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Social Psychology, 2nd Edition

About The Book

Providing a complete new set of information in the second edition, world renowned psychologist Roger Brown provides insight on language and communication, issues of sexual liberation, and equity and altruism in regard to social psychology.

A completely revised book with new organization and topics in comparison to the first volume, Social Psychology evaluates the pros and cons of current arguments in the ever-changing world of psychology.

In a balance of opinion and research in order to activate a flow of relevant memories and introspection, Roger Brown helps readers comprehend abstract concepts and principles in psychology. As each chapter is fully understandable on its own, this reference book is the perfect source of information for students, teachers, and professionals.

About The Author

Roger Brown was an American psychologist best known for his focus on social psychology, the relationship between language and thought, and the linguistic development of children.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Free Press (February 27, 2003)
  • Length: 720 pages
  • ISBN13: 9780743253406

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