SOCIAL BEHAV/PERSONALITY

PSY629S.01

Broad examination of current theory and research on the interpersonal, personological, and social cognitive influences on social interaction/behavior. Emphasis on: nature of social influence, function/construction of the self, relationship formation/maintenance, aggression, altruism, personality-based mediators and moderators of social behavior, and application of social psychological theory/research to real-world issues. Methodologies discussed include experimental, quasi-experimental, narrative, and observational models. Instructor: Hoyle

Day / Time: 

Tu 12:00PM-2:30PM

Location: 

Soc/Psych 312A

Instructor: 

Hoyle, Rick

Section: 

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