Issues in contemporary German social psychology: history, theories and application

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Sage Publications, 1987 - Psychology - 281 pages
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Until now language barriers have prevented the well established and prolific social psychology of German-speaking countries from being easily accessible to the Anglo-American scholar. Covering the breadth of contemporary study, this unique volume presents original work by German-speaking social psychologists who have been prominently involved in the establishment and development of their field in the post-war period. These exceptional contributions, most of which appear in English for the first time, arise from an intellectual tradition different in part from that underlying most Anglo-American social psychology.

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HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIAL
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A historical perspective on social psychological theories
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INTERPERSONAL AND GROUP PROCESSES
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