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PSYC 2800 - Social Psychology: Welcome

"Social psychology is especially interested in the effect which the social group has in the determination of the experience and conduct of the individual member."

-George H. Mead


Welcome to the research guide for PSYC 2800 Social Psychology. Click on the tabs above to find information on:

  • Choosing a Topic will help you explore topics in social psychology and find out where you can begin with your preliminary research.
  • Reading Scholarly Literature, that will provide information about what makes a scholarly article different from popular materials, and how to read and understand a scholarly article.
  • Finding Books, in print and digital formats, that will help you build a broad understanding of social psychology topics.
  • Finding Articles, that will allow you to locate and access psychology-related research articles.
  • Citing Sources will provide information on APA format.

Be sure to hover over the titles of listed resources to find summaries of their contents, and contact a librarian for additional assistance.

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