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PSYC 5302
Survey of Social Psychology
Three semester hours.
Explores principles and issues in social cognition, prejudice and discrimination, identity, attitudes, social influence, social perception and the empirical methods used to study the effects of social variables in the individual's behavior. Prerequisite: Graduate standing, or permission of the instructor.

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