Specialized Research and Methods in Social Psychology II: Interpersonal Relationships and Group Processes
0.5 Credit

This advanced course in social psychology focuses on the psychological and structural features of interaction in dyads and groups addressing the nature and dynamics of interactions and social relationships, as well as group and organizational processes. Topics may include interpersonal attraction, communication, emotion, relationship development, social influence, group decision-making and task performance, intergroup relations, aggression, prosocial behavior, and other types of social behavior.

Additional Course Information
PS670 - Seminar in Social Psychology or equivalent