Attitudes and Opinions

By Stuart Oskamp; P. Wesley Schultz | Go to book overview

Name Index

A
ABC/Washington Post Poll, 287, 362, 367
Abdel-Ghany, M., 400
Abeles, R. P., 227
Abelson, R. P., 29, 97, 99, 146, 230, 233, 236, 241, 260, 262, 319, 322, 343
Aboud, F. E., 41, 379
Abraham, C, 223
Abramovitz, J. N., 443
Abramowitz, A. I., 336, 341
Abrams, D., 436
Abrams, M., 131
Abramson, L. Y., 42
Abramson, P. R., 126, 129, 149, 153, 173, 302, 324, 326–328, 330, 333, 336, 340–342
Abt, C. C., 290
Achen, C. H., 153
Ackerman, B., 197
Acuna, R., 377
Adage.com,181, 327
Adair, J. G., 212, 283
Adaman, E, 454
Adams, Abigail, 265
Adams, M., 425
Adams, W. C., 203, 205, 298, 330, 373
Adamsky, C., 424
Addis, M. E., 411
Adler, R. P., 185, 197, 426
Adorno, T. W., 51, 59, 169, 277–278, 396, 398
Agassi, J. B., 429
Agnew, C. R., 259, 384
Aguinis, H., 61
Ahammer, I. M., 201
Ajzen, I., 4, 8–9, 11, 13, 15, 56, 63, 102–105, 162, 166–167, 179, 190, 267, 269, 272–276, 343, 460
Alba, R. D., 308
Albert, R. D., 258
Albritton, R. B., 373
Aldrich, C., 456
Aldrich, J. H., 324, 327, 346
Alexander, J., 170
Alford, J. R., 302
Allen, C. L., 185
Allen, H. M., Jr., 392
Allen, J. C., 283
Allen, M., 222
Allen, V. L., 380
Alley, T. R., 163
Allport, G. W., 3–4, 8, 10, 12–13, 67, 198, 266, 379
Altemeyer, B., 278–280
Altheide, D. L., 202
Altschuler, B. E., 112, 136
Alvarez, R. M., 151
Alwin, D., 169, 174, 193
Amabile, T. M., 24
Amato, P., 438
American Enterprise,143
American Psychological Association, 195, 214, 283–284, 286, 395, 420, 424
Amidon, A., 29
Amir, Y., 405
Anastasi, A., 55
Ancoli, S., 71
Andelin, H. B., 417
Anderson, A. B., 113
Anderson, A. H., 288
Anderson, B. A., 126, 129

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