An international collection of cutting edge ideas in social psychology
European Review of Social Psychology, Volume 4 is part of an annual series designed to provide an outlet for theoretical and empirical work in the interest of furthering international exchange of ideas. Emphasizing the critical assessment of major areas of research and individual programs while exploring topics of contemporary interest and originality. In an attempt to reflect the dynamism of social psychology in Europe, this series publishes work from all nations, and many of these papers have never before been published in English.
The Influence of Socio–Structural Variables on Identity Management Strategies (N. Ellemers).
Group Identification, Intergroup Perceptions and Collective Action (C. Kelly).
Group Cohesiveness: A Critical Review and Some New Directions (M. Hogg).
Self–Enhancement and Superiority Biases in Social Comparison (V. Hoorens).
Goal Achievement: The Role of Intentions (P. Gollwitzer).
Deviance in Primary Groups: The Social Negotiation of Personal Change (A. Nadler).
On the Experience of Injustice (G. Mikula).
Contents of Previous Volumes.