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Zebrowski, John A. New research on social perception.

Creator relationship: editor.
Original language: English
First published: 2007
Originally published in New York, New York, by Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
Type of content: non-fiction anthology.

Summary: Collected papers on social perception.

Contents:
Children's perceptions of social groups / Drew Nesdale
Social information processing in preschool children : preliminary evidence regarding a promising new assessment tool / Yair Ziv
Characteristics of victims of bullying: implications for research / Tanya N. Beran
Perceptions of dangerous situations and victimization of women with and without impairments / Patricia P. Hughes, David Marshall, and Claudine Sherrill
Visual stereotypes in an eyewitness context / Janet Pozzulo and Murray Weeks
Social perception and the social class-mental illness relationship : new research or beating a dead horse? / Jon E. Roeckelein
Cognitive factors in the prediction of liking social groups : prototypes, predictability and familiarity / James B. Worthen, Susan Coats, and Richard P. McGlynn, et al.
The interaction between perceived attractiveness and implicit theories on people's inferences about long-term relationships / Scott F. Madey, Kristy Kappen, and Jamie D. Hocker
The effects of cognitive complexity and communication apprehension on the expression and recognition of sarcasm / Patricia Rockwell
Occupational prestige perceptions of nursing and physiotherapy : an international survey / Patricia A. Turner and T.W. Allan Whitfield

Related work(s):
Nesdale, Drew. Children's perceptions of social groups. [contained in]
Ziv, Yair. Social information processing in preschool children. [contained in]
Beran, Tanya N. Characteristics of victims of bullying: implications for research. [contained in]
Hughes, Patricia P. Perceptions of dangerous situations and victimization of women with and without impairments. [contained in]
Pozzulo, Janet. Visual stereotypes in an eyewitness context. [contained in]
Roeckelein, Jon E. Social perception and the social class-mental illness relationship. [contained in]
Worthen, James B. Cognitive factors in the prediction of liking social groups. [contained in]
Madey, Scott F. The interaction between perceived attractiveness and implicit theories on people's inferences about long-term relationships. [contained in]
Rockwell, Patricia Ann Effects of cognitive complexity and communication apprehension on the expression and recognition of sarcasm. [contained in]
Turner, Patricia A. Occupational prestige perceptions of nursing and physiotherapy. [contained in]

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Social perception.

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HM1041.N49 [SociologySocial psychologySocial perception. Social cognition—General works]

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Zebrowski, John A. New research on social perception.

New research on social perception / John A. Zebrowski, editor.
New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., c2007.
x, 243 p.

Content: text.
Language: English
Appendages: illustrations, bibliographical references and index.
Mode of issuance: Issued as a single unit.

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Zebrowski, John A. New research on social perception.

2007. 1 volume ; 26 centimeters. HM1041.N49 2007
ISBN: 9781600213779

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