European Review of Social Psychology: Volume 16

European Review of Social Psychology: Volume 16

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First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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  • Paperback | 1 pages
  • 159 x 235mm
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138883298
  • 9781138883291

Table of contents

T. Postmes, S.A. Haslam, R.I. Swaab, Social Influence in Small Groups: An Interactive Model of Social Identity Formation. R. Prislin, P.N. Christensen, Social Change in the Aftermath of Successful Minority Influence. M. Leary, Sociometer Theory and the Pursuit of Relational Value: Getting to the Root of Self-Esteem. M.J. Monteith, A.Y. Mark, Changing One's Prejudiced Ways: Awareness, Affect and Self-Regulation. B. Wojciszke, Morality and Competence in Person- and Self-Perception. S.R. Levy, T.L. West, L. Ramirez, Lay Theories and Intergroup Relations: A Social-Developmental Perspective. E. Castano, M. Dechesne, On Defeating Death: Group Reification and Social Identification as Immortality Strategies. R. Custers, H. Aarts, Beyond Priming Effects: The Role of Positive Affect and Discrepancies in Implicit Processes of Motivation and Goal Pursuit. M. Hornsey, Why Being Right Is Not Enough: Predicting Defensiveness in the Face of Group Criticism. W. Hofmann, T. Gschwendner, B.A. Nosek, M. Schmitt, What Moderates Implicit-Explicit Consistency?
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