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Examines the importance of sex and gender in social psychology. The concepts of sex role and gender role have been differentiated in much in the literature: Sex role refers to aspects of behavior associated closely with biological sex, whereas behavior elaborated on biological differences by...
In the spring of 1962 Stanley Milgram was conducting his final two experiments on obedience to authority. One of these, which he called the Bridgeport condition, was designed to test the effects of institutional context on people's obedience to the commands of an authority figure. Participants...
In this last chapter, the authors reexamine the integrative model of social psychology which has been the focus of this book. Discussion focuses on the scope and function of social psychology, a basic social psychological vocabulary, theoretical strategy, theoretical and empirical cutting edges...
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