Attitudes, Attitude Change, & Social Influence

Kelman HC. Continuity and change: My life as a social psychologist. In: In A.H. Eagly, R.M. Baron, & V.L. Hamilton, (Eds.), The social psychology of group identity and social conflict: Theory, application, and practice. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association ; 2004. pp. 233-275. Continuity_and_change_2004.pdf
Kelman HC. Ethical limits on the use of influence in hierarchical relationships. In: In J.M. Darley, D. Messick, & T.R. Tyler (Eds.), Social influences on ethical behavior in organizations. Mahwah, NJ, and London: Lawrence Erlbaum ; 2001. pp. 11-20. Ethical_limits.pdf
Kelman HC. Reflections on the social and psychological processes of legitimization and delegitimization. In: In J.T. Jost & B. Major (Eds.), The psychology of legitimacy: Emerging perspectives on ideology, justice, and intergroup relations . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press ; 2001. pp. 54-73. Reflections.pdf
Kelman HC. The social context of torture: Policy process and authority structure. In: In R.D. Crelinsten & A.P. Schmid (Eds.), The politics of pain: Torturers and their masters. Leiden, The Netherlands: COMT, University of Leiden ; 1993. pp. 21-38. Social_context_torture.pdf
Kelman HC. The role of action in attitude change. In: In H.E. Howe, Jr., & M.M. Page (Eds.), Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, 1979: Attitudes, values, and beliefs . Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press ; 1980. pp. 117-194. Role_of_Action_1980.pdf
Kelman HC. The role of the group in the induction of therapeutic change. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. 1963;13 :399-432. RoleoftheGroup.pdf
Kelman HC. Processes of opinion change. Public Opinion Quarterly. 1961;25 :57-78. ProcessesofOpinion.pdf