Psy 713: Advanced Social Cognition
Social cognition is an integrative field that combines the theories and
methodologies of social psychology with cognitive psychology to
understand how we think about and make sense of our social worlds. The
course covers topics such as dual modes of social thinking (automatic
and controlled), social perception and inference/judgment, self-concept
and self-regulation, attitudes, stereotyping and prejudice, and the
interplay of affect-cognition-behavior.
- Instructor Approval Required
- Seminar: Seminar for Psy 713
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