This is an account of social psychology in the 1990s, combining real-world examples and current event topics. It discussses social psychological differences and similarities associated with gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, nationality, and culture. It features research from 29 countries. The four parts of the text move from an internal to an external focus. The text begins with the individual's social perception and moves outward to interpersonal relationships, group interactions and applications. It includes two separate chapters on attraction and intimate relationships, in an attempt to provide greater depth and clarity on two prominent topics in current research. Another chapter is devoted to self-perception.
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