PSY 319k • Social Psychology - Kacewicz
11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Theory and research on the analysis of human conduct in social setting. Students will learn how the person and situation interact in guiding human behavior. Students will explore the diverse interests of modern social psychology by concentrating on the research findings and competing theories which guide scholarship and service in the field.
The course grade will be based on three, 100-point, "hour" examinations, each covering about one-third of the course material and an optional cumulative final exam worth 100 points for a possible course total of 400 points.
Kenrick, D.T., Neuberg, S.L, & Cialdini, R.B., Social Psychology: Goals in Interaction (4th edition)