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  1. Social Psychology of Culture

    By Chi-Yue Chiu, Ying-Yi Hong

    Series: Principles of Social Psychology

    As the speed of globalization accelerates, world cultures are more closely connected to each other than ever before. But what exactly is culture? It seems to be involved in all psychological processes, but can its psychological consequences be studied scientifically? How can cultural differences be...

    Published July 26th 2006 by Psychology Press

  2. The Social Psychology of Prosocial Behavior

    By John F. Dovidio, Jane Allyn Piliavin, David A. Schroeder, Louis A. Penner

    Written by four leading researchers in the study of prosocial behavior, this book introduces a new perspective on prosocial behavior for the 21st century. Building on the bystander intervention work that has defined this area since the 1960s, The Social Psychology of Prosocial Behavior examines...

    Published April 24th 2006 by Psychology Press

  3. Stigma and Group Inequality

    Social Psychological Perspectives

    Edited by Shana Levin, Colette Van Laar

    Series: Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology Series

    This book provides a snapshot of the latest theoretical and empirical work on social psychological approaches to stigma and group inequality. It focuses on the perspective of the stigmatized groups and discusses the effects of the stigma on the individual, the interacting partners, the groups to...

    Published November 10th 2005 by Psychology Press

  4. Dyadic And Group Perspectives On Close Relationships

    Special Issue of International Journal of Behavioral Development

    Edited by Brett Laursen

    Series: Special Issues of the International Journal of Behavioral Development

    The papers in this special issue apply two recent data analytic techniques to the study of family and close peer relationships. The Actor-Partner Interdependent Model incorporates the perspectives of both participants in a dyad into analyses that describe shared and unique views of the relationship...

    Published March 16th 2005 by Psychology Press

  5. Culture and Social Behavior

    The Ontario Symposium, Volume 10

    Edited by Richard M. Sorrentino, Dov Cohen, James M. Olson, Mark P. Zanna

    Series: Ontario Symposia on Personality and Social Psychology Series

    Cross-cultural differences have many important implications for social identity, social cognition, and interpersonal behavior. The 10th volume of the Ontario Symposia on Personality and Social Psychology focuses on East-West cultural differences and similarities and how this research can be applied...

    Published January 2nd 2005 by Psychology Press

  6. Stereotyping as Inductive Hypothesis Testing

    By Klaus Fiedler, Eva Walther

    Series: European Monographs in Social Psychology

    Traditional social hypotheses have a built-in tendency to verify themselves and so involuntarily resist attempts at stereotype change or correction. This is the insight demonstrated and discussed as the start point for an alternative approach to the problem of stereotyping and hypothesis testing....

    Published November 5th 2003 by Psychology Press

  7. Misbehavior in Organizations

    Theory, Research, and Management

    By Yoav Vardi, Ely Weitz

    Series: Applied Psychology Series

    For many years, scholars aligned with mainstream research paradigms that make up organizational behavior (OB) have been leaning toward the more positive depiction of organizational reality. To better understand people's behavior in the workplace, they must also explore misbehavior. Organizational...

    Published July 31st 2003 by Psychology Press

  8. The Psychological Foundations of Culture

    Edited by Mark Schaller, Christian S. Crandall

    How is it that cultures come into existence at all? How do cultures develop particular customs and characteristics rather than others? How do cultures persist and change over time? Most previous attempts to address these questions have been descriptive and historical. The purpose of this book is to...

    Published July 31st 2003 by Psychology Press

  9. The Social Psychology of Behaviour in Small Groups

    By Donald C. Pennington

    Series: Psychology Focus

    The Social Psychology of Behaviour in Small Groups covers theories of group behaviour and their application in organizational psychology. Topics include the structure and formation of groups and the roles that individuals play within groups, as well as more applied areas such as co-operation and...

    Published March 6th 2002 by Routledge

  10. Attitudes and Attitude Change

    By Tobias Vogel, Gerd Bohner, Dr Michaela Wanke

    Series: Social Psychology: A Modular Course

    Attitudes - cognitive representations of our evaluation of ourselves, other people, things, actions, events, ideas - and attitude change have been a central concern in social psychology since the discipline began. People can - and do - have attitudes on an infinite range of things but what are...

    Published February 20th 2002 by Psychology Press