Social Cognition [Psychology 1505]





Catalog Number: 3334

Half course (Spring term). Hours to be arranged.
The cognitive underpinnings of numerous social psychological phenomena, including traditional topics in social psychology such as attribution making, impression formation, stereotyping, prejudice, self knowledge, affect, judgment and decision making, nonverbal communication in theory and application will be explored. Special attention will be given to these phenomena through the lens of mindfulness and mindlessness.
Note: Expected to be given in 2011–12.
Prerequisite: Science of Living Systems 20 or its predecessors and either Psychology 13 or Psychology 15.