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  • Title page
  • Copyright page
  • Brief Contents
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • About the Authors
  • Special Tips for Students
  • Chapter 1: Introducing Social Psychology
    • Defining Social Psychology
    • TRY IT! How Do Other People Affect Your Values?
      • Social Psychology, Philosophy, Science, and Common Sense
      • How Social Psychology Differs from Its Closest Cousins
    • TRY IT! Social Situations and Behaviors
    • The Power of the Situation
      • The Importance of Explanation
      • The Importance of Interpretation
    • Where Construals Come From: Basic Human Motives
      • The Self-Esteem Motive: The Need to Feel Good About Ourselves
        • SUFFERING AND SELF-JUSTIFICATION
      • The Social Cognition Motive: The Need to Be Accurate
        • EXPECTATIONS ABOUT THE SOCIAL WORLD
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Chapter 2: Methodology: How Social Psychologists Do Research
    • Social Psychology: An Empirical Science
    • TRY IT! Social Psychology Quiz: What’s Your Prediction?
    • Formulating Hypotheses and Theories
      • INSPIRATION FROM EARLIER THEORIES AND RESEARCH
      • HYPOTHESES BASED ON PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS
    • Research Designs
    • The Observational Method: Describing Social Behavior
      • ETHNOGRAPHY
      • ARCHIVAL ANALYSIS
      • LIMITS OF THE OBSERVATIONAL METHOD
    • The Correlational Method: Predicting Social Behavior
      • SURVEYS
      • LIMITS OF THE CORRELATIONAL METHOD: CORRELATION DOES NOT EQUAL CAUSATION
    • TRY IT! Correlation and Causation: Knowing the Difference
    • The Experimental Method: Answering Causal Questions
      • INDEPENDENT AND DEPENDENT VARIABLES
      • INTERNAL VALIDITY IN EXPERIMENTS
      • EXTERNAL VALIDITY IN EXPERIMENTS
      • FIELD EXPERIMENTS
      • REPLICATIONS AND META-ANALYSIS
      • BASIC VERSUS APPLIED RESEARCH
    • New Frontiers in Social Psychological Research
      • Culture and Social Psychology
      • The Evolutionary Approach
      • Social Neuroscience
    • Ethical Issues in Social Psychology
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Chapter 3: Social Cognition: How We Think About the Social World
    • On Automatic Pilot: Low-Effort Thinking
      • People as Everyday Theorists: Automatic Thinking with Schemas
      • Which Schemas Do We Use? Accessibility and Priming
      • Making Our Schemas Come True: The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
    • Types of Automatic Thinking
      • Automatic Goal Pursuit
      • Automatic Decision Making
      • Automatic Thinking and Metaphors About the Body and the Mind
      • Mental Strategies and Shortcuts: Judgmental Heuristics
        • HOW EASILY DOES IT COME TO MIND? THE AVAILABILITY HEURISTIC
        • HOW SIMILAR IS A TO B? THE REPRESENTATIVENESS HEURISTIC
    • TRY IT! Reasoning Quiz
      • PERSONALITY TESTS AND THE REPRESENTATIVENESS HEURISTIC
    • Cultural Differences in Social Cognition
      • Cultural Determinants of Schemas
      • Holistic versus Analytic Thinking
    • Controlled Social Cognition: High-Effort Thinking
      • Controlled Thinking and Free Will
    • TRY IT! Can You Predict Your (or Your Friend’s) Future?
      • Mentally Undoing the Past: Counterfactual Reasoning
      • Improving Human Thinking
    • TRY IT! How Well Do You Reason?
      • Watson Revisited
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Chapter 4: Social Perception: How We Come to Understand Other People
    • Nonverbal Communication
    • TRY IT! Using Your Voice as a Nonverbal Cue
      • Facial Expressions of Emotion
        • EVOLUTION AND FACIAL EXPRESSIONS
        • WHY IS DECODING SOMETIMES DIFFICULT?
