PSYC210 Social Psychology
This course introduces students to the study of social psychology. The course includes an exploration of human behavior in groups and the impact on interpersonal relationships and the workplace: how individual behavior is impacted by group dynamics, and, how group identity is shaped by individual and team membership. The course will include topics such as: group processes, relationships, group thinking, conforming to group norms, individuality, as well as, stereotypes and prejudice. During this course the student will examine examples of individuals interacting within the social environment. Students will analyze theoretical perspectives and themes that have emerged in the field of social psychology and how these perspectives have influenced the modern workplace and the field of psychology as a whole.
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