Group Processes and Intergroup Relations
An analysis of terrorism from a social psychological perspective and an empirical exploration of the effects of cooperative learning teams in desegregated school settings are among the issues discussed in Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. Providing comprehensive coverage of this rapidly expanding field, this volume is a companion text to Group Processes, the previous volume in the series. The stimulating discussions both extend the current theories and research, and generate further research and the development of more effective theories by raising methodological questions. Together, Volumes 8 and 9 will prove to be indispensable texts for advanced courses in psychology and organization studies.
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The Contact Hypothesis
Theoretical Models of Intergroup Relations
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