2017-2018 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CPSYC 2431 Social Psychology

The influence of social factors on human behavior are explored through theory and research. The course focuses on behavior in the context of interpersonal relations, and small and large groups. Topics include the basis of interpersonal attraction, social influence, attitudes, attribution theory, race relations, intergroup conflict and its resolution, and the family as a system. Meets lab requirement in Psychology major.

Credits

3

Offered

yearly on rotating basis with other lab courses: CPSYC 2433 and CPSYC 2435.