Dean G. Pruitt spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Negotiation, Conflict resolution, Social conflict and Stalemate. His studies in Social psychology integrate themes in fields like Power over and Power. His Negotiation research includes themes of Competition, Self-disclosure and Public relations.
His Public relations research incorporates themes from Mediation, Conflict resolution research and Negotiation theory. His Stalemate research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Political economy and Settlement. His Group problem solving research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Developmental psychology and Group dynamic.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Negotiation, Mediation, Conflict resolution and Social conflict. His research ties Developmental psychology and Social psychology together. His Negotiation research integrates issues from Optimism, Adversary and Public relations.
His study in Optimism is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Political economy, Settlement and International relations. His research integrates issues of Flexibility and Law and economics in his study of Public relations. Dean G. Pruitt works mostly in the field of Mediation, limiting it down to concerns involving Arbitration and, occasionally, Collective bargaining.
Dean G. Pruitt mainly investigates Negotiation, Social psychology, Conflict resolution, Optimism and Law. His Negotiation research includes elements of Computer security, Terrorism and Politics. His Terrorism research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Flexibility, Northern Ireland peace process, Backchannel and Public relations.
His study focuses on the intersection of Social psychology and fields such as De-escalation with connections in the field of Mathematical economics. His work carried out in the field of Conflict resolution brings together such families of science as Cognitive science, Data science and Library science. The various areas that Dean G. Pruitt examines in his Optimism study include Political economy, Case method, Outcome, Ethnic group and Settlement.
His primary areas of study are Negotiation, Suicide prevention, Conflict resolution, Politics and Computer security. Dean G. Pruitt combines topics linked to Public relations with his work on Negotiation. His Suicide prevention research incorporates elements of Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
Dean G. Pruitt interconnects Adversary, Mediation, Data science and Flexibility in the investigation of issues within Conflict resolution. Within one scientific family, Dean G. Pruitt focuses on topics pertaining to Value under Flexibility, and may sometimes address concerns connected to External validity and Flexibility. The Politics study combines topics in areas such as Optimism, Political economy and Settlement.
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Negotiation in Social Conflict
Dean G. Pruitt;Peter J. Carnevale.
NEGOTIATION AND MEDIATION
Peter J. Carnevale;Dean G. Pruitt.
Annual Review of Psychology (1992)
Twenty Years of Experimental Gaming: Critique,Synthesis, and Suggestions for the Future
Dean G. Pruitt;Melvin J. Kimmel.
Annual Review of Psychology (1977)
Development of integrative solutions in bilateral negotiation.
Dean G. Pruitt;Steven A. Lewis.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1975)
Social conflict : escalation, stalemate, and settlement
Jeffrey Z Rubin;Dean G Pruitt;Sung Hee Kim.
Published in <b>1994</b> in New York NY) by McGraw-Hill (1994)
Effects of trust, aspiration, and gender on negotiation tactics.
Melvin J. Kimmel;Dean G. Pruitt;John M. Magenau;Ellen Konar-Goldband.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1980)
Strategic Choice in Negotiation
Dean G. Pruitt.
American Behavioral Scientist (1983)
Social conflict: Escalation, stalemate, and settlement, 2nd ed.
Jeffrey Z. Rubin;Dean G. Pruitt;Sung Hee Kim.
The Mediation Process The Effects of Mediator Bias and Disputant Power
Gary L. Welton;Dean G. Pruitt.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (1987)
Choice shifts in group discussion: An introductory review.
Dean G. Pruitt.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1971)
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