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SOCIAL
PSYCHOLOGY
Sixth Edition
Michael A. Hogg
Graham M. Vaughan
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SOCIAL
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Michael A, Hogg
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Library of Congress Catalogmg-in-Publication Data
Hogg, Michael A , 1954-
Social psychology / Michael A Hogg Graham M Vaughan —6th ed
p cm
Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN 978-0-273-72596-1 (pbk.)
1. Social psychology. I. Vaughan, Graham M. II. Title.
HM1033.H64 2011
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2010041473
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