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European Review of Social Psychology, Volume 10. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 5225758
  • Book
  • December 1999
  • Region: Europe
  • 336 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
The European Review of Social Psychology is an annual series thatreflects the dynamism of social psychology in Europe and theattention now paid to European ideas and research.

Although open to authors from all nations, one of its majorpurposes is to further the international exchange of ideas byproviding an outlet for substantial accounts of theoretical andempirical work that has not been previously published in English.With the help of an editorial board consisting of senior scholarsfrom various European countries and the USA, the editors inviteoutstanding researchers to contribute to these volumes. Theemphasis of these contributions is on critical assessment of majorareas of research and of substantial individual programmes ofresearch as well as on topics and initiatives of contemporaryinterest and originality

The authors of this tenth volume are drawn form Europe and theUnited States, and represent the international scope and qualitywhich are hallmarks of this series.
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Explaining Asymmetric Intergroup Judgments through DifferentialAggregation: Computer Simulations and Some New Evidence (K.Fiedler, et al.).

Perceived Group Variability in Intergroup Relations: TheDistinctive Role of Social Identity (B. Doosje, et al.).

Cognition, Affect and the Prediction of Social Attitudes (G.Haddock & M. Zanna).

Habit, Attitude, and Planned Behaviour: Is Habit an Empty Constructor an Interesting Case of Goal-directed Automaticity? (B.Verplanken & H. Aarts).

Comparing Is Believing: A Selective Accessibility Model ofJudgmental Anchoring (T. Mussweiler & F. Strack).

Cancellation and Focus: A Feature-matching Model of Choice (S.Sherman, et al.).

Confirmation and Disconfirmation: Their Social Advantages (J.-P.Leyens, et al.).

Cooperation and Competition as Partners (E. Van de Vliert).

Reciprocity in Interpersonal Relationships: An EvolutionaryPerspective on Its Importance for Health and Well-being (B. Buunk& W. Schaufeli).


Contents of Previous Volumes.
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Wolfgang Stroebe Utrecht University, The Netherlands.

Miles Hewstone Oxford University, UK.
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