Applying Social Psychology : From Problems to Solutions Paperback
Part of the Sage Social Psychology Program series
The Second Edition of this best selling textbook continues to offer a simple, systematic, step-by-step guide to doing applied psychology.
Using the authors' own PATH model, the text presents a new methodology for applying primarily social psychological theory to a wide range of social problems.
With real-world case studies, end-of-chapter exercises and interviews with leading social psychologists, Applying Social Psychology guides students to define a problem, conduct a theory-based analysis, develop an explanatory model, set up and execute a research project to test the model, and develop an intervention.
Written in the same engaging and accessible way, this Second Edition offers: - A new appendix with examples of PATH model applications - An extended glossary - Case studies from organizational, health, and environmental psychology - Recent applied social psychology research - More focus on applied evolutionary psychology - Interventions to reduce intergroup prejudice and manage diversity in the workplace - Social network analysis and social media as research tools.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 200 pages, black & white tables, figures
- Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
- Publication Date: 10/09/2013
- Category: Social, group or collective psychology
- ISBN: 9781446249086