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the branch of psychology that studies persons and their relationships with others and with groups and with society as a whole

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Source: Society for Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2016.
Previous research on the relationship between team identification and social psychological health has almost exclusively focused on enduring social connections.
compile 28 chapters that consider clinical questions from a social psychological perspective.
Sexual Conduct is a major attempt to consider sexuality within a non-biological, social psychological framework.
Based on this research, five broad social domains (socio-demographic, social psychological, socio-cultural, organizational, and community) were identified.
Designed to protect human subjects from unethical treatment, these boards looked askance at the deception common to the social psychological experiment, and rejected the argument that advancement of knowledge required it.
Marsiglio lays out a social psychological framework for conceptualizing men's sexual and procreative identities, and a strategy for helping young men understand them vis-a-vis their life goals and responsibilities.
The TRA was introduced by Martin Fishbein in 1967 (Fishbein, 1967), and later with Icek Ajzen to further develop, revise, and refine this promising social psychological theory.
Empirical evidence, primarily from social psychological research, is examined to illuminate the layperson's construal of responsibility.
As boundary-spanning scientists integrate research on the social psychological dynamics of diversity with research on diversity policies and practices, the distinction is becoming blurred.
When children kill: a social psychological study of youth homicide.
One of the current trends in social psychological literature locates the roots of prejudice in an individual's social identity or, more specifically, in the identification of a person with a particular social sphere to the exclusion of groups outside it.
Second, the recent and "spontaneous" nature (Opp and Gern, 1993) of protest activity in Eastern Europe lessens the potential for confounding the effects of socio-economic status and social psychological incentives with political mobilization effects .
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