Relational Models Theory and Research:
A Bibliography

This bibliography is limited to works applying, critiquing, or developing relational models theory in a major way; it excludes mere citations, works that simply summarize the theory, and relatively brief applications of the theory.  Unfortunately, this bibliography does not include works in languages other than English and French unless authors or readers have communicated about them to me.  Blog posting are not included.

Alan Fiske maintains this bibliography; please inform me of additions, updates, and corrections:
Last updated 
2 November 2012. 

NB: Much of the early research on relationa models is reviewed in:
Haslam, Nick 2004.  Research on the Relational Models: An Overview.  In N. Haslam, Ed., Relational Models Theory: A Contemporary Overview (pp. 27–57). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.   PDF

For a brief, elementary introduction to relational models theory, see this PDF.

Allen, Nicholas B., Gilbert, Paul, & Semadar, Assaf 2004. Depressed mood as an interpersonal strategy: The importance of relational models.  In N. Haslam, Ed., Relational Models Theory: A Contemporary Overview, 309–334. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Allen, Nicholas B., Semadar, Assaf, & Haslam, Nick  2005.  Relationship Patterns Associated with Dimensions of Vulnerability to Psychopathology.  Cognitive Therapy and Research  29:737–750.   DOI: 10.1007/s10608-005-4607-6  PDF

Amir, On, & Ariely, Dan 2007.  Decisions by Rules: The Case of Unwillingness to Pay for Beneficial Delays.  Journal of Marketing Research 44:142–152.

Arrow, Holly, & Burns, K. L.  2004.  Self-Organizing Culture: How Norms Emerge in Small Groups.  In Mark Schaller & Christian S. Crandall, Eds., The Psychological Foundations of Culture (pp. 171–200). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. 

Atzori, Luigi, Antonio Iera, & Giacomo Morabito. "Making things socialize in the Internet—Does it help our lives?." In Kaleidoscope 2011: The Fully Networked Human?-Innovations for Future Networks and Services (K-2011), Proceedings of ITU, pp. 1-8. IEEE, 2011.  PDF

Bagley, Sylvia Stralberg 2007. Alternative Assessment and Academic Identity in a Progressive High School. PhD dissertation, UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies.

Bagley, Sylvia Stralberg 2010.  Students, Teachers and Alternative Assessment in Secondary School: Relational Models Theory (RMT) in the Field of Education.  The Australian Educational Researcher 37: 83–106.

Baldwin, Mark 2000. Relational schemas: The representation, activation, and application of interpersonal knowledge. Paper presented at the conference on Relational models in the disciplines, Buffalo, May 20.

Bauwens, Michel 2005.  The Political Economy of Peer Production.  CTHEORY (Arthur and Marilouise Kroker, Editors.) 1000 Days of Theory, td026.  and

Bauwens, Michel  2005.  P2P and Human Evolution: Peer to Peer as the Premise of a New Mode of Civilization.  and

Bauwens, Michel 2006.  P2P Economic Potential As An Alternative Production Approach.

Bauwens, Michel 2006.  Peer-to-Peer: From Technology to Politics.  In Jan Servaes & Nico Carpentier, Eds., Towards a Sustainable Information Society: Deconstructing WSIS  (pp. 151–168).  Bristol, UK: Intellect Books.

Beugré, Constant D. 2007.  A Cultural Perspective of Organizational Justice. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing  (See Chapter 3, Models of Culture).

Bevan, Andrew 2007.  Stone Vessels and Values in the Bronze Age Mediterranean: Vessels and Values in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Bevan, Andrew 2010. Making and Marking Relationships: Bronze Age Brandings and Mediterranean Commodities.  In Andrew Bevan and David Wengrow, Eds., Cultures of Commodity Branding (pp.35-85). Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press.

Biber, Pascal, Hupfeld, Jörg, & Meier, Laurenz L. 2008. Personal Values and Relational Models. European Journal of Personality 22: 609–628.   DOI: 10.1002/per.693

Björnberg, Ulla n.d.  Gender and Domestic Work: The Moral Economy of the Family.  Working paper, Department of Sociology, Göteborg University.

Björnberg, Ulla, & Kollind, Anna-Karin  2002.  Equality: A Contested Concept.  In Rita Liljeström & Elisabeth Özdalga, Eds., Autonomy and Dependence in the Family: Turkey and Sweden in Critical Perspective (pp. 177–196). Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul, Transactions, Volume 2.  London: Routledge. 

