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This book was originally purchased for an Experimental Psychology class. This book was also like a bible for me. The author uses a form of writing that makes an already difficult subject easier to understand with the drawings and diagrams that reiterate in a Cited by: A Social Psychology Research Experience is a workbook that offers students a hands-on introduction to how social psychologists develop and test their research questions. Used in conjunction with a comprehensive instructor's manual, this workbook includes skill building and interactive group activities that lead students through hypothesis generation, experimental design, /5(9). Purchase The Psychological Experiment - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Book Edition: 1. As this text proves, psychology books devoted to the history of the field need not be dry or dull. The book offers a very human view of some of the great thinkers that have influenced psychology, including Descartes, Locke, Darwin, Freud, and Skinner. The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
Milgram first described his research in a article in the Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology and later discussed his findings in greater depth in his book, Obedience to Authority: An Experimental View. PeopleImages / Getty Images. Another great source of experiment ideas is your own psychology specific chapters or sections that you find particularly interesting, like a chapter on social psychology or a section on child development. Browse through some of the experiments discussed in your book and then think of how you might devise an experiment related to some of the. Milgram's Lost Letter Experiment Classic social psychology experiments are widely used to expose the key elements of aggressive behavior, prejudice and stereotyping. Social group prejudice is manifested in people's unfavorable attitudes towards a particular social group. Stanley Milgram's Lost Letter Experiment further explains this. The writer of this book, Australian journalist Gina Perry, began her research to discover why Milgram's famous psychological experiments were so dreadful. What she discovered instead, and brings the reader along in this discovery, is the very human, messy, complex story of not just Milgram, but many of the subjects of his experiments as well as the people who helped him conduct the experiments/5(35).