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Social psychology in the '90s 6th ed

Social psychology in the '90s 6th ed

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Social psychology in the '90s / Kay Deaux, Francis C. Dane, Lawrence S. Wrightsman, in association with Carol K. Sigelman.
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6th ed.
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California. : Brooks/Cole Pub. Co., c1993.
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xix, 499 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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0534103987
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Rev. ed. of: Social psychology. 5th ed. 1988.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 421-478) and index.
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Social psychology.
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300 ▼a xix, 499 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 24 cm.
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CONTENTS
1 History and Systems of Social Behavior = 1
 A History of Social Psychology = 3
 Theories in Social Psychology = 6
 Role Theories = 7
 Basic Assumptions and Concepts = 7
 Contributions to Social Psychology = 9
 Learining Theories = 11
 Basic Assumptions and Concepts = 11
 Contributions to Social Psychology = 12
 Cognitive Theories = 15
 Basic Assumptions and Concepts = 15
 Contributions to Social Psychology = 17
 A Cimoaruson of Perspectives = 18
 What Social Psychologists Do = 20
 Summary = 22
 Key Terms = 22
2 Methods of Studying Social Behavior = 25
 Research Hypotheses = 26
 Testing Hypotheses = 28
 Major Methods of Social-Psychological Research = 30
 Experimental Research = 31
 Quasi-Experimental Research = 35
 Field Research = 36
 Archival Research = 38
 Simulation Research = 40
 Survey Research = 42
 Selecting a Research Method = 44
 Simple Statistics = 45
 Ethics of Research = 47
 Summary = 49
 KeyTerms = 49
3 The Self = 51
 The Nature of the Self = 52
 Theories of the Development of Self = 52
 The Structure of the Self-Concept = 53
 Influences on Self-Definition = 56
 Becoming Aware of the Self = 58
 A Theory of Self-Perception = 58
 States of Self-Awareness = 60
 Individual Differences in Self-Awareness = 63
 Dealing with the Self = 63
 Self-Esteem = 63
 Experiencing Emotions = 65
 Exploring the Self = 66
 Relating to Others = 70
 Presenting the Self = 70
 The Goals of Self-Presentation = 71
 Self-Handicapping and BIRGing = 73
 Individual Differences in Self-Presentation = 76
 Summary = 78
 KeyTerms = 79
4 Understanding Others = 81
 Forming Impressions of People = 82
 Physical Appearance = 82
 Character Traits = 84
 The Question of Accuracy = 87
 Organizing Impressions = 88
 Implicit Personality and Social Theories = 88
 Schemas, Prototypes, and Scripts = 90
 Stereotypes = 92
 The Process of Social Cognition = 96
 Initial Categorization = 96
 Confirmatory Biases = 99
 Recategorization = 99
 Information Integration = 100
 Errors and Biases = 101
 Explaining Behavior: Attributions of Causality = 102
 Covariation and Causal Schemas = 103
 Correspondent Inference = 105
 Causes of Success and Failure = 109
 Belief in a Just World = 111
 Summary = 112
 Key Terms = 112
5 Interpersonal Communication = 115
 The Meaning of Communication = 116
 Channels of Communication = 117
 Language and Paralanguage = 117
 Gaze = 119
 Facial Expressions = 121
 Body Movements and Gestures = 125
 Touch = 126
 Interpersonal Distance = 128
 Combining the Channels = 129
 Patterns of Communication = 129
 Basic Dimensions of Communication = 129
 Equilibrium and Arousal Models = 130
 Conversational Patterns = 131
 Conversation in Close Relationships = 133
 Deceptive Communication = 134
 Those Lying Ways = 135
 Detecting Deception = 135
 Communication and Social Interaction = 137
 Summary = 140
 KeyTerms = 141
6 The Nature of Attitudes = 143
 The History of Attitudes = 144
 Definitions of Attitudes = 144
 Components of Attitudes = 145
 Measurement of Attitudes = 146
 The Formation of Attitudes = 147
 Direct Experience with the Attitude Object = 148
 Parents and Peer Groups = 148
 Media Influence = 150
 The Structure and Functions of Attitudes = 151
 Complexity and Values = 151
 How Attitudes Interrelate = 153
 Attitudes and Information = 153
 Attitudes and Behavior = 154
 What Attitude and What Behavior? = 154
 ATheory of Planned Behavior = 156
 How Do Attitudes Influence Behavior? = 158
 Reason versus Spontaneity = 160
 Summary = 161
 Key Terms = 161
7 Persuasion and Attitude Change = 163
 Theories of Attitude Change = 165
 Social Judgment Theory = 165
 Balance Theory = 167
 Cognitive Dissonance Theory = 169
 Functional Theories = 174
 The Process of Attitude Change = 176
 Sequence Models = 176
 Parallel Models = 177
 Elements of Persuasion = 180
 Source = 180
 Message = 181
 Context = 184
 Recipient = 185
 Resistance to Persuasion = 187
 Anticipatory Attitude Change = 187
 Reactance = 187
 Inoculation = 188
 Summaiy = 189
 Key Terms = 191
