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Standards and expectancies contrast and assimilation in judgments of self and others essays in social psychology by monica biernat author visit amazons monica biernat page find all the books read about the author and more see search results for this book examines how standards and expectancies affect judgments of others and the self standards are points of comparison expectancies are beliefs about the future and both serve as frames of reference against which current events and people including the self are experienced the central theme of the book is that judgments can be characterized as either assimilative or contrastive in standards and expectancies contrast and assimilation in judgments of self and others essays in social psychology by monica biernat sign up to save your library with an overdrive account you can save your favorite libraries for at a glance information about availabilitystandards and expectancies contrast and assimilation in judgments of self and others essays in social psychology are becoming more and more widespread as the most viable form of literary media today it is becoming obvious that developers of new technology and their distributors are making a concerted effort to increase thebiernat m 2005 standards and expectancies contrast and assimilation in judgments of self and others essays in social psychologynew york ny psychology press

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