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Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
J. P. James
The life of every human organism is affected greatly by his interpersonal relationships with others. From the moment we are born until the time we die, each of us is compelled by the very nature of human existence to interact with other people. In so doing, we are each engaged in a continuous and unique learning process which directly shapes our social repertoire.
Copyright 1972 David Alan Goldsmith
Goldsmith, David Alan, "Stereotypic Impression Formation as a Function of the Hair Length of the Ratee and the Sex of the Rater" (1972). Master's Theses. 1346.