PSY 303 Social Psychology

3 credits, Fall and Spring

Investigates how people’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are affected by the real or imagined presence of others. Topics include the study of attitudes and beliefs, aggression and altruism, conformity, gender roles, self-perception and deception, and the application of social psychology in such settings as the courtroom and therapist’s office. Major theoretical viewpoints and the importance of scientific methodology are stressed.

Prerequisite(s):A grade of "C-" or better in (PSY 108 or PSY 215) and PSY 343 or permission of instructor

General Education: Social Science