The Social Psychology of Social (Dis) Harmony Implications for Political Leadership and Public Policy

Citation

Reynolds, K.J., Batalha, L., & Subasic, E. (2015) The Social Psychology of Social (Dis)harmony: Implications for Political Leaders and Public Policy. In J. P. Forgas, K. Fiedler, & B. Crano (Eds.). Social psychology and politics. New York: Psychology Press.

Year

2015

Field of Research

  • Social And Community Psychology

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