Self in a Social World
There are three things extremely hard, steel, a diamond, and to know ones self.
Spotlights and Illusions
from our self-focused perspective, we overestimate our conspicuousness. This spotlight
effect means that we t
Introducing Social Psychology
The French philosopher-novelist Jean-Paul Sartre (1946) wrote. We cannot be distinguished
from our situations, for they form us and decide our possibilities (pp. 5960, paraphrased).
What is social psychology?
Which of the following is the simplest form of elicited behavior?
a. feedback stimuli
b. reflexive behavior
c. the sensitization process
d. the habitation response
Which of the following is true regarding any given modal action pattern?