Social Psychology for Dummies

Represented by:
Susan Smith

Category:
Non-fiction

Publisher:
John Wiley & Sons

Publication date:
September 2014

Foreign rights controlled by:
John Wiley & Sons

A complete guide to getting ahead or catching up on the topic of social psychology, this book gives an engaging, accessible overview of the topic, and then digs into the details of social psychology tools and tactics; the relationship between attitudes and behaviours; cognitive dissonance and many other topics. Dive into the details of attitudes, actions and more, including implicit attitudes, self–perception theory and parental idealisation. Think about yourself and others, exploring how we construct a sense of self, develop biases and make fundamental attribution errors. Discover the power of social influence, theories of authority and concepts of commitment. Find out about interpersonal relationships, notions of physical attraction, nuances of group thinking and more.

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