Social and applied psychology

Social Psychology studies the relationship between individuals and their social contexts: how people’s thoughts, feelings and actions are shaped by—and also contribute to shaping—the contexts that they inhabit. We'll teach you about key areas of social cognition such as attitudes and attributions, perceptions of self and others, emotions, and self-esteem. You'll also learn about group and intergroup processes, such as social influence, group identities, prejudice and discrimination, collective action, and the psychology of culture.

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