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Social psychology is the branch of psychology that deals with how our thoughts, feelings, and behaviours are influenced by the presence of others. This course will guide students through both classic and contemporary readings that are designed to stimulate critical thinking about topic areas such as the following: research methods, interpersonal perception, self-concept, attitudes and persuasion, prejudice and discrimination, interpersonal attraction and love, attempts to influence and control the behaviour of others, helping and harming, and the influence of groups on decisions and behaviour.
|Class||Class Starts||Price||Show Details||Registration Information|
|1907||January 16, 2018||$414.56||Details||
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