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Essential Social Psychology

Fourth Edition
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April 2020 | 464 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

From aggression to altruism, prejudice to persuasion, Essential Social Psychology 4e introduces students to the classic studies, the controversial debates and innovative research that define social psychology today.

It gives students what they need to know about the key areas of social psychology whilst also demonstrating its relevance  to current, real world events. New to this edition: 

  • Coverage of social neuroscience
  • Inclusion of evolutionary psychology
  • ‘Back to the Real World’ boxes which situate academic findings in the real life context of the world around you

Online there are resources for students which create a complete learning experience to help students build confidence and apply their knowledge successfully in assignments and exams. You'll also find teaching materials to help every week which can be easily incorporated into your VLE.

Visit https://study.sagepub.co.uk/crisp4e


 

 

 
Chapter 1: History, Methods and Approaches
 
Chapter 2: Attribution
 
Chapter 3: Social Cognition
 
Chapter 4: Attitudes
 
Chapter 5: Social Influence
 
Chapter 6: Group Processes
 
Chapter 7: Self and Identity
 
Chapter 8: Prejudice
 
Chapter 9: Intergroup Relations
 
Chapter 10: Aggression
 
Chapter 11: Prosocial Behaviour
 
Chapter 12: Affiliation and Attraction
 
Chapter 13: Friendship and Love
 
Chapter 14: Applications

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The accompanying website contains:

  • Test banks that provide a diverse range of pre-written options as well as the opportunity
    to edit any question and/or insert personalized questions to effectively assess students’
    progress and understanding
  • Editable, chapter-specific PowerPoint® slides that offer complete flexibility for creating
    a multimedia presentation for the course
  • Learning objectives that help students understand focus their reading
  • Chapter summaries that reinforce the most important material
  • Multiple choice questions so that students can test and re-inforce what they have learnt
  • Mindmaps to support teaching and learning


  • New examples and cases added which include the Westminster Bridge Attack and the #metoo movement.
  • General bringing research up to date

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