Social Psychology continues to set the standard with its engaging writing style and intimate voice that makes it more compelling than being simplistic. The book demonstrates how the ever-changing concept of social psychology is important in everyday life, motivating young students to take up the subject through its simplicity to significance.
The book retains hallmark of its past success, presenting major revision to date with fine examples, clear concepts and amazing tune. Social Psychology is a good enough book to understand the broad nature of the concept of social psychology. It invigorates interest among readers to explore the dimensions of the subject welcoming importance of social psychology in life.
Social Psychology (With CD) continues to strike a perfect balance in its coverage of fundamentals, supported with current research. The up-to-date coverage of the fast-evolving subject is written in a lively and engaging manner that has been warmly embraced by thousands of students around the world. The text is well complemented with a CD-ROM, presenting visual interpretations of the book.
The book covers standard domains of social psychology, presenting an introduction and closing survey of the applied disciplines. Followed by the compelling introduction, the book covers important subjects such as Social Cognition, Social Perception, The Self, Attitudes, Stereotyping-Prejudice-Discrimination, Aggression, Social Influence, and Groups and Individuals.
Across the chapters, the authors have broadly emphasized the themes of culture, emotions, neuroscience, gender, evolution and social aspects of technology and web. The book is well-written and interesting and able to indulge young students and learners towards the concept of social psychology and to apply its significance in life. Research findings and clear examples make the text more interesting and factual. The author adds an Indian flavor to social psychology presenting its application in the country.
Buy online the paperback edition of Social Psychology (with CD) authored by Robert A. Baron and published by Dorling Kindersley with an ISBN 10: 8131728196 and an ISBN-13: 9788131728192.