3.2.3 Διαμόρφωση Στερεοτύπων και η Ανάπτυξη των Προσωπικών Χαρακτηριστικών

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Further Reading List

Kugler T., Neeman Z., Vulkan N. (2014) Personality traits and strategic behavior: Anxiousness and aggressiveness in entry games, Journal of Economic Psychology, 42, pp. 135-147.

Shariffadeen T. (2009) The role of culture and values in enabling transformation towards knowledge economies: lessons from two countries, High Level International Conference on Building Knowledge Economies for Job Creation, Increased Competitiveness and Balances Development. Carthage: Tunisian Government and ISESCO.

Sherman S.J., Sherman W., Jeffrey P.J.E., Soderberg K.C. (2015) Stereotype Development and Formation, (Chapter 27).