PSY-465: Social Psychology
3 credit hours
Considers the social nature of man, the socialization process and the individual in the group. Emphasis upon potential origins of social cognition, including person perception, stereotypes, and attribution, as well as social influence phenomena, including social facilitation, conformity and obedience to authority. Attention will also be given to application of social psychological principles to natural settings, including clinical, educational, and industrial environments. This course can be used to satisfy University Studies requirements.