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European social psychology had been decimated by the war’s destruction and the emigration of many important scholars to America. ” For example, research on the “risky shift”—the tendency of individuals to take more risks in group decisions than when deciding alone (Wallach, Kogan & Bem, )—was popular for a time. Another example was Stanley Milgram’s obedience studies (, ). Arguably, nothing has defined social psychology more sharply in the public mind, for better and for worse, than Milgram’s research.
Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Tedeschi, J. , Schlenker, B. , & Bonoma, T. V. (). Cognitive dissonance: Private ratiocination or public spectacle? American Psychologist, , –. Zuckerman, M. (). Attribution of success and failure revisited, or: The motivational bias is alive and well in attribution theory. Journal of Personality, , –. Chapter 2 How We Got Here from There: A Brief History of Social Psychology Harry T. Reis She that from whom We all were sea-swallow’d, though some cast again (And by that destiny) to perform an act Whereof what’s past is prologue; what to come, In yours and my discharge.