The Social Psychology of Personal Relationships

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AUTHOR INDEX
Abbey, A., 85, 166
Acitelli, L. K., 2, 8, 153, 217, 219, 222, 224, 226
Adams, J. S., 3
Adams, R. G., 56
Agnew, C. R., 87, 100–102, 106,122, 127, 137
Agyei, Y., 33, 34
Ahn, A., 148
Ahuvia, A., 120
Ainsworth, M. D. S., 42, 45, 50, 51
Albright, L. A., 213
Alcock, J., 15
Aldridge, D. P., 66, 70, 71
Alger, C. E., 169
Allan, G. A., 218, 222, 223, 224
Allen, J. B., 118, 126
Allgeier, E. R., 25
Allport, G. W., 57, 61, 62, 67, 70, 71, 75, 76
Altman, I., 45, 46, 114,132, 216, 218, 224
Ames, M. A., 33
Andersen, P. A., 74, 219
Anderson, J. L., 11
Angleitner, A., 25
Antill, J. K., 164
Apsler, R., 140
Archer, R. L., 164
Argyle, M., 216, 218
Aron, A., 45, 71, 79, 98, 110, 111, 113–119, 121–127, 134,137, 150
Aron, E. N., 45, 79, 98, 110, 111, 113, 115–127, 134,137, 150
Aronson, E., 114, 125
Arriaga, X. B., 103, 104
Asante, M., 74
Asch, S, 134
Asher, S, J., 43
Ashmore, R. D., 72
Atkinson, J., 167, 176,177
Auster, C. J., 70
Axelrod, R., 26, 89, 95, 97
Back, K. W., 222
Backman, C. W., 45
Bailey, J. M., 33, 34
Baillet, S. D., 124
Baker, V., 120,
Baldwin, M. W., 79, 106, 131
Bandura, A., 6, 110
Barbee, A. P., 22, 220, 225
Barker, R. G., 169
Barkow, J. H., 31
Barlow, D. H., 136
Barnes, L. C., 148
Barnes, M. F., 14, 24, 83
Barr, A., 33–35
Barrett, K., 51
Bartholomew, K., 38
Bassin, E., 83
Bates, C, 148
Bateson, G., 219
Bator, R. J., 134
Batson, C. D., 99
Baum, A., 178
Baumeister, R. F., 105, 130,131, 133,135, 136, 139,140, 148,149
Baxter, L. A., 116, 146,153, 220
Bazzini, D. G., 134
Beach, F.A., 19
Beach, S. R. H., 149
Beall, A., 223
Beavin, J., 225
Becker, H. S., 87
Bednarski, R., 225
Belk, R. W., 120
Bell, K. L., 136
Bell, L., 125
Belsky, J., 31
Bendtschneider, L., 221
Berg, J. H., 45, 132,148, 164
Bergen, M. R., 118
Berger, C. R., 114, 219
Berger, P., 218
Bergler, E., 115

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