1. Social Psychology: The Science of Human Experience
2. Students' Mindsets: Messages That Motivate
3. Strangers to Ourselves: Discovering the Adaptive Unconscious
4. A Purpose for Working Hard
5. Human Autonomy
6. The Mindful Social Animal
7. Dissonance, Hypocrisy, and the Self-Concept
8. Self-Affirmation: Understanding the Effects
9. Emotional Disclosure and Social Judgement
10. Using Cognitive Dissonance to Encourage Water Conservation
11. Trial by Therapy
12. Opinions and Social Pressure
13. Behavioral Study of Obedience
14. "From Jerusalem to Jericho"
15. A Room with a Viewpoint
16. Attribution Versus Persuasion as a Means for Modifying Behavior
17. You Are What You Do: Implicating the Self to Influence Behavior
18. Compliance Without Pressure
19. Work and the Art of Motivation Maintenance
20. Low Glucose Relates to Greater Aggression in Married Couples
21. Deindividuation and Anger-Mediated Interracial Aggression
22. Does Venting Anger Feed or Extinguish the Flame?
23. Reducing Intergroup Prejudice and Conflict Using the Media
24. Jigsaw Groups and the Desegregated Classroom
25. Implicit Bias in Social Interactions
26. Prejudice as Self-Image Maintenance
27. Lending a Hand
28. The Long Reach of the Social in "Social Animal"
29. The Social Animal Encounters Social Rejection
30. Arbitrary Social Norms Influence Sex Differences in Romantic Selectivity
31. Scientific Reproducibility in the Study of Social Animals
32. The Replicability Issue and Stereotype Threat Research
33. Research in Social Psychology as a Leap of Faith.
Elliot Aronson is one of the most eminent and versatile
psychologists of our time. He is the only person in the 120 year
history of the American Psychological Association to have won all
three of its major awards: Distinguished Researcher (1999),
Distinguished Teaching (1980), and Distinguished Writing
Joshua Aronson is associate professor of developmental, social, and educational psychology, at New York University. He is best known for his pioneering research on stereotype threat, research that has been cited in three Supreme Court cases and has been among the most widely cited research programs in psychology and education.