Björnberg, Ulla, & Kollind, Anna-Karin  2005.  Individualism and Families: Equality, Autonomy and Togetherness.  London: Routledge.

Blois, Keith & Annmarie Ryan 2010. The changing nature of the „atmosphere in B2B relationships.  Work-in-Progress Paper.

Bloom, Paul 2010.  How Pleasure Works: The New Science of Why We Like What We Like. New York: Norton.  See pp. 94–97.

Boer, Niels-Ingvar  2002. The Implications of Different Models of Social Relations for Understanding Knowledge Sharing. In Andriessen, J. H. Erik, Soekijad, M., & Keasberry, H., Eds., Support for Knowledge Sharing in Communities. Delft: DUP Science.

Boer, Niels-Ingvar 2005.  Knowledge Sharing within Organizations: A Situated and Relational Perspective. PhD dissertation, Erasmus Research Institute of Management, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Erasmus School of Economics.

Boer, Niels-Ingvar, Hans Berends, & Peter J. van Baalen 2009.  Relational Models for Knowledge Sharing Behavior: A Comparative Case Study.  Manuscript. 

Boer, Niels-Ingvar, Hans Berends, & Peter J. van Baalen  2011.  Relational models for knowledge sharing behavior.  European Management Journal 29 (2):85–97.  PDF

Boer, Niels-Ingvar, van Baalen, P. J., & Kumar, K.  2005. Knowledge Sharing within Organizations: A Situated and Relational Perspective. ERIM thesis, Erasmus University, Rotterdam.  PDF

Boer, Niels-Ingvar, van Baalen, P. J., & Kumar, K.  2004. The implications of different models of social relations for understanding knowledge sharing.  In Tsoukas, H. and Mylonopoulos, N. (Eds), Organizations as Knowledge Systems: Knowledge, Learning and Dynamic Capabilities (pp. 130-153). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.  PDF

Boer, N. I. & Berends, H. 2003. The relational dimension of knowledge sharing: an empirical study of an industrial research group. Fourth European Conference on Organizational Knowledge (OKLC). Barcelona.  PDF

Boldero, Jennifer M., Garry L. Robins, Benedict J. Williams, Jillian J. Francis, Anne Hampton, Annabelle J. Fourie 2009.  Relational discrepancies and emotion: The moderating roles of relationship type and relational discrepancy valence.  Asian Jounral of Social Psychology 12:259–273.  DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-839X.2009.01290.x

Bolender, John 2003. The genealogy of the moral modules.  Minds and Machines 13 (2): 233-255   PDF

Bolender, John 2004.  Two Accounts of Moral Diversity: The Cognitive Science of Pluralism and Absolutism. Yeditepe'de Felsefe 1(3). Cogprints PDF

Bolender John 2007. Hints of beauty in social cognition: Broken symmetries in mental dynamics. New Ideas in Psychology, in press.

Bolender, John 2007.  Self-Organization in the Development of Social Cognition: Symmetry Breaking and the Relational-Models Framework.  Psychologia 50, 255–272.

Bolender, John 2010.  The Self-Organizing Social Mind.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, in press.  (Foreword by A. P. Fiske.)

Bolender 2011.  Digital Social Mind.  Imprint Academic. 

Brekke,  Andreas 2005.  How Should You Act?  21st IMP Conference, Rotterdam.

Brewer, Devin D., Rinaldi, G., Mogoutov, A., & Valente, T. W. 2005. A Quantitative Review of Associative Patterns in the Recall of Persons. Journal of Social Structure, 6(1).

Brogman, Kathryn, & Boudreau, Marie-Claude 2004.  The Dance: Getting Managers and Miners on the Floor Together.  ASAC, Québec.  [about data mining]

Brito, R., Waldzus, S., Sekerdej, M., & Schubert, T.  2010.  The contexts and structures of relating to others: How memberships in different types of groups shape the construction of interpersonal relationships. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. Published on line November 11, 2010 as doi:10.1177/0265407510384420.

Bundick, Paul Leslie 2009.  Social Capital Strategies O\of Microentrepreneurs: An Inquiry into the Business Use of Relational Models at the Base of New Delhi’s Export Garment Industry.  PhD Dissertation, Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, CA. UMI # 3371257.

