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Richard Petty

Author : J Chris Roselius
ISBN : 0766032981
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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"A biography of American NASCAR driver Richard Petty"--Provided by publisher.

Richard Petty

Author : Tim Bongard
ISBN : 1582613176
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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What were the first cars Richard Petty drove? Was his number always 43? When did he start painting the cars Petty Blue? How did Petty Enterprises end up with Pontiac? The list goes on and on. The more the authors researched, the more they realized that large portions of the King's career are obscure, a mystery to the legions of stock car racing fans and modelers who have discovered the sport in recent years. All this information and more is included for the die-hard race fan or modeler.

Richard Petty

Author : Ben Blake
ISBN : 9780760320419
Genre : Transportation
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Ben Blake, with photography by Dick Conway. Although the late Dale Earnhardt matched Richard Petty's record of seven NASCAR points titles, no one-not Earnhardt nor, most likely, any racer in the future-will approach several of King Richard's career records: 200 NASCAR victories, seven Daytona 500 wins, victories in 10 straight races (1967), 1,184 races started and 712 Top 10 finishes. In a sport where competitors are idolized, no one before or since has enjoyed as much fame and popularity as Richard Petty. This photo-history focuses on Petty's remarkable career. The son of a North Carolina stock car racing pioneer, Richard Petty knew little beyond cars and racing. Despite a slow start to his racing career, he achieved unprecedented levels of success and took the sport with him into the national spotlight

Richard Petty

Author : A. R. Schaefer
ISBN : 0736843787
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Highlights the life and racing career of "The King" of NASCAR racing.

Depression

Author : Richard Petty
ISBN : UOM:39015012877034
Genre : Depression, Mental
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Richard Petty

Author : Ron Frankl
ISBN : 9781438142623
Genre : JUVENILE NONFICTION
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A biography which focuses on the racing career of professional driver, Richard Petty.

Attitudes And Persuasion

Author : Richard E Petty
ISBN : 9780813346557
Genre : Psychology
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This classic text surveys a number of different theoretical approaches to the related phenomena of attitude and belief change. These theories are grouped into seven major approaches, each presented and evaluated in a separate chapter. Each contributes in an important way to a complete understanding of the persuasion process. Appropriate for both upper level undergraduates and graduates in the social sciences.

Richard Petty The King

Author : Michael Teitelbaum
ISBN : 1591870100
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A simple biography of the NASCAR driver who is the only driver to have won 200 Winston Cup races.

Beyond Soul Food Modern American Heritage Cuisine

Author : Richard Petty
ISBN : 9781257886852
Genre : Cooking
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Communication And Persuasion

Author : Richard E. Petty
ISBN : 9781461249641
Genre : Psychology
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It has been over 10 years since we initiated work on our first series of collaborative experiments. As graduate students, we had great fun planning, conducting, and writing this research (Petty & Cacioppo, 1977). We enjoyed arguing with each other at our initial meeting in 1973 and have sub sequently become best friends, but neither of us suspected at the time that we would or could actively maintain a research collaboration over the next decade, or that we would now find ourselves in a position to write this monograph. As we note in Chapter 1, we began our studies of persuasion at a time when social psychology was in "crisis," and interest in research on attitude change in particular was declining. As we write this, we are aware of six new volumes on persuasion that are in press or in preparation and that should appear over the next few years. In retrospect, it is not so surprising that research on attitudes and persuasion would reemerge as a central concern of social psychology. We believe that human feelings, beliefs, and behaviors, whether in the domain of interpersonal relations (e. g. , marriage, aggression), politics (e. g. , voting, revolution), health (e. g. , following a medical regimen), or economics (e. g. , consumer purchases) are greatly influenced by the evaluations people have of other people, objects, and issues. Furthermore, evaluations (attitudes) are influenced by affect, cognition, and behavior.

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