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PSY-379 Social Psychology

Social Psychology explores how humans think and behave in social situations. The course examines concepts such as perception, cognition, and attitudes as they relate to understanding, thinking, and evaluating the social world. The course also discusses the application of social psychology to legal and health environments and to the world of work. A primary objective of the course is to analyze interpersonal communication and examine current events in the social world.

Advisory: This is an upper-level course. Students should have knowledge equivalent to an introductory psychology course. Credit is not given for both PSY-370: Social Psychology I and PSY-379: Social Psychology.

Study Methods- :

Self-Directed Courses (PSY-379-SD): This course is offered every term.

Credits: 6

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