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A survey of theory and research in social psychology. Topics include conformity, group dynamics, stereotyping and prejudice, aggression, altruism, attraction and love, the self, social perception, attitudes and attitude change, and cultural psychology. Applications in the areas of advertising, law, business, and health will also be discussed.
Format: lecture; Lectures will be remote. We will also have some discussion meetings with smaller groups (primarily during the regular class time) and possibly an occasional other small-group activity). These also will probably be remote, but there is a possibility we will have some in-person element, depending on how things are going on campus and the availability of rooms.
Grading: yes pass/fail option,
yes fifth course option
two in-class exams, one paper (7 - 10 pages), and an optional final exam