Author : David G Myers
Genre : Social psychology
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ISBN : 1259024709
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Author : Jeff Greenberg
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Macmillan Higher Education
ISBN : 9781319359157
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With Macmillan’s superior content delivered by LaunchPad, Social Psychology offers a fresh approach to the study of social psychology, that no other available text can match. The authors draw on over 50 years of combined teaching and research to guide students through the rich diversity of the science of social psychology, weaving together explanations of theory, research methods, empirical findings, and applications to show how social psychologists work to understand and solve real-world problems. The new edition’s LaunchPad brings together all student and instructor resources, including an interactive e-book, LearningCurve adaptive quizzing, Video Activities, The Science of Everyday Life Experiments and Activities, and more.

Author : David G. Myers
Genre : Social psychology
Publisher :
ISBN : 1260888509
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"We cast social psychology in the intellectual tradition of the liberal arts. By the teaching of great literature, philosophy, and science, liberal arts education seeks to expand our awareness and to liberate us from the confines of the present. By focusing on humanly significant issues, we aim to offer social psychology's big ideas and findings to pre-professional psychology students, and to do so in ways that stimulate all students. And with close-up looks at how the game is played-at the varied research tools that reveal the workings of our social nature-we hope to enable students to think smarter"--

Author : Gilovich, Tom
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : W.W. Norton & Company
ISBN : 9780393667745
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An award-winning author team challenges students to think critically about the concepts, controversies, and applications of social psychology using abundant tools, both in text and online. (NEW) infographics examine important topics like social class, social media effects, and research methodology. InQuizitive online assessment reinforces fundamental concepts, and PowerPoints, test questions, and (NEW) Concept Videos, will help you create the best course materials in the shortest amount of time.

Author : Nyla R. Branscombe
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Pearson
ISBN : 9780134411361
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This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. For courses in Social Psychology Show how the ever-changing field of Social Psychology is useful in students’ everyday lives Social Psychology, Fourteenth Edition retains the hallmark of its past success: up-to-date coverage of the quickly evolving subject matter written in a lively manner that has been embraced by thousands of students around the world. Authors Nyla Branscombe and Robert Baron–both respected scholars with decades of undergraduate teaching experience–generate student excitement by revealing the connections between theory and real-world experiences. The Fourteenth Edition offers updated content to engage students, as well as new “What Research Tells Us About…” sections in each chapter that illustrate how research findings help answer important questions about social life.

Author : Stephen Franzoi
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
ISBN : 0073370592
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Readable research. This distinctive, theory-driven text uses “The Self” as a theme to give students a meaningful context for exploring the key concepts of social psychology. "Applications" sections have been incorporated into most chapters, and "Featured Study" sections at the end of every chapter summarize the purpose, method, and results of recently published scientific articles. Retaining the emphasis on methodology, the text also continues the tradition of strong gender coverage, while expanding the coverage of social cognition and social neuroscience.

Author : David G. Myers
Genre : Interpersonal relations
Publisher : College Ie Overruns
ISBN : 1259251136
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Adopting a multicultural approach, this text guides readers in the study of social thinking, social influence, and social relations. It emphasises social psychology's applications to both work and life, and uses vignettes to emphasise the relevance of social psychology research.

Author : Catherine A. Sanderson
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9780471250265
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Psychologists have been searching for a reference that unifies the disparate topics of social psychology around a central theme. Social Psychology follows that approach as it presents the most fundamental concepts in the field. It touches on all of the major concepts researchers are currently addressing but is firmly grounded in the basic social psychological theories and principles. A single chapter is included on the impact of culture in psychology, focusing on how the findings and theories might differ in different cultures. Psychologists will benefit from two research studies in each chapter that provide a real world perspective of the material.

Author : Tom Gilovich
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN : 9780393691078
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A critical thinking approach emphasizing science and applications An award-winning author team challenges students to think critically about the concepts, controversies, and applications of social psychology using abundant tools, both in text and online. (NEW) infographics examine important topics like social class, social media effects, and research methodology. InQuizitive online assessment reinforces fundamental concepts, and PowerPoints, test questions, and (NEW) Concept Videos, will help you create the best course materials in the shortest amount of time. Please note that this version of the ebook does not include access to any media or print supplements that are sold packaged with the printed book.

Author : David G. Myers
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
ISBN : 1743070454
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In this edition, the author once again weaves an inviting and compelling narrative that speaks to ALL of your students regardless of background or intended major. And with Connect Social Psychology and LearnSmart, students are able to create a personalized learning plan helping them be more efficient and effective learners. With LearnSmart, students know what they know and master what they don't know and faculty are able to move to more in-depth classroom discussions. Through examples and applications as well as marginal quotations from across the breadth of the liberal arts and sciences, Myers draws students into the field of social psychology. At the same time, Myers is also in tune with the ever-changing state of social psychology research. Research Close-Up and Inside Story features throughout the book provide deeper exposure to key research and researchers. Marginal quotations, examples and applications throughout each chapter, and the concluding Applying Social Psychology chapters all ensure that regardless of your students' interests and future plans, Social Psychology will engage them.