      • Culture and the Channels of Nonverbal Communication
    • First Impressions: Quick but Long-Lasting
      • The Lingering Influence of Initial Impressions
      • Using First Impressions and Nonverbal Communication to Our Advantage
    • Causal Attribution: Answering the “Why” Question
      • The Nature of the Attribution Process
    • TRY IT! Listen as People Make Attributions
      • The Covariation Model: Internal versus External Attributions
      • The Fundamental Attribution Error: People as Personality Psychologists
        • THE ROLE OF PERCEPTUAL SALIENCE IN THE FUNDAMENTAL ATTRIBUTION ERROR
        • THE TWO-STEP ATTRIBUTION PROCESS
      • Self-Serving Attributions
      • The “Bias Blind Spot”
    • Culture and Social Perception
      • Holistic versus Analytic Thinking
        • SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE EVIDENCE
      • Cultural Differences in the Fundamental Attribution Error
      • Culture and Other Attributional Biases
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Chapter 5: The Self: Understanding Ourselves in a Social Context
    • The Origins and Nature of the Self-Concept
      • Cultural Influences on the Self-Concept
    • TRY IT! A Measure of Independence and Interdependence
      • Functions of the Self
    • Knowing Ourselves Through Introspection
      • Focusing on the Self: Self-Awareness Theory
    • TRY IT! Measure Your Private Self-Consciousness
      • Judging Why We Feel the Way We Do: Telling More Than We Can Know
      • The Consequences of Introspecting About Reasons
    • Knowing Ourselves by Observing Our Own Behavior
      • Intrinsic versus Extrinsic Motivation
      • Mindsets and Motivation
      • Understanding Our Emotions: The Two-Factor Theory of Emotion
      • Finding the Wrong Cause: Misattribution of Arousal
    • Using Other People to Know Ourselves
      • Knowing Ourselves by Comparing Ourselves to Others
      • Knowing Ourselves by Adopting Other People’s Views
      • Knowing Our Future Feelings by Consulting Other People
    • Self-Control: The Executive Function of the Self
    • Impression Management: All the World’s a Stage
      • Ingratiation and Self-Handicapping
      • Culture, Impression Management, and Self-Enhancement
    • Self-Esteem: How We Feel About Ourselves
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Chapter 6: The Need to Justify Our Actions: The Costs and Benefits of Dissonance Reduction
    • The Theory of Cognitive Dissonance
      • When Cognitions Conflict
        • WHY WE OVERESTIMATE THE PAIN OF DISAPPOINTMENT
      • Dissonance and the Self-Concept
      • Decisions, Decisions, Decisions
        • DISTORTING OUR LIKES AND DISLIKES
        • THE PERMANENCE OF THE DECISION
    • TRY IT! The Advantage of Finality
      • CREATING THE ILLUSION OF IRREVOCABILITY
      • THE DECISION TO BEHAVE IMMORALLY
    • Dissonance, Culture, and the Brain
      • DISSONANCE IN THE BRAIN
      • DISSONANCE ACROSS CULTURES
    • Self-Justification in Everyday Life
      • The Justification of Effort
    • TRY IT! Justifying What You’ve Done
      • External versus Internal Justification
        • COUNTERATTITUDINAL ADVOCACY
      • Punishment and Self-Persuasion
        • THE LASTING EFFECTS OF SELF-PERSUASION
        • NOT JUST TANGIBLE REWARDS OR PUNISHMENTS
      • The Hypocrisy Paradigm
      • Justifying Good Deeds and Harmful Acts
        • THE BEN FRANKLIN EFFECT: JUSTIFYING ACTS OF KINDNESS
    • TRY IT! The Internal Consequences of Doing Good
      • DEHUMANIZING THE ENEMY: JUSTIFYING CRUELTY
    • Some Final Thoughts on Dissonance: Learning from Our Mistakes
      • POLITICS AND SELF-JUSTIFICATION
      • OVERCOMING DISSONANCE
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Chapter 7: Attitudes and Attitude Change: Influencing Thoughts and Feelings
    • The Nature and Origin of Attitudes
    • Where Do Attitudes Come From?
