THE STAUFFER SYMPOSIUMThis series of volumes highlights important new developments on
the leading edge of applied social psychology. Each volume focuses
on one area in which social psychological knowledge is being applied
to the resolution of social problems. Within that area, a distinguished group of authorities present chapters summarizing recent
theoretical views and empirical findings, including the results of
their own research and applied activities. An introductory chapter
frames the material, pointing out common themes and varied areas
of practical applications. Thus each volume brings together trenchant new social psychological ideas, research results, and fruitful
applications bearing on an area of current social interest. The volumes will be of value not only to practitioners and researchers, but
also to students and lay people interested in this vital and expanding
area of psychology.Series books published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates:
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|• ||Reducing Prejudice and Discrimination. edited by Stuart
|• ||Mass Media and Drug Prevention: Classic and Contemporary
Theories and Research, edited by William D. Crano and
Michael Burgoon (2002).|
|• ||Evaluating Social Programs and Problems: Visions for the New
Millennium, edited by Steward I. Donaldson and Michael
|• ||Processes of Community Change and Social Action. edited by
Allen M. Omoto and Stuart Oskamp (2004).|
|• ||Applications of Nonverbal Communication. edited by Ronald E.
Riggio and Robert S. Feldman (2005).|
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Book title: Applications of Nonverbal Communication.
Contributors: Ronald E. Riggio - Editor, Robert S. Feldman - Editor.
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Place of publication: Mahwah, NJ.
Publication year: 2005.
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