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Written for undergraduate courses in social psychology, Aronson, Wilson, and Akert's Social Psychology (7th Edition) caters to introductory level students, teaching social psychology as a science and discipline using a compelling story-telling style. This engaging book emphasizes research as a fundamental aspect of the subject. Aronson, Wilson, and Akert...
Written for undergraduate courses in social psychology, Aronson, Wilson, and Akert's Social Psychology (7th Edition) caters to introductory level students, teaching social psychology as a science and discipline using a compelling story-telling style. This engaging book emphasizes research as a fundamental aspect of the subject. Aronson, Wilson, and Akert employ practical true-to-life examples and illustrations to make the subject more relevant to readers, especially students. Additional tools are available to aid learners and instructors; these include MyPsychLab, a website where students can quiz themselves on the material and keep score on their progress. The book also offers carefully crafted study plans, videos, resources, and an e-book. Social Psychology (7th Edition) (ISBN 9780138144784) is made up of 13 chapters, each discussing important aspects of social psychology. It starts off with an introduction to the discipline, then progresses to methodology, research, social cognition, and social perception. The subsequent chapters talk about the 'self' and how people understand themselves based on social context and how humans naturally justify and defend their actions. The succeeding parts talk about attitudes, and how people conform to different behaviors, social influences, interpersonal attraction, and pro-social behaviors. The concluding chapters deal with aggression and prejudice, their causes, and cures. This text is a very useful study tool strengthened by real life case studies that make the topics more practical rather than just theoretical. It is a reliable reference book written by highly regarded authors, including Tim Wilson, who known for his recent publication, Strangers to Ourselves: Discovering the Adaptive Unconscious, along with Elliot Aronson and Robin Akert, both of whom have received awards for excellence in teaching and practice.
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