PSY 3300 - Social Psychology

Overview

Description
Social psychology is the study of the effect of others (real, imagined, and perceived) on individuals' thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Topics will include the science of Social Psychology, social cognition, self and identity, social perception, attitudes, persuasion, social influence, group dynamics, stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination, aggression, prosocial behaviors, attraction and close relationships, and application of Social Psychology to health, law, and business. All learning outcomes for a traditional Social Psychology course will be satisfied.
Typically Offered
Fall, Spring
Academic Career
Undergraduate
Requirement Designation
Flexible Core - Individual and Society

Credits

Minimum Units
3
Maximum Units
3
Academic Progress Units
3
Repeat For Credit
No

Components

Name
Lecture
Hours
3

Requisites

011655

Course Schedule

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