Social psychology : a very short introduction / Richard J. Crisp.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Very short introductions ; 439Edition: First editionDescription: 122 pages : illustrations ; 18 cmISBN:
- 9780198715511 (paperback)
- 019871551X (paperback)
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-- All about us-1 -- The social mind-9 -- Attitudes and influence -33 -- Obedience, oppression, and aggression -60 -- Intergroup relations -78 -- Love and other attractions-96
Includes bibliographical references (pages 111-114) and index.
This volume tells the story of social psychology, its history, concepts, and major theories. Discussing the classic studies that have defined the discipline, it introduces social psychology's key thinkers, and shows how their personal histories spurred them to understand what connects people to people, and the societies in which we live. Taking us from the first ideas of the discipline to its most cutting-edge developments, it demonstrates how social psychology remains profoundly relevant to everyday life.