Social and Community Psychology

Social psychologists study how people interact with each other and how they are affected by their social environments. They study individuals as well as groups, observable behaviors, and private thoughts. It studies the manner in which the personality, attitudes, motivations, and behavior of the individual influence and are influenced by social groups, so it is known as the "Science of society".

Social psychologists can be found in a wide variety of academic settings, as well as in advertising, corporations, hospitals, educational institutions and architectural and engineering firms as researchers, consultants and personnel managers

Community psychology is a branch of psychology that involves the study of how individuals relate to their communities and the reciprocal effect of communities on individuals.

 

  • Theories, concepts and values in community psychology
  • Child and pediatric nursing
  • Adult nursing
  • Psychosis & psychological disorders
  • Geriatric mental Nnursing
  • Forensic psychiatric nursing
  • Ethical and legal issues in nursing
  • Collaboration and community strengths
  • Social psychological and personality science
  • Self-help & mutual support groups
  • Research & intrapersonal phenomena

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