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Introduction to Social Psychology

Division: Social and Behavioral Science

Department: Behavioral Science

Course: PSY 2300

Title: Introduction to Social Psychology

Description: Social psychology is a valuable course not matter what a person is looking at doing with their lives. It informs us about how other people influence our thoughts, actions, and emotions. This course is a survey of the effects of social influences on the basic psychological processes of individuals. The course considers individuals in the context of their culture and society, the development of attitudes, and the impact of the group on individual behavior. Social Psychology has broad applications to education, business, law, and just being in groups.

Courses Taught Fall 2022

2300-001TTH2:00 pm-3:15 pmMarsing, Nick L.

Courses Taught Spring 2023

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