Describe the understanding of how we think about and study human behaviour in social context; Explain and critically examine social psychological research methods; Integrate findings of and evaluate application of social psychological empirical research; Plan real-world social problems solving based on theories and principles underlying social psychology.
- Introducing Social Psychology
- Methodology: How Social Psychologists Do Research
- Social Cognition: How We Think about the Social World
- Social Perception: How We Come to Understand Other People
- The Self: Understanding Ourselves in a Social Context
- The Need to Justify Our Actions
- Attitudes and Attitude Change: Influencing Thoughts and Feelings
- Conformity: Influencing Behavior
- Group Processes: Influence in Social Groups
- Interpersonal Attraction: From First Impressions to Close Relationships
- Prosocial Behavior: Why Do People Help?
- Aggression: Why Do We Hurt Other People? Can We Prevent It?
- Prejudice: Causes and Cures
- Social Psychology in Action: Social Psychology and Health
- Social Psychology in Action: Social Psychology and the Law
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