The Psychological Experiment: A Practical Accomplishment is a collection of experimental studies focusing on encounters between two persons, purportedly corresponding to “counseling” and “negotiation” in daily life.
The book presents clear and pertinent exhibits in the comparative analysis of daily occurring social phenomena, useful to persons in the social and behavioral sciences. Chapter 1 sets the basic framework and theme for the psychological experiments that will follow. Chapters 2 to 7 are the actual experiments with comments and interpretations from the editors. Chapter 8 provides retrospective analysis of experimental topics that are presented in the book. Psychologists, sociologists, researchers, and students in the field of behavioral sciences will find the text invaluable.
Preface Chapter 1. Informative Display and the Psychological Experiment Chapter 2. A Counselor's Evaluative Expectancy and His Interpersonal Response to a Client Chapter 3. Psychological Interpretation and Defensiveness Chapter 4. Attraction, Discrepancy, and Psychological Treatment Chapter 5. Internal-External Locus of Control and Negotiation Chapter 6. Prior Arousal and Dis-confirmation of Expectancy in Negotiation Chapter 7. Communication, Minimum Disposition, and Negotiation Chapter 8. The Experimenter as Manager of Informative Display Index
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- © Pergamon 1971
- 1st January 1971
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