Psychology 241

Social Psychology

Course details

Psychology 241 is designed to introduce the major areas of social psychology. It is a review of theory and research about the basic topics from social psychology: Attributions, social cognition, attitudes, interpersonal attraction, groups, helping, etc. The student should gain: (a) an understanding of the way in which social psychologists conduct research; (b) an awareness of the way people and their acts depend upon, and fit into, social psychological processes; and (c) a sense of the way social psychological theory and research methods can be applied.

3 Credits - Social Sciences

Course prerequisites

PSYC 104 and PSYC 105

This course is also featured in the following Yellowhead Tribal College programs.