A course in the study of interpersonal behavior in small groups, including
laboratory experience, with particular emphasis on the social and psychological
aspects of verbal and nonverbal communication.
The second edition of this book again uses original case studies as a means to bring home to students, through lived experiences, the theories and concepts of interpersonal communication. Each piece takes an arts-based approach--spanning essays, short stories, scripts, photographs, poetry
The success of your daily interactions with others, whether during formal meetings or encounters at the water cooler, can make or break your success in the workplace. Having interpersonal skills will allow you to motivate, inspire, and successfully lead others, as well as further your own career development.
Considers friendship and more intimate relationships including theories of why we need them, how they are formed, what we get out of them and the stages through which they go. Social and cultural variations are discussed as well as the effects of relationships on our well-being and happiness.
This practical text introduces students to all the principal data collection methods and data analyses used in social psychology. Describes the principal research methods and shows how they can be applied to particular research questions.
Personality and Social Behavior by Frederick Rhodewalt (Editor)
Call Number: BF698 .P47 2008
Publication Date: 2008-02-19
The study of the relationship between the person and the situation has had a long history in psychology. Many theories of personality are set on an interpersonal stage and many social phenomena are played out differently as the cast of characters change.
A comprehensive introduction to the key readings on human and close relationships. Organized into twelve thematic chapters with editorial commentary throughout, the Editors offer a critical reading of the major research articles in the field of relationship studies published in the last few years. Scholarly papers, two per chapter, are presented in an abridged form and critiqued in a carefully structured way that instructs students on the way to read research, and to critically evaluate research in this field.
This volume provides an overview of the theoretical and empirical work on relationship-induced self-concept change that has occurred over the last 10-15 years. The chapters in this volume discuss the foundations of relationship self-change, how and when it occurs, how it influences relationship decisions and behavior, and how it informs and modifies subsequent knowledge structures, all examined over the course of the relationship cycle (i.e., initiation, maintenance, and dissolution).
Theories in Social Psychology is an edited volume that identifies and discusses in-depth the important theoretical perspectives and theories that underlie the discipline of social psychology. Critically discusses important perspectives and theories in the discipline allowing a deeper understanding of the theoretical framework