Blackwell Handbook of Social Psychology: Group Processes
December 2002, ©2002, Wiley-Blackwell
- Provides an authoritative, up-to-date overview of the social
psychology of group processes.
- Written by leading researchers from around the world to provide
a classic and current overview of research as well as providing a
description of future trends within the area.
- Includes coverage of group decisions, juries, group
remembering, roles, status, leadership, social identity and group
membership, socialization, group performance, negotiation and
bargaining, emotion and mood, computer-mediated communication,
organizations and mental health.
- Essential reading for any serious scholar of group
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1. Shared Cognition in Small Groups. (R. Scott Tindale, Helen M. Meisenhelder and Amanda A. Dykema-Engblade, and Michael A. Hogg).
2. Collective Choice, Judgement and Problem Solving. (Garold Stasser and Beth Dietz-Uhler).
3. Social Categorization, Depersonalization, and Group Behaviour. (Michael A. Hogg).
4. Group Socialization and Newcomer Innovation. (John M. Levine, Richard L. Moreland and Hoon-Seok Choi).
5. Group Performance in Collaborative and Social Dilemma Tasks: Progress and Prospects. (Norbert L. Kerr and Ernest S. Park).
6. Poker Face, Smiley Face and Rant 'n' Rave: Myths and Realities About Emotion in Negotiation. (Leigh Thompson, Victoria Husted Medvec, Vanessa Seiden and Shirli Kopelman).
7. Mood and Emotion in Groups. (Janice R. Kelly).
8. The Psychology of Crowd Dynamics. (Stephen Reicher).
9. Conformity and Independence in Groups: Majorities and Minorities. (Robin Martin and Miles Hewstone).
10. Dynamic Social Impact and the Consolidation, Clustering, Correlation and Continuing Diversity of Culture. (Bibb Latané and Martin J. Bourgeois).
11. Attitudes, Norms, and Social Groups. (Joel Cooper, Kimberley A. Kelly, and Kimberlee Weaver).
12. System Constraints on Leadership Perceptions, Behavior and Influence: An Example of Connectionist Level Processes. (Robert G. Lord, Douglas J. Brown, and Jennifer L. Harvey).
13. Group Processes and the Constructions of Social Representations. (Fabio Lorenzi-Cioldi and Alain Clémence).
14. Social Comparison Motives in Ongoing Groups. (John Darley).
15. Social Status and Group Structure. (Cecilia L. Ridgeway).
16. Leadership Effectiveness: An Integrative Review. (Martin M. Chemers).
17. Social Categorization, Social Identification, and Rejection of Deviant Group Members. (José M. Marques, Dominic Abrams, Dario Páez, and Michael A. Hogg).
18. Collective Identity: Group Membership and Self-Conception. (Dominic Abrams and Michael A. Hogg).
19. It Takes Two to Tango: Relating Group Identity to Individual Identity within the Framework of Group Development. (Stephen Worchel and Dawna Coutant).
20. Cultural Dimensions of Negotiation. (Peter J. Carnevale and Kwok Leung).
21. Overcoming Dependent Data: A Guide to the Analysis of Group Data. (Melody S. Sadler and Charles M. Judd).
22. Observation and Analysis of Group Interaction Over Time: Some Methodological and Strategic Choices. (Joseph E. McGrath and T. William Altermatt).
23. Communication Technologies, the Internet, and Group Research. (Andrea B. Hollingshead).
24. Procedural Mechanisms and Jury Behaviour. (R. Scott Tindale, Janice Nadler, Andrea Krebel, and James H. Davis).
25. Group Processes in Organizational Contexts. (Joseph E. McGrath and Linda Argote).
26. Therapeutic Groups. (Donelson R. Forsyth).
Scott Tindale is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Applied Social Psychology Program, Loyola University, Chicago. He is an associate editor for Group Processes and Intergroup Relations and serves on numerous journal editorial boards.
- Provides an authoritative, up-to-date overview of the social psychology of group processes.
- Written by leading researchers from around the world to provide a classic and current overview of research as well as providing a description of future trends within the area.
- Includes coverage of group decisions, juries, group remembering, roles, status, leadership, social identity and group membership, socialization, group performance, negotiation and bargaining, emotion and mood, computer-mediated communication, organizations and mental health.
- Essential reading for any serious scholar of group behavior.
--Martin Kaplan, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, University of California
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