Classic Social Psychology Articles

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== Critiques of social psychology ==
== Critiques of social psychology ==
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*[[Gergen, K.J. (1973).  Social Psychology as History.  Journal of Personality and Social psychology.  26(2):  309-320.]] 
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*[[Philosophical critiques]]
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*[[Shaffer, L.S. (1977).  The golden fleece:  Anti-intellectualism and social science.  American Psychologist, 32, 814-823.]]
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== Methods ==
== Methods ==
*[[Classic articles on External validity]]
*[[Classic articles on External validity]]
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*[[Classic articles on Ethics]]
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*[[Classic articles on Ethics|Classic articles on Research Ethics]]
*[[Classic articles on Statistical methods]]
*[[Classic articles on Statistical methods]]
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== Intrapersonal processes ==
== Intrapersonal processes ==
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*[[Classic articles on Helping behavior]]
*[[Classic articles on Helping behavior]]
*[[Classic articles on Aggression]]
*[[Classic articles on Aggression]]
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== Processes within groups ==
== Processes within groups ==
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*[[Classic articles on Psychology and Law]]
*[[Classic articles on Psychology and Law]]
*[[Classic articles on Environmental psychology]]
*[[Classic articles on Environmental psychology]]
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*[[Classic articles on population psychology]]

Latest revision as of 22:43, 27 June 2010

There are many articles that can be considered classics in social psychology. This is evidenced by many readers over the years that include classic articles as well as the readers themselves becoming classic. Below is a subset of these articles. At this time, they have admittedly, been subjectively. Future elaborations may included more objective determinants of what should be included in the list.

The summaries are not intended to be abstracts of the articles. Rather they are intended to briefly convey the essence of the article (e.g., in 10 words or less)and a brief statement about why the article is a classic. Following this could be a short paragraph (about 3 to 5 sentences) that describes the article, focusing on the aspects of the article that make it a classic, not for instance, detailed description of independent and dependent variables and a listing of all the studies that were done.

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Critiques of social psychology

Methods

Intrapersonal processes

Interpersonal processes

Processes within groups

Intergroup processes

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