Course Detail
Units:
0.0
Course Components:
Lecture
Enrollment Information
Course Attribute:
Continuing Education
Description
The psychology of everyday social interaction. This course examines questions such as: how do we think about other people? How do we persuade and influence one another? What leads to acts of aggression or altruism? What are the causes of stigmatization and discrimination? Why do we fall in love? Topics may include the self, attitudes, impression formation, judgments and decision making, emotions, group dynamics and intergroup relations, and close relationships.