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​​​SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: Theories, Research, and Applications, Sixth Edition
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Daniel A. Miller, PhD​

Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne

Kenneth S. Bordens, PhD​ (Emeritus)

Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne


Irwin A. Horowitz, PhD (Late)

Oregon State University-Emeritus

Pages: 652 Pages
Copyright Year: © 2023​
Status: Available
Formats & Ordering ISBNs:

Paperback (Full Color): 978-1-955543-30-9
Paperback (B/W): 978-1-955543-26-2
Loose-Leaf (B/W): 978-1-955543-31-6
Online eTexbook: 978-1-955543-10-1

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: Theories, Research, and Applications is a comprehensive and balanced introduction to social psychology that integrates theory and research with real-world applications. The text is organized around a socio-historical framework that connects historical and cultural events to social psychological theory, providing students with a deep understanding of how social psychology applies to their everyday lives and to global events.

The book also includes a range of features designed to enhance student learning and engagement. These include critical thinking exercises, real-world case studies, and opportunities for self-reflection and application.

Whether used as a primary text for an introductory social psychology course or as a supplement to more advanced studies, SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: Theories, Research, and Applications is an essential resource for any student seeking a comprehensive understanding of this dynamic field.

Updated coverage of current issues and scholarly research.  The text has been thoroughly updated to reflect recent research, theories, scholarship, and applications. It also addressed current controversies in the field.

A wealth of applications. In addition to the integration of real-world examples and cases integrated throughout the core text, this new edition includes a new applied chapter (Chapter #12) that focuses on the areas of law, health, and business. 

An accessible and relevant text that offers a unique narrative. The natural and relaxed writing style promotes the sense of a conversation between the authors and the reader, facilitating student engagement with the content.​​

Focus on research. In addition to the many citations found throughout the text that highlight applied interesting social psychology topics, the authors connect the theory and research of social psychology that can be used to understand the complexities of cultural, historical, and current events. Students will come away from this text with a sense that they are truly social creatures, subject to the influence of the social and physical environment.

Emphasis on critical thinking. Explores how theory is connect to practice.

​►Meeting students where they learn and professors where they teach. The narrative is presented in a modular style offering students material in digestible chunks and instructors flexibility in syllabus sequence.

Contemporary design with rich illustration program. Numerous graphs, fig­ures, and tables reinforce the text discussions by pro­viding a visual guide to key concepts.

​►Expanded Student-friendly pedagogy and features. Each chapter includes chapter key questions, chapter-opening vignettes, on-page key terms definitions, "Social Psychology in Action” box inserts,  study breaks, comprehensive chapter reviews, chapter quizzes, and much more! study breaks, chapter quizzes, comprehensive chapter reviews, and more!
Complete Instructor's Support Package. Instructor's Resource Manual, Test Item File, PowerPoint Lecture Slides, and Online Video Labs w/Student Worksheets.
For Student (Value Series):

Printed Text

(Paperback &

Loose-Leaf )


(Online-All Devices)


Study Guide

Quizlet Study Set

Printable Lecture Guide

For Instructors:

Instructor's Manual

Test Item


PowerPoint Lecture Slides

Online Video Labs w/Student Worksheets

100% of Our Development, Production, and Manufacturing are done here in the U.S.A.​
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