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Weigold, M. E., 53
Tarbell, L., 155“157, 158, 181 Ureno, O., 322
Weinberg, A., 155, 186, 187, 189, 197
Tarnow, E., 255 Utne, M., 341
Weinberg, L., 155
Tarrent, M., 420
V Weiner, B., 50, 422, 423
Taylor, D., 339
Weisman, A. D., 112“113
Taylor, K. M., 220, 291 Vallortigara, G., 360
Weismann, M., 155
Taylor, L. A., 291 Van Avermaet, E., 243
Welch, E. T., 330
Taylor, R. B., 317 van Baaren, R. B., 64, 65
Wells, B. E., 168
Taylor, S. E., 43, 63, 83, 84, 91, 206, 285 van Boven, L., 198, 199
Wells, G. L., 70, 89
Taylor, S. P., 367 van den Bos, K., 302
Weltman, K., 341
Teachman, B. A., 334 Van Der Valk, I., 379
Wenzel, M., 126, 292, 293
Tec, N., 403, 428, 429, 431, 432, 433 van Kamp, S., 147, 148
West, S. G., 421
Teger, A, I., 413 Van Laar, C., 144
Westeman, K. E., 360
Telaak, K., 197 van Oost, B. A.,7
Wheatley, T. P., 64, 93
Tellegren, A., 91 Van Oudenhoven, J. P., 381
Wheeler, D., 65
Tennen, H., 46 van Rooijen, L., 243
Wheeler, L., 349
Tennov, D., 323 Vandello, J., 35
Whitcher-Algana, S., 4, 439
Terry, D., J., 191, 192, 293 Vanderplas, M., 419
White, P. H., 202“203
Tesser, A., 42, 158, 170, 238 VanDeusen, K. M., 390
White, R. V., 416
Testa, M., 141 VanderStoep, S. W., 296, 297
Whitley, B. E., Jr., 117
Testone, C., 147 Vangelisti, A. L., 345
Whitney, G. A., 345, 421
Tetlock, P. E., 50, 122 Vaughn, K., 219
Whitton, S., 343
Thein, R. D., 87 Vaughn, L. A., 146
Wicker, A. W., 172
Thibaut, J. W., 340 Vedantam, S., 164
Wicklund, R. A., 51
Thomas, C., 136 Verette, J., 345
Widom, C., 380, 391
Thomas, L. S., 298 Vessey, S. H., 362
Wiegman, O., 386
Thompson, B., 320 Vierikko, E., 364
Wieselquist, I., 343
Thompson, C. P., 33 Viken, R., 364
Wiggins, E. C, 158
Thompson, M., 418 Vinokur, A., 307
Wilder, D. A., 126, 132
Thompson, S., 206 Visser, P. S., 172
Wilford, J. N., 113
Thompson, S. C., 206 Vissing, Y. M., 378
Wilke, H. A. M., 302
Thornhill, R., 331, 336 Vlaander, G. P. J., 243
Williams, C. J., 176
Tice, D. M., 49, 127, 215, 320, 417 Voelkl, K., 141
Williams, E., 422
Time, 130 Vohs, K. D., 45, 256
Williams, K., 162, 294
Tindale, R. S., 291, 298 von dem Bach-Zelewski, E., 270
Williams, K. B., 252
Tobiasen, M. A., 425 von Hippel, W., 69, 291, 293
Williams, K. D., 251, 252, 290, 291, 293, 294, 295
Toklas, A. B., 315“316, 338, 339, 350 Vonk, R., 74
Williams, W. M., 302
Tolan, P., 376 Vorus, N., 73, 74
Williamson, G. M., 440
Tonnesmann, W., 127 Vucevic, A., 253
Wilson, E. O., 363, 409
Torney, J. V., 166
W Wilson, J. P., 435
Tornstam, L., 318
Wilson, M. G., 206“207
Townsend, G. C., 336 Wack, D. L., 288
Wilson, T. D., 31, 93, 160, 178
Traupmann, J., 329, 341, 342 Wackenhut, J., 119
Wilson, T., 65
Trebek, A., 81 Wadden, T. A., 333
Winquist, J. R., 300
Trepanier, M. L., 167 Walbek, N., 432
Wittenbrink, B., 109
Triandis, H. C., 332 Walder, L. O., 374
Wohl, M. J. A., 180
Triplett, N., 289 Wallach, M. A., 307
Woike, B., 33
Trivedi, P., 34 Wallenberg, R., 434
Wolf, S., 244, 245
Trivers, R., 336 Walsh, M. L., 365, 366
Wong, M., 317
Trope, Y., 78, 79, 201, 202 Walster, E., 331
Wood, C., 20
Tropp, L. R., 145, 146 Walster, G. W., 188, 320, 329, 341, 342
Wood, J. V., 206
Truman, H., 174 Walters, S. B., 73, 74
Wood, W., 165, 188, 243, 303
Tsang, J., 420 Walton, M. D., 379, 421
Woodard, E., 386
Tulloch, W. E., 201 Wang, S. S., 333
Name Index
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Y
Woodzicka, J. A., 136 Zanna, M. P., 46, 158, 159, 205
Wooldredge, J., 329 Zarbatany, L., 349
Yahya, K. A., 265
Wooten, E., 66 Zavalloni, M., 306
Yakimovich, D., 412
Word, L. E., 417 Zebrowitz, L. A., 331, 332
Yantis, S., 165
Worth, L. T., 144, 201 Zeisel, H., 244
Yates, B. T., 77
Wortman, C., 341 Zelli, A., 379
Yeager, C, 380
Wotman, S., 323 Zimbardo, P. G., 90, 158, 215, 219, 256, 295
Z
