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PSYC2100: INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY Jordan Richard Schoenherr
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Office Hours and Information 2 Jordan Richard Schoenherr , PhD, Cognitive Psychology, Decision-Making, Categorization, and Cultural Transmission of Knowledge, Applications in Health Care, Science, and Industrial- Organizational Settings, Office : A500B Loeb (Tower A) Office Hours : Fri 11:30-12:30 Phone : 520-2600 x 1082 E-Mail : [email protected] CUOL: Weds (12:30-14:00) & Fri. (13:30-15:00); Sat. (22:00- 23:30) & Sun (23:15-00:45)
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Notetakers Wanted 3 We require a notetaker for this class. If you would like to volunteer, please email the Notetaking team at [email protected] Please indicate the course you are volunteering for. Students are also welcome to drop by the PMC in 501 Unicentre and speak to someone about volunteering.
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Objective 4 Main goals : The main goal of the course will be to develop a basic understanding of theories and evidence (and methods) in social psychology, Supplementary goals : you will come to understand how these basic theories apply to large-scale social phenomena as well as how they can be used in an applied setting,
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Themes and Topics 5 Communication, Influence, and Attitude Change Social concepts as a limiting factor, emotions effect on our decision-making, Social Identity Formation and Perception, Who “we” are and who “they” are, Perception of Groups and Decision-Making, Controlled and automatic responses, interpersonal cooperation and aggression
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Book and Slides 6 Book chapters and slides are complementary, Read chapters before you come to class! I post my slides after each class so use slide numbers to make notes.
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Assessment: Quizzes and Tests 7 Bi-Weekly (every two weeks) Quizzes posted on CULearn in lieu of a mid-term (35%), 10 Questions, Multiple Choice Material will be drawn from the lectures, slides, and textbook and it will be open book , You have one week to start the quiz (Friday 17:00) 60 min to complete it once started, Final Exam will be similarly formatted (40%) 50 questions, 3 hours in duration
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Assessment: Written Assignment 8 Written assignment will be submitted in 2 Stages
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