PSY 215 - Social Psychology
Provides a broad overview of diverse topics and issues being studied through research in social psychology. Examines the social nature of human behavior, i.e. the ways people are affected by the actual, imagined, or implied presence of others--including social thinking (the ways that individuals think about themselves or others within a social context), social influence (the ways that individuals interact with others in their environment (both positive and negative). (Social and Behavioral Sciences elective)
Co-requisite: NONE
Prerequisite: PSY 101
Credits: 3(Lec: 3)
School: School of Liberal Arts
Department: Social/Behavioral Science
Attributes: General Elective

Version: 3.2 (12/18/2008)

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