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Interaction Values and Beliefs: An Integration into Social Psychology

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Textbook by: Mark Pettinelli. E-mail the author

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Summary: The values people hold influence their social judgement and decision making process. Beliefs pertain to knowledge, how true a belief is can be verified by your knowledge, and how true your knowledge is can be verified by your beliefs (if the knowledge pertains to your beliefs). In any social encounter, people make evaluations of each others attitudes, opinions and beliefs (and, indirectly, their values). This book goes through and discusses various values and value statements and their relevance in a psychological context. The external web link on this page goes to this book on ISBN-13: 978-1105254604

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