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Summer 6-1-2018


Social psychology aims for a broad understanding of how people think about, influence, and relate to one another in social settings. In this course, you will learn various concepts and theories in social psychology, which are all highly applicable to our everyday life. The major areas are self, social perception, attribution, attitude, decision making, attraction and rejection, aggression, pro-social behaviors, prejudice and discrimination, group processes, cultures etc. This course benefits students who would like to learn about oneself, improve social relationships with others, and apply basic psychological concepts to other applied fields of study. In addition, this class can help you practice useful skills like public speaking, working in teams, and writing skills as well.

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