Bibliographical Resources

The materials below represent recent publications which approach the dialogical self as a primary or important focus. This bibliography does not include the works of Hubert J. M. Hermans as author since these are already detailed in comprehensive fashion in the Narrative Psychology guide. Browsers who note omissions from this listing are invited to contact the site editor to suggest additional resources.

1990-1999

Richardson, F. C., Rogers, A., & McCarroll, J. (1998). Toward a dialogical self. American Behavioral Scientist, 41(4), 496-515.

Rowan, J., & Cooper, M. (Eds.). (1999).
The plural self: Multiplicity in everyday life. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Segal, S. R. (1996). Metaphors of agency and mechanism in dissociation.
Dissociation: Progress in the Dissociative Disorders, 9(3), 154-159.

Tappan, M. B. (1997). Analyzing stories of moral experience: Narrative, voice, and the dialogical self.
Journal of Narrative & Life History, 7(1-4), 379-386.

2000-2004

Adams, G., & Markus, H. R. (2001). Culture as patterns: An alternative approach to the problem of reification. Culture & Psychology, 7(3), 283-296

Angus, L., & McLeod, J. (2004). Self-multiplicity and narrative expression in psychotherapy. In H. J. M. Hermans, & C. Dimaggio (Eds.),
The dialogical self in psychotherapy (pp. 77-90). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Annese, S. (2004). Mediated identity in the parasocial interaction of TV.
Identity: An International Journal of Theory and Research, 4(4), 371-388.

Barresi, J. (2002). From 'the thought is the thinker' to 'the voice is the speaker': William James and the dialogical self.
Theory & Psychology, 12(2), 237-250

Beebe, J. (2002). An archetypal model of the self in dialogue.
Theory & Psychology, 12(2), 267-280

Bertau, M.-C. (2004). Developmental origins of the dialogical self: Some significant moments. In H. J. M. Hermans, & C. Dimaggio (Eds.),
The dialogical self in psychotherapy (pp. 29-42). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Bhatia, S., & Ram, A. (2001). Locating the dialogical self in the age of transnational migrations, border crossings and diasporas.
Culture & Psychology, 7(3), 297-309

Bromberg, P. M. (2004). Standing in the spaces: The multiplicity of self and the psychoanalytic relationship. In H. J. M. Hermans, & C. Dimaggio (Eds.),
The dialogical self in psychotherapy (pp. 138-151). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Chaudhary, N., & Sriram, S. (2001). Dialogues of the self.
Culture & Psychology, 7(3), 379-392

Cooper, M. (2003). "I-I" and "I-Me": Transposing Buber's interpersonal attitudes to the intrapersonal plane.
Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 16(2),131-154.

Cooper, M. (2004). Encountering self-otherness: 'I-I' and 'I-Me' modes of self-relating. In H. J. M. Hermans, & C. Dimaggio (Eds.),
The dialogical self in psychotherapy (pp. 60-73). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Cortini, M., Mininni, G., & Manuti, A. (2004). The diatextual contstruction of the self in short message systems.
Identity: An International Journal of Theory and Research, 4(4), 355-370.

Dimaggio, G., Salvatore, G., & Catania, D. (2004). Strategies for the treatment of dialogical dysfunctions. In H. J. M. Hermans, & C. Dimaggio (Eds.),
The dialogical self in psychotherapy (pp. 190-204). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Dimaggio, G. Salvatore, G., Azzara, C., & Catania, D. (2003). Rewriting self-narratives: The therapeutic process.
Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 16(2), 155-182.

Fogel, A., de Koeyer, I., Bellagamba, F., & Bell, H. (2002). The dialogical self in the first two years of life: Embarking on a journey of discovery.
Theory & Psychology, 12(2), 191-205. [pdf version]

Goncalves, M. M., & Salgado, J. (2001). Mapping the multiplicity of the self.
Culture & Psychology, 7(3), 367-377.

Hevern, V. W. (2004). Threaded identity in cyberspace: Weblogs and positioning in the dialogical self.
Identity: An International Journal of Theory and Research, 4(4), 321-335.

Josephs, I. E. (2002). 'The Hopi in me': The construction of a voice in the dialogical self from a cultural psychological perspective.
Theory & Psychology, 12(2), 161-173

Leiman, M. (2002). Toward semiotic dialogism: The role of sign mediation in the dialogical self.
Theory & Psychology, 12(2), 221-235.

Leiman, M. (2004). Dialogical sequence analysis. In H. J. M. Hermans, & C. Dimaggio (Eds.),
The dialogical self in psychotherapy (pp. 255-269). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Lewis, M. D. (2002). The dialogical brain: Contributions of emotional neurobiology to understanding the dialogical self.
Theory & Psychology, 12(2), 175-190.

Lewis, M. D., & Todd, R. (2004). Toward a neuropspychological model of internal dialogue: Implications for theory and clinical practice. In H. J. M. Hermans, & C. Dimaggio (Eds.),
The dialogical self in psychotherapy (pp. 43-59). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Ligorio, M. B., & Pugliese, A. C. (2004). Self-positioning in a text-based virtual environment.
Identity: An International Journal of Theory and Research, 4(4), 337-353.

Lysaker, P. H., & Lysaker, J. T. (2001, March). Psychosis and the disintegration of dialogical self-structure: Problems posed by schizophrenia for the maintenance of dialogue.
British Journal of Medical Psychology, 74(Pt1), 23-33.

