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Introduction to social psychology

Author: Graham M Vaughan; Michael A Hogg
Publisher: N.S.W., Australia : Prentice Hall, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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Vaughan and Hogg's Introduction to Social Psychology sets the standard for social psychology texts in Australia and New Zealand. This new edition includes completely updated content and a great new range of student and instructor supplements. The authors have retained the accessible writing style, balance of research and applications, and mix of local and international coverage that made the first two editions so  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Graham M Vaughan; Michael A Hogg
ISBN: 1740095871 9781740095877
OCLC Number: 52008773
Notes: Previous edition: 1998.
Description: xvi, 583 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: 1. Introducing Social Psychology --
2. Social Cognition and Social Thinking --
3. Attribution and Social Knowledge --
4. Self and Identity --
5. Attitudes --
6. Persuasion and Attitude Change --
7. Social Influence --
8. People in Groups --
9. Leadership and Decision Making --
10. Prejudice and Discrimination --
11. Intergroup Behaviour --
12. Aggression --
13. Affiliation, Attraction and Love --
14. Prosocial Behaviour --
15. Language and Communication --
16. Culture.
Other Titles: Social psychology
Responsibility: Michael A. Hogg and Graham M. Vaughan.

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Vaughan and Hogg's Introduction to Social Psychology sets the standard for social psychology texts in Australia and New Zealand. This new edition includes completely updated content and a great new range of student and instructor supplements. The authors have retained the accessible writing style, balance of research and applications, and mix of local and international coverage that made the first two editions so successful.

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