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  1. How Do We Learn to Trust?: A Confirmatory Tetrad Analysis of the Sources of Generalized Trust

    How do We Learn to Trust? A Confirmatory Tetrad Analysis of the Sources of Generalized Trust *

    Jennifer L. Glanville
    University of Iowa

    Pamela Paxton
    Ohio State University

  2. Published Article Translations

    SPQ GLOBAL

    Author-Provided Article Translations

    Steinhoff, Patricia. 2008. "Petitioning Officials: An Interaction Ritual of Protest in Japan." Translated into Japanese. Social Psychology Quarterly 71:209-12.

    Article Translation in PDF

  3. Between Deference and Distinction: Interaction Ritual through Symbolic Power in an Educational Institution

    Between Deference and Distinction:
    Interaction Ritual through Symbolic Power in an Educational Institution*

    Tim Hallett
    Indiana University

  4. Social Psychology Quarterly - Add Health

    Design Features of Add Health

    Kathleen Mullan Harris*
    Carolina Population Center 
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 

    October 2007 
     

  5. Voices of Experience: Linda D. Molm

    Voices of Experience: Linda D. Molm

    University of Arizona

    Interview conducted by Kathy Kuipers
    University of Montana

  6. Sympathy and Social Order

    Sympathy and Social Order*

    Kyle Irwin
    Tucker McGrimmon
    Brent Simpson
    University of South Carolina

  7. Social Psychology Quarterly - Letters

    Subscribers Letters from Gary Alan Fine, Editor

    Social Psychology Quarterly


    June 2009

  8. Social Psychology Quarterly