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Credit Hours: 
3
Class Type: 
Class Number: 
SBS 2020
Class Description: 
Through discussion, lecture and critical evaluation of course materials and other sources of information, students will investigate the important theoretical perspectives and research methodologies in social psychology. Core concepts will include self-concept and identity development, social perception and attribution, prejudice and bias, attitude and behavior change, social influence and persuasion, propaganda and the effects of mass media, group affiliation and intergroup dynamics, obedience and conformity, interpersonal attraction, aggression and violence, and altruism and love. Students will gain a nuanced and discipline-specific understanding of Social Psychology.