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PSY 2200 — Social Psychology 3 Credit hours

Provides an overview of the study of social psychology emphasizing how individual and social interactions influence the behaviors, thoughts, and feelings of an individual. This course balances research and application topics covering social cognition, attitude formation and change, conformity/obedience, group processes, pro-social behavior, aggression, and stereotyping/prejudice.
Transfer: TAG, TM.
Prerequisites: PSY 1010.

Education Concentration

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...Economics 3 PSY 1730 Abnormal Psychology 3 PSY 2150 Lifespan Psychology 3 PSY 2200 Social...

English Writing/Literature Concentration

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...Economics 3 PSY 1730 Abnormal Psychology 3 PSY 2150 Lifespan Psychology 3 PSY 2200 Social...

History Concentration

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Sociology Concentration

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...Economics 3 PSY 1730 Abnormal Psychology 3 PSY 2150 Lifespan Psychology 3 PSY 2200 Social...

Associate of Arts Degree

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...Science 3 PSY 1730 Abnormal Psychology 3 PSY 2150 Lifespan Psychology 3 PSY 2200 Social...