As the title suggests this book examines the psychology of interpersonal relations in the context of this book the term interpersonal relations denotes relations between a few usually between two people how one person thinks and feels about another person how he perceives him and what he does to him what he expects him to do or think how he reacts to the actions of the other these . This weeks citation classic heider f the psychology of interpersonal relations new york wiley 1958 322 p department of psychology university of kansas lawrence ks this book examines peoples naive intuitive under standing of interpersonal events these common sense inferences sometimes are biased but none. Future directions in interpersonal relationships research the field of interpersonal relationships has a strong history and vibrant theoretical foundation in social sciences critical to social psychology ideas and theories is the notion that individuals interact with others and that these interactions are interrelated and affect each other. Interpersonal relationships are social associations connections or affiliations between two or more people they vary in differing levels of intimacy and sharing implying the discovery or establishment of common ground and may be centered around somethings shared in commonthe study of relationships is of concern to sociology psychology and anthropology. Like many social psychologists of my generation i first encountered the psychology of interpersonal relations some years prior to its publication a dittoed early draft of the manuscript had been widely circulated and in those pre xerox days a graduate student thought to be deserving and more
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