Some Answers from Research on Attitudes, Gender Stereotypes, and Judgments of Competence (A. Eagly & A. Mladinic).
The ``Black Sheep Effect'': Social Categorization, Rejection of Ingroup Deviates, and Perception of Group Variability (J. Marques & D. Paez).
Revision and Change of Stereotypic Beliefs: In Search of the Elusive Subtyping Model (M. Hewstone).
Trait Inferences, Impression Formation, and Person Memory: Strategies in Processing Inconsistent Information About Persons (R. Vonk).
The Functional Value of Realistic Attributions (F. Forsterling).
Subjective Assessments and Evaluations of Change: Some Lessons from Social Cognition Research (N. Schwarz, et al.).
Social Comparison Processes Under Stress: Towards an Integration of Classic and Recent Perspectives (B. Buunk).
Expectation States Theory and the Motivational Determinants of Social Influence (D. de Gilder & H. Wilke).
Why Groups Are Less Effective than Their Members: On Productivity Loss in Idea-Generating Groups (W. Stroebe & M. Diehl).
Group Socialization: Theory and Research (J. Levine & R. Moreland).
Contents of Previous Volumes.