Look over the table of contents in your textbook. Which topic is the most interesting to you personally? Why? Which topic looks like it may connect most to your spiritual, emotional, and professional development?
Chapter 1: An Invitation to Social Psychology—Chapter 2: The Methods of Social Psychology—Chapter 3: The Social Self—Chapter 4: Social Cognition: Thinking about People and Situations—Chapter 5: Social Attribution: Explaining Behavior—Chapter 6: Emotion—Chapter 7: Attitudes, Behavior, and Rationalization—Chapter 8: Persuasion—Chapter 9: Social Influence—Chapter 10: Relationships and Attraction—Chapter 11: Stereotyping, Prejudice, and Discrimination—Chapter 12: Groups—Chapter 13: Aggression—Chapter 14: Altruism and Cooperation—Application Module 1: Social Psychology and Health—Application Module 2: Social Psychology and Education—Application Module 3: Social Psychology and the Law