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245 00 Attribution and social interaction|h[electronic resource] 
       :|bthe legacy of Edward E. Jones /|cedited by John M. 
       Darley, Joel Cooper. 
260    Washington, D.C. :|bAmerican Psychological Association,
       |c1998. 
300    xxxviii, 550 p. ;|c24 cm. 
500    "The conference in honor of Edward Ellsworth Jones was 
       held at the Psychology Department of Princeton University 
       on March 23 through March 25, 1995"--Pref. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
520    When we "perceive" others, we do so not as disinterested 
       scientists but as perceivers of our own selves. When we 
       interact with others, we do so with some image of their 
       personality, and we guide our interactions in light of 
       that image. What determines a naive observer's causal 
       inferences for personality and behavior? The work of 
       Edward E. Jones, an eminent social scientist, examined 
       that question and began a new era in attribution theory 
       that has expanded exponentially to the present day. /// 
       This book commemorates the ideas and theoretical advances 
       of this social psychologist. Prominent scholars build on 
       Jones's research themes in a collection that links 
       hypotheses to social problems, research to practical 
       implications. The authors, each beginning with Jones's 
       seminal contribution, trace the achievements and 
       unresolved issues of the subfield of person perception and
       attribution theory. The volume is intended to inspire 
       contemporary and future social psychologists, leading to 
       new insights into how ordinary people self-present, 
       understand their own and others' behavior, and engage and 
       interact with others. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 
       APA, all rights reserved) 
530    Also issued in print. 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bWashington, D.C. :|cAmerican 
       Psychological Association,|d1998.|nAvailable via the World
       Wide Web.|nAccess limited by licensing agreement.|7s1998 
       dcunns. 
650  0 Interpersonal relations|xCongresses. 
650  0 Attribution (Social psychology)|xCongresses. 
650  0 Social interaction|xCongresses. 
650  0 Social psychology|xCongresses. 
700 1  Jones, Edward Ellsworth,|d1926- 
700 1  Darley, John M. 
700 1  Cooper, Joel. 
776 1  |cOriginal|z1557984751|w(DLC) 97044346 . 
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