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Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013

PSYC 312 - Social Psychology

Social psychology is the study of how the presence of other people affects an individual’s behavior, as well as how an individual forms opinions and attitudes about others.  Topics in the course include interpersonal attraction, accuracy of eye-witness testimony, impact of TV on aggression, non-verbal communication, group decision making, and the impact of advertising on beliefs and behavior. 

Prerequisites:
PSYC 101, 210, or SOCI 200

Credits: 3



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