Table of contents for Issues in contemporary German social psychology : history, theories and application / edited by Gun R. Semin and Barbara Krahe.


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Preface - R Wicklund
Introduction - G R Semin and B Krah[ac]e
PART ONE: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
History as Multiple Reconstruction - C F Graumann
Of Mainstreams Tributaries, and Undercurrents
A Historical Perspective on Social Psychological Theories - H E L[um]uck
PART TWO: INTERPERSONAL AND GROUP PROCESSES
Opponents in Aggressive Conflicts - A Mummendey
Divergent Interpretations and Evaluations of Interaction Sequences
Towards Differential Social Psychology - H Brandst[um]atter
Individual Differences in Responding to an Aggressive Discussant
Exploring the Experience of Injustice - G Mikula
Accounts of Men and Women for Failure Events - P Sch[um]onbach
Applications on Account-Phase Taxonomy
Actions of Social Systems - M v Cranach, G Ochsenbein and F Tschan
Theoretical and Empirical Investigations
PART THREE: COGNITIVE APPROACHES
Attitude Theory and Measurement - H Feger
Attitudes and Behaviour - A Upmeyer, H G Roth and A A Shah
A Biased Matching Theory
Schemata for Requests - R Mangold and T Herrmann
Cognitive Bases of Situation Processing and Behaviour Setting Participation - G Kaminski
PART FOUR: APPLIED PERSPECTIVES
The Relevance of Psychological Factors in the Convalescence of Accident Patients - D Frey and O Rogner
Bereavement as a Stressful Life Event - W Stroebe and M Stroebe
A Paradigm for Research on the Stress-Health Relationship?



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Social psychology -- Germany (West)