Caralis, D., & Haslam, N. 2004. Relational tendencies associated with broad personality dimensions. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 77(3):397–402.  PDF

Carmona, Guilherme 2006.  On the Optimality of the Equality Matching Form of Sociality.  FEUNL Working Paper Series No. 489.  Available at SSRN:, or, or

Carmona, Guilherme, and Sabourian, Hamid 2009.  Equality Matching: An Optimal Risk Sharing Institution. and

Chacar, Aya S., & Hesterly, William 2008.  Institutional Settings and Rent Appropriation by Knowledge-based Employees: The Case of Major League Baseball.  Managerial and Decision Economics 29:117–136.  DOI: 10.1002/mde.1395

Chanchani, Shalin, & Theivanathampillai, Paul  2001. Typologies of Culture. University of Otago Accountancy and Business Law, Working Papers.  PDF

Chuang, Yao-Chia 1998.  The cognitive structure of role-norms in Taiwan.  Asian Journal of Social Psychology 1:239–251.  PDF

Chuang, Yao-Chia 2005. Effects of Interaction Pattern on Family Harmony and Well-Being: Test of Interpersonal Theory, Relational-Models Theory, and Confucian Ethics. Asian Journal of Social Psychology 8:272–291.  PDF

Claro, Edmundo 2007.  Exchange Relationships and the Environment: The Acceptability of Compensation in the Citing of Waste Disposal Facilities.  Environmental Values 16:187–208.  DOI: 10.3197/096327107780474519

Connelley, Debra 1997. Hidden bias: The effect of relational models on assessments of human resource systems in a demographically diverse organization. Working paper No. 798, School of Management, State University of New York at Buffalo.

Connelley, Debra Louis, & Folger, Robert 2004.  Hidden bias: The impact of relational models on perceptions of fairness in human resource systems.  In N. Haslam, Ed., Relational Models Theory: A Contemporary Overview (pp. 197–220). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.         

Dapretto, Mirella; Pfeifer, Jennifer; Greenfield, Patricia; & Fiske, Alan Page 2007.  Watching social interactions activates children’s “default” dorsomedial prefrontal and medial parietal system. Manuscript in preparation (provisional title & authorship). 

Davis, Helen L. 2011.  Death of a Companion Animal: Understanding Human Responses to Bereavement.  In Christopher Blazina, Güler Boyraz, & David Shen-Miller, Eds., The Psychology of the Human–Animal Bond: A Resource for Clinicians and Researchers (pp. 225–242). New York: Springer. DOI 10.1007/978-1-4419-9761-6_13  PDF

DeScioli, Peter, & Krishna, Siddhi  2012.  Giving to Whom? Altruism in Different Types of Relationships.  Journal of Economic Psychology, forthcoming.

DeVoe, Sanford E., & Jeffrey Pfeffer 2010.  The Stingy Hour: How Accounting for Time Affects Volunteering.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36:470­–483. DOI: 10.1177/0146167209359699,%202010,%20PSPB.pdf

DeVoe, Sanford E., & Sheena S. Iyengar 2010.  Medium of Exchange Matters: What's Fair for Goods Is Unfair for Money. Psychological Science 21: 159–162.  DOI: 10.1177/0956797609357749

Earle, Timothy C. 2004.  Thinking Aloud about Trust: A Protocol Analysis of Trust in Risk Management.  Risk Analysis 24:169–183.  DOI: 10.1111/j.0272-4332.2004.00420.x

Earle, T. C., & Cvetkovich, G. 1997. Culture, cosmopolitanism, and risk management. Risk Analysis, 17, 55-65.

Earle, T. C., & Cvetkovich, G. 1999. Social Trust and Culture in Risk Management. In George Cvetkovich & Ragnar E. Löfstedt, Eds., Social Trust and the Management of Risk (pp. 9-21). London: Earthscan.

Earley, P. Christopher. 1997. Face, Harmony, and Social Structure: An Analysis of Organizational Behavior Across Cultures. New York: Oxford University Press.  Excerpt PDF

Earley, P. C. 1998. Exploring new directions in cultural context: Applying Triandis’ typology to organizational face theory. In J. L. C. Cheng & R. B. Peterson Eds., Advances in International Comparative Management, vol. 12 pp. 45-52. Stamford, CT: JAI Press.

