POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY

PSY225.01

How individuals interact with their political environment and with other individuals and groups. Theories and findings from both disciplines to gain deeper insights into political processes and decisions. Likely topics include individuals' political attitudes, decisions and judgments. Other likely topics include theories of how people cooperate with each other and how groups come into conflict with each other, psychological approaches to analyzing political leaders and/or the way members of different cultures process political information. Instructor: Staff

Day / Time: 

MW 3:05PM-4:20PM

Location: 

Gray 228

Instructor: 

Johnston, Christopher

Section: 

01