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Social Psychology PSY/SOC 212

A study of the effects of groups upon individual behavior.  Includes the application of psychological principles to traditional interactions between individuals and society. 

 

Social Psychology is the consideration of individuals within their social context: small groups, society, and culture.  Attention is given to such topics as aggression, altruism, small group dynamics, conflict reduction, leadership, attitude change, and persuasion.

EXTRA ASSIGNMENT OPTION FROM CHAPTER 13:  GO TO THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE AND PLAY "PRISONERS' DILEMMA," THEN WRITE ONE PAGE ABOUT IT, USING INFO FROM CHAPTER 13.  http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/playground/pd.html

 

Textbook: Meyers, D.G. (2008). Social psychology (9th ed.). McGraw-Hill.

 

Notes chapter 1        Notes chapter 2

Notes chapter 3         Notes chapter 4

Review for Test #1     Notes chapter 5

Notes chapter 6        Notes chapter 7

Notes chapter 8        Review for Test #2

Notes chapter 9        Notes chapter 10

Notes chapter 11      Notes chapter 12

Notes chapter 13     Review for Test #3

Review for final exam

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Required text:  Myers, David G. (2008).  Social Psychology (9th ed.). McGraw-Hill.