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Social Psychology By Michael A. Hogg

Social Psychology
by Michael A. Hogg

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Social Psychology by Michael A. Hogg

The fifth edition of this market-leading textbook provides a lively and accessible introduction to this field of psychology. The fifth edition of "Social Psychology" not only addresses a range of key issues in this area from a European perspective, but has been thoroughly revised to include updated sections such as those on social psychology in literature, on TV and in films. This is the ideal textbook for those studying social psychology and includes a range of features to aid independent study such as theory and concept boxes, research highlights and real world applications. Plus, the new user-friendly website features an interative recap and reminder of the main text, self test materials, and podcasts from different researchers for students to consolidate and test their understanding.

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Social Psychology Reviews

'I will never use another textbook for my social psychology courses!' Dr Martin Hagger, University of Nottingham Hogg & Vaughan is the most comprehensive social psychology text on the market and covers material in a more sophisticated manner than the competition. Moreover, the chapters on culture, self/identity, and language provide information that is often lacking.' Dr Mark Burgess, Oxford Brookes University I use the fourth edition of Hogg & Vaughan for my first-year class and can say that it makes teaching social psychology interesting and fun! The writing style is clear and engaging and conveys the passion of the authors even with difficult and potentially dry material.' Dr Anja Eller, University of St Andrews

Table of Contents

1. Introducing social psychology 2. Social cognition and social thinking 3. Attribution and social knowledge 4. Self and identity 5. Attitudes 6. Persuasion and attitude change 7. Social influence 8. People in groups 9. Leadership and decision making 10. Prejudice and discrimination 11. Intergroup behaviour 12. Aggression 13. Attraction and close relationships 14. Prosocial behaviour 15. Language and communication 16. Culture

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Social Psychology by Michael A. Hogg
Michael A. Hogg
Used - Good
Pearson Education (US)
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The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine.