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The handbook of social psychology / 1.

Publisher: Boston, Mass. : McGraw-Hill, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4. ed

This handbook for social psychologists has been updated to reflect changes in the field since its original publication. New topics include emotions, self, automaticity, stigma, memory and evolution,  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 0195213769 9780195213768
OCLC Number: 313004918
Description: XX, 865 Seiten : Diagramme
Contents: VOLUME I; PART I: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES; 1. Major Developments in Five Decades of Social Psychology; 2. The Social Being in Social Psychology; PART II: METHODOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES; 3. Experimentation in Social Psychology; 4. Survey Methods; 5. Measurement; 6. Data Analysis in Social Psychology; PART III: INTRAPERSONAL PHENOMENA; 7. Attitude Structure & Function; 8. Attitude Change: Multiple Roles for Persuasion Variables; 9. Mental Representation & Memory; 10. Control & Automaticity in Social Life; 11. Behavioral Decision Making & Judgment; 12. Motivation; 13. Emotions; PART IV: PERSONAL PHENOMENA; 14. Understanding Personality and Social Behavior: A Functional Strategy; 15. The Self; 16. Social Development in Childhood and Adulthood; 17. Gender; VOLUME II; PART V: INTERPERSONAL PHENOMENA; 18. Nonverbal Communication; 19. Language and Social Behavior; 20. Ordinary Personology; 21. Influence, Social Norms, Conformity, & Compliance; 22. Attraction & Close Relationships; 23. Altruism and Prosocial Behavior; 24. Aggression and Antisocial Behavior; 25. Stereotypes, Prejudice, & Discrimination; PART VI: COLLECTIVE PHENOMENA; 26. Small Groups; 27. Social Conflict; 28. Social Stigma; 29. Intergroup Relations; 30. Social Justice & Social Movements; PART VII: INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES; 31. Health Behavior; 32. Psychology and Law; 33. Understanding Organizations: Concepts and Controversies; 34. Attitude and Action in the Realm of Politics; 35. Social Psychology & World Politics; PART VIII: EMERGING PERSPECTIVES; 36. The Cultural Matrix of Social Psychology; 37. Evolutionary Social Psychology
Responsibility: Daniel T. Gilbert ; Susan T. Fiske ; Gardner Lindzey.


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