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, or completion of the first year of the Indigenous Social Work Diploma program.

This course is featured in the following Yellowhead Tribal College programs: