Employing a lively and accessible writing style, author Daniel W. Barrett integrates up-to-date coverage of social psychology’s core theories, concepts, and research with a discussion of emerging developments in the field–including social neuroscience and the social psychology of happiness, religion, and sustainability. Engaging examples, Applying Social Psychology sections, and a wealth of pedagogical features help readers cultivate a deep understanding of the causes of social behavior.
Chapter 8: Helping
Volunteers donate blood on September 11, 2001 at a Park Ridge, Illinois, donation station set up to help victims of the World Trade Center attack in New York City.
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- 8.1 Define the social responsibility norm, prosocial behavior, egoism, altruism, inclusive fitness, principle of kin selection, heritability of helping behavior, and reciprocal helping.
- 8.2 Describe the mood management hypothesis and compare and contrast the negative state relief and the arousal: cost reward models.
- 8.3 Critique bystander apathy as an explanation for failure to help; identify the characteristics of emergencies; identify the five steps in the failure-to-help model and explain the roles of diffusion of responsibility and pluralistic ignorance in failures to help.
- 8.4 Discuss the practices that social psychologists have established to help ...