The Social Psychology of Time: New Perspectives

The Social Psychology of Time New Perspectives Until now the substantial topic of time in social psychology has been scattered throughout the literature of the behavioural sciences and not readily accessible to researchers and students This volum

  • Title: The Social Psychology of Time: New Perspectives
  • Author: Joseph E. McGrath
  • ISBN: 9780803927674
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Paperback
  • Until now, the substantial topic of time in social psychology has been scattered throughout the literature of the behavioural sciences and not readily accessible to researchers and students This volume brings together the work of prominent scholars in social and environmental psychology who present recent empirical and experimental data, integrative treatments of researchUntil now, the substantial topic of time in social psychology has been scattered throughout the literature of the behavioural sciences and not readily accessible to researchers and students This volume brings together the work of prominent scholars in social and environmental psychology who present recent empirical and experimental data, integrative treatments of research literature and powerful conceptual analyses of theoretical issues Collectively, the chapters represent a comprehensive treatment of the social psychology of time.

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    About " Joseph E. McGrath "

  • Joseph E. McGrath

    Joseph E McGrath was an American social psychologist He received a M.A in Psychology at the University of Maryland in 1951.

  • 227 Comments

  • This book compiles a number of scholarly articles about the perception of time at various levels of analysis. It's a great statement of the state of theory and research as of the publication date. I'm a bit biased because I have a chapter (with Allan W. Wicker) published in this volume titled, "Life Cycles of Behavior Settings."


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