the acquaintance process

By: Language: English Publication details: new york : holt, rinehart and winston 1961Edition: 1. edDescription: xv, 303 pp
Contents:
from the table of contents: problem and research setting: prologue; systems of orientation; gathering data; system balance: individual systems; two-person collective systems; individual differences: strain-related variables. accuracy and balance; personality variables associated with strain and balance; differentiation and structuring within populations: early and late differentiation of individuals, pairs, and triads; early and late structuring of total populations; process and change with continuing acquaintance: week-to-week changes in attraction relationships; the attraction of floormates and roommates toward one another; the contribution of personal characteristics to attraction; group stereotypes of individuals' agreement in values; the acquaintance process: individual changes toward balanced collective systems; the acquaintance process as a prototype of human interaction; appendixes;
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Loanable Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) Book 2528-A Available IHS100707403

from the table of contents: problem and research setting: prologue; systems of orientation; gathering data; system balance: individual systems; two-person collective systems; individual differences: strain-related variables. accuracy and balance; personality variables associated with strain and balance; differentiation and structuring within populations: early and late differentiation of individuals, pairs, and triads; early and late structuring of total populations; process and change with continuing acquaintance: week-to-week changes in attraction relationships; the attraction of floormates and roommates toward one another; the contribution of personal characteristics to attraction; group stereotypes of individuals' agreement in values; the acquaintance process: individual changes toward balanced collective systems; the acquaintance process as a prototype of human interaction; appendixes;

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