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2160: Sociological Social Psychology

This course focuses on the relationship between the individual and larger social systems (e.g., society) and will explore a diverse set of perspectives and theories. Specific topics may include the self, social judgments, attitudes and persuasion, helping behaviors, prejudice, aggression, attraction, conformity and obedience, group processes, and individual agency in such processes. Students may not receive credit hours for both SOC 2160 and PSYCH 2250.
  • Credits:
    109181

Section 001