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Perspectives on Psycho-Social Human Behavior

History and research methods. The self: content and process. Perceptions, cognitions and attributions. Social influence, attitudes and changes in attitudes. Communication and interpersonal skills. Aggression and helping behavior. Overview of groups and intergroup relations: A study leadership, prejudice and discrimination. Applications. Highlighted according to the themes, specific contributions of the main theories.

Prerequisites

  • Prerequisites: IPA 1121 and IPA 1122

Faculty of Human Sciences >> Counselling and Spirituality

Minimize schedule Course schedule for the session: Fall 2020
Section Schedule Day Location Professor
Lecture
IPA 2121 WS00
The course is broadcast live only (synchronous mode) at the predetermined day and time. The student must be present online at the predetermined day and time.
Course offered in English
September 09 - December 09 Wednesday 09:00 - 12:00 Online Caitlin Elizabeth Sigg