Social Psychology II

Course ID
PSI 202
Department
Psychology
Semester
4th Semester
Credit
3.00

It is the continuation of Social Psychology I course. 

Social psychology is a discipline that seeks to understand how our feelings, our behaviors and our thoughts are influenced by social structure and process. This course, which is the first part of a two-semester course, focuses on social interaction. The relevance of the theoretical framework to the social structure and field researches are conveyed through a cross-cultural perspective. Parental attraction, close relationships, interpersonal aggression, attitudes, social impact, persuasion and change of attitude, adaptation, leadership and power, group processes, organizational dynamics and environmental psychology.