The Body and Social Psychology

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Springer-Verlag, 1991 - Medical - 213 pages
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The Body and Social Psychology provides a critical overviewof the relationship between social psychology and theproblem of the body. The wider implications of bringing thebody out of the conceptual shadows and into the center ofsocial psychological discussions are presented in a way thatmakes this book essential reading for students of socialpsychology, health psychology and related fields.

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