About the course
Social psychology concerns social thinking, influence, group processes and processes between people.
- Social thinking: Beliefs and evaluations of self and others, of social situations, identity and attitudes.
- Social influence: Conformity and obedience, persuasion and culture.
- Group processes: Influence, social identity, intergroup relations, conflicts and prejudices.
- Social relations: Aggression, helping and attraction
To view the curriculum for PSY1008 Social Psychology, please search here. Do notice that the curriculum might not be ready until a few weeks prior to the official semester start.