Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, Volume 25
Mark P. Zanna
Elsevier, 1992 - Psychology - 397 pages
This volume offers essays on advances in the field of experimental social psychology. Among the topics discussed are universals in the structure and content in values and the social psychology of Stanley Milgram.
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Theoretical Advances and Empirical Tests in 20 Countries
Chapter 2 Motivational Foundations of Behavioral Confirmation
Chapter 3 A Relational Model of Authority in Groups
Problems in the Suppression of Unwanted Thoughts
A Multiprocess Model
analysis associated attitudes attributes authority behavioral confirmation beliefs Bower concerns conflict correlations cultures decision control decision-making distributive justice emotional empirical evaluations evidence example expectations Experimental Social Psychology factors Forgas functional analysis functions fundamental attribution error goal hedonism heuristic Hyperaccessibility hypotheses important individual influence interpersonal Isen Journal of Personality legitimacy Lind Milgram mood effects motivational types multiprocess norms obedience experiments one's outcome favorability perceivers and targets perception Personality and Social political positive predictions procedural fairness procedural justice judgments process control processing strategies region relationships relevant response role samples Schwarz serve situations Snyder social cognition social exchange theories social interaction social judgments Social Psychology specific spirituality Stanley Milgram stereotypes studies substantive processing suggest suppress thoughts Tetlock theory Thibaut thought suppression tion Tyler types of values typically University unwanted thought value priorities value structure value types variables Wegner York Zanna