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Paperback Social Cognition Book

ISBN: 0070211914

ISBN13: 9780070211919

Social Cognition

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This encyclopaedic resource book on social cognition provides an accessible and readable text and contains over 3000 articles and chapter and book references, all of which have been reviewed and synthesized. It is intended as a resource for any field in which a cognitive perspective is strongly represented.

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Social cognition is how people make sense of themselves and others. The area of study encompasses a wide array of topics, such as attitudes, person perception, attention, motivation, self-presentation, memory processing of social information, inference, foundations of emotion, stereotyping, and self-regulation. This book critically evaluates all social cognition theories, evidence, and applications and does it in a readable style.Well-organized, the book is divided into four sections. Section one deals with the "what" of social cognition; two, with the "how"; three, with the cross-fertilization of cognitive psychology and social psychology; and four, with the applications of social cognition research to the real world.Without question "Social Cognition" is the standard, state-of-the-art resource for providing a road map to the fullest and clearest understanding of not only social thinking processes but also the creatures who do the processing.
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