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Collabra: Psychology 1 January ; 3 1 : 8. In a study of keywords, both attitudes and social cognition and group processes appear as communities; the role of personality is more diffuse. Attitudes and social cognition are broadly studied, but, in contrast with personality and interpersonal relations, are not structured around a simple core. These methods and results collectively inform the relationship between personality and social psychologies and provide an early step towards an empirical understanding of the structure of the discipline. How should the map of social-personality psychology be drawn?
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In social psychology , reciprocity is a social norm of responding to a positive action with another positive action, rewarding kind actions. As a social construct , reciprocity means that in response to friendly actions, people are frequently much nicer and much more cooperative than predicted by the self-interest model; conversely, in response to hostile actions they are frequently much more nasty and even brutal. Reciprocity makes it possible to build continuing relationships and exchanges. Reciprocal actions differ from altruistic actions in that reciprocal actions only follow from others' initial actions, while altruism is the unconditional act of social gift-giving without any hope or expectation of future positive responses. For more information on this idea, see altruism or altruism ethics.
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From Research to Clinical Practice pp Cite as. At every stage of an intimate relationship, couples must deal with difficult and unsettling interpersonal problems. As a consequence, therapists often find themselves dealing with clients when the problems have become too difficult and too unsettling. Unable to display preview.
Compatible and Incompatible Relationships pp Cite as. Equity theory is a social psychological theory concerned with justice in all interpersonal relationships.
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