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Covering the entire scope of mainstream social psychology, this collection contains benchmark readings with a particular emphasis on recent key publications to complement older classic works. The readings are mainly empirical articles that not only cover the significant ideas and key debates in the field, but also show how social psychological knowledge is obtained through research. In addition to the 80 key original articles included in the collection, the set opens with an introductory editorial essay by Michael A Hogg setting out the rationale behind the selections, and providing an illuminating discussion of the development of social psychology and its theoretical foundations.
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Volume 1 covers topics in social cognition and social perception - including impression formation, attribution, schemas, categories and categorization, stereotyping, the self and self-related phenomena and attitudes.
Volume 2 covers social interaction - including social comparison, attraction and rejection, prosocial behaviour and social dilemmas, compliance, power, persuasion, obedience, aggression, communication and negotiation.
Volume 3 covers people in groups - including group and individual performance and decision making, conformity and minority influence, roles, socialization, leadership and group remembering.
Volume 4 covers intergroup behaviour and societal context - including relative deprivation, group conflict, discrimination, disadvantage, prejudice, social identity, crowd behaviour, social protest, intergroup contact and culture.
This 4-volume reference set will make an invaluable addition to any academic library with an interest in and/or existing collection in social psychology. Given its diverse yet coherent organization, it ought to provide an excellent supplement on courses in social psychology where students need to engage with the provocative ideas which have made this field both lively and fascinating.
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Michael Hogg is Professor of Social Psychology at Claremont Graduate University. He is also an Honorary Professor of Psychology at the University of Kent and the University of Queensland. His research focuses on social identity processes within and between large and small groups, and he has published widely on topics including intergroup relations, group cohesion, leadership, group motivations, and conformity processes. Professor Hogg is co-editor of the journal Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, an associate editor of the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, and Senior Consulting Editor for the SAGE Social Psychology Program. He is a fellow of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, the Western Psychological Association, and the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
VOLUME 1: SOCIAL COGNITION AND SOCIAL PERCEPTION PART ONE: IMPRESSION FORMATION The Warm-Cold Variable in First Impressions of People - H H Kelley Context Effects in Impression Formation - D L Hamilton and M P Zanna Changes in Connotative Meaning PART TWO: ATTRIBUTION The Process of Causal Attribution - H H Kelley Does the Grist Change the Mill? - D S Krull The Effect of the Perceiver's Inferential Goal on the Process of Social Inference The Correspondence Bias - D T Gilbert and P S Malone PART THREE: SCHEMAS (FORMATION, STORAGE AND CHANGE) Motivational Influences on Impression Formation - S L Neuberg and S T Fiske Outcome Dependency, Accuracy-Driven Attention and Individuating Processes The Cognitive Organization of Social Information - J B Pryor and T M Ostrom A Converging-Operations Approach PART FOUR: CATEGORIES AND PROTOTYPES Use of Exemplars and Abstractions in Trait Judgements - S B Klein, J Loftus, J G Trafton and R W Fuhrman A Model of Trait Knowledge about Self and Others Conceptions of States and Traits - W F Chaplin, O P John and L R Goldberg Dimensional Attributes with Ideals as Prototypes Traits as Prototypes - N Cantor and W Mischel Effects on Recognition Memory PART FIVE: CATEGORIZATION AND AUTOMATICITY Automaticity of Chronically Accessible Constructs in Person X Situation Effects on Person Perception - J A Bargh, W J Lombardi and E T Higgins It's Just a Matter of Time Category and Stereotype Activation - L Lepore and R Brown Is Prejudice Inevitable? PART SIX: STEREOTYPING, STEREOTYPE SUPPRESSION AND STEREOTYPE REBOUND Out of Mind but Back in Sight - N Macrae, G V Bodenhausen, A B Milne and J Jetten Stereotypes on the Rebound PART SEVEN: THE SELF Self-Discrepancy - E T Higgins A Theory Relating Self and Affect PART EIGHT: SELF-ESTEEM Self-Esteem as an Interpersonal Monitor - M R Leary, E S Tambor, S K Terdal and D L Downs The Sociometer Hypothesis PART NINE: SELF-AWARENESS Opinion Change and Performance Facilitation as a Result of Objective Self-Awareness - R A Wicklund and S Duval PART TEN: IMPRESSION MANAGEMENT AND SELF-PRESENTATION A Self-Presentational View of Social Phenomena - R F Baumeister PART ELEVEN: ATTITUDE FUNCTION On the Functional Value of Attitudes - R H Fazio, J Blascovich and D M Driscoll The Influence of Accessible Attitudes upon the Ease and Quality of Decision Making PART TWELVE: ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR Attitudes toward Objects as Predictors of Single and Multiple Behavior Criteria - M Fishbein and I Ajzen PART THIRTEEN: ATTITUDE CHANGE The Role of Mood and Message Ambiguity in the Interplay of Heuristic and Systematic Processing, Special Issue - G Bohner, S Chaiken and P Hunyadi Affect in Social Judgements and Cognition PART FOURTEEN: COGNITIVE DISSONANCE Cognitive Consequences of Forced Compliance - L Festinger and J M Carlsmith PART FIFTEEN: MOOD AND EMOTION Mood and Judgement - J P Forgas The Affect Infusion Model VOLUME 2: SOCIAL INTERACTION PART ONE: SOCIAL COMPARISON A Theory of Social Comparison Processes - L Festinger PART TWO: INTERPERSONAL EXPECTANCY/PYGMALION EFFECTS Interpersonal Expectancy Effects - R Rosenthal and D B Rubin The First 345 Studies PART THREE: AFFILIATION, ATTRACTION, LOVE, LIKING Playing Hard-to-Get - E Walster, G W Walster, J Piliavin and L Schmidt Understanding an Elusive Phenomenon Marital Satisfaction, Depression and Attributions - F D Fincham and T N Bradbury A Longitudinal Analysis PART FOUR: PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND BYSTANDER APATHY Bystander Intervention in Emergencies - J M Darley and B Latan[ac]e Diffusion of Responsibility Costs, Diffusion and the Stigmatized Victim - I M Piliavin, J A Piliavin and J Rodin PART FIVE: GAME THEORY AND SOCIAL DILEMMAS Choice Behavior in Social Dilemmas - M B Brewer and R M Kramer Effects of Social Identity, Group Size and Decision Framing PART SIX: COMPLIANCE AND PERSUASION Compliance without Pressure - J L Freedman and S C Fraser The Foot-in-the-Door Techniqu