Earley, P. Christopher 2001.  Understanding Social Motivation from an Interpersonal Perspective: Organizational Face Theory.  In Erez, Miriam, Kleinbeck, Uwe, & Thierry, Henk, Eds., Work Motivation in the Context of a Globalizing Economy (pp. 369–380).  Erlbaum.

Englebert, Pierre  1996.  Burkina Faso: Unsteady Statehood in West Africa.  Boulder, CO: Westview Press (see pp. 81–83).

Farkas, Victoria J., (Ed.). 2010.  Customer Relations.  Hauppauge NY: Nova Science. (“This book presents topical research data in the study of customer relations, including how consumers use Alan P. Fiske's relational models framework to construct their relationships with service organizations.”)

Fiddick, Lawrence, & Cummins, Denise  2007.  Are Perceptions of Fairness Relationship-Specific? The Case of Noblesse Oblige.  The Quarterly Journal Of Experimental Psychology 60:16–31.  DOI: 10.1080/17470210600577266

Fiske, A. P. 1990. Relativity within Moose “Mossi” culture: Four incommensurable models for social relationships. Ethos 18:180-204.  PDF

Fiske, A. P. 1991. Structures of social life: The four elementary forms of human relations. New York: Free Press. {Order from Simon and Schuster.  Contents, index, and covers from Amazon.}

Fiske, A. P. 1991. The cultural relativity of selfish individualism: Anthropological evidence that humans are inherently social. In M. Clark Ed., Review of Personality and Social Psychology, 12: Altruism and prosocial behavior pp. 176-214. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

Fiske, A. P. 1992. The four elementary forms of sociality: Framework for a unified theory of social relations. Psychological Review 99:689-723.  PDF

Fiske, A. P. 1993. Social errors in four cultures: Evidence about universal forms of social relations. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 24, 463-494.  PDF

Fiske, A. P. 1995. Social schemata for remembering people: Relationships and person attributes that affect clustering in free recall of acquaintances. Journal of Quantitative Anthropology 5: 305-324.   PDF

Fiske, A. P. 1998. Human Sociality. International Society for the Study of Personal Relationships Bulletin, 14(2), 4-9.  PDF

Fiske, A. P. 2000. Complementarity theory: Why human social capacities evolved to require cultural complements. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 4, 76-94.  PDF

Fiske, A. P. 2002.  Moral emotions provide the self-control needed to sustain social relationships.  Self and Identity  1:169-175. DOI:10.1080/152988602317319357  PDF

Fiske, A. P. 2004. Four modes of constituting relationships: Consubstantial assimilation; space, magnitude, time and force;  concrete procedures;  abstract symbolism.  In N. Haslam, Ed., Relational Models Theory: A Contemporary Overview pp. 61–146.  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Fiske, A. P. 2004. Relational models theory 2.0.  In N. Haslam, Ed., Relational Models Theory: A Contemporary Overview, 3–25. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.  PDF

Fiske, A. P.  2005. Social relations: Culture, development, natural selection, cognition, the brain, and pathology.  In P. A. M. Van Lange, Ed., Bridging Social Psychology: The Benefits of Transdisciplinary Approaches. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.  PDF

Fiske, A. P. 2010.  Dispassionate Heuristic Rationality Fails to Sustain Social Relationships. In Andrea W. Mates, Lisa Mikesell, and Michael S. Smith, Eds. Discourse, Sociality, and Frontotemporal Dementia: Reverse Engineering the Social Brain (pp. 197–239)London: Equinox.

Fiske, A. P. 2009.  How Children Engage in Culturally Informed Relationships: Core Relational Psychology and Cultural Transmission.  Manuscript under revision.

Fiske, A. P., & Fiske, Susan T.  2007. Social relations in our species and our cultures.  In S. Kitayama and D. Cohen, Eds., Handbook of Cultural Psychology (283–306).  New York: Guilford.   

