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Richard Eiser is professor of psychology at the University of Sheffield, UK.
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- Eiser, J.R. (1979) Attitudes. In: K. Connolly (ed.) Psychology Survey no. 2, London: Allen & Unwin.
- Eiser, J.R. (1983) From attributions to behaviour. In: M. Hewstone (ed.) Attribution Theory: Social and Functional Extensions, Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
- Eiser, J.R. (1971) Enhancement of contrast in the absolute judgement of attitude statements, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 17: 1-10.
- Eiser, J.R. (1975) Attitudes and the use of evaluative language: a two-way process, Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 5: 235-48.
- Eiser, J.R. and Mower-White, C.J. (1974) The persuasiveness of labels: attitude change produced through definition of the attitude continuum, European Journal of Social Psychology 4: 89-92.
- Eiser, J.R. and Ross, M. (1977) Partisan language, immediacy and attitude change, European Journal of Social Psychology 7: 477-89.
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