Psychology Of Trust

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Western societies today are facing a crisis of trust. Politicians, journalists, police officers, church officials, CEOs: All are increasingly distrusted. But what explains this lack of trust? And how is trust developed and maintained? Drawing on a wide range of psychological theories, The Psychology of Trust addresses trust issues that are directly relevant to peoples’ experiences in their daily lives. It seeks to identify the factors that cause people to trust, the contexts for and consequences of trust, and the crucial role that trust plays in humans and their relationships.

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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 issues in health, politics, terrorism, the workplace, and religious faith. It also explores the impact of a lack of trust, and what causes distrust of individuals, groups and organisations.

In a world where trust impacts our daily lives, The Psychology of Trust shows the role trust plays in our relationships, and provides practical guidance regarding our own trust in others.

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Weight 0.136 kg
Dimensions 19.7 × 13.3 × 1 cm
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Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Paperback

Pages

114

Language

English

Edition
Dewey

155.92 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K

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