Think back over the material we have covered this term. Hopefully, as we have gone along and you have read about ideas and theories, you have been able to apply them to your observations of the social world around you. Perhaps you have gained a different perspective on some of the things you have observed and some insights into the dynamics you have experienced.
Given that, how might the knowledge of social psychology that you have gained during this course benefit you in your current (or future) occupation? How about in your current or future relationships? Can you think of areas in which social psychology might have no apparent application? If so, brainstorm about ways that social psychology might even be applied to those areas.
reference: Kenrick. Social Psychology: Goals in Interaction. 6th edition Pearson Custom (REVEL access) ISBN# 9781323773444