Cognitive Social Psychology: The Princeton Symposium on the Legacy and Future of Social Cognition

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Author Index

A
Abelson, R. P. 152, 222, 224, 292, 315, 322, 323
Abercrombie, N. 94
Abraham, C. 222
Abrams, D. 92, 93, 264
Abramson, L. Y. 59, 62, 71, 312
Ach, N. 333, 340, 341, 348
Achee, J. W. 311
Acorn, D. A. 249
Adams, B. 275
Adorno, T. W. 5, 22, 27, 28, 257
Ager, J. 80
Agustsdottir, S. 113
Ahrens, C. 374
Ajzen, I. 160
Alfieri, T. 218, 223, 244
Allen, V. L. 168
Allison, S. T. 81, 95
Allman, C. 376
Alloy, L. B. 59, 312
Allport, G. W. 11, 90, 91, 119, 164, 180, 181, 188, 247, 257, 294, 302, 376
Altemeyer, B. 27
Altermatt, E. R. 71
Altom, M. W. 126
Amabile, T. M. 216, 261
Ames, D. R. 143, 154, 195, 289
Amir, Y. 375
Anas, A. 354
Andersen, S. M. 8, 14, 125, 128, 131–137, 141, 142, 190, 205, 206
Anderson, A. 168
Anderson, C. 371
Anderson, C. A. 129, 131, 135, 214, 222, 224, 281
Anderson, J. R. 177
Anderson, M. C. 355
Anderson, N. H. 54, 127, 180, 191–193, 326, 328
Backman, C. W. 60
Anderson, R. C. 345
Anderson, S. W. 310
Antaki, C. 212
Antone, C. 329
Arcuri, L. 186
Argyle, M. 8, 220
Armbruster, T. 256
Armor, D. 371
Armstrong, S. L. 129, 130
Arndt, J. 114
Aron, A. 8, 135, 136, 262, 270
Aron, E. N. 8, 135, 136, 262, 270
Aronson, E. 41–45, 47, 48, 51–53, 55, 56, 90, 191, 194, 202, 375
Aronson, J. 3, 8, 10, 47, 84
Arrowood, A. J. 81
Asch, S. E. 3, 5–7, 10, 127, 131, 192–194, 201, 206, 261
Ashburn-Nardo, L. 379–383, 388
Asher, T. 173
Ashmore, R. 142, 359, 371
Ashton, W. 217
Aspinwall, L. G. 82
Astington, J. W. 147, 148
Atash, M. N. 23
Atkinson, J. W. 62, 324
Attivissimo, D. 236
Auer, J. C. P. 272, 274
Augoustinos, M. 374
Austin, G. A. 180
Austin, J. L. 9
Axson, D. 296

B
Bachman, J. G. 113
Back, K. W. 7, 8
Bakhtin, M. 10

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