Courses: Social Psychology (PSYCH224A01)

Fall 2007

Priority for Psych majors first then by class.
Enrollment limited to 35 students.
This course is designed as an in-depth exploration into the field of social psychology. Topics including impression formation, perceiving groups, social identity, attitudes/persuasion, social influence, group processes, aggression/altruism, and interpersonal attraction will be discussed. In addition to these specific topic areas, overarching themes and theoretical issues within the field of social psychology will be emphasized throughout the course. Students will become familiar with the research that has contributed to the current social psychology knowledge base.

Syllabus: View course syllabus

Prerequisites: Psychology 100 (or 106/107) or consent of instructor.

Fulfills: SO

Department

Psychology (Web site)

Taught By

Benjamin Le (Profile)

Location

Haverford, Hlls 109

Meeting Times

TTh 2:30-4:00