      • COGNITIVELY BASED ATTITUDES
      • AFFECTIVELY BASED ATTITUDES
    • TRY IT! Affective and Cognitive Bases of Attitudes
      • BEHAVIORALLY BASED ATTITUDES
      • Explicit versus Implicit Attitudes
    • When Do Attitudes Predict Behavior?
      • Predicting Spontaneous Behaviors
      • Predicting Deliberative Behaviors
        • SPECIFIC ATTITUDES
        • SUBJECTIVE NORMS
        • PERCEIVED BEHAVIORAL CONTROL
    • How Do Attitudes Change?
      • Changing Attitudes by Changing Behavior: Cognitive Dissonance Theory Revisited
      • Persuasive Communications and Attitude Change
        • THE CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL ROUTES TO PERSUASION
        • THE MOTIVATION TO PAY ATTENTION TO THE ARGUMENTS
        • THE ABILITY TO PAY ATTENTION TO THE ARGUMENTS
        • HOW TO ACHIEVE LONG-LASTING ATTITUDE CHANGE
      • Emotion and Attitude Change
        • FEAR-AROUSING COMMUNICATIONS
        • EMOTIONS AS A HEURISTIC
        • EMOTION AND DIFFERENT TYPES OF ATTITUDES
      • Attitude Change and the Body
    • The Power of Advertising
      • How Advertising Works
      • Subliminal Advertising: A Form of Mind Control?
        • DEBUNKING THE CLAIMS ABOUT SUBLIMINAL ADVERTISING
        • LABORATORY EVIDENCE FOR SUBLIMINAL INFLUENCE
    • TRY IT! Consumer Brand Attitudes
    • Advertising, Stereotypes, and Culture
      • GENDER STEREOTYPES AND EXPECTATIONS
      • CULTURE AND ADVERTISING
    • Resisting Persuasive Messages
      • Attitude Inoculation
      • Being Alert to Product Placement
      • Resisting Peer Pressure
      • When Persuasion Attempts Backfire: Reactance Theory
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Chapter 8: Conformity: Influencing Behavior
    • Conformity: When and Why
    • Informational Social Influence: The Need to Know What’s “Right”
      • The Importance of Being Accurate
      • When Informational Conformity Backfires
      • When Will People Conform to Informational Social Influence?
        • WHEN THE SITUATION IS AMBIGUOUS
        • WHEN THE SITUATION IS A CRISIS
        • WHEN OTHER PEOPLE ARE EXPERTS
    • Normative Social Influence: The Need to Be Accepted
      • Conformity and Social Approval: The Asch Line-Judgment Studies
      • The Importance of Being Accurate, Revisited
      • The Consequences of Resisting Normative Social Influence
    • TRY IT! Unveiling Normative Social Influence by Breaking the Rules
      • When Will People Conform to Normative Social Influence?
        • WHEN THE GROUP GROWS LARGER
        • WHEN THE GROUP IS IMPORTANT
        • WHEN ONE HAS NO ALLIES IN THE GROUP
        • WHEN THE GROUP’S CULTURE IS COLLECTIVISTIC
      • Minority Influence: When the Few Influence the Many
    • Strategies for Using Social Influence
      • The Role of Injunctive and Descriptive Norms
      • Using Norms to Change Behavior: Beware the “Boomerang Effect”
      • Other Tactics of Social Influence
    • Obedience to Authority
      • The Role of Normative Social Influence
      • The Role of Informational Social Influence
      • Other Reasons Why We Obey
        • CONFORMING TO THE WRONG NORM
        • SELF-JUSTIFICATION
        • THE LOSS OF PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY
      • The Obedience Studies, Then and Now
        • IT’S NOT ABOUT AGGRESSION
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Chapter 9: Group Processes: Influence in Social Groups
    • What Is a Group?
