Interpersonal Processes: The Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology
Interpersonal Processes presents a wide range of new and existing research on this important field of applied social psychology. Gaining an understanding of the interaction between people in their homes, workplaces and leisure pursuits is not only of importance to social psychologists. The contributors, all well-known researchers, explain the reasons for their specialist topics as well as illustrate the application of these ideas. The main themes and issues in the study of interpersonal processes are outlined by the editors. They discuss both the theories and their possible applications.
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