Table of contents : Acknowledgements. Contributors. D. Abrams, M.A. Hogg, J.M. Marques, A Social Psychological Framework for Understanding Social Inclusion and Exclusion. Part 1: Individual Inclusion and Exclusion. J.M. Twenge, R.F. Baumeister, Social Exclusion Increases Aggression and Self-defeating Behavior while Reducing Intelligent Thought and Prosocial Behavior. K.D. Williams, C.L. Govan, Reacting to Ostracism: Retaliation or Reconciliation? B. Major, C.P. Eccleston, Stigma and Social Exclusion. C.L. Pickett, M.B. Brewer, The Role of Exclusion in Maintaining Ingroup Inclusion. T. McGlaughlin-Volpe, A. Aron, S.C. Wright, G.W. Lewandowski Jr., Exclusion of the Self by Close Others and by Groups: Implications of the Self-Expansion Model. Part 2: Group Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion. J.M. Levine, R.L. Moreland, L.R. M. Hausmann, Managing Group Composition: Inclusive and Exclusive Role Transitions. D. Abrams, G. Randsley de Moura, P. Hutchison, G. Tendayi Viki, When Bad Becomes Good (and Vice Versa): Why Social Exclusion Is Not Based on Difference. M.A. Hogg, K.S. Fielding, J. Darley, Fringe Dwellers: Processes of Deviance and Marginalization in Groups. N. Emler, S. Reicher, Delinquency: Cause or consequence of social exclusion? Part 3: Intergroup Inclusion and Exclusion. J.F. Dovidio, S.L. Gaertner, G. Hodson, M.A. Houlette, K.M. Johnson, Social Inclusion and Exclusion: Recategorization and the Perception of Intergroup Boundaries. M. Hewstone, E. Cairns, A. Voci, S. Paolini, F. McLernon, R.J. Crisp, U. Niens, J. Craig, Intergroup Contact in a Divided Society: Challenging Segregation in Northern Ireland. D.R. Rice, B. Mullen, Cognitive Representations and Exclusion of Immigrants: Why Red-Nosed Reindeer Don't Play Games. V.M. Esses, J.F. Dovidio, A. Semenya, L. M. Jackson, Attitudes toward Immigrants and Immigration: The Role of National and International Identity. Author Index. Subject Index.