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SS 385 — Social Psychology

3 credits; 3 lecture hours

This course uses the tools and methodologies of behavioral science to explore how people think about, evaluate, and respond to their social experiences. Topics include person perception, the self, attitudes, emotions, socialization, groups, influence, interpersonal attraction, close relationships, altruism, cooperation, competition, aggression, prejudice, and discrimination.
Prerequisite(s): SS 131.