PSYCH 3800 Social Cognition
How do we form and change our first impressions of other people? What kinds of events put us into happy versus sad moods? What explains why we persist in holding stereotypes of groups? Can we explain why we think an act is immoral? This course addresses these types of questions (and many more!) using social and cognitive psychological theory and methods. Using a variety of sources – from empirical journal articles, textbooks, TED talks, and blog-posts – we examine cutting-edge psychological research on the causes and consequences of our own and other people’s judgments, feelings, attitudes, and behaviors. We use different teaching methods to accomplish these learning goals, including lectures, group activities, and small group discussions.
At least one psychology course is suggested but not required.
This course is frequently offered in the Summer Session.
PSYCH 3800 001-LEC Online course
|Class dates:||January 2-19, 2019|
|Instructor:||Ferguson, M. (mjf44)|
|To enroll:||See the Enrollment and registration for more information about enrolling in Winter Session classes.|
|This is an online course. Please review the online course FAQs.|
Tuition and fees
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