Category:Social Psychology

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Social psychology is the scientific study of how individuals think, feel, and behave in social situations and how these thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by the actual, imagined, or implied presence of others.

Social psychologists study a wide range of topics including attitudes and attitudes change, group behavior and dynamics, social influence, leadership, aggression, obedience, social cognition, and attitudes towards outgroups. They use a variety of research methods including experiments, surveys, and observations to understand these topics.

One of the central themes in social psychology is the study of how people are influenced by others. Social psychologists have shown that people are influenced by others in many ways, including the power of persuasion, group dynamics, and social norms. They have also shown that people's beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors can be affected by subtle cues in their social environment, such as the presence of authority figures or the behavior of others in a group.

Social psychologists also study how individuals form and maintain relationships, including romantic relationships and close friendships. They examine how people form perceptions of others, including how they form impressions of people they have never met, such as in the context of social media.

Overall, social psychology is an important field that helps us understand how individuals behave and interact in social situations, and how social factors such as group dynamics and social norms impact individual behavior and thought.

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