Claremont Applied Social Psychology Series
This series bridges the gap between social psychological research and the application of this research to social problems. In each volume, leading authorities provide the most recent theoretical views and empirical findings incorporating their own research and applied activities. An introductory chapter frames the content, illustrating common themes and areas of practical applications. Therefore, each volume brings together important new social psychological ideas, research results, and useful applications bearing on each social interest. These volumes will serve the needs of not only practitioners and researchers, but also students and lay people interested in this dynamic and expanding area of psychology.