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Introduction to Social Psychology


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Introduction to Social Psychology provides students with a thought-provoking and engaging collection of readings that address the foundational principles and concepts of social psychology. Leveraging scholarly yet accessible articles, the anthology demonstrates how social psychology is interwoven into the tapestry of everyday life. The book contains eleven chapters, each of which address a specific concept of social psychology. Students read about impression management and self-presentation, casual attributions, levels of emotional display across global cultures, and implicit attitudes. Specific chapters address social influence, group behavior, aggression, altruism, attraction and relationships, and stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination. The anthology concludes with lists of suggested readings and videos, encouraging students to deepen their knowledge of introductory social psychology concepts. Introduction to Social Psychology is an excellent supplementary resource for foundational courses in psychology and social psychology. Robin Kowalski earned her Ph.D. in social psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, M.A. in psychology from Wake Forest University, and B.A. in psychology from Furman University. She is a professor of psychology in the College of Behavioral, Social, and Health Sciences at Clemson University, where she teaches courses in psychology, women and psychology, and the pursuit of happiness. Her research focuses on bullying and cyberbullying among youth and adults, including the factors leading to bullying, aversive interpersonal behaviors such as teasing and complaining, and bullying prevention and intervention efforts. Ceren Gunsoy earned her Ph.D. is social psychology from Iowa State University and her M.A. in social psychology from Bogazici University. She is an assistant professor of psychology in the College of Behavioral, Social, and Health Sciences at Clemson University, where she teaches courses in cross-cultural psychology, social psychology, and motivation.
Release date Australia
June 24th, 2019
Edited by Ceren Gunsoy Edited by Robin Kowalski
Cognella Academic Publishing
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