This edited text is written by some of the most visible, productive scholars and instructors in each of the areas the text covers. The book was designed to capture the excitement and vitality of this ongoing, open-ended area of research.
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1: Introduction, by Abraham Tesser, University of Georgia-AthensCHAPTER 2: Methodology, by Robert Rosenthal, Harvard UniversityCHAPTER 3: Self and Identity, by Roy F. Baumeister, Case Western Reserve UniversityCHAPTER 4: Attribution and Interpersonal Perception, Daniel T. Gilbert, University of Texas-AustinCHAPTER 5: Social Cognition, Susan T. Fiske, University of Massachusetts-AmherstCHAPTER 6: Attitude Change, Richard E. Petty, Ohio State UniversityCHAPTER 7: Principles and Techniques of Social Influence, Robert B. Cialdini, Arizona State UniversityCHAPTER 8: Interpersonal Processes Influencing Attraction & Relationships, Margaret S. Clark and Sherri P. Pataki, Carnegie Mellon UniversityCHAPTER 9: Prosocial Motivation: Why Do We Help Others? C. Daniel Baston, University of KansasCHAPTER 10: Human Aggression, Tussell G. GreenCHAPTER 11: Group Processes, John M. Levine & Richard L. Moreland, University of PittsburgCHAPTER 12: Prejudice and Outgroup Perception, Patricia G. Devine, University of Wisconsin-Madison