Social Psychology
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This Social Psychology Study guide covers 7 topics in depth. These include Individual Impressions, Social Categorisation, Attitudes and more, with multiple subtopics inside each of the main topic areas (see full list of topics below). It has been tailored to cater for Psychology students of all levels, from any University and has been specifically designed to improve both, the direction of your coursework research and the efficiency of your exam revision.

  • Individual Impressions
    • Forming First Impressions
    • Cue Accuracy
    • Cue Interpretation
    • Causal Attributions
    • Correction
    • Systematic Processing
    • Impact of Impressions
  • Group Impressions
    • Definitions
    • Forming Impressions of Groups
    • Accuracy
    • Motives
    • Measuring Stereotypes
    • Overcoming Stereotypes
    • Barriers to Change
  • Social Categorisation
    • Group-Categorisation
    • Effects of Categorisation
    • Motivation
    • Effects of perceived threat
    • Stigmatized Groups
  • Attitudes
    • Attitude Formation/ Change
    • Attitudes and Behaviour
  • Norms and Conformity
    • Conformity to Social Norms
    • Motivational Functions of Conformity
    • Extreme Social Norms
    • Minority Influence
  • Norms and Behaviour
    • Guiding Social Behaviour
    • Reciprocity and Commitment
    • Obedience Norm
  • Group Interactions and Performance
    • Social Formation
    • Performance in Face-To-Face Groups
    • Group Development
    • Group Performance
    • Leadership

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