Michael Argyle connects relevant research areas such as Social relationship and Social relation in the domain of Social psychology. He integrates Social relation and Social psychology in his research. Michael Argyle performs integrative study on Function (biology) and Evolutionary biology in his works. He merges many fields, such as Evolutionary biology and Function (biology), in his writings. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Politics and Law in his work. His Proscription research extends to the thematically linked field of Law. Proscription is frequently linked to Politics in his study. He regularly links together related areas like Relation (database) in his Data mining studies. His study connects Data mining and Relation (database).
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Gaze and mutual gaze
Michael Argyle;Mark Cook.
The Psychology of Happiness
EYE-CONTACT, DISTANCE AND AFFILIATION.
Michael Argyle;Janet Dean.
The Oxford Happiness Questionnaire: a compact scale for the measurement of psychological well-being
Peter Hills;Michael Argyle.
Personality and Individual Differences (2002)
The social psychology of work
The Psychology of Money
Adrian Furnham;Michael Argyle.
Routledge: London. (1998) (2013)
The Psychology of Interpersonal Behaviour
The Social Psychology of Religion
Michael Argyle;Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi.
The Communication of Inferior and Superior Attitudes by Verbal and Non‐verbal Signals*
Michael Argyle;Veronica Salter;Hilary Nicholson;Marylin Williams.
The British journal of social and clinical psychology (1970)
Happiness as a function of personality and social encounters.
M Argyle;M Martin;J Crossland.
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