Social Psychology Awareness, Research and Resources
“The field of human relations in Freud’s sense is similar to the market—it is an exchange of satisfaction of biologically given needs, in which the relationship to the other individual is always a means to an end but never an end in itself.”― Erich Fromm
"Social psychology is a branch of psychology that focuses on how individuals' thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by the social environment in which they live. It studies how people's thoughts, emotions, and actions are shaped by the presence of others, social interactions, group dynamics, and social norms.
An Overview of Social Psychology Verywell Mind
Conducting Research in Social Psychology University of Minnesota
Social and Applied Psychology University of Sussex