Elements of Social Psychology
by William Flexner
Publisher: Sarup & Sons 2004
Number of pages: 410
There is a difference in the behaviour of an individual when he behaves individually and when he behaves in a group or in a social setting. Social psychology tries to understand individuals and groups and how they behave in specific social situations.
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