Social Psychology is a fascinating study of how individuals act within the context of society. It is an amalgamation of both Sociology and Psychology and deals with how individuals act based on being part of a group. The areas of study include the basis of racism, the anatomy of prejudice, bias, stereotyping, group behaviour, learned helplessness, self-fulfilling prophecy and cognitive dissonance. There are a number of prepared notes and discussions to explain these to the customers.
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