Resource Theory of Social Exchange

Abstract

People tend to describe their interpersonal encounters in terms of emotions and attitudes. After a party, we may remark: “It was an interesting evening,” “I felt very much at home,” “It was a drag,” or “I felt left out.” These statements do not describe what happened at the party; rather, they refer to the effect the party had on us. Expressions of mood… (More)

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