Cognitive, behavioral, and emotional effects of people: interpersonal relations, attribution, attitudes, group behavior, stereotypes, social roles, aggression, helping, self-concept; applications. Pre: 100.
Psychological theories and cultural systems; understanding of own and other cultures; psychological and cultural perception of social motivation; cultural similarities and differences in interpersonal relations. Pre: 100.
Psychosocial aspects of human sexual relationships. Social psychology of emotional and physiological arousal, interpersonal attraction, and societal regulation of intimate relationships. Pre: 100.
In-depth coverage of some area of theory and research in social psychology. Repeatable to six credit hours.
Theories and research in social cognition and behavior.
Application of psychological theories to cross-cultural phenomena; assessment of cross-cultural processes and social motivations; culture and personality; research evaluation and design.
Conflict, dissent, community issues, problems; social change and its relation to mental disorder.
Problems in use of social psychology principles in human affairs; multidisciplinary considerations.
Seminar in psychosocial aspects of human sexual relationships. Social psychology of cognitive, emotional and physiological arousal, interpersonal attraction, mate selection, and antecedents and consequences of intimate relationships. Pre: consent. A-F only. (Spring only)
Repeatable unlimited times.
Supervised reading, discussion, research projects in areas of special interest. Repeatable unlimited times.