Social Psychology: Bringing It All Together

timer Asked: Nov 23rd, 2015

Question description

According to Feenstra (2013):
“Social psychologists investigate how people
view themselves and others, how they interact with and influence others, and how
people act when part of a group. Given the amount of time spent thinking about
and interacting with other  people, it follows that much of our lives are spent
with the subject matter of social psychology.”(p.xix)

This is a
formal research paper and must be eight to ten pages in length.  Imagine that
this paper will be used as a reference for individuals who are completely
unfamiliar with social psychology principles.  This paper will provide them with
an overview of the field, and explain the key principles associated with its

Include the following components in your research

    1.   Discovering the Self – How do we perceive ourselves and
our interactions with others?

        a.   Self-concept, awareness, and self-schemas
b.   The acting self
        c.   Self-esteem and
    2.   Thinking About Others – What
judgments do we make about other people?

        a.   Attributions: internal, external, explanatory
        b.   Attitudes and behavior
        c.   Prejudice,
stereotypes, discrimination
    3.   Influencing Others:
Persuasion – How do we use the power of persuasion?

        a.   Persuasion techniques
        b.   Characteristics
of the persuader, message, audience
    4.   Influencing
Others: Obedience and Conformity – What factors lead us to conform and become

        a.   Aggressive behavior and aggression cues
Prosocial behavior
        c.   Relationship building, love, and
    5.   Group Dynamics – What are elements of a

        a.   Types of groups
        b.   Consequences of
        c.   Social dilemmas
After addressing
the components above, reflect on the future of social psychology. Given the
immense changes that our society is experiencing (both nationally and
internationally), what do you predict will occur in the field of social
psychology? What ground-breaking new research do you anticipate?

Final Paper must be eight to ten pages in length (excluding the title page,
reference page, and any appendices) and it must follow APA format, as outlined
in the Ashford Writing Center.   The Final Paper will demonstrate accomplishment
of course learning outcomes through critical analysis of theory and

Writing the Final

The Final Paper:

1.   Must be eight to ten
double-spaced pages in length (excluding the title page, reference page, and any
appendices) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the approved
style guide.

2.   Must include a cover page with the following:

    a.     Title of paper
    b.     Student’s name
Course name and number
    d.     Instructor’s name
    e.     Date
3.   Must include an introductory paragraph with a
succinct thesis statement.

4.   Must address the topic of the paper with
critical thought.

5.   Must conclude with a restatement of the thesis and
a concluding paragraph.

6.   Must use APA style as outlined in the
Ashford Writing Center to document sources for all facts that are not common

7.   Must include at least five references listed in APA

8.   Must include a reference list completed according to APA
style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

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