Number 6 (2008)

Doliński, D. (2008). How are experiments conducted in social psychology?

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Dariusz Doliński
Warsaw School of Social Psychology
Abstract:
The paper attempts to discuss the way experiments are conducted in modern social psychology. It is argued that psychologists are more concentrated on methods than on theoretical ideas and hypotheses. Besides, current social psychology is focused on beliefs and judgments (e.g. stereotypes and attitudes) rather than on human behavioral reactions (e.g. altruism or aggression).

Keywords: experiment, social cognition, social behavior

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Doliński, D. (2008). How are experiments conducted in social psychology?. Psychologia Społeczna, 6, 87–91.
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