Interpersonal Expectations: Theory, Research and Applicationsby Peter David Blanck
Pub. Date: 09/24/1993
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The phenomenon called interpersonal expectations is explored in this study in applied settings--e.g. in the courtroom, classroom and operating room--as well as basic research settings involving studies of the nonverbal mediation of expectancy effects.
Table of Contents
Preface Peter David Blanck; 1. General introduction: interpersonal expectations: some antecedents and some consequences Robert Rosenthal; 2. Systematic errors to be expected of the social scientist on the basis of a general psychology of cognitive bias Donald T. Campbell; Part I. Research on Interpersonal Expectations John M. Darley, Kathryn C. Oleson, Peter David Blanck, Marylee Taylor, Elisha Babad, Dov Eden, Howard S. Friedman, Miron Zuckerman, Holley Hodgins, Kunitate Miyake and Harris Cooper; Part II. Research on the Mediation of Interpersonal Expectations through Nonverbal Behavior Ross Buck, Dane Archer, Robin Akert, Mark Costanzo, Bella M. PePaulo, Judy Hall, Nancy Briton, M. Robin Di Matteo and Klaus Scherer; Part III. The Study of Interpersonal Expectations Dane Archer, Monica J. Harris, Frank J. Bernieri, Don B. Rubin, Ralph L. Rosnow, Mary Amanda Dew and Marylee Taylor.
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