Exploring Social Psychology with Connect with SmartBook PPK by David MyersExploring Social Psychology with Connect with SmartBook PPK by David Myers

Exploring Social Psychology with Connect with SmartBook PPK

byDavid Myers, Steven Smith

Book & Toy | April 16, 2015

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Exploring Social Psychology, 4th Canadian edition, aims to help student understand the 'why' of social behaviour through an emphasis on critical thinking and research. Myers/Smith is a brief introduction to social psychology, formatted into 24 modules. Each module is written in an engaging storytelling style and offers hands-on activities to engage students.

The wealth of exercises found in Connect, McGraw-Hill's online learning resource, only bolsters Myers' ability to bring social psychology to life. Connect also offers SmartBook, the first and only adaptive reading experience that adjusts to each individual student based upon how they respond to the embedded LearnSmart questions. Connect provides personalized support to help improve student comprehension and engagement.

Title:Exploring Social Psychology with Connect with SmartBook PPKFormat:Book & ToyDimensions:10 × 8 × 0.8 inPublished:April 16, 2015Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1259257894

ISBN - 13:9781259257896

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Table of Contents

PART ONE- Social Psychology: What Is It and How Do We Do It?

Module 1: Introduction to the Science of Social Psychology

Module 2: Methods in Social Psychology

PART TWO- Social Thinking

Module 3: Defining and Expressing the Self-Concept

Module 4: Self-Serving Bias

Module 5: Self-Efficacy

Module 6: Explaining Other People's Behaviour

Module 7: Heuristics and Errors in Reasoning

PART THREE- Social Influence

Module 8: Attitudes, Behaviour, and Compliance

Module 9: Conformity and Obedience

Module 10: Two Routes to Persuasion

Module 11: Resisting Social Influence

Module 12: How the Presence of Others Affects Our Behaviour

Module 13: How Groups Intensify Decisions

PART FOUR - Social Relations

Module 14: Understanding Aggression

Module 15: Defining Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination

Module 16: Causes of Stereotypes, Prejudice and Discrimination

Module 17: Conflict and Dispute Resolution

Module 18: Helping

Module 19: Interpersonal Attraction

Module 20: Romantic Relationships

PART FIVE - Applying Social Psychology

Module 21: Media and Social Behaviour

Module 22: Social Psychology and the Law

Module 23: Social Psychology and a Sustainable Future

Module 24: Social Psychology and Health