Listed in: Psychology, as PSYC-20
Catherine A. Sanderson (Section 01)
The individual’s behavior as it is influenced by other people and by the social environment. The major aim of the course is to provide an overview of the wide-ranging concerns characterizing social psychology from both a substantive and a methodological perspective. Topics include person perception, attitude change, interpersonal attraction, conformity, altruism, group dynamics, and prejudice. In addition to substantive issues, the course is designed to introduce students to the appropriate research data analysis procedures.
Requisite: Psychology 11. Limited to 40 students. Fall and spring semesters. Professors Mendoza and Sanderson.
If Overenrolled: Let all in. Will give preference based on major and year.