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PSYC 310 - Social Psychology

A comprehensive overview of the field of social psychology which examines the impact of other individuals, groups or social stimuli on individual thinking and behavior. The social influence process is studied through topics such as self-theory, attribution, social cognition, attitudes, aggression, pro-social behavior, attraction and groups. (See SOCY 310.) Prerequisite: PSYC 110

PSYC 310 - Social Psychology - Details

Prerequisite
PSYC 110
Credits
3
Offered:
Spring