Interpersonal Expectations: Theory, Research and Applications
BeschreibungBrings together critical analysis of the phenomenon called interpersonal expectation a sub-area of social psychology that studies how the expectation of one person affects the behavior of another.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface Peter David Blanck; 1. General introduction: interpersonal expectations: some antecedents and some consequences Robert Rosenthal; 2. Systematic errors to be expected of the social scientist on the basis of a general psychology of cognitive bias Donald T. Campbell; Part I. Research on Interpersonal Expectations John M. Darley, Kathryn C. Oleson, Peter David Blanck, Marylee Taylor, Elisha Babad, Dov Eden, Howard S. Friedman, Miron Zuckerman, Holley Hodgins, Kunitate Miyake and Harris Cooper; Part II. Research on the Mediation of Interpersonal Expectations through Nonverbal Behavior Ross Buck, Dane Archer, Robin Akert, Mark Costanzo, Bella M. PePaulo, Judy Hall, Nancy Briton, M. Robin Di Matteo and Klaus Scherer; Part III. The Study of Interpersonal Expectations Dane Archer, Monica J. Harris, Frank J. Bernieri, Don B. Rubin, Ralph L. Rosnow, Mary Amanda Dew and Marylee Taylor.
Pressestimmen"An excellent resource for those interested in the phenomenon of interpersonal expectations...Ideas explored include an interest in the accuracy of perceptions of nonverbal behaviors, gender differences in nonverbal behaviors and expectations in the physician-patient relationship." C.L. Kleinke, Choice "In this volume, dedicated to Rosenthal, readers will enjoy some rare and wonderful historical perspectives of this line of research as well as examine a representative cross-section of the current work in the area. The collection of well-organized and well-edited chapters is a necessary addition to the library of the serious social interaction scholar and should also be enjoyed by graduate student and advanced undergraduate student audiences...This volume does a superior job of bringing together theory, research, and applications of Rosenthal's initial work on interpersonal expectations. The first such systematic effort of its kind, the high quality and broad scope of the work, as well as the prominence of the contributors to the volume attest to the significant contributions Rosenthal has made to the field." John T. Copeland and Diana J. Kyle, Contemporary Psychology
Untertitel: 'Studies in Emotion and Social'. New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: September 1993
Seitenanzahl: 524 Seiten