Motives, Goals, and Social Behavior (S)

PSY 625S

Covers a variety of topics involving the motivations underlying a variety of social behaviors (such as interpersonal relationships, stereotyping, and achievement) and the social and psychological processes involved when people try to regulate their own motives, thoughts, emotions, and behavior. Reading and discussion of literature on current theory and research on motivation, goal-directed behavior, and self-regulation. One course / 3 units.

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