Group Processes reflects the current vitality of this area of social psychology. The contributors both report current research and present stimulating discussions of central conceptual areas in the study of group processes. In conjunction with Volume 9 of this series, Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, it covers most of the topical areas currently generating considerable research activity. The two books are companion volumes, and will be indispensable texts for advanced courses in psychology and organizational studies.
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Majority and Minority Influence
Minority Influence and Conversion
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