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Shaver, K. G., Gilbert, M. A., & Williams, M. C. (1975). Social psychology, criminal justice, and the principle of discretion: A selective review. , , 471-484.

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(1973).

Social psychology and the law:

A courtship of mutual advantage.

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, 357-361.

Shaver, K. G., & Cole, G. D. (1973). Perceived community problems: The differing views of

leaders and residents.

, , 105.

Shaver, K. G., Turnbull, A. A., & Sterling, M. P. (1973). Defensive attribution: Effects of occupational danger and locus of control; perceiver sex and self-esteem. , , 48.

Shaver, K. G. (1970). Defensive attribution: Effects of severity and relevance on the responsibility assigned for an accident. , 101-113.

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Shaver, K. G. (1970). Redress and conscientiousness in the attribution of responsibility for

accidents.

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Wheeler, L., Shaver, K. G., Jones, R. A., Goethals, G. R., Cooper, J., Robinson, J. E., Gruder, C. L., & Butzine, K. (1969). Factors affecting the choice of a comparison other. , , 219-232.

Jones, E. E., Rock, L., Shaver, K. G., Goethals, G. R., & Ward, L. M. (1968).

Pattern of

performance and ability attribution: ,

An unexpected primacy effect. , 317-340.

Jones, E. E., Stires, L. K., Shaver, K. G., & Harris, V. A. (1968). Evaluation of an ingratiator by

target persons and bystanders. 349-385.

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Stotland, E., Crawford, R., & Shaver, K. G. (1967). Set up for obtaining plethysmographic

recordings from several subjects simultaneously

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