Review of Personality and Social Psychology

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SAGE Publications, Sep 1, 1980 - Psychology - 352 pages
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The first volume of the Review of Personality and Social Psychology focusses on the frontiers of theory and method in personality and social psychology. The international contributors summarize and integrate established areas, and explore those emerging topics which have a sufficient base of theoretical and empirical work.

'Compared with reviews of more traditional topics, the present contributions are not so heavily weighted with research findings, which makes for a more fluent style and greater scope for speculative comment.' -- Personality & Individual Differences, Vol 4 1983

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Editors Introduction
Studies in Adult Male Behavior
Sociobiology as a Supplementary Paradigm

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