PSY403 Bc190401673 Maira Qursam Assignment No 01 Solution: Being a student of social psychology, please elaborate the differences between the sociological social psychology and psychological social psychology? Answer: sociological social psychology (and of sociology more generally) may in part indicate a lack of shared standards for developing and testing theories, which, has argued in various places, lends itself to the creation of nebulous theories that lack true explanatory power. On the opposing hand, one might argue that the wide variety of approaches in sociological social psychology may reflect the diverse and multifaceted nature of the social phenomena under investigation, so theoretical and methodological differences ought to be tolerated, if not appreciated and cultivated. Resolution of this ongoing debate Psychological social psychology is concerned with social influences on individual behavior. In its century of modern history, psychological social psychology has addressed issues of attitude, perception, memory, prejudice, personality, emotion, conformity, learning, socialization, persuasion, and cognition. In topics, methods, and theory there has been minimal overlap with sociological social psychology primarily because of psychology's persistent emphasis on the individual as the most important unit of analysis. is perhaps one of the most important tasks facing sociology . Different Scenario: Justification Identification of variables Scenario Dependent variable Independent variable Violent TV, programs is independent variable because they are causing the aggressive behavior. Aggressive behavior Violent TV programs Children who are more exposed to violent TV programs, show more aggressive behavior. External environment is independent variable because it cause illness that name is anxiety. Anxiety disorder External environments People who are more exposed to external environments are more vulnerable to illness anxiety disorders now days. Homesickness is Feeling of Homesickness causing the dependent being variable the feeling of discriminated being discriminated. Homesickness increases the feeling of being discriminated in international students in United states of America. Same as Less donated money Socially excluded Same as Altruistic behavior High selfesteem Socially excluded people donate less money to fund for poor students. Children with high selfesteem are more altruistic in behavior.