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The SAGE Handbook of Social Psychology

First Edition
Edited by:
  • Michael A Hogg - Claremont Graduate University, USA
  • Joel Cooper - Princeton University, USA, The University of Utah, USA, Red Scientific, USA

August 2003 | 526 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
"This Volume is everything one would want from a handbook." - Choice Magazine

"The Handbook is a tour de force survey of current Social Psychology… it makes an excellent resource for personal use by researchers, graduate students and perhaps advanced undergraduates who are seeking an in-depth background treatment of major topics."         Professor Richard C. Sherman, Miami University

"The Handbook maps on to my current curricula perfectly. I've been searching for a text that is comprehensive, yet reader-friendly, and this text does a terrific job in both of these regards." - Professor John R. Chambers, University of Florida

The SAGE Handbook of Social Psychology has, since its publication in 2003, lived up to its intentions of being a definitive resource for advanced students and researchers in social psychology as well as those in cognate disciplines throughout the world. Authored by leading scholars in the field, it is both comprehensive in scope, authoritative and scholarly. In response to market demand, The SAGE Handbook of Social Psychology: Concise Student Edition will be published in early 2007 and represents a slimmer, more course-focused and student-friendly volume than the original Handbook. The editors and authors have also updated all references, provided chapter introductions and summaries and a new Preface outlining the benefits of using the Handbook as an upper level teaching resource. It will prove indispensable reading for all upper level and graduate students studying social psychology.

Michael A Hogg and Joel Cooper
Preface and Introduction
 
PART ONE: HISTORY AND NATURE OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
George R Goethals
A Century of Social Psychology
Individuals, Ideas and Investigations  
Phoebe C Ellsworth and Richard Gonzales
Questions and Comparisons
Methods of Research in Social Psychology  
Peter B Smith and Michael Harris Bond
Honoring Culture Scientifically When Doing Social Psychology
 
PART TWO: INDIVIDUAL PROCESSES
Steven J Sherman et al
Social Inference and Social Memory
The Interplay between Systems  
Kimberley A Quinn, C Neil Macrae and Galen V Bodenhausen
Stereotyping and Impression Formation
How Categorical Thinking Shapes Person Perception  
Constantine Sedikides and Aiden P Gregg
Portraits of the Self
Russell H Fazio and Michael A Olson
Attitudes
Foundations, Functions and Consequences  
Joseph P Forgas and Craig A Smith
Affect and Emotion
Yaccov Trope and Ruth Gaunt
Attribution and Person Perception
 
PART THREE: INTERPERSONAL PROCESSES
Penny S Visser and Joel Cooper
Attitude Change
Kimberly A Noels, Howard Giles and Beth Le Poire
Language and Communication Processes
Julie Fitness, Garth Fletcher and Nickola Overall
Interpersonal Attraction and Intimate Relationships
C Daniel Batson et al
Altruism and Helping Behavior
Craig A Anderson and L Rowell Husemann
Human Aggression
A Social-Cognitive View  
 
PART FOUR: PROCESSES WITHIN GROUPS
Kipling D Williams Stephen G Harkins and Steve J Karau
Social Performance
Robin Martin and Miles Hewstone
Social-Influence Processes of Control and Change
Conformity, Obedience to Authority and Innovation  
Richard L Moreland and John M Levine
Group Composition
Explaining Similarities and Differences among Group Members  
R Scott Tindale, Tatsuya Kameda and Verlin B Hinsz
Group Decision Making
 
PART FIVE: INTERGROUP PROCESSES AND SOCIETY
Michael A Hogg and Dominic Abrams
Intergroup Behavior and Social Identity
Stephen C Wright and Donald M Taylor
The Social Psychology of Cultural Diversity
Social Stereotyping, Prejudice and Discrimination  
John Darley, Tom R Tyler and Kenworthey Bliz
Enacting Justice
The Interplay of Individual and Institutional Perspectives  
Stephen Worchel
Come One, Come All
Toward Understanding the Process of Collective Behavior  
Leigh Thompson and Jeff Loewenstein
Mental Models of Negotiation
Descriptive, Prescriptive and Paradigmatic Implications  

"This volume is everthing one would want from a one-volume handbook of social psychology or, indeed, of any scientific discipline. Comprehensive in scope, authoritative, clearly written, and detailed, it covers not only the usual topics one would expect in such a survey--history, methodology, social cognition, emotions, interpersonal relations and relationships, and group processes, both positive and negative--but also those especially relevant to social psychology as it enters its second century. The volume is edited by two of the most prominent social psychologists in their own right, and the list of contributors is a veritable who's who of the discipline but also includes a number of younger and non-US-based scholars. Essential. No library should be without this book."

R.R. Cornelius
Vassar College
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