Social Psychology

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Social psychology is the development that bridges from psychology and sociology. Until this day, psychologists still argue whether to classify this study as scientific or objective as it examines social exchange involving the application of both experimentation and observation. These two approaches are:

Experimental Social Psychology
– validity in results and research rely on the application science
Critical Social Psychology
– the inconsistencies of human interaction place science as an unreliable source in social psychology, therefore all surrounding knowledge must be considered

In consideration of both of these approaches, psychologists come closer to understanding human interaction and how perception is conceived through others. The majority of influences that affect our perception and social identity seen below involve culture, gender and cognitive thought.

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