Social Psychology (often used as an incorrect synonym of Social Cognition) is the study of social relationships, organizations, and the like. Social Cognition is how we perceive our social surroundings. Herein are links to pages describing them each, as well as raw material, research, and links to author's works on the topics.
Please submit only organizations that relate to the academic study of social psychology.
Internet applications to psychology and related fields. Internet psychology is a growing branch of psychology where the effects of information technology and networked communities upon human behavior are investigated. Ideas such as reality awareness, interpersonal communication, child development and fantasy play are researched.
Organizations that relate to the academic study of social psychology.
Please submit only organizations that relate to the academic study of social psychology.
Web sites of or by people conducting research or analysis in social psychology. Such people are usually in academic or research or institutional settings. They are expected to have authored publications in social psychology.
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TITLE OF SITE should simply be: Lastname, Firstname X.

SITE DESCRIPTION should simply be a list of your research interests followed by (Your University, country)

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This category is concerned with the social psychological study both of persuasion and of social influence. Psychogists working in these fields are interested in how social context affects the relationship between attitudes, beliefs, and behavior.

Topics related to persuasion include: attitude formation and measurement; attitude structure and organization; attitude-behavior consistency; source, audience, and message framing effects in persuasion; minority and majority group influence; and prejudice. Prominent researchers in this area include Ajzen, Asch, Cacioppo, Fazio, and Petty.

Please only submit sites concerned with persuasion and social influence inasmuch as they relate to social psychology.