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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 1 Teenage Pregnancy: Science and Ideology in Applied Social Psychology, Kurt W.Back; Chapter 2 2 The Doctor-Patient Relationship: A Social Psychological Analysis, EdwardKrupat; Chapter 3 3 Social Psychology and International Negotiations: Processes and Influences, DanielDruckman; Chapter 4 4 Emergency Evacuations During Fires: Psychological Considerations, Keating John P., Loftus Elizabeth F., Manber Michele; Chapter 5 5 Public Reaction to Nuclear Power: The Case of Offshore Nuclear Power Plants, Stephen G.West, Earl J.Baker; Chapter 6 6 People, Clinical Episodes, and Mental Hospitalization: A Multiple-Source Method of Estimation, Charles A.Kiesler, Amy E.Sibulkin; Chapter 7 7Psychology and Public Policy, N. DickonReppucci, Robert HarryKirk; Chapter 8 8 Involving Citizens in Research, AbrahamWandersman, DavidChavis, PaulStucky; Chapter 9 9 Utilizing Social Science Information in the Policy Process: Can Psychologists Help?, Phillip M.Massad, Bruce Dennis Sales, Enrique Acosta; Chapter 10 10 The Perspective of Social Psychology: Toward a Viable Model for Application, Leonard SaxeIndex; Subject Index;
ROBERT F. KIDD Boston University, MICHAEL J. SAKS Boston College