Fiske, A. P., & Haslam, N. 1996. Social cognition is thinking about relationships. Current Directions in Psychological Science 5:143-148.  PDF

Fiske, A. P., & Haslam, N. 1997. The structure of social substitutions: A test of relational models theory. European Journal of Social Psychology 25:725-729.  PDF

Fiske, A. P., & Haslam, N. 1997a. Prerequisites for satisfactory relationships. In L. Meyer, M. Grenot-Scheyer, B. Harry, H-S. Park, & I. Schwartz Eds., Making friends: Understanding the social worlds of children and youth. Baltimore: Paul H. Brooks.   PDF

Fiske, A. P., & Haslam, N. 2005. The four basic social bonds: Structures for coordinating interaction.  In Mark Baldwin, Ed., Interpersonal Cognition, 267–298. New York: Guilford.   PDF

Fiske, A. P., Haslam, N., & Fiske, S. 1991. Confusing one person with another: What errors reveal about the elementary forms of social relations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 60, 656-674.  PDF

Fiske, A. P. & Lisa Schubert 2011.  How to Relate to People: The Extra-Terrestrial’s Guide to Homo sapiens. Forthcoming in  Omri Gillath, Glenn Adams, & Adrianne D. Kunkel, A. D. (Eds.). New Directions in Relationship  Research: Integrating Across Disciplines and Theoretical Approaches. American Psychological Association.

Fiske, A. P., & Tetlock, P. E. 1997. Taboo Tradeoffs: Reactions to Transactions that Transgress Spheres of Exchange. Political Psychology 17: 255–294.  PDF
(See an interesting application of this framework to tort judgments: MacCoun, R. J. 2000. The costs and benefits of letting juries punish corporations: Comment on Viscusi. Stanford Law Review 52(6): 1821–1828.) 

Fiske, A. P., & Tetlock, P. E. 2000. Taboo tradeoffs: Constitutive prerequisites for political and social life. In S. A. Renshon & J. Duckitt Eds., Political psychology: Cultural and cross cultural perspectives pp. 47-65. London: Macmillan.

Fiske, A. P., Thomsen, Lotte, & Thein, Seinenu 2009.  Differently Embodying Different Relationships. (Comment.)  European Journal of Social Psychology 39:1294–1297.  DOI: 10.1002/ejsp.697

Florsheim, Paul, & Tim Fowles 2007.  An Interpersonal-Developmental Perspective on Juvenile Justice Systems. Journal of Law and Family Studies 10:147–171.

Folger, R., Sheppard, B. H., & Buttram, R. T. 1995. Equity, equality, and need: Three faces of social justice. In B. Bunker & J. Z. Zucker Eds., Conflict, cooperation, and justice, 261-289. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Folger, Robert, & Butz, Rebecca 2004.  Relational models, “deonance,” and moral antipathy to the powerfully unjust.  In N. Haslam, Ed., Relational Models Theory: A Contemporary Overview, 221–243. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Ford, Jeffrey D., & Ford, Laurie W.  2009.  Resistance to Change: A Reexamination and Extension.  Research in Organizational Change and Development 17:211–239.

Forsyth, D. W. 1995. Commentary on Fiske’s models of social relations. Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought, 18, 119-153.  PDF

Frone, Michael R. 2000.  Interpersonal Conflict at Work and Psychological Outcomes: Testing a Model among Young Workers. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 5:246-255.  DOI 10.1037/1076-8998.5.2.246

Gannon, Martin J. 2003. Understanding Global Cultures: Metaphorical Journeys Through 28 Nations, Clusters of Nations, and Continents. Third Edition.  Sage Publications.  {Sage web site for book}

Gannon, Martin J.  2007.  Paradoxes of Culture and Globalization.  Los Angeles: Sage.

Garner, Mark, Raschka, Christine, & Sercombe, Peter 2006.  Sociolinguistic Minorities, Research, and Social Relationships.  Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 27:61–78.

Giessner, Steffen R., & Schubert, Thomas W. 2007.  High in the Hierarchy: How Vertical Location and Judgments of Leaders’ Power Are Interrelated. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes Volume 104: 30-44.

Giessner, Steffen R., Ryan, M. K., & Schuber, Thomas W. 2008. The Power of Pictures: Vertical Picture Angles and Power Perceptions. Paper presented at the 2008 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, and submitted for publication.

Giessner, Steffen R. & Niels van Quaquebeke  2010.  Using a relational models perspective to understand normatively appropriate conduct in ethical leadership.  In press, Journal of Business Ethics.

Gladwell, Malcolm 2010.  Talent Grab; Why Do We Pay Our Stars So Much Money?  Annals of Business. The New Yorker, October 11, 2010, pp. 84ff.

