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- Basic and Applied Social Psychology is a scientific journal published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. It includes research articles, literature reviews, methodological innovations, and theoretical statements spanning the entire range of social psychological issues. The journal is based on the belief that social psychologists can have a part in the understanding and solution of many social problems. Thus BASP publishes basic research in areas of social psychology that can be applied to societal problems as well as direct applications of social psychology to those problems. The major objective of the journal is to provide a consolidated place for the publication of basic and applied research from a broad range of disciplines and specialty areas.
- BASP provides a way for social psychologists to communicate with one another across a wide range of problem interests and subspecialties. Its goal is not only to provide a forum for a broad mixture of experiments, field studies, and reviews of social psychology, but also to serve as a resource for those interested in the application of complex human experimentation to problems of health, environment, and society.
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Volume 30 (2008)Edit
Volume 29 (2007)Edit
Volume 28 (2006)Edit
Volume 27 (2005)Edit
- Burger, J. M., & Lynn, A. L. (2005). Superstitious behavior among American and Japanese professional baseball players. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 27, 71-76. Full text