Psych215Syllabus2011

Psych215Syllabus2011 - Psychology 215 Prof: Michael...

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Unformatted text preview: Psychology 215 Prof: Michael Sullivan, PhD e-mail: michael.sullivan@mcgill.ca TAs: Tsipora Mankovsky, Megan Cooper, Julien Lacaille (ta.psych.215@gmail.com) The objective of this course is to introduce students to broad domains of research in social psychology. Classes will consist of lectures, video presentations and demonstration projects. Evaluation will be based on two midterm exams, each counting for 25% of the final grade, and a final exam, counting for 50% of the final grade. Exam questions will be drawn from lectures, video presentations, demonstration projects, selected articles and the textbook. Textbook: Social Psychology, First Canadian Edition Brehm, Kassin, Fein, Burke (2008)/Houghton Mifflin Company Dates and Topics Day Date Topic Chapter T Jan 4 Intro to Social Psychology 1 TH Jan 6 Intro to Social Psychology 1 T Jan 11 Social Psychology Research 2 TH Jan 13 Social Psychology Research 2 T Jan 18 The Social Self 3 TH Jan 20 The Social Self 3 T Jan 25 Perceiving Others...
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