Goldman, Alvin I. 1993. Ethics and Cognitive Science. Ethics 103: 337-360.

Goodenough, Ward H. 1997.  Moral Outrage: Territoriality in Human Guise. Zygon 32:5–27.  PDF

Goodnow, J. J. 1998. Beyond the Overall Balance: The Significance of Particular Tasks and Procedures for Perceptions of Fairness in Household Work Distributions. Social Justice Research11:359-376.  PDF

Goodnow, Jacqueline J. 2004.  The domain of work in households: A relational models approach.  In N. Haslam, Ed., Relational Models Theory: A Contemporary Overview pp. 167–196. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Goodwin, Robin 1999.  Personal Relationships Across Cultures.  Routledge.  (pp. 30–33). 

Greenfield, Patricia; Pfeifer, Jennifer; Fiske, Alan Page; Thomsen, Lotte; Lovelace,  Valeria; Blazejko, Agnieszka; & Lim, Hwee Chee  2007.  The Development of Children’s Understanding of Social Relations: Communal Sharing and Authority Ranking.  Manuscript in preparation.

Grinberg, Maurice, Evgenia Hristova, & Milena Borisova  2012.  Cooperation in Prisoner’s Dilemma Game: Influence of Social Relations.  Building Bridges Across Cognitive Sciences Around the World:  Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Sapporo, Japan, pp. 408–413.  PDF

Hartl, Susanne D. 2012.  The Role of Culture in Managing Diversity: How Culturally Based Heuristics Differ in Minority and Non-Minority Managerial Decision Making.  PhD dissertation, Capella University.  UMI Number: 3505733.  PDF

Haslam, N. 1994. Categories of social relationship. Cognition, 53, 59-90. PDF

Haslam, N. 1994. Mental representation of social relationships: Dimensions, laws, or categories? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 67, 575-584.

Haslam, N. 1995. A grammar of social relations. Transcultural Psychiatric Research Review, 32, 41-57.  PDF

Haslam, N. 1995. Factor structure of social relationships. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 12:217-227.

Haslam, N. 1997. Four grammars for primate social relations. In J. Simpson & D. Kenrick Eds., Evolutionary social psychology pp. 293-312. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Haslam, N. 1997. Personality disorders as social categories. Transcultural Psychiatry, 34, 473-479.

Haslam, N. 1999. Taxometric and related methods in relationships research. Personal Relationships, 6, 519-534.

Haslam, Nick 2004.  A relational approach to the personality disorders.  In N. Haslam, Ed., Relational Models Theory: A Contemporary Overview pp. 335–362. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Haslam, Nick 2004.  Research on the relational models: An overview.  In N. Haslam, Ed., Relational Models Theory: A Contemporary Overview pp. 27–57. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.   PDF

Haslam, Nick, Ed., 2004.  Relational Models Theory: A Contemporary Overview.  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.  {See book contents or order book from Erlbaum}

Haslam, N., & Cleland, C. M. 1995. Core configurations, repeated assemblies, and relational models: Commentary on Caporael on group selection. or

Haslam, N., & Fiske, A. P. 1992. Implicit relational prototypes: Investigating five theories of the cognitive organization of social relationships. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 28, 441-474.  Abstract doi:10.1016/0022-1031(92)90041-H

Haslam, N., & Fiske, A. P. 1999. Relational models theory: A confirmatory factor analysis. Personal Relationships, 6, 241-250.  PDF

Haslam, N. & Fiske, A. P. 2004. Social Expertise: Theory of Mind or Theory of Relationships?  In N. Haslam, Ed., Relational Models Theory: A Contemporary Overview, 147–163.  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Haslam, N., Reichert, T., & Fiske, A. P. 2002. Aberrant Social Relations in the Personality Disorders. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 75:19–31.  PDF

Heath, Robert L. 2001. Handbook of Public Relations.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 

Herriot, Peter 2002. The Employment Relationship.  Routledge.  (pp. 120–129).

Heyman, James and Ariely, Dan  2004. Effort for Payment: A Tale of Two Markets. Psychological Science 15(11):787–793.

Hobbs, Pamela, Fiske, A. P.  2005.  Compliance Results from the Perception of Law as the Expression of Relational Models: Empirical Evidence for Natural Law.  Manuscript.

