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 Ronald E. Smith - Psychology Dictionary of Arguments
 
Ronald E. Smith (1940), American Professor of Psychology and Director of Clinical Training at the University of Washington. His major works include Understanding sport behavior: a cognitive-affective processing systems approach (2006), Personality as a cognitive-affective processing system (2009, with Yuichi Shoda), and Conceptualizing personality as a cognitive-affective processing system: a framework for models of maladaptive behaviour patterns and change (2004, with Y. Shoda). His fields of specialization are psychological stress and coping, therapeutic assessment, and performance enhancement research and intervention.

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Author Item    More authors for concept
Smith, Ronald E. Affect   Affect
Smith, Ronald E. Beliefs   Beliefs
Smith, Ronald E. Control Processes   Control Processes
Smith, Ronald E. Encoding   Encoding
Smith, Ronald E. Expectancies   Expectancies
Smith, Ronald E. Motivation   Motivation
Smith, Ronald E. Networks   Networks
Smith, Ronald E. Personality   Personality
Smith, Ronald E. Situations   Situations
Smith, Ronald E. Social Cognition   Social Cognition
Smith, Ronald E. Social Learning   Social Learning

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-07-13