Perspectives on Experimental Social Psychology in India

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  • Author :Janak Pandey
  • Year of Publication :2016
  • ISBN: :9788170221869
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: XV, 280
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Psychology, Sociology

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About the Book :

The book presents for the first time a wide range of original contributions by leading researchers in Experimental Social Psychology. It provides a historical overview of the field in India as well as a survey of some current research areas. Theoretical, Methodological and empirical trends in the following contemporary research topics are examined in details:
    •    Information Integration
    •    Attribution Theory
    •    Prosocial Behaviour
    •    Machiavellianlsm
    •    Ingratiation
    •    Attitudes, conformity and persuasion
In addition, this volume evaluates critically the methodology of experimental social psychology and the present status of the discipline. A lively debate is also presented on the future direction of social psychology. The book will be an invaluable reference guide to researchers in the field of social behaviour.

About Author :

Janak Pandey, a Ph. D. of Kansas State University, is at present working in the Centre of Advanced Study in Psychology, University of Allahabad, Apart from other publications on dependency, need for achievement, leadership. Pro social behaviour and integration, he is the author of "Perspectives on Experimental Social Psychology in India" (Concept, 1981).