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COURSE SYLLABUSSemester: Spring Year: 2018Mission Statement:Richard J. Daley College provides high-quality education, which leads to academic success, careerdevelopment, and personal enrichment that fulfill diverse community needs.Course (Discipline): PsychologyNumber: 64880 Section: H IAI #: S6-900Course Title: Social Psychology 211Length of Course (Weeks): 16Credit Hours: 3Lab Hours:Contact Hours:Meeting Day(s): M/WTimes: 11:40am -1:00 pmBuilding: MainClassroom #: 3107Syllabus can be found on Blackboard website at.Instructor’s Name:Winifred Armstead-HannahE-mail Address:[email protected]Phone#: (773) 838-7677Office #:3108Building:MainOffice hours:Office Hours:Monday-Wednesday:9:15-9:45 ,11:15- 11:40, 1:00-1:30Tuesday:9:15-9:45, 11:15-11:40, 1:00-1:30Course Description:Social Psychology analyzes development of personality structures and patterns; cultural environment, social roles and status,attitude formation, personality types and measurement of personality.Course Prerequisites:Psychology 201 or Sociology 201 or consent of department chairperson.Students Course is expected to serve:Course Objectives:The major goals of this course include helping you to achieve the following.Recognize the key terms and concepts used by social psychologists to study human behavior and identify the researchers whohave shaped the discipline.1.Discuss the major areas in the field, such as social thinking, social influence and social relations.2.Discuss how various factors combine to influence behavior, such as our biological makeup, environment, informationprocessing system, and culture.3.Identify the variety of ways social psychological data is gathered and evaluated.4.Gain insight into human behavior and into your own personality and relationships. For example, what are some of thefactors that explain why some people are miserable while others are relatively happy?5.Discuss the strategies and procedures used to assess, predict, or change human behavior.
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6.Write a research report that discusses social-psychological principles you have experienced or observed.7.Develop a dramatic script to describe specific research in social psychology and perform it for the class.8.Cultivate a regard for diverse backgrounds.Student Learning Outcomes:Upon completion of this the student will be able to:1.Summarize the history and development of social psychology as a science.2.Recognize some of the theories and concepts of social psychology and how they apply to everyday experiences andrelationships.3.Demonstrate an understanding of the facts social psychologists have discovered to explain personality structures andgroup processes.4.Evaluate and understand research findings, which explain individual and group behavior.5.Highlight diverse backgrounds and opinions of those involved in the course.

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