Specialized Research and Methods in Social Psychology I: Attitudes and Social Cognition
This advanced course in social psychology focuses on domains of social behaviour in which cognition plays a major role, including the interface of cognition with overt behaviour, affect and motivation. Topics may include the formation, change, and utilization of attitudes, attributions, stereotypes, person memory, self-regulation, and the origins and consequences of moods and emotions as they interact with cognition.
Additional Course Information
- PS670 - Seminar in Social Psychology or equivalent