Chapter 1:Introducing Social Psychology
Section 1.1: Defining Social Psychology
Section 1.2: The Power of the Situation
Section 1.3: Where Construals Come From: Basic Human Motives
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Chapter 2:Methodology: How Social Psychologist Do Research
Section 2.1: Social Psychology: An Empirical Science
Section 2.2: Research Designs
Section 2.3: New Frontiers in Social Psychological Research
Section 2.4: Ethical Issues in Social Psychology
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Chapter 3:Social Cognition:How We Think About the Social World
Section 3.1: On Automatic Pilot:Low-Effort Thinking
Section 3.2: Types of Automatic Thinking
Section 3.3: Cultural Differences in Social Cognition
Section 3.4: Controlled Social Cognition: High - Effort Thinking
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Chapter 4:Social Perception: How We Come to Understand Other People
Section 4.1: Nonverbal Communication
Section 4.2: First Impressions:Quick But Long-Lasting
Section 4.3: Causal Attribution: Answering the "Why" Question
Section 4.4: Culture and Social Perception
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Chapter 5:The Self Understanding Ourselves in a Social Context
Section 5.1: The Origins and Nature of the Self - Concept
Section 5.2: Self Knowledge
Section 5.3: Self-Control:The Executive Function of the Self
Section 5.4: Impression Management:All the World's a Stage
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Chapter 6:Cognitive Dissonance and the Need to Protect Our Self-Esteem
Section 6.1: The Theory of Cognitive Dissonance: Protecting Our Self-Esteem
Section 6.2: Advanced and Extensions of Cognitive Dissonance Theory
Section 6.3: Some Concluding Thoughts on Dissonance and Self-Esteem
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Chapter 7:Attitudes and Attitude Change
Section 7.1: The Nature and Origin of Attitudes
Section 7.2: When Do Attitudes Predict Behavior?
Section 7.3: How Do Attitudes Change?
Section 7.4: The Power Advertising
Section 7.5: Resisting Persuasive Messages
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Chapter 8:Conformity and Obedience
Section 8.1: Conformity:When and Why
Section 8.2: Informational Social Influence: The Need to Know What's "Right"
Section 8.3: Normative Social Influence: The Need to be Accepted
Section 8.4: Conformity Tactics
Section 8.5: Obedience to Authority
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Chapter 9:Group Process Influence in Social Groups
Section 9.1: What Is a Group?
Section 9.2: Individual Behavior in a Group Setting
Section 9.3: Group Decisions:Are Two (or More) Heads Better Than One?
Section 9.4: Conflict and Cooperation
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Chapter 10:Attraction and Relationships From Initial Impressions to Long-Term Intimacy
Section 10.1: What Predicts Attraction?
Section 10.2: Making Connections in the Digital World
Section 10.3: Love and Close Relationships
Section 10.4: Assessing Relationships: Satisfaction and Breaking Up
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Chapter 11:Prosocial Behavior Why Do People Help?
Section 11.1: Basic Motives Underlying Prosocial Behavior: Why Do People Help?
Section 11.2: Personal Qualities and Prosocial Behavior:Why Do Some People Help More Than Others?
Section 11.3: Situational Determinants of Prosocial Behavior: When Will People Help?
Section 11.4: How Can Helping be Increased?
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Chapter 12:Aggression Why Do We Hurt Other People? Can We Prevent It?
Section 12.1: Is Aggression Innate,Learned,or Optional?
Section 12.2: Social Situations and Aggression
Section 12.3: Violence and Media
Section 12.4: How to Increase Aggression
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Chapter 13:Prejudice Causes, Consequences, and Cures
Section 13.1: Defining Prejudice
Section 13.2: Detecting Hidden Prejudices
Section 13.3: The Effect of Prejudice on the Victim
Section 13.4: Cause of Prejudice
Section 13.5: Reducing Prejudice
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Chapter SPA1:Using Social Psychology to Achieve a Sustainable and Happy Future
Section 1.1: Applied Research in Social Psychology
Section 1.2: Using Social Psychology to Achieve a Sustainable Future
Section 1.3: Happiness and a Sustainable Lifestyle
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Chapter SPA2:Social Psychology and Health
Section 2.1: Stress and Human Health
Section 2.2: Coping With Stress
Section 2.3: Prevention: Promoting Healthier Behavior
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Chapter SPA3:Social Psychology and the Law
Section 3.1: Eyewitness Testimony
Section 3.2: Juries: Group Processes in Action
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