PSY 1003 - Social Psychology

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Spring 2017 (Sections #3140 & 3141)

This is a basic course in social psychology that explores how people think about, influence, and relate to one another. The effects of personality, culture, evolution, and situational factors on social behavior will be explored. Appropriate concepts, theories, findings, and research methods will be utilized. Concepts will be applied to contemporary social situations. (AA,CSU,UC) (C-ID: PSY 170) Advisory: ENGL 0900.

If you have questions about this class, please email the instructor, Andrea Craddock.

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