the psychological study of social behavior, especially of the reciprocal influence of the individual and the group with which the individual interacts.
social psychology
(psychol) the area of psychology concerned with the interaction between individuals and groups and the effect of society on behaviour

social psychology n.
The branch of human psychology that deals with the behavior of groups and the influence of social factors on the individual.


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