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This is a revision of a market leader in social cognition written by two well-known and respected authors. The text is designed to provide a critical overview of the theories and methods in the newly emerging field of social cognition. The major theme of the book is that normal cognitive processes account for much of how people understand themselves and others. In basic re ...more
Paperback, 672 pages
Published November 1st 2007 by McGraw-Hill Higher Education (first published January 28th 1984)
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J. Keck
A must read for students of psychology who would understand Cognitive-Behavioral Psychology. The text provides a basis for understanding elements of social cognition, attribution theory, and social schemata, along with many processes of social cognition.
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Recommended to Mike by: Laurie Rudman
The social cognition "bible". It's a book that Laurie Rudman recommended in her Attitudes and Social Cognition course. ...more
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Susan Tufts Fiske is the Eugene Higgins Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs in the Department of Psychology at Princeton University. She is a social psychologist known for her work on social cognition, stereotypes, and prejudice.

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