      • Why Do People Join Groups?
      • The Composition and Functions of Groups
        • SOCIAL NORMS
        • SOCIAL ROLES
        • GROUP COHESIVENESS
        • GROUP DIVERSITY
    • Individual Behavior in a Group Setting
      • Social Facilitation: When the Presence of Others Energizes Us
        • SIMPLE VERSUS DIFFICULT TASKS
        • AROUSAL AND THE DOMINANT RESPONSE
        • WHY THE PRESENCE OF OTHERS CAUSES AROUSAL
      • Social Loafing: When the Presence of Others Relaxes Us
      • Gender and Cultural Differences in Social Loafing: Who Slacks Off the Most?
      • Deindividuation: Getting Lost in the Crowd
        • DEINDIVIDUATION MAKES PEOPLE FEEL LESS ACCOUNTABLE
        • DEINDIVIDUATION INCREASES OBEDIENCE TO GROUP NORMS
        • DEINDIVIDUATION ONLINE
    • Group Decisions: Are Two (or More) Heads Better Than One?
      • Process Loss: When Group Interactions Inhibit Good Problem Solving
        • FAILURE TO SHARE UNIQUE INFORMATION
        • GROUPTHINK: MANY HEADS, ONE MIND
      • Group Polarization: Going to Extremes
      • Leadership in Groups
        • LEADERSHIP AND PERSONALITY
        • LEADERSHIP STYLES
        • THE RIGHT PERSON IN THE RIGHT SITUATION
        • GENDER AND LEADERSHIP
        • CULTURE AND LEADERSHIP
    • Conflict and Cooperation
      • Social Dilemmas
    • TRY IT! The Prisoner’s Dilemma
      • INCREASING COOPERATION IN THE PRISONER’S DILEMMA
      • Using Threats to Resolve Conflict
        • EFFECTS OF COMMUNICATION
      • Negotiation and Bargaining
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Chapter 10: Interpersonal Attraction: From First Impressions to Close Relationships
    • What Predicts Attraction?
      • The Person Next Door: The Propinquity Effect
    • TRY IT! Mapping the Effect of Propinquity in Your Life
    • Similarity
      • OPINIONS AND PERSONALITY
      • INTERESTS AND EXPERIENCES
      • APPEARANCE
      • GENETICS
      • SOME FINAL COMMENTS ABOUT SIMILARITY
    • Reciprocal Liking
    • Physical Attractiveness
      • WHAT IS ATTRACTIVE?
      • CULTURAL STANDARDS OF BEAUTY
      • THE POWER OF FAMILIARITY
      • ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT ATTRACTIVE PEOPLE
    • Evolution and Mate Selection
      • EVOLUTION AND SEX DIFFERENCES
      • ALTERNATE PERSPECTIVES ON SEX DIFFERENCES
    • Making Connections in the Age of Technology
      • Attraction 2.0: Mate Preference in an Online Era
      • The Promise and Pitfalls of Online Dating
    • Love and Close Relationships
      • Defining Love: Companionship and Passion
    • TRY IT! Passionate Love Scale
      • Culture and Love
      • Attachment Styles in Intimate Relationships
      • This Is Your Brain . . . in Love
      • Theories of Relationship Satisfaction: Social Exchange and Equity
        • SOCIAL EXCHANGE THEORY
        • EQUITY THEORY
    • Ending Intimate Relationships
      • The Process of Breaking Up
      • The Experience of Breaking Up
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Chapter 11: Prosocial Behavior: Why Do People Help?
    • Basic Motives Underlying Prosocial Behavior: Why Do People Help?
