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Psychology of trust

Bernadette R. Curtis

Psychology of trust

by Bernadette R. Curtis

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Published by Nova Science Publishers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trust

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementBernadette R. Curtis, editor
    SeriesPsychology of emotions, motivations and actions, Psychology of emotions, motivations, and actions series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF575.T7 P793 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 218 p. :
    Number of Pages218
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25131340M
    ISBN 101612098436
    ISBN 109781612098432
    LC Control Number2011004611
    OCLC/WorldCa701809978

    What makes us trust people? How is trust developed and maintained? Is Western society facing a crisis of trust? The Psychology of Trust addresses trust issues that are directly relevant to peoples’ experiences in their daily lives. It identifies the factors that cause people to trust, and the consequences of trust for real world [ ]. Interpersonal trust is currently receiving widespread attention in the academy. A fast-growing legal literature can draw insights from trust scholars in several other fields, including sociology, 1. psychology, 2. political science, 3. economics, 4. neuroscience, 5. medicine, 6. and management. 7. to explore the effects of legal policy on the.

    In psychology, trust is believing that the person who is trusted will do what is expected. It starts at the family and grows to others. According to the psychoanalyst Erik Erikson development of basic trust is the first state of psychosocial development occurring, or failing, during the first two years of life. David Gefen, PhD (Editor) Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, USA Series: Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions BISAC: PSY This book presents a series of new ideas in 16 chapters about trust in a variety of contexts and across disciplines. The chapters highlight the broad contexts to which trust research has been applied from e-commerce to online marketplaces, recommendation.

      Trust is indispensable to our everyday lives, yet it can be dangerous. Without trusting others, we cannot function in society, or even stay alive for very long, but being overly trustful can leave us open to exploitation and abuse. And not only is trust pragmatic, but it also has a moral dimension: trustworthiness is a virtue, and well-placed trust benefits us all. Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl. Paperback | Kindle | Audio. I can’t imagine a list of the best psychology books not including Frankl’s classic. I first read Man’s Search for Meaning in my early 20s. But it didn’t mean anything to me until rereading it in my mids. Frankl’s observations as a captive in a Nazi concentration camp during World War II are instructive for.


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Thirty of the sixty articles or books in Table 1 state that trust refers to a perceived attribute, or set of attributes, of the person trusted. These sources generally define trust in terms of beliefs or expectations about the other person (e.g., P believes O is competent; P expects O to act benevolently).

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