Hoppe, Angela K., Snall, Lisa, & Cocroft 1996. Elementary Structures of Social Interaction.  In Tsukasa Nichida, Ed., Communication in Personal Relationships Across Cultures (pp. 57–80).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Hove, Michael J., & Risen, Jane L.  2009.  It’s All in the Timing: Interpersonal Synchrony Increases Affiliation. Social Cognition 27: 949–960.

Houde, Leah D. 2003.  A Partner of Choice: A Study of Relational Models in Employment Relationships. Doctoral dissertation, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University.  UMI n. 3114970

Houde, Leah D., Sherman, Dana M., White, Tiffany B., & Sheppard, Blair H. 2004.  The four faces of trust: An empirical study of the nature of trust in relational forms.  In N. Haslam, Ed., Relational Models Theory: A Contemporary Overview pp. 287–306. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Huang Hsin Ping 2002.  The Differential Effect of Communal Sharing and Equality Matching Norm on the Family Interaction and Well-being. MA Thesis, National Pingtung University of Education (Taiwan).

Hwang, Kwang-Kuo  2012. The Construction of the Face and Favor Model.  Foundations of Chinese Psychology: Confucian Social Relations, Chapter 12: 69–98.  New York: Springer. 

Iacoboni, M., Lieberman, M. D., Knowlton, B. J., Molnar-Szakacs, I., Moritz, M., Throop, C. J., & Fiske, A. P. 2004. Watching social interactions produces dorsomedial prefrontal and medial parietal BOLD fMRI signal increases compared to a resting baseline.  NeuroImage 21:1167–1173  PDF

Jackendoff, Ray S. 1992. Is there a faculty of social cognition?  In R. S. Jackendoff, Languages of the mind: Essays on mental representation. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Jackendoff, Ray S. 1994. Patterns in the Mind: Language and Human Nature. New York: Basic Books.

Jackendoff, Ray S. 1995. The Conceptual Structure of Intending and Volitional Action. In H. Campos & P. Kempchinsky, Eds., Evolution and Revolution in Linguistic Theory: Studies in Honor of Carlos P. Otero, pp. 198-227. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.

Jackendoff, Ray S. 2007.  Language, Consciousness, Culture; Essays on Mental Structure, pp. 307–312, 327–8.  Cambridge: MIT Press. 

Jackendoff, R. S. 1999. The Natural Logic of Rights and Obligations. In R. S. Jackendoff & P. Bloom, Eds., Language, Logic, and Concepts: Essays in Memory of John Macnamara, pp. 67-95. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Kaltcheva, Velitchka D., & Parasuraman, A. 2008.  Personality-Relatedness and Reciprocity Framework for Analyzing Retailer–Consumer Interactions.  Journal of Business Research 62: 601–608.  doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2008.05.019  

Kaltcheva, Velitchka D., Winsor, Robert D. & Parasuraman, A. 2010.  The Impact of Customers’ Relational Models on Price-Based Defection.  Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice 18: 5–22.

Kaltcheva, Velitchka D., Robert D. Winsor, & Anthony Patino 2010 (in press).  Alan P. Fiske’s Relational-Models Framework: Applications to Customers’ Relationships with Service Marketers.  In Frank Columbus, Ed., Customer Relations.  Hauppauge, NU: Nova Science. 

Khatri, Naresh 2011.  A Taxonomy of Supervisor-Subordinate Exchanges Across Cultures.  IIMB Management Review 23:71–80.  (Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore).  doi:10.1016/j.iimb.2011.03.002

Khatri, Naresh, Tsang, Eric W. K., & Begley, Thomas M.  2006. Cronyism: a cross-cultural analysis.  Journal of International Business Studies 37: 61-75.  doi:10.1057/palgrave.jibs.8400171

Kim, Sung Hui  2011.  The Diversity Double Standard.  North Carolina Law Review 89:945–1001.  PDF  or  PDF

Ki-Zerbo, Lazare  2001. Schütz and the rational choice debate in African economics.  Review of Austrian Economics 14:2/3, 157–172.  PDF

Koerner, Ascan F. 2002.  Appealing to the Heart of a Social-Relationship: The Role of Relational Models in Pro-Social Message Processing and Persuasion.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, Seoul, South Korea, July.  PDF

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