD in Cognitive Psychology
Lecturer at Centro Universitário Estácio do Recife, Recife, Brazil
Member of the Laboratory of Studies of Self-Awareness, Consciousness, High Order Cognition and Self (LACCOS / UFPE)

VANESSA BEZERRA CORNÉLIO MARTINS

Master in Cognitive Psychology
Member of the Laboratory of Studies of Self-Awareness, Consciousness, High Order Cognition and Self (LACCOS / UFPE)

VERÔNICA BARROS DE FONTE SILVA

Master in Cognitive Psychology
Member of the Laboratory of Studies of Self-Awareness, Consciousness, High Order Cognition and Self (LACCOS / UFPE)

WILHELM WACHHOLZ

PhD in Theology, History and Theology, PPG-EST (2000)
Professor and Dean of Faculdades EST, São Leopoldo, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil