Social Psychology, Fifth Canadian Edition, is the market-leading textbook in Social Psychology. The Fifth Canadian Edition builds on the success of its predecessor by updating and clarifying content, and adding features to make the material as relevant as possible for today's students and instructors. The text's structure in three parts-Social Thinking, Social Influence, Social Relations-helps users to organize and apply core social psychological concepts, themes, and issues, and the four applied modules at the end of the text guide readers through an investigation of how social psychology functions in the real world.
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