Blackwell Handbook of Social Psychology: Group Processes

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Michael A. Hogg, Scott Tindale
John Wiley & Sons, 15 avr. 2008 - 712 pages
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This handbook provides an authoritative, up-to-date overview of thesocial psychology of group processes. The topics covered includegroup decisions, juries, group remembering, roles, status,leadership, social identity and group membership, socialization,group performance, negotiation and bargaining, emotion and mood,computer-mediated communication, organizations and mental health.

  • Provides an authoritative, up-to-date overview of the socialpsychology of group processes.
  • Written by leading researchers from around the world to providea classic and current overview of research as well as providing adescription of future trends within the area.
  • Includes coverage of group decisions, juries, groupremembering, roles, status, leadership, social identity and groupmembership, socialization, group performance, negotiation andbargaining, emotion and mood, computer-mediated communication,organizations and mental health.
  • Essential reading for any serious scholar of groupbehavior.
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Table des matières

Group Processes 1 Shared Cognition in Small Groups
1
Group Processes 2 Collective Choice Judgment and Problem Solving
31
Group Processes 3 Social Categorization Depersonalization and Group Behavior
56
Group Processes 4 Group Socialization and Newcomer Innovation
86
Group Processes 5 Group Performance in Collaborative and Social Dilemma Tasks Progress and Prospects
107
Group Processes 6 Poker Face Smiley Face and Rant n Rave Myths and Realities about Emotion in Negotiation
139
Group Processes 7 Mood and Emotion in Groups
164
Group Processes 8 The Psychology of Crowd Dynamics
182
Group Processes 16 Leadership Effectiveness An Integrative Review
376
Group Processes 17 Social Categorization Social Identification and Rejection of Deviant Group Members
400
Group Processes 18 Collective Identity Group Membership and SelfConception
425
Group Processes 19 It Takes Two to Tango Relating Group Identity to Individual Identity within the Framework of Group Development
461
Group Processes 20 Cultural Dimensions of Negotiation
482
Group Processes 21 Overcoming Dependent Data A Guide to the Analysis of Group Data
497
Group Processes 22 Observation and Analysis of Group Interaction over Time Some Methodological and Strategic Choices
525
Group Processes 23 Communication Technologies the Internet and Group Research
557

Group Processes 9 Conformity and Independence in Groups Majorities and Minorities
209
Group Processes 10 Dynamic Social Impact and the Consolidation Clustering Correlation and Continuing Diversity of Culture
235
Group Processes 11 Attitudes Norms and Social Groups
259
Group Processes 12 System Constraints on Leadership Perceptions Behavior and Influence An Example of Connectionist Level Processes
283
Group Processes 13 Group Processes and the Construction of Social Representations
311
Group Processes 14 Social Comparison Motives in Ongoing Groups
334
Group Processes 15 Social Status and Group Structure
352
Group Processes 24 Procedural Mechanisms and Jury Behavior
574
Group Processes 25 Group Processes in Organizational Contexts
603
Group Processes 26 Therapeutic Groups
628
Group Processes Author Index
660
Group Processes Subject Index
690
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Michael A. Hogg is Professor of Social Psychology at theUniversity of Queensland where he is also Associate Dean ofResearch for the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences andDirector of the Centre for Research on Group Processes.

Scott Tindale is Professor of Psychology and Director of theApplied Social Psychology Program, Loyola University, Chicago. Heis an associate editor for Group Processes and IntergroupRelations and serves on numerous journal editorial boards.

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