      • Evolutionary Psychology: Instincts and Genes
        • KIN SELECTION
        • THE RECIPROCITY NORM
    • TRY IT! The Dictator Game
      • GROUP SELECTION
      • Social Exchange: The Costs and Rewards of Helping
      • Empathy and Altruism: The Pure Motive for Helping
    • Personal Qualities and Prosocial Behavior: Why Do Some People Help More Than Others?
      • Individual Differences: The Altruistic Personality
    • TRY IT! Empathic Concern
      • Gender Differences in Prosocial Behavior
      • Cultural Differences in Prosocial Behavior
      • Religion and Prosocial Behavior
      • The Effects of Mood on Prosocial Behavior
        • EFFECTS OF POSITIVE MOODS: FEEL GOOD, DO GOOD
        • FEEL BAD, DO GOOD
    • Situational Determinants of Prosocial Behavior: When Will People Help?
      • Environment: Rural versus Urban
      • Residential Mobility
      • The Number of Bystanders: The Bystander Effect
        • NOTICING AN EVENT
        • INTERPRETING THE EVENT AS AN EMERGENCY
        • ASSUMING RESPONSIBILITY
        • KNOWING HOW TO HELP
        • DECIDING TO IMPLEMENT THE HELP
      • Effects of the Media: Video Games and Music Lyrics
    • How Can Helping Be Increased?
      • Increasing the Likelihood That Bystanders Will Intervene
      • Increasing Volunteerism
      • Positive Psychology, Human Virtues, and Prosocial Behavior
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Chapter 12: Aggression: Why Do We Hurt Other People? Can We Prevent It?
    • Is Aggression Innate, Learned, or Optional?
      • The Evolutionary View
        • AGGRESSION IN OTHER ANIMALS
      • Culture and Aggression
        • CHANGES IN AGGRESSION ACROSS TIME AND CULTURES
        • CULTURES OF HONOR
      • Gender and Aggression
        • PHYSICAL AGGRESSION
        • RELATIONAL AGGRESSION
    • TRY IT! Do Women and Men Differ in Their Responses?
      • Learning to Behave Aggressively
      • Some Physiological Influences
        • THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL
        • THE EFFECTS OF PAIN AND HEAT
    • Social Situations and Aggression
      • Frustration and Aggression
      • Provocation and Reciprocation
    • TRY IT! Insults and Aggression
      • Weapons as Aggressive Cues
      • Putting the Elements Together: The Case of Sexual Assault
        • MOTIVATIONS FOR RAPE
        • SEXUAL SCRIPTS AND THE PROBLEM OF CONSENT
        • PUTTING THE ELEMENTS TOGETHER
    • Violence and the Media
      • Studying the Effects of Media Violence
        • EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES
        • LONGITUDINAL STUDIES
      • The Problem of Determining Cause and Effect
    • How to Decrease Aggression
      • Does Punishing Aggression Reduce Aggression?
        • USING PUNISHMENT ON VIOLENT ADULTS
      • Catharsis and Aggression
        • THE EFFECTS OF AGGRESSIVE ACTS ON SUBSEQUENT AGGRESSION
        • BLAMING THE VICTIM OF OUR AGGRESSION
      • What Are We Supposed to Do with Our Anger?
        • VENTING VERSUS SELF-AWARENESS
    • TRY IT! Controlling Your Anger
      • TRAINING IN COMMUNICATION AND PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS
      • COUNTERING DEHUMANIZATION BY BUILDING EMPATHY
      • Disrupting the Rejection-Rage Cycle
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Chapter 13: Prejudice: Causes, Consequences, and Cures
    • Defining Prejudice
      • The Cognitive Component: Stereotypes
        • FROM CATEGORIES TO STEREOTYPES
    • TRY IT! Stereotypes and Aggression
      • WHAT’S WRONG WITH POSITIVE STEREOTYPES?
