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Heidelberg: Asanger. Cognition as interaction. Harold Kelley February 16, — January 29, was an American social psychologist and professor of psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles. His major contributions have been the development of interdependence theory with John Thibaut ,   the early work of attribution theory,  and a lifelong interest in understanding close relationships processes.
Harold Kelley was born in Boise, Idaho. After graduating from high school, Kelley went on to Bakersfield Junior College ,  and by graduated with a B. As was the case for most social psychologists of his era, Kelley was hired by the Aviation Psychology Program of the army air force during World War II, where he worked on developing selection tests and analyzing the performance of aircrew members.
By the end of the war, Kelley was advised by his aviation mentor Stuart Cook to continue his education. Kelley obtained his Ph. In , Kelley accepted his first academic position as an assistant professor at Yale , where he worked with Carl Hovland and Irving Janis to write his first collaborative book "Communication and Persuasion".
He held many leadership roles, one being the chairman of some of the organizations at UCLA. His work ethic and his passion for social psychology, sparked an interest in students towards that field. They used Kelley as a role model to pursue their own individual careers in that same field of psychology.
He died of cancer in January in his Malibu home. One of Kelley's most widely cited theses was one he wrote in Influenced by Solomon Asch's experiment, which was speculating "positive" or "negative" impressions were determined by central traits, like "hot" or "cold. His findings replicated Asch's findings where the subjects tended to have more positive impressions when the person was to be described as "warm.
Harold Kelley's most important collaboration was with John Thibaut , with whom he developed interdependence theory. The theory is set up with a rewards and costs model similar to those used in game theory. The balance of rewards and costs between partners within a relationship as well as how well rewards and costs compare to what would be expected in another relationship predict relationship quality.
These reward and cost outcomes are often presented in matrices closely resembling the payoff matrices used in game theory ,  which had also been adapted in psychological research previously but not as comprehensively utilized. Each cell within the matrix then represents the reward and cost outcomes for both individuals given the particular combination of A's and B's actions.
Kelley's use of the matrices provided an objective visual representation of all possible outcomes in a given interaction. Kelley liked to consider his main contribution to be his work on interdependence theory and the social psychology of personal relationships.
Yet, he is also very well known for his contributions to attribution theory. Kelley published a number of important papers on attribution theory from —, which described the processes and manner that we attribute causality. Having completed his PhD with Kurt Lewin , Kelley was educated with a Gestalt Psychology perspective, such that the group is identified as greater than the sum of its parts. During his work on interdependence theory, he began questioning how people decide when a behavior is a function of an individual, or a function of their group or dyad membership.
Formalizing the work of Fritz Heider , Kelley presented these questions of how people attribute causality at the Nebraska Symposium on Motivation,  which catalyzed the further study of attributions. Kelley's view of the attribution theory assumes that the attributions we make are, for the most part, accurate and logical.
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