Essential social psychology
Essential Social Psychology introduces students to the core theories, approaches, and findings that are the necessary foundations for developing an understanding of social psychology. The text focuses specifically on theory and basic level empirical demonstrations of the key phenomena, to ensure that the key concepts are as accessible as possible. The aim is to be informative without swamping students with too much information.
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Organization of SelfKnowledge
Cultural Differences in Self And Identity
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