Handbook of Social Psychology

Handbook of Social Psychology

Online ISBN: 9780470561119

DOI: 10.1002/9780470561119

Editor(s): Susan T. Fiske, Daniel T. Gilbert, Gardner Lindzey

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  1. Fifth Edition Preface
  2. Part 1
    1. I The Science of Social Psychology
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        History of Social Psychology: Insights, Challenges, and Contributions to Theory and Application
      2. The Art of Laboratory Experimentation
      3. Social Psychological Methods Outside the Laboratory
      4. Data Analysis in Social Psychology: Recent and Recurring Issues
  3. Part 2
    1. II The Social Being
      1. Social Cognitive Neuroscience
      2. Social Psychophysiology and Embodiment
      3. Automaticity and the Unconscious
      4. Motivation
      5. Emotion
      6. Attitudes
      7. Attitudes and Persuasion
      8. 12 Perceiving People
      9. 13 Nonverbal Behavior
      10. Mind Perception
      11. 15 Judgment and Decision Making
      12. Self and Identity
      13. Gender
      14. 18 Personality in Social Psychology
      15. 19 Health
      16. 20 Experimental Existential Psychology
  4. Part 3
    1. III The Social World
      1. Evolutionary Social Psychology
      2. Morality
      3. Aggression
      4. 24 Affiliation, Acceptance, and Belonging: The Pursuit of Interpersonal Connection
      5. 25 Close Relationships
      6. Interpersonal Stratification: Status, Power, and Subordination
      7. Social Conflict: The Emergence and Consequences of Struggle and Negotiation
      8. Intergroup Relations
      9. Intergroup Bias
      10. Social Justice: History, Theory, and Research
      11. 31 Influence and Leadership
      12. Group Behavior and Performance
      13. Organizational Preferences and Their Consequences
      14. 34 The Psychological Underpinnings of Political Behavior
      15. 35 Social Psychology and Law
      16. Social Psychology and Language: Words, Utterances, and Conversations
      17. Cultural Psychology

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