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SELF AND SOCIETY: INTRO TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY Psych 70/Soc 2
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What is Social Psychology? The study of human attitudes, beliefs, and behavior, and how they are affected by - and themselves affect - groups Guided by belief that study of society enriched by understanding of the individual, vice-versa
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Social Psychology Three parts of class: 1st: Social cognition 2nd: Interpersonal processes 3rd: Everyday life
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Social Psychology Three parts of class: 1st: Social cognition 2nd: Interpersonal processes 3rd: Everyday life Learn at three levels: Theory Data Application
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A crude look at levels of analysis Societies, Nations, Cultures Groups, Organizations, Families, Networks Individual Behavior, Attitudes, Beliefs The Mind, Cognitions, Perceptions Neurons Genes Hormones
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Subjects of analysis Identity, Power, Status, Influence, Sexuality, Emotions, Conformity, Obedience,
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