8 Social Influence and Personal Control = 193
 Conformity = 194
 The Asch and Sherif Situations = 194
 Why Do People Conform? = 195
 Influences on Conformity = 198
 Individual Differences in Conformity = 199
 Compliance = 199
 The Foot-in-the-Door Effect = 199
 The Door-in-the-Face Effect = 200
 The Low-Ball Procedure = 201
 The Lure = 202
 The Generality of Compliance = 203
 Obedience = 206
 Laboratory Studies of Destructive Obedience = 206
 Criticisms of the Obedience Studies = 208
 The Sense of Control = 209
 The Illusion of Control = 210
 Consequences of a Belief in Control = 212
 Individual Differences in Perceptions of Control = 213
 Reactions to a Loss of Control = 214
 A Theory of Reactance = 214
 Learned Helplessness = 215
 Self-Induced Dependence = 218
 Summary = 218
 KeyTerms = 219
9 Affiliation, Attraction, and Love = 221
 Alone or Together? = 222
 Loneliness = 223
 Reasons for Affiliation = 225
 Affiliation Patterns and Social Networks = 227
 Attraction = 228
 The Basis of Initial Attraction = 229
 Theoretical Models of Attraction = 233
 Developing Relationships = 235
 Friendship = 236
 Conceptions and Measurements of Love = 238
 Mate Selection = 242
 Stages in the Development of Love = 243
 Falling Out of Love = 245
 Breaking Up Is Hard to Do = 245
 Inequity and Impermanence = 247
 Marriage and Divorce = 248
 Summaly = 250
 KeyTerms = 251
10 Aggression and Violence = 253
 Aggression and Human Nature = 254
 Definitions of Aggression = 254
 Biological Explanations of Aggression = 255
 Social Explanations of Aggression = 257
 Biology and Learning = 259
 Conditions That Influence Aggression = 259
 Frustration = 259
 Aggressive Cues: The Weapons Effect = 261
 General Arousal = 262
 Verbal and Physical Attack = 262
 Third-Party Instigation = 264
 Deindividuation = 265
 Drugs = 266
 Environmental Conditions = 267
 The Role of Anger in Aggression = 268
 Individual Differences in Aggressive Behavior = 270
 Violence and the Mass Media = 271
 Television Violence and Aggression in Children = 272
 Pornography and Aggression toward Women = 274
 Violence in Society = 276
 Violence in the Home = 276
 Violence in the Streets = 277
 Collective Violence = 277
 How Can Aggression Be Controlled? = 279
 Summary = 282
 Key Terms = 282
11 Prosocial Behavior = 285
 Are We Capable of Truly Altruistic Behavior? = 287
 Traditional Psychological Theories and Altruism = 287
 The Empathy-Altruism Hypothesis = 287
 Challenging the Empathy-Altruism Hypothesis = 289
 Biology, Culture, and Altruism = 291
 A Decision-Making Model of Helping = 294
 Situational Influences on Prosocial Behavior = 296
 The Person in Need of Help = 296
 The Influence of Other Bystanders = 298
 Personal Influences on Prosocial Behavior = 300
 Searching for the Good Samaritan = 300
 Moods and Helping = 304
 Seeking and Receiving Help: The Recipient's Perspective = 305
 Toward a Prosocial Society = 308
 Raising Prosocial Children = 308
 Encouraging Adults to Give = 309
 Summary = 310
 KeyTerms = 311
12 Behavior in Groups = 313
 The Influence of Other People = 315
 The Effects of an Audience = 316
 The Effects of Coactors = 319
 The Effects of Other Group Members = 320
 Group Composition and Structure = 322
 Group Size = 322
 Communication Networks = 324
 Leadership = 325
 Roles and Expectations = 327
 Interaction in Groups = 329
 Problem Solving = 330
 The Perils of Groupthink = 332
 The Polarizing Effects of Group Interaction = 334
 Minority Group Influence = 336
 Group Socialization = 338
 Basic Processes = 338
 Stages of Group Socialization = 339
 The Influence of Culture = 343
 Summary = 344
 Key Terms = 345
13 Behavior between Groups = 347
 Similarities and Differences among Groups = 349
 The Social-Psychological Tradition = 349
 Overlapping Distributions = 349
 Questions of Causality = 350
 Cross-Cultural Comparisons = 350
 Universal or Culture-Specific? = 352
 Some Research Examples = 353
 Prejudice and Discrimination = 355
 Racism = 356
 Sexism = 359
 Causes of Prejudice and Discrimination = 361
 In-Groups and Out-Groups = 364
 Categorization and Social Identity = 364
 Views of the In-Group and Out-Group = 367
 Strategies of Interaction = 370
 Cooperation and Competition = 371
 Bargaining and Negotiation = 373
 Third-Party Intervention = 376
 Reduction oflntergroup Conflict = 376
 Superordmate Goals = 377
 Intergroup Contact = 377
 Reduction of Threat = 378
 Summary = 379
 Key Terms = 380
14 Social Behavior in the Physical Environment = 381
 Ambient Stress = 384
 Temperature = 386
 Noise = 388
 Illumination = 390
 Pollution = 390
 Privacy and Crowding = 392
 Privacy Regulation = 392
 Privacy in Open-Plan Offices = 393
 Theories of Crowding = 394
 Crowding and Residential Design = 396
 Spaces and Social Interaction = 398
 Pleasant Places = 399
 Seating Arrangements = 400
 Proximity and Attraction = 402
 Attachment to Places = 404
 Territories = 404
 Homes = 406
 Workplaces = 407
 Neighborhoods = 408
 Summary = 409
 Key Terms = 410
Glossary = 411
References = 421


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