Social Psychology (PSYC 325)
Study of influences of social situations upon the individual's behaviors, feelings, and thoughts; social-psychological investigation of the processes of causal attribution, attitude formation and change, interpersonal attraction, conformity and obedience, helping and hurting behaviors, leadership and social facilitation, and environmental effects on social behavior. This course meets General Education requirements: Social Awareness, Race Ethnicity/Gender Issues. Pre-Requisites:PSYC 150. Typically Offered Fall, Spring
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