The Dynamics of Persuasion: Communication and Attitudes in the 21st Century

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Author Index

A
Abelson, R. P., 54, 85
Abraham, C, 93
Abramson, P. R., 161
Achenbach, J., 37
Adelman, M. B., 257
Adkins, M., 200
Adler, J., 73
Ahlering, R. F., 138
Aiken, L. S., 267
Ajzen, I., 39, 44, 46, 71, 83, 87–90, 92–94, 96
Aldrich, J. H., 161
Aleman, C. G., 264
Alexander, J. E., 179
Allen, M., 144, 178, 184, 194, 207, 233
Allport, G. W., 24, 38–39, 81
Alvaro, E., 322
Andersen, K., 8
Anderson, D. E., 109
Anderson, R. B., 169
Andrews, J. C., 293
Andrews, R. L., 286
Andsager, J. L., 324, 328
Angier, N., 76, 173
Apanovitch, A. M., 196
Applegate, J. L., 269
Armitage, C. J. 89, 95
Aron, A., 224, 234
Aron, E. N., 224, 234
Aronson, E., 126, 225–226, 229–230, 234, 237
Aronson, J., 239–240
Ascani, K., 250
Atkin, C. K., 304, 312, 316–317
Arwood, R. W., 114
Aune, R. K., 216, 256
Austin, E. W., 324, 330
Avila, R. A., 251
Axsom, D., 230

B
Baesler, E. J., 184
Baker, S. A., 94
Bakker, A. B., 216
Ballachey, E. L., 39
Bandura, A., 321
Barraclough, R., 259
Bartsch, K., 10
Basil, M. D., 256, 286
Bassili, J. N., 97
Bauman, K. E., 312
Baumrind, D., 157
Baxter, L. A., 263
Becker, E., 338
Bellafante, G., 138
Bern, D. J., 237–238, 249
Bennett, W. J., 98
Benoit, W. L., 123, 126
Bentler, P. M., 94
Bergman, L., 246
Berke, R. L., 14
Berlo, D. K., 160
Berntson, G. G., 113
Berquist, G. F., 20
Berscheid, E., 169
Bettinghaus, E. P, 8
Biek, M., 136, 141
Biener, L., 322
Bishop, G. F., 110

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