Handbook of Personal Relationships: Theory, Research and Interventions
John Wiley & Sons, May 25, 1988 - Psychology - 702 pages
The first comprehensive handbook of research in personal relationships, a field that has grown exponentially in the past ten years. Written by leading experts, this multidisciplinary treatment covers the most current research, methodology, and theory on both traditional and newly developing topics, including persuasion in personal relationships, the progress of courtship, the ways in which nonverbal communication influences relationships, and interactions between strangers.
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Rules Scripts and Prototypes in Personal Relationships
Functions of Nonverbal Behavior in Close Relationships
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