Handbook of Interpersonal Psychology: Theory, Research, Assessment and Therapeutic Interventions

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AUTHOR INDEX
aan het Rot, M., 69, 374
Aarts, H., 201
Abbey, R. D., 457
Abramson, L. Y., 408, 427, 432, 435, 436
Acierno, R., 407, 408, 411, 412, 414
Ackerman, S. J., 117, 512, 522, 556
Acton, G. S., 59
Adams, G. A., 459
Adams, H. B., 360, 366
Adams, H. E., 427, 429
Adams, R. S., 315
Adamson, G., 425
Adcock, A. G., 410
Adler, A. B., 408
Adler, G., 389
Adorno, T. W., 4
Agliati, A., 171
Agnew, C. R., 195, 196, 198, 200
Agnew, R. M., 527
Agnew-Davies, R., 511, 523, 528
Agras, W. S., 510–512, 514, 542
Agrawal, H. R., 389
Ahadi, S. A., 494
Ahn, W., 393
Aiken, L. S., 456
Aikins, D., 510, 511, 514, 526
Ainsworth, M. D. S., 7, 19, 29, 210–213, 547
Al-Modallal, H., 436
Alansky, J. A., 29
Albani, C., 345
Albright, J., 130, 131
Alcaine, O., 454
Alcock, J., 78
Alden, L. E., 61, 94, 112, 308, 316, 366–370, 374, 434, 451–453
Aldwin, C. M., 414
Alexander, F., 117, 523, 552
Alexopoulos, G. S., 541
Alfano, M. S., 434
Alimohamed, S., 514
Alison, J., 430
Allan, T., 454
Allard, L. M., 26, 28
Allen, A., 166
Allen, J. G., 294, 387
Allen, J. P., 435
Allen, N., 414, 460
Allison, C. J., 234–236, 238, 239
Allmon, D., 395, 396
Alloy, L. B., 46, 387, 427, 435, 436
Allport, F. H., 4
Allport, G. W., 4, 172, 385
Aloni, M., 197–202, 204
Alpert, M., 429
Alvaro, E. M., 173
Alvidrez, J., 567
Amaro, H., 410
Ambady, N., 173, 174, 185
Ambwani, S., 369
Amini, F., 546
Amir, M., 455
Amir, N., 452, 458
Amstadter, A., 416
Amstadter, A. B., 408, 411
Amstutz, D. K., 434
Anchin, J. C., 343, 359, 360, 370
Andersen, B. L., 485
Anderson, D., 436
Anderson, E. A., 430
Anderson, E. M., 556
Andersen, P. A., 173, 182, 183
Andersen, S. M., 24, 383–385

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