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Social Psychology with Research Navigator

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Edition:
10th
ISBN13:

9780205407408

ISBN10:
0205407404
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/2004
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon
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Summary

Baron/Byrne's Social Psychology a text that has motivated students to take social psychology out of the classroom and into their lives for over a decade has now been combined with a free, online source of relevant and timely articles on social psychology. This Research Edition provides many opportunities for students to go beyond the book and learn more about social psychology from articles in leading social science journals, popular magazines, and the New York Times. This classic text retains the hallmark of its own past success: up-to-date coverage of the quickly evolving subject matter written in a lively manner that has been embraced by hundreds of thousands of students around the world.

Table of Contents

ldquo;Key Terms,rdquo; and ldquo;For More Information
The Field of Social Psychology: How We Think About and Interact with Others
Social Psychology: A Working Definition
Social Psychology in the New Millennium: New Perspectives, New Methods
Answering Questions About Social Behavior and Social Thought: Research Methods in Social Psychology
The Quest for Knowledge and Rights of Individuals: Seeking an Appropriate Balance
Using This Book: A Road Map for Readers
Social Perception: Understanding Others
Nonverbal Communication: The Language of Expressions, Gazes, and Gestures
Beyond the Headlines: As Social Psychologists See it-Fragrance: A Fading Nonverbal Cue? Attribution: Understanding the Causes of Others'' behavior
Impression Formation and Impression Management: How We Combine - and Use - Social Information
Social Psychology: Thirty Years of Progress-From Cognitive Algebra to Motivated Processing
Social Cognition: Thinking About the Social World
Schemas: Mental Frameworks for Organizing - and Using - Social Information
Heuristics and Automatic Processing: How We Reduce Our Effort in Social Cognition
Potential Sources of Error in Social Cognition: Why Total Rationality Is Rarer than You Think
Beyond the Headlines: As Social Psychologists See It-How the Criminal Justice System Could Be Improved-but Isn''t: The Potential Role of Cognitive Biases
Affect and Cognition: How Feelings Shape Thought and Thought Shapes Feelings
Social Psychology: Thirty Years of Progress-The Effects of Being in a Good Mood on Social Behavior and Social Cognition: From ldquo;The Warm Glow of Successrdquo; to the Effects of Mood on Heuristic Thinking
Attitudes: Evaluating the Social World
Attitude Formation: How - and Why - Attitudes Develop
The Attitude-Behavior Link: When - and How - Attitudes Influence Behavior
Social Psychology: Thirty Years of Progress - Studying the Attitude-Behavior Link
The Fine Art of Persuasion: Using Messages to Change Attitudes
When Attitude Change Fails: Resistance to Persuasion
Cognitive Dissonance: Why Our Behavior Can Sometimes Influence Our Attitudes
Beyond the Headlines: As Social Psychologists See It - When a Physical Addiction and Dissonance Collide, Guess Which Wins?
Aspects of Social Identity: Self and Gender
Social Identity: An Overview
The Self: Components of One''s Unique Identity
Gender: Being a Male or a Female as a Crucial Aspect of Identity
Social Psychology: Thirty Years of Progress - Sex, the Gender Revolution, and Related Issues
Beyond the Headlines: As Social Psychologists See It - Little Girls Beset by Bigger Worries
Prejudice: Its Causes, Effects, and Cures
Prejudice and Discrimination: Their Nature and Origins
The Origins of Prejudice: Contrasting Perspectives
Social Psychology: Thirty Years of Progress-Hard Economic Times and Violence Against Minority Groups: From Lynchings in the South to Hate Crimes in New York
Beyond the Headlines: As Social Psychologists See It-Thin May Be ldquo;In,rdquo; but in the U.S., ldquo;Fat Is Where It''s At: Combating Prejudice Against Obese Persons.rdquo; Why Prejudice Is Not Inevitable: Techniques for Countering Its Effects
Prejudice Based on Gender: Its Nature and Effects
Beyond the Headlines: As Social Psychologists See It - Can a Lecture Be Sexually Harassing?
Interpersonal Attraction: Initial Contact, Liking, Becoming Acquainted
The Beginning of Attraction: Proximity and Emotions
Becoming Acquaintances: The Need to Affiliate and the Effect of Observable Characteristics
Beyond the Headlines: As Social Psychologists See It - Do Looks and Style Influence Voters? Moving toward Friendship: Similarity and Mutual Liking
Social Psychology: Thirty Years of Progress - Similarity, Dissimilarity, or Both?
Close Relationships: Family, Friends, Lovers, and Spouses
Interdependent Relationships with Family and Friends versus Loneliness
Social Psychology: Thirty Years of Progress -The Importance of Adult Attachment Style in Interpersonal Behavior
Beyond the Headlines: As Social Psychologists See It - Are Seven-Minute Dates the Solution? Marriage: The Ultimate Close Relationship
Social Influence: Changing Others'' Behavior
Conformity: Group Influence in Action
Social Psychology: Thirty Years of Progress-The Persistence of Social Norms: From the Autokinetic Phenomenon to the ldquo;Culture of Honor.rdquo; Compliance: To Ask-Sometimes - Is to Receive
Beyond the Headlines: As Social Psychologists See It-High-Pressure Tactics for Gaining Compliance: Do You Really Need a $1500 Vacuum Cleaner? Does Anyone? Extreme Forms of Social Influence: Obedience to Authority and Intense Introduction
Prosocial Behavior: Helping Others
Responding to an Emergency: Why Are Bystanders Sometimes Helpful, Sometimes Indifferent? Social Psychology: Thirty Years of Progress-The Study of Prosocial Behavior Began with a Murder
The Helpers and Those Who Receive Help
Beyond the Headlines: As Social Psycholog
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