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001: Recent Advances in Social Psychology

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001: Recent Advances in Social Psychology

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1850 kb

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1420 kb

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3.9

ISBN10:

0444885196

ISBN13:

978-0444885197

Publisher:

Elsevier Science Ltd (December 1, 1989)

Language:

English

Subcategory:

Social Sciences

001: Recent Advances in Social Psychology
The field of social psychology was one of the largest broad disciplinary areas represented at the Congress, and the papers selected for this volume give a fresh and exciting overview of the current state of the discipline. The volume aims to present a well-integrated and balanced survey of contemporary social psychology that may be read as a book in its own right or used as an up-to-date work of reference. This volume surveys the most recent developments in social psychology with over fifty papers by outstanding researchers from all over the world. The major research areas covered include attitudes, values and beliefs, attribution research, social cognition, emotion and affect, social perception, judgment and decisions, interpersonal behaviour and communication, groups, leadership, social influence processes, the self, personality and social adaptation, socialisation and cross-cultural psychology. The volume contains both empirical and theoretical papers and is aimed at students and researchers in social psychology and in neighbouring disciplines, such as cross-cultural, cognitive, developmental, personality and clinical psychology, social work and sociology.

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