Social Psychology

PSYC 3008

Course description

Social psychology is the scientific study of the individual in the social context. Students are introduced to contemporary perspectives and research in social psychology and examine topics such as self and identity, social cognition, interpersonal behavior (interpersonal attraction and relationships, aggression, and helping behavior), attitudes, stereotyping and prejudice, social influence and group processes (persuasion, conformity, leadership and inter-group relations), and applied social psychology.



Course Hours



Undergraduate - degree level level INTS 1002 Multidisciplinary Research Minimum Grade of 60

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