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Principles of Social Psychology

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Principles of Social Psychology
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Publisher: Flat World Knowledge
ISBN/ASIN: 1453329633
ISBN-13: 9781453329634
Number of pages: 752

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I wrote this book to help students organize their thinking about social psychology at a conceptual level. I hope that they will remember some basic ideas, for it is these principles that will allow them to critically analyze new situations and really put their knowledge to use.

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