syllabus10 - Personality and Social Psychology Tu Th...

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Personality and Social Psychology Tu, Th 10:00-11:30, S1/4 Instructor: John Lydon W8/30C Stewart, 514 398-8319 Teaching Assistants: Lisa Linardatos [email protected] Office hour: TBD in W7/13 Stewart Lance Rappaport [email protected] Office hour: TBD in W8/15 Text: COURSEPACK Purchase at McGill bookstore. Same as last year. Grading: In class tests, 25 points each. Paper, 15 points. Comprehensive Final Exam, 35 points. Test 1 Tues Oct 5 7pm in McIntyre Med 504 and 521 Chpts 1-4 & lectures from Sept 2-30 including the following topics. Persons and situations Who am I? Structure of the self Illusions Self-presentation: Self enhance versus self-verify Self in comparison to others Self in response to threat Cognitive Affective system theory Test 2, Tues Nov 9 , in Stewart Bio S1/3 and S1/4 Chpts 5-8 and lectures from Oct 7-Nov 4. Goals and Mindset Self regulation Ironic processes Self-Monitoring Gender I Basic processes Gender II Agency and Communion Implicit theories Prejudice I Basic processes Prejudice II Case of sexism Topics for the last weeks of class Attachment Relationship illusions Stress and Well-Being Happiness Living with limited self knowledge and self control
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Paper due Nov 23 3-4 pp double spaced. Beyond 4 pp will not be read. A list of 5-6 journal articles (e.g. Psychological Bulletin) will be given to you in September.
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