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Introduction to Social Psychology

Social psychologists attempt to understand how human behavior is influenced by the presence, or imagined presence, of others. Why do we conform, and how do we persuade? What are stereotypes, and how do they influence our behavior? This course will discuss these and a variety of other questions that intrigue social psychologists, as well as the methods used to study these questions scientifically.

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  • Format: On Campus
  • Section: A
  • Course Number: CRN 6838 - NPSY 0301 A
Instructor
Martino Ongis
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Jan 22 - May 07
Tuesday
6:00 - 7:50 PM
Spring 2019
CRN 6838
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What you will learn
  • Key theories and research findings from social psychology.
  • Discipline-specific vocabulary.
  • How empirical methods can be used to study human social behavior.
  • How to critically evaluate psychological research.
Benefits
  • Ability to question common assumptions about human social behavior found in ordinary discourse and the popular press.
  • Ability to think critically about research and its conclusions.
  • Insight into how psychological research relates to current socio-political issues.
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