Auteur Paul Dickerson is Associate Professor at the University of Roehampton where he has taught for more than 25 years. His resea...
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Paul Dickerson is Associate Professor at the University of Roehampton where he has taught for more than 25 years. His research has predominantly adopted a qualitative approach and has largely focused on issues of talk and interaction. He has previously written How to Write Brilliant Psychology Essays also published by Sage. Paul has written this book to enable you to immerse yourself in the exciting world of social psychology, to see its relevance in everyday life - as well as to support you in questioning its findings.
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Bringing a critical lens to the core topics in social psychology; including real world examples from across the globe and interrogating the classic studies.
Chapter 1 Perspectives in Social Psychology Chapter 2 Social Cognition Chapter 3 Prejudice Chapter 4 Attribution Chapter 5 Explanatory Talk Chapter 6 Attitude Change and Persuasion Chapter 7 Self and Identity Chapter 8 Group Behaviour Chapter 9 Aggression Chapter 10 Relationships Chapter 11 Prosocial behaviour Chapter 12 Communication and interaction Chapter 13 Culture Chapter 14 Social influence