PSYC 208 Social Psychology
Central in our everyday life as social beings we need, depend on, live with and must work with others. We both are influenced by others and try to influence others in turn. This course provides an introduction to the psychological study of how people think, feel and behave in social contexts. The focus is on social behaviour and thought from the individual's perspective, with the importance of social influence and situational factors being emphasized.
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