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Oxford Handbook of Advice

Represents, critiques, and advances current theory relevant to understanding advice. Provides a thorough review of major research findings across research paradigms and contexts, showing how those findings form a cohesive, useful body of knowledge. Stimulates future scholarship on advice by explaining, critiquing, and suggesting improvements to methods currently employed, and by identifying valuable research trajectories. Articulates evidence-based "best practices" for advising, providing practical guidance for successful advice interactions within and across contexts
Erina L. MacGeorge and Lyn M. Van Swol (eds). Oxford Handbook of Advice.

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