|Author:||Clyde A. Hendrick|
|Title:||Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (The Review of Personality and Social Psychology) (v. 9)|
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|Category:||Psychology and Counseling|
|Publisher:||SAGE Publications, Inc (September 1, 1987)|
This chapter overviews the social psychology of intergroup relations; focusing on how cognitive and social interactive processes affect how people individually or collectively think and feel about, and interact with people who are not members of the same group as they are.
ISBN13: 9780803930919. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. by Clyde A. Hendrick. An analysis of terrorism from a social psychological perspective and an empirical exploration of the effects of cooperative learning teams in desegregated school settings are among the issues discussed in Group Processes and Intergroup Relations.
Social Psychology of Intergroup Relations and Group Processes. Abrams, . & Hogg, M. A. (1999) Social Identity and Social Cognition. Brown, . & Capozza. Social Identities: Motivational, Emotional, Cultural Influences. Ellemers, . Spears, . & Doosje, B. (1999) Social Identity: Context, Commitment, Content. Otten, . Sassenberg, . & Kessler, T. (2008). Intergroup Relations: The Role of Motivation and Emotion. Additional reading: Brewer, . The many faces of social identity: Implications for political psychology. Political Psychology, 22, 115-125. Messick, D. & Mackie, D. M. (1989). Intergroup relations.
SPSP (Society for Personality and Social Psychology). SPSSI (Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues). EASP (European Association for Social Psychology). BPS (British Psychological Society). Group Processes and Intergroup Relations adheres to the APA reference style. View the APA guidelines to ensure your manuscript conforms to this reference style.
Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Page 3. The Psychological Study of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations in Prosocial Behavior Past, Present, Future Stefan Stürmer and Mark Snyder. intergroup discrimination, conflict, and aggression), while the role of group processes in forms of prosocial behavior, specifically helping, has been relatively neglected (see, for instance, Hogg & Abrams, 2001).
Social identity theory is an interactionist social psychological theory of the role of self-conception and associated cognitive processes and social beliefs in group processes and intergroup. Social psychology and intergroup relations. Billig, . & Tajfel, H. (1973). Social categorisation and similarity in intergroup behaviour. European Journal of Social Psychology, 3, 27–52. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Brewer, M. & Campbell, D. T. (1976).
The Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations is a reflection of the growing integration of what were formerly two distinct approaches. With approximately 300 entries, the two volumes of this encyclopedia cover concepts ranging from conformity to diversity and from small group interaction to intergroup relations on a global scale.
Much of the work on the social psychology of intergroup relations has focused on patterns of in-dividual prejudices and discrimination and on the motivational sequences of interpersonal interac-tion. Outstanding examples of these approaches can be found, respectively, in the theory of authori-tarian personality (Adorno et a. 1950) and in the various versions and modifications of the theory of frustration, aggression, and displacement (such as Berkowitz, 1962, 1969, 1974)
The MSc in Social and Applied Psychology at the University of Kent is a one-year full-time (or two year part-time) taught programme. It consists of advanced training in statistics and methodology, two compulsory modules in social and applied psychology, two option modules, and an empirical project. Personality and social motivation.