Social psychology is the basis for much of the research conducted by SRC researchers, as they seek to inform the public and policy makers not only on the results of their research, but also on the behaviors and social interactions behind those results. Some researchers apply social psychology concepts to methodological issues exploring the social and cultural influences on respondents’ answers to questions about attitudes and behaviors.
Social Psychology Featured Projects
- Army Study To Assess Risk and Resilience in Servicemembers (STARRS) Longitudinal StudyMore
- Humility and Forgiveness: The Role of Social Relations among Three Ethnic GroupsMore
- Improving Mental Health Outcomes: Building an Adaptive Implementation StrategyMore
- Monitoring the Future: Drug Use and Lifestyles of American Youth (MTF)More
- Neurodevelopmental Pathways in Adolescent Health Risk BehaviorMore
- Social Relations, Aging and Health: Competing Theories and Emerging ComplexitiesMore