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The Psychology of Interpersonal RelationsReprint of Edition Full facsimile of Interpersonal Kindle #208 of the original edition Not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations pioneered the modern field of social cognition A giant of social psychology Heider had few students but his book on social perception had many readers and its impact continues into the st Century having The Psychology PDFEPUB or been cited over times In The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations Heider argued that social perception follows many of the same rules of physical object perception and that the organization found in object perception is also found in social perception Because biases.
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Free read » The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations Ë PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ê ➥ The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations Ebook ➫ Author Join or create book clubs – Eyltransferservices.co.uk 2015 Reprint of 1958 Edition Full facsimile D negative traits reuires asophisticated view it reuires a differentiation of the representation of the person into subparts that are of unlike value p But the most influential idea in The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations is the notion of how people see the causes of behavior and the explanations they make for it what Heider called attributions Contents Introduction Perceiving the other person The other person as perceiver The naive analysis of action Desire and pleasure Environmental effects Sentiment Ought and value Reuest and command Benefit and harm Reaction to the lot of the other person Conclusion Appendix A notation for representing interpersonal relations.
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In object perception sometimes lead to errors eg optical illusions one might expect to find Psychology of Interpersonal Epub #223 that biases in social perception likewise lead to errors eg underestimating the role social factors and overestimating the effect of personality and attitudes on behavior Heider also argued that perceptual organization follows the rule of psychological balance Although tedious to spell out in completeness the idea is that positive and negative sentiments need to be represented in ways that minimize ambivalence and maximize a simple straightforward affective representation of the person He writes To conceive of a person as having positive an.