Wright, K. S., 349 Zucker, G., 423
Wright, P. H., 349 Zuckerman, M., 55, 84, 335
Zaccaro, S. J., 305
Wrightsman, L. S., 162 Zuwerink, J. R., 134
Zaccia, C., 367
Wu, X., 169
Zachary, 305
Wyer, R. S., 111, 124
Zadro, L., 293, 294, 295
Zajonc, R. B., 164, 288, 327
X
Zakrisson, I., 116
Xu, J., 108, 334
Zander, A., 297
Subject Index
A formation of, 164“172
Aggressive behavior
classical conditioning in, 166
in adolescents, 8
Abuse, child, aggression and, 380
direct personal experience in, 165
culture and, 381“384
Acceptance, latitude of, in social judgment
groups and networks and, 170“171
role modeling of, 379
theory, 197
heritability factor in, 169“170
Aggressive script, 376
Accommodation process, 346
mass media in, 167“169
Alcohol, aggression and, 366“369
Action, distortion of, conformity and, 237
mere exposure in, 164“165
Alloparenting, 409
Actor-observer attribution bias, 83“84
observational learning in, 166“167
Alternative explanation, 13
Actual self, 46
operant conditioning in, 165“166
Altruism, 401“444
Adams, Samuel, 222
social networks and, 172
autonomous, 429
Administrative obedience, 266
textbooks in, 167“168
biological explanations of, 408“410
Af¬liation, need for, 317
implicit, 160“161
child-rearing style and, 432“433
Af¬liative groups, 283
measurement of, 161“164
cognitive development and, 433
African Americans
attitude survey in, 161“162
de¬nition of, 403
prejudice against, 118“122
behavioral measures in, 162“163
development of, 433“434
racism and, 120“122
cognitive measures in, 163“164
egoism and, 404“406
Agentic state, 269
Implicit Association Test (IAT),
empathy-altruism hypothesis and, 404
Aggression, 357“394
163“164
empathy and, 404“406
alcohol and, 366“369
naïve realism and, 179“180
interactionist view of, 434“436
biological explanation for, 361“369
sexually violent material and, 388“391
kin, 409
child abuse/neglect and, 380
structure of, 158
motivation for, 403“404
culture and, 381“384
Attitude survey, 161“162
normative, 429
de¬nition of, 358
potential biases in, 162
recipient of, 439“444
displaced, 370
Attractiveness, physical
reciprocal, 409
ethological theory of, 362
dimensions of, 331“333
Altruistic personality, 429
factors contributing to, 361
in interpersonal attraction, 330“338
Altruistic Personality Project, 430
family disruption and, 380“381
Attributional complexity, 214
American Requiem, An (Carroll), 30
family in development of, 377“379
Attribution processes, dissonance and, 214“215
American Revolution, and propaganda,
frustration-aggression hypothesis and,
Attribution(s), 74“84
221“222
369“373
biases in, 81“84
Anonymity, group violence and, 295“296
gender differences in, 360“361
actor-observer, 83“84
Anthropology, social psychology and, 7“8
hormonal in¬‚uences on, 365“366
false consensus, 84
Antilocution, prejudice and, 136
hostile, 358“359
fundamental attribution error as,
Anxiety
instrumental, 359
81“83
social, 319“320
intent and, 371“372
discriminatory stereotypes and,
stranger, 8
levels of, 358“359
131“132
Applied research, 19
obedience or, 265
reasons for/correction of, 83
Arousal model, of social facilitation, 286, 287
parenting style and, 377“379
misattributions as, 80“81
Asch paradigm, 235“236
perceived injustice and inequity and, 372
sinister attribution error as, 95
Attachment styles, adult love relationships and,
physiology of, 364“369
ultimate attribution error as, 133
324“326
reducing, 391“393
correspondent inference theory of, 74,
Attitude(s), 155“181
role modeling and, 379
75“76
accessibility of, message elaboration and,
sanctioned, 359
covariation theory of, 76“77
205“206
sexual, men prone to, psychological
de¬nition of, 75
Allportʼs model of, 157“161
characteristics of, 390“391
dual-process models of, 78“79

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