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Social and Cultural Psychology

Description:
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.

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