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Social Psychology

PSYC 340 - Social Psychology

An introduction to the relationship between individuality and social context. The course covers the history of the field and its relationship to sociology. Classic social psychological experiments will be reviewed and current research and trends explored. Topics include: social cognition and perception, authority and obedience, conformity, the self, attitudes and prejudice, attraction, aggression, and altruism.

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January 4 - April 16, 2021


Take this course as a non-credit Public Access Course:
$155.00
Take this course for credit as a visiting student:

$1266.00

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