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|1.1||October 3, 2014||Book added to the BC Open Textbook Collection|
|1.2||January 25, 2017||Reformatted Table 7.1. (Chapter 7 – Close Relationships: Liking and Loving over the Long Term)||The table had been formatted incorrectly to make the information misleading.|
|1.3||February 3, 2017||Factual error fixed in the second paragraph before Table 7.1. (Chapter 7 – Close Relationships: Liking and Loving over the Long Term)||Error: People with anxious/ambivalent attachment styles feel good about themselves (the goal of self-concern is being met), but they do not have particularly good relations with others. People with avoidant attachment styles are primarily other-concerned.
Correction: People with avoidant attachment styles feel good about themselves (the goal of self-concern is being met), but they do not have particularly good relations with others. People with anxious/ambivalent attachment styles are primarily other-concerned.
|1.4||September 12, 2018||Wording error fixed in the third paragraph under the “Operant Learning” heading in Chapter 2: Sources of Social Knowledge.||Error: We learn, in part, because we have been positively reinforced for engaging in the appropriate ones and negatively reinforced for engaging in the inappropriate ones.
Correction: We learn, in part, because we have been reinforced for engaging in the appropriate ones and punished for engaging in the inappropriate ones.
|1.5||January 14, 2019||Table 1.3 formatting error fixed in Chapter 1: Conducting Research in Social Psychology.||The original table had a number of operational definitions listed incorrectly as conceptual variables.|