PSY 231 : SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

A course designed to investigate the manner in which the behavior, feelings, and thoughts of one individual are influenced and determined by the behavior and/or characteristics of others. Selected topics include attraction, social influence, attitudes, aggression and violence, altruism, sexual behavior, group influences, and person perception. Offered in alternate years. Spring Term.
Major, Minor, Elective credit.

Overview

Program

Credits

3