Social Psychology: Goals and Interaction, Books a la Carte Plus MyPsychLab (4th Edition) ePub download
by Douglas T. Kenrick,Steven L. Neuberg,Robert B. Cialdini
- ISBN: 0205542220
- ISBN13: 978-0205542222
- ePub: 1511 kb | FB2: 1217 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Psychology
- Publisher: Prentice Hall; 4 edition (February 3, 2007)
- Rating: 4.6/5
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Douglas T. Kenrick is a professor at Arizona State University. from Dowling College and his P. Steven L. Neuberg is Foundation Professor of Psychology at Arizona State University.
Douglas T. from Arizona State University. He received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University and his graduate degrees from Carnegie-Mellon University.
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Social Psychology: Goals in Interaction. 8. 4Pages: 6year: 14/15. 4. Samenvatting sociale psychologie hfd 1 t/m hfd 14. 2Pages: 56year: 17/18. Kenrick, Robert B. Cialdini, Steven L. Neuberg. Social Psychology" by D. Kenrick et. al. is a very informative text about the thories of social psychology. The book is thorough and informative. It offers many examples and of sociological and psychological theories, hypotheses and case studies about how we, the individual, view ourselves in the context of society. Very informative, recommended and up-to date. Social Psychology: Goals In Interactions (Unbound). Published January 24th 2007 by Prentice Hall. Cialdini (Goodreads Author). Published December 15th 2014 by Pearson. Author(s): Douglas T. Kenrick.
Steven L. Neuberg received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University and his graduate degrees from Carnegie-Mellon University
The book thus presents the discipline as a coherent framework for understanding human behavior. The new subtitle, Goals in Interaction underscores this integrated approach to understanding behavior. Neuberg received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University and his graduate degrees from Carnegie-Mellon University. He spent a postdoctoral year at the University of Waterloo in Canada and has since taught at Arizona State University.
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Social Psychology: Goals in Interaction explores how social behavior is goal-directed and a result of interactions between the person and the situation.
In addition to an overhauled design in the 4e, Social Psychology: Goals in Interaction has two elements that continue to set it apart from other social psychology textbooks.
A unique integrated approach to social behavior: Rather than providing a laundry list of unconnected facts and theories, the authors organize each chapter around the two broad questions: (1) what are the goals that underlie the behavior in question? (2) what factors in the person and the situation connect to each goal? The book thus presents the discipline as a coherent framework for understanding human behavior. The new subtitle, “Goals in Interaction” underscores this integrated approach to understanding behavior.
Opening mysteries: Each chapter begins with a mystery of social behavior, designed not only to grab student interest, but also to organize the ensuing discussion of scientific research: Why would a poor black washerwoman give away her hard-earned life-savings? What psychological forces led the Dalai Lama, the most exalted personage in Tibet, to forge a lifelong friendship with a foreign vagabond openly scorned by Tibetan peasants? Why would a boy falsely confess to murdering his own mother?