Social Psychology : An Applied Perspective
As a core text or paperback supplement for Introductory Social Psychology courses that focus on applications in departments of psychology or sociology. Can also be used in courses on Applied Social Psychology.Examining the basic theories within the field of social psychology and showing some of the ways they have been used to understand and solve real-world problems, this inexpensive paperback answers a real need by pointing out real connections between theory and application.
- Paperback | 246 pages
- 176.3 x 234.4 x 13.5mm | 398.12g
- 02 Sep 1999
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
Table of contents
I. INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY. 1. Applying Social Psychology: Typical Features, Roles and Problems. 2. Science, Research Methodology, and Teenage Pregnancy. II. APPLIED SOCIAL COGNITION. 3. Attribution and Health. 4. Stereotypes and Prejudice. III. APPLIED SOCIAL RELATIONS. 5. Love, Intimacy, and Divorce. 6. Social Information Processing and Aggression. IV. APPLIED SOCIAL INFLUENCE. 7. Teacher Expectations and School Failure. 8. Attitudes, Behaviors, and AIDS. 9. Social Norms and Environmental Problems. 10. Activism for Social Change.