Interpersonal Verbs and Interpersonal Behavior
Group Effectiveness Research Laboratory, Department of Psychology, University of Illinois, 1968 - Interpersonal relations - 193 pages
The report provides a summary of the research to date on the semantics of interpersonal verbs and the applications of the information obtained to cross-cultural studies of interpersonal norms and behaviors. A theory of interpersonal perception and behavior in relation to the meanings of interpersonal verbs in the language is presented. (Author).
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