Social Psychology (PSYC 340)

Explores how the behavior, thoughts, and feelings of individuals influence, and are influenced by, the behavior and characteristics of others. Students gain knowledge about the methods, theories, and content in the field of social psychology. Topics include attitudes, social cognition, friendship, attraction, altruism, aggression, conformity, and social exchange. This course is particularly useful to those pursuing careers involving group work and social interactions. Prerequisite: PSYC110 - General Psychology.

PSYC340 is a 3 credit course.