Self, situations, and social behavior

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Sage Publications, 1985 - Psychology - 311 pages
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The sixth volume of the this annual review is concerned with the relationship between personality and social behaviour. It looks, in particular, at ways in which the self and situational forces interact to produce emotions and social outcomes; the forms and reliability of self-knowledge; and such diverse outcomes of person-situation interactions as life choices, altruistic behaviour, health, and perceptions and evaluations of others.

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The Cognitive Basis
A Trait Account of Social Shyness

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