Groups and Individuals: Explanations in Social Psychology was one of those books that just doesn’t quite know where it’s going. Willem Doise had evidently annoyed the person who read it before me, as they’d left amusingly irate notes in the margin concerning the incorrect definitions of many, if not most, of the terms used. Some interesting points if you can plough through the rubbish and the boredom, but it’s not really worth it.

It was so bad, in fact, that no one has bothered uploading a picture of it to the internet, so you have one of the author instead.

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