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New research on social perception

Author: John A Zebrowski; et al
Publisher: New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The contemporary concept of social perception is considered to be an umbrella term that includes various other traditional and related phenomena such as person perception, impression and attitude  Read more...

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Genre/Form: études diverses
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John A Zebrowski; et al
ISBN: 1600213774 9781600213779
OCLC Number: 493458142
Description: 1 v. (X-243 p.) : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Children's perceptions of social groups / Drew Nesdale --
Social information processing in preschool children: preliminary evidence regarding a promising new assessment tool / Yair Ziv --
Characteristics of victims of bullying: implications for research / Tanya N. Beran --
Perceptions of dangerous situations and victimization of women with and without impairments / Patricia P. Hughes, David Marshall and Claudine Sherrill --
Visual stereotypes in an eyewitness context / Janet Pozzulo and Murray Weeks --
Social perception and the social class-mental illness relationship: new research or beating a dead horse? / Jon E. Roeckelein --
Cognitive factors in the prediction of liking social groups: prototypes, predictability and familiarity / James B. Worthen, Susan Coats, and Richard P. McGlynn, et al --
The interaction between perceived attractiveness and implicit theories on people's inferences about long-term relatoinships / Scott F. Madey, Kristy Kappen and Jamie D. Hocker --
The effects of cognitive complexity and communication apprehension on the expression and recognition of sarcasm / Patricia Rockwell --
Occupational prestige perceptions of nursing and physiotherapy: an international survey / Patricia A. Turner and T.W. Allan Whitfield.
Other Titles: Children's perceptions of social groups / Drew Nesdale.
Social information processing in preschool children: preliminary evidence regarding a promising new assessment tool / Yair Ziv.
Characteristics of victims of bullying: implications for research / Tanya N. Beran.
Perceptions of dangerous situations and victimization of women with and without impairments / Patricia P. Hughes, David Marshall and Claudine Sherrill.
Visual stereotypes in an eyewitness context / Janet Pozzulo and Murray Weeks.
Social perception and the social class-mental illness relationship: new research or beating a dead horse? / Jon E. Roeckelein.
Cognitive factors in the prediction of liking social groups: prototypes, predictability and familiarity / James B. Worthen, Susan Coats, and Richard P. McGlynn, et al.
Interaction between perceived attractiveness and implicit theories on people's inferences about long-term relatoinships / Scott F. Madey, Kristy Kappen and Jamie D. Hocker.
Effects of cognitive complexity and communication apprehension on the expression and recognition of sarcasm / Patricia Rockwell.
Occupational prestige perceptions of nursing and physiotherapy: an international survey / Patricia A. Turner and T.W. Allan Whitfield.
Responsibility: John A. Zebrowski, editor ; [Contributors, Tanya N. Beran ... et al.].

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