Lysaker, P. H., & Lysaker, J. T. (2002). Narrative structure in psychosis: Schizophrenia and disruptions in the dialogical self.
Theory & Psychology, 12(2), 207-220.

Lysaker, P. H., Lysaker, J. T., & Lysaker, J. T. (2001). Schizophrenia and the collapse of the dialogical self: Recovery, narrative and psychotherapy.
Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 38(3), 252-261.

Lysaker, P. H., & Lysaker, J. T. (2004). Dialogical transformation in the psychotherapy of schizophrenia. In H. J. M. Hermans, & C. Dimaggio (Eds.),
The dialogical self in psychotherapy (pp. 205-219). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Markova, I. (2003). Constitution of the self: Intersubjectivity and dialogicality.
Culture & Psychology, 9(3), 249-259.

Neimeyer, R. A., & Buchanan-Arvay, M. (2004). Performing the self: Therapeutic enactment and the narrative integration of traumatic loss. In H. J. M. Hermans, & C. Dimaggio (Eds.),
The dialogical self in psychotherapy (pp. 173-189). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Osatuke, K., Gray, M. A., Glick, M. J., Stiles, W. B., & Barkham, M. (2004). Hearing voices: Methodological issues in measuring internal multiplicity. In H. J. M. Hermans, & C. Dimaggio (Eds.),
The dialogical self in psychotherapy (pp. 237-254). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Raggat, P. (2002). The landscape of narrative and the dialogical self: Exploring identity with the Personality Web Protocol.
Narrative Inquiry, 12(2), 291-318.

Raggatt, P. T. F. (2000). Mapping the dialogical self: Towards a rationale and method of assessment.
European Journal of Personality, 14(1) 65-90.

Ringel, S. (2002). Spontaneous moments and the domain of non-verbal communication.
Psychoanalytic Social Work, 9(1), 45-56.

Roland, A. (2001). Another voice and position: Psychoanalysis across civilizations.
Culture & Psychology, 7(3), 311-321

Semerari, A., Carcione, A., Dimaggio, G., Nicolò, G., & Procacci, M. (2004). A dialogical approach to patients with personality disorders. In H. J. M. Hermans, & C. Dimaggio (Eds.),
The dialogical self in psychotherapy (pp. 220-234). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Stiles, W. B., Osatuke, K., Glick, M. J., & Mackay, H. C. (2004). Encounters between internal voices generate emotion: An elaboration of the assimilation model. In H. J. M. Hermans, & C. Dimaggio (Eds.),
The dialogical self in psychotherapy (pp. 91-107). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Valsiner, J. (2002). Forms of dialogical relations and semiotic autoregulation within the self.
Theory & Psychology, 12(2), 251-265

van Halen, C., & Janssen, J. (2004). The usage of space in dialogical self-construction: From Dante to cyberspace. I
dentity: An International Journal of Theory and Research, 4(4), 389-405.

Verhofstadt-Denève, L. M. F. (2003). The psychodramatical "social atom method": Dialogical self in dialectical action.
Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 16(2), 183-212

Verhofstadt-Denève, L. M. F., Dillen, L., Helskens, D., & Siongers, M. (2004). The psychodramatic 'social atom method' with children: A developing dialogical self in dialectic action. In H. J. M. Hermans, & C. Dimaggio (Eds.),
The dialogical self in psychotherapy (pp. 152-170). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Whelton, W. J., & Greenberg, L. S. (2004). From discord to dialogue: Internal voices and the reorganization of the self in process-experiential therapy. In H. J. M. Hermans, & C. Dimaggio (Eds.),
The dialogical self in psychotherapy (pp. 108-123). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Yau-fai Ho, D., Chan, S. F., Peng, S., & Ng, A. K. (2001). The dialogical self: Converging east-west constructions.
Culture & Psychology, 7(3), 393-408

Yau-fai Ho, D., Chan, S. F., Peng, S., & Ng, A. K. (2002). "The dialogic self: Converging East-West constructions": Erratum.
Culture & Psychology, 8(1), 2

2005-2008

Bertau, M.-C. (2008). Voice as materialistic principle. Integrative Psychological & Behavioral Science, 42(1), 121-127.

Dimaggio, G. (2006). Changing the dialogue between self voices during psychotherapy.
Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 16(3), 313-345.

Ferreira, T., Salgado, J., & Cunha, C. (2006). Ambiguity and the dialogical self: In search for a dialogical psychology.
Estudios de Psicología, 27(1), 19-32.

Gillespie, A., Cornish, F., Aveling, E.-L., & Zittoun, T. (2008). Conflicting community commitments: A dialogical analysis of a British woman’s World War II diaries.
Journal of Community Psychology, 36(1), 35-53.

Iborra, A. (2005). Beyond identity and ideology: Processes of transcendence associated with the experience of conversion.
Culture & Psychology, 11(1), 89-100.

Kullasepp, K. (2007). Affective guidance of sexual identity construction: The intra-psychological level in the service of culture. I
ntegrative Psychological & Behavioral Science, 41(3-4), 272-284.

Ligorio, M. B. (2005). Apprendimento come strumento dialogico per lo sviluppo di identità [Learning as dialogical means for identity and community development].
Ricerche di Psicologia, 28(3), 65-95.

Valsiner, J. (2008). Consciousness as a process: From the loneliness of William James to the buzzing and booming voices of contemporary science.
Integrative Psychological & Behavioral Science, 42(1), 1-5.




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