PSYC 1053 - Intro. to Social Psychology, 3 Credits
Course Attributes: Gen. Ed. - Social Sciences, Liberal Arts and Science
The course is an introduction to social psychology - the scientific discipline which studies the psychology of the individual in society. It focuses on the individual during social interaction, social influence, and interaction processes. Among topics considered are: attitude change, person perception, attribution theory, verbal and nonverbal communication, conformity and nonconformity, aggression and affiliation, power, social justice, and interpersonal attraction.