Handbook of Communication and Social Interaction Skills

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AUTHOR INDEX

A
Aarts, H., 263, 282
Abakoumkin, G., 851, 869
Abecassis, M., 755, 789
Abelson, R. P., 259, 264, 287,296, 312, 336, 344, 349, 352,607, 628, 633,881, 906
Aboud, F. E., 648, 680,756, 782
Abrahams, M. F., 22, 43,275, 282,496, 508
Abrami, P. C., 894, 897
Abrams, C. L., 763, 765, 768, 774, 776, 780, 784
Abrams, D. B., 105, 114, 129
Abrams, M. F., 689, 690, 691, 694, 698, 699, 700, 718
Abramson, L. Y., 189, 218
Abrardi, L., 154, 170
Acitelli, L. K., 556, 584,733, 734, 744
Ackerman, B., 14, 42
Ackerman, P. L., 60, 71, 72, 81, 84, 88
Adair, W. L., 828, 829
Adalbjarnardottir, S., 756, 783
Adams, C. H., 20, 42
Adams, G. R., 135, 145, 168
Adams, J. A., 56, 78, 79, 84
Adams, N. L., 728, 744
Adams, R. G., 659, 662, 666, 672, 673
Adaval, R., 297, 338, 344
Addis, A., 741, 747
Addis, M. E., 149, 172
Adelman, M. B., 552, 584
Adelman, R. D., 418, 434
Adelson, J., 652, 675
Adler, G. L., 61, 89
Adler, P. S., 938, 954
Adler, R. B., 162, 168
Ady, J. C., 939, 940, 954
Afifi, W. A., 207, 211,656, 672, 677,703, 712, 717, 719
Agras, W. S., 94, 125
Aguilera, D. C., 206, 209
Ahern, D. K., 105, 114, 129, 677
Ahlm, K., 324, 353
Aiello, J. R., 205, 209
Aitchison, R. A., 164, 175
Ajzen, I., 297, 347
Akehurst, L., 207, 218
Akert, R. M., 183, 209
Aksan, N., 774, 790
Albert, S., 313, 344
Alberts, J. K., 538, 544
Albrecht, T. L., 414, 433,552, 578, 584
Alemagno, S. M., 914, 929
Aleman, C. G., 39, 50,364, 399,482, 513,527, 549
Alesandrini, K., 880, 908
Alexander, A. L., 644, 682
Alexander, L., 888, 897
Alexander, M., 342, 344
Alexander, P. A., 872, 876, 897
Alexander, S. C., 561, 589
Alfonso, V. C., 102, 116, 125
Alfred, K. G., 810, 812, 816, 829
Allan, G. A., 672
Allen, B. H., 810, 829
Allen, G. J., 462, 471
Allen, M. T., 3, 19, 42, 44,74, 78, 82, 84, 85, 162, 163, 168,271, 288,440, 447, 450, 470, 471, 474,498, 502, 507, 513,707, 719,810, 829, 898
Allen, R. B., 344
Alles, M., 377, 397
Allison, S. T., 839, 861
Allman, W. F., 427, 432
Allport, G. W., 71, 84,331, 344
Allred, K., 94, 102, 116, 130
Alper, T., 205, 214
Alterman, R., 264, 282
Alter-Reid, K., 106, 122
Althaus, S. L., 891, 897

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