      • STEREOTYPES OF GENDER
      • The Affective Component: Emotions
    • TRY IT! Identifying Your Prejudices
      • The Behavioral Component: Discrimination
        • RACIAL DISCRIMINATION
        • GENDER DISCRIMINATION
        • THE ACTIVATION OF PREJUDICE
    • Detecting Hidden Prejudices
      • Ways of Identifying Suppressed Prejudices
      • Ways of Identifying Implicit Prejudices
    • The Effects of Prejudice on the Victim
      • The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
      • Stereotype Threat
    • Causes of Prejudice
      • Pressures to Conform: Normative Rules
      • Social Identity Theory: Us versus Them
        • ETHNOCENTRISM
        • IN-GROUP BIAS
        • OUT-GROUP HOMOGENEITY
        • BLAMING THE VICTIM
        • JUSTIFYING FEELINGS OF ENTITLEMENT AND SUPERIORITY
      • Realistic Conflict Theory
        • ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL COMPETITION
    • Reducing Prejudice
      • The Contact Hypothesis
      • When Contact Reduces Prejudice
        • WHERE DESEGREGATION WENT WRONG
      • Cooperation and Interdependence: The Jigsaw Classroom
        • WHY DOES JIGSAW WORK?
    • TRY IT! Jigsaw-Type Group Study
      • THE GRADUAL SPREAD OF COOPERATIVE AND INTERDEPENDENT LEARNING
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Social Psychology in Action 1
    • Using Social Psychology to Achieve a Sustainable and Happy Future
    • Applied Research in Social Psychology
      • Capitalizing on the Experimental Method
        • ASSESSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERVENTIONS
        • POTENTIAL RISKS OF SOCIAL INTERVENTIONS
      • Social Psychology to the Rescue
    • Using Social Psychology to Achieve a Sustainable Future
      • Conveying and Changing Social Norms
    • TRY IT! Reducing Littering with Descriptive Norms
      • Keeping Track of Consumption
      • Introducing a Little Competitiveness
      • Inducing Hypocrisy
      • Removing Small Barriers to Achieve Big Changes
    • Happiness and a Sustainable Lifestyle
      • What Makes People Happy?
        • SATISFYING RELATIONSHIPS
        • FLOW: BECOMING ENGAGED IN SOMETHING YOU ENJOY
        • ACCUMULATE EXPERIENCES, NOT THINGS
        • HELPING OTHERS
    • TRY IT! Applying the Research to Your Own Life
      • Do People Know What Makes Them Happy?
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Social Psychology in Action 2
    • Social Psychology and Health
    • Stress and Human Health
      • Resilience
      • Effects of Negative Life Events
    • TRY IT! The College Life Stress Inventory
      • LIMITS OF STRESS INVENTORIES
    • Perceived Stress and Health
    • Feeling in Charge: The Importance of Perceived Control
      • INCREASING PERCEIVED CONTROL IN NURSING HOMES
      • DISEASE, CONTROL, AND WELL-BEING
    • Coping with Stress
      • Gender Differences in Coping with Stress
      • Social Support: Getting Help from Others
    • TRY IT! Social Support
      • Reframing: Finding Meaning in Traumatic Events
    • Prevention: Promoting Healthier Behavior
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Social Psychology in Action 3
    • Social Psychology and the Law
    • Eyewitness Testimony
      • Why Are Eyewitnesses Often Wrong?
        • ACQUISITION
        • STORAGE
        • RETRIEVAL
      • Judging Whether Eyewitnesses Are Mistaken
        • RESPONDING QUICKLY
        • THE PROBLEM WITH VERBALIZATION
        • POST-IDENTIFICATION FEEDBACK
    • TRY IT! The Accuracy of Eyewitness Testimony
      • The Recovered Memory Debate
    • Juries: Group Processes in Action
      • How Jurors Process Information During the Trial
      • Confessions: Are They Always What They Seem?
      • Deliberations in the Jury Room
    • Summary
    • Test Yourself
  • Glossary
  • References
  • Credits
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