The Perspective and Psychological Mechanisms of Interpersonal Trust
The trust study was begun in the 1960s and had received widespread attentions in various fields. The current study of interpersonal trust is mainly on social exchange, personality traits, social scenarios, dual perspective and the integration perspectives. Researchers explored the psychological mechanisms in establishing and maintaining interpersonal trust from several theories, which are exchange of the scene, the different stage of development model, circulation growth model and the double helix model. There are still some problems in these studies, such as the distinction of the concept of trust and cooperation, the cultural universality of the findings, and the concerns of trust study. Future research should strengthen the indigenous research of trust and to expand the scope of the study.
文章引用: 赵 娜 , 周明洁 , 张建新 (2014) 人际信任研究视角及其心理机制。 心理学进展， 4， 48-55. doi: 10.12677/AP.2014.41010
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