On successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 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; Analyze social phenomena based on theories and principles underlying social psychology.
- Introducing Social Psychology;
- Research in Social Psychology;
- Social Cognition and Social Perception;
- The Self;
- The Need to Justify Our Actions;
- Attitudes and Attitude Change;
- Group Processes;
- Interpersonal Attraction;
- Prosocial Behavior;
- Social Psychology in Action.
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