The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations

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Psychology Press, May 13, 2013 - Psychology - 336 pages
Published in the year 1982, The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations is a valuable contribution to the field of Social Psychology.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
1
CHAPTER 2 PERCEIVING THE OTHER PERSON
20
CHAPTER 3 THE OTHER PERSON AS PERCEIVER
59
CHAPTER 4 THE NAIVE ANALYSIS OF ACTION
79
CHAPTER 5 DESIRE AND PLEASURE
125
CHAPTER 6 ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS
164
CHAPTER 7 SENTIMENT
174
CHAPTER 8 OUGHT AND VALUE
218
CHAPTER 10 BENEFIT AND HARM
252
CHAPTER 11 REACTION TO THE LOT OF THE OTHER PERSON
277
CHAPTER 12 CONCLUSION
295
A NOTATION FOR REPRESENTING INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS
299
BIBLIOGRAPHY
302
AUTHOR INDEX
311
SUBJECT INDEX
317
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CHAPTER 9 REQUEST AND COMMAND
244

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