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Social Psychology , Fifth Edition
Sharon S. Brehm - Indiana University Bloomington
Saul M. Kassin - Williams College
Steven Fein - Williams College
Thinking Critically

The Thinking Critically activities are designed to help you sharpen your powers of critical examination by providing you with a framework for analyzing evidence before drawing conclusions. This skill is particularly useful when examining online materials from various sources. The framework is built around five questions that you will find useful in analyzing not only psychological research studies, but other forms of communication as well, including political speeches, advertising claims, and appeals for contributions.

Chapter 1:
Introduction



Chapter 2:
Doing Social Psychology Research

 

Chapter 3:
The Social Self



Chapter 4:
Perceiving Persons

  No exercises currently exist for this chapter.

Chapter 5:
Perceiving Groups



Chapter 6:
Attitudes



Chapter 7:
Conformity



Chapter 8:
Group Processes

 

Chapter 9:
Attraction and Close Relationships

 

Chapter 10:

Helping Others



Chapter 11:
Aggression

 

Chapter 12:
Law

 

Chapter 13:
Business

  No exercises currently exist for this chapter.

Chapter 14:
Health

 





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