Interpersonal comparisons in Piaget's interpersonal equilibrium

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Examines a model of dyadic interpersonal equilibrium, based on Piaget's (1941, 1965) work on social equilibrium of interpersonal values. Piaget's conception rests basically on the idea of an interpersonal balance between the action of one individual and the satisfaction of the other individual. The aim pursued here is to reformulate and to reinterpret Piaget's interpersonal equilibrium, placing special emphasis on the problem of interpersonal comparisons. (French summary) (10 ref) (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2007 APA, all rights reserved)

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