SOP 3004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Social Influence

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What is the difference between Sociology and Social Psychology?
Sociology - groups of people, sociological approach. Social Psychology - people
within groups, how people behave in relation to one another. The goals and
methods differ.
How do our values enter into the study of Social Psychology?
What are the main areas of research today?
Social Thinking
Social Influence
Social Relations
What are social psychology’s big lessons?
We construct our social reality
Our social intuitions are often powerful but sometimes perilous
Social influences shape our behaviour
Personal attitudes and dispositions also shape behaviour
Social behaviour is biologically rooted
Social psychology’s principles are applicable to everyday life and other
disciplines
Social Psychology and Human Values
Obvious ways in which values enter
Not-so-obvious ways in which values enter
The subjective aspects of science
Psychological concepts contain hidden values
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