Pearson Prentice Hall, c2007
大学図書館所蔵 件 / 全2件
Includes bibliographical references (p. 550-605) and indexes
For an undergraduate introductory level course in social psychology. Research made relevant through a story-telling approach. This renowned text maintains its acclaimed story-telling approach to convey the science of social psychology while making research relevant to students. The authors bring the material under study to life through real-world examples that capture students' attention and motivate further exploration. Paying particular attention to the classic research that has driven the field and introucing cutting-edge research that is the future of Social Psychology, Aronson/Wilson/Akert provide a firm foundation for students to build their understanding of this rigorous science in a way that engages and fascinates.
Chapter 1: Introducing Social Psychology Chapter 2: Methodology: How Social Psychologists Do Research Chapter 3: Social Cognition: How We Think about the Social World Chapter 4: Social Perception: How We Come to Understand Other People Chapter 5: Self-Knowledge: How We Come to Understand Ourselves Chapter 6: The Need to Justify Our Actions Chapter 7: Attitudes and Attitude Change: Influencing Thoughts and Feelings Chapter 8: Conformity: Influencing Behavior Chapter 9: Group Processes: Influence in Social Groups Chapter 10: Interpersonal Attraction: From First Impressions to Close Relationships Chapter 11: Prosocial Behavior: Why Do People Help? Chapter 12: Aggression: Why We Hurt Other People Chapter 13: Prejudice: Causes and Cures Chapter 14: Making a Difference with Social Psychology: Attaining a Sustainable Future Chapter 15: Social Psychology and Health Chapter 16: Social Psychology and the Law
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