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Social Psychology (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 300
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Introductory Psychology Series

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Paperback - 9780333670484

04 August 1997

€35.99

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Ebook - 9781349142217

11 November 1997

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This second edition of this successful textbook has been completely rewritten, updated and revised and now contains some of the most recent research and theory on most areas of social psychology. The emphasis on social...

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This second edition of this successful textbook has been completely rewritten, updated and revised and now contains some of the most recent research and theory on most areas of social psychology. The emphasis on social cognition provides a unifying theme and topics covered include material on conflict and cooperation, including sections on prejudice, aggression and helping behaviour. How we attribute personality characteristics from observation of the behaviour of other people and ourselves is examined, along with leadership, group decisions and different types of relationships. Fully illustrated and written in an easily accessible form, each chapter provides learning objectives and self assessment questions to provide a comprehensive introduction.

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Preface to Second Edition
Acknowledgements
INTRODUCTION AND METHODS
Some Perspectives on Social Psychology
Methods in Social Psychology
Some Ethical Considerations
SELF AND OTHERS Perception of Others Attribution
Self Concept
RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHERS
Affiliation Friendship, Love and Marriage
CONFLICT AND COOPERATION
Inter Group Relations Aggression Pro-social Behaviour
ATTITUDES AND ATTITUDE CHANGE
The Nature and Function of Attitudes
The Measurement of Attitude Prejudice and Discrimination
SOCIAL INFLUENCE
Conformity and Compliance
Leadership and Followership
Group Decision
Making Influence of the Crowd
Bibliography.

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