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Social Psychology, 10th Edition
by:David G. Myers
Social Psychology (ISBN 9780073370668) is written by one of the most productive authors and highly-respected experts in the field, David Meyers. In this book, students interested in examining and understanding human behavior are treated to engaging text that is easy to understand and relate to. The author writes in a straightforward narrative, making...
Social Psychology (ISBN 9780073370668) is written by one of the most productive authors and highly-respected experts in the field, David Meyers. In this book, students interested in examining and understanding human behavior are treated to engaging text that is easy to understand and relate to. The author writes in a straightforward narrative, making Social Psychology a very effective and even entertaining medium for teaching and learning the fundamentals of the field. It is peppered with real examples and experiences, successfully putting combining the scientific and liberal arts aspects of the subject. David Meyers also integrates the latest trends and social issues in the book to keep it up-to-date; in fact, this edition now has more than 650 citations. Chapter 1 introduces social psychology and its foundations before moving on to discuss the self, judgments and social beliefs, attitudes and behavior, and social cognition. The next chapters are devoted to the discussion of culture, gender, and conformity, as well as social psychology in court, aggression, attraction, and prejudice. This book features additional materials that expose students and professors to the most recent research. The final chapter on the application of social psychology shows learners how important this field is to daily lives, regardless of their chosen career paths. Jean Twenge (the author of The Narcissism Epidemic) also contributed her insights to Social Psychology, making it even more relevant and relatable. This textbook is published by The McGraw-Hill Companies and us one of the best manuals for university students pursuing a career in psychology and in related fields, like business, law, medicine, and even the arts.
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