GRAD > CSP > 705
Social and Cultural Psychology
This is an advanced course in social psychology that covers both classic and contemporary theory and research. Topics covered include social cognition, social perception, the self, attitudes, stereotyping-prejudice-discrimination, interpersonal attraction-close relationships, social influence, prosocial behavior, aggression, groups/individuals, and conflict/cooperation. Throughout the course broad themes to be included are: emotion, culture, gender and social aspects of human behavior, the web and other technologies. It is intended for graduate students with some background in social psychology who desire a more in-depth exposure to the major issues in the field.