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Learning Objectives to help structure your learning.

SAGE Journal Articles related to each chapter, to extend your knowledge above and beyond the textbook content.

Weblinks to online articles and YouTube videos to support your learning, by demonstrating how social psychology links to real world events.

Memory Maps provide invaluable revision materials to help you remember key facts and concepts.

Multiple Choice Questions to test your understanding of key concepts in each chapter.

Flashcards to revise the textbook content and prepare for exams.

Just click on the links to the left.


PowerPoint prepared by the author will save you time and support your teaching in class.

Testbank of questions to test your students’ knowledge. These are perfect for uploading to your university’s online learning platform.

Resource Pack allows you to easily upload all the lecturer and student resources into your institution’s learning management system (i.e. your Blackboard or Moodle), and customise the content to suit your teaching needs.

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For advice to support your studies visit the SAGE Study Skills website for videos, quizzes and tips to help with your essay and dissertation writing, presentations, literature reviews and more.

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