Publication Year: 2001
Authors/Editor: Fletcher, Garth; Clark, Margaret
This authoritative handbook provides a cutting-edge overview of classic and current research as well as an assessment of future trends in the field of interpersonal processes.
Topics covered in this handbook include social cognition in interpersonal settings, social motivation, affect and emotion, social influence and comparison, the self, methods and data-analysis, and applications of the field to real-world issues and domains.
Twenty-two specially commissioned chapters offer unparalleled coverage of the whole field of interpersonal processes. A carefully chosen team of authors from around the world ensures a truly international perspective. Fully referenced chapters include bibliographies for easy access to further study. This handbook is essential reading for upper-level students looking for succinct overviews and for researchers seeking an authoritative definition of the field which also indicates likely future trends.
Blackwell Handbook of Social Psychology: Interpersonal Processes