Social psychology

Situationism in Social psychology is the psychology of the individual, as influenced by one or more other people, who make up the social situation (Fiske, 2011). Explain the concept of situationism. How can it impact individual and group behavior? Why does it impact personalities? Explain.


What kinds of occupations hold a higher standard to conformity and obedience? How does this impact the public at large? Explain



“Most don’t in academics and research consider cost. How does cost relate to research and design? How will cost be a driving factor in how research be conducted? Explain.”

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