Psychology | Social Psychology
P320 | 3454 | S. McCrea

Social psychology involves the study of the interplay of the
individual and his or her surroundings, particularly other people,
using a scientific approach. The course is designed to provide an
overview of the types of questions social psychologists investigate.
Example topics include:  Social perception- how individuals perceive
and judge other people, groups, and themselves; Attitudes- the beliefs
and feelings people have about people, issues, and objects and how
these feelings can influence behavior; Relationships and Groups- the
interaction of people, including friendships and group dynamics.