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Number:PY222
Name:Social Psychology
Description:This course introduces the psychological study of humans in the social context. Topics include attitudes and persuasion, leadership, group productivity, aggression, social perception, and social attraction. (Offered alternate years with Organizational Psychology.)
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s): PY111

Course Objectives

Discuss sociology from a theoretical and practical level
Appreciate ethical considerations when studying people.
Understand the value of scientific investigation in social psychology research.
Consider the differences between social interactions in other countries.
Provide examples of the way in which social forces affect our everyday lives
"Understand how people think about, influence, and relate to one another.
Develop an awareness of social psychology considerations for themselves.
Apply practical applications of social psychology to their lives.
Apply this knowledge to their chosen profession

Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher
F 2015
S 2015 SOCIAL ANIMAL ARONSON 11TH 12 MAC HIGHER
F 2014 SOCIAL ANIMAL ARONSON 11TH 12
F 2014 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BORDENS 4TH 14
S 2014 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BORDENS 4TH 14
F 2013 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BORDENS 4TH 14
F 2012 Social Psychology 0-07-337066-5 Myers, David 10TH 10 McGraw-Hill Publishing Co
F 2011 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 0-07-337066-5 MYERS 10 MCG
F 2010 Social Psychology 0-07-337066-5 MYERS 10 MCG
F 2009 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (W/OUT 0-07-353189-8 MYERS 9 MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHING
F 2008 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (W/CD) 0-07-331026-3 MYERS 9 MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHING
F 2007 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (W/CD) MYERS 9 MCG
S 2007 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (W/CD) 0-07-331026-3 MYERS 9 MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHI
F 2005 INTRODUCING SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BURCHELL