PSY 214 Social Psychology

Credits: 3.00

This course focuses on how man, as a social species, relates to one another. The course content emphasizes areas such as relationships, attitudes, persuasion, moral development, competition, aggressions, attraction, love, prejudice, discrimination and group formation. Diversity, social justice and the role of technology forge the backdrop to the entire semester. In-class lectures, classroom discussions, library based instruction and group research are all integral parts of this course. Emphasis is placed on applied learning and inquiry. This course meets General Education Core Goal 9: Behavioral & Social Sciences.

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Last Updated: 03/01/2016