261_Spg_2012_Syllabu - 1 SYLLABUS Introduction to Social Psychology for Psychology 261-2002 Call 27949 Sociology 261-2002 Call 27796 Professor Sue

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1 SYLLABUS: Introduction to Social Psychology for: Psychology 261-2002 Call # 27949 Sociology 261-2002 Call # 27796 Professor: Sue Gordon Meeting Days and Times : Spring 2012 (Mo 01/23/12 – We, 05/16/12): 8:00 am – 9:20 am Location : CY 1443 Contact Information : Office: CY Room 1064D (left of bookstore and opposite vending machine) Phone: 651-4468 (Please leave a message and phone number.) Angel E-mail (Preferred) [email protected] (as back up to Angel) Office Time : Whenever Sue is in the office and the following times: Mondays: 11:00 am – 12 Noon; 2:00 pm – 2:30 pm; 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm (for this time, HN B204 only) Tuesdays: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Wednesdays: 11:00 am – 12 Noon; 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Thursdays: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Fridays: No Office Hours Textbook : REQUIRED Aronson, E. The Social Animal. (Eleventh Edition). (2012). NY: Worth Publishers. Tenth Edition (2008) is OK. Chapter sequence is the same as in the Eleventh Edition. Course Catalog Description : Discussion of the socialization process and change in attitudes and behavior Course Objectives : 1. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the psychologist’s task of describing the ways in which social behaviors are learned, expressed and transmitted. Knowledge of individual behaviors and group behavior will be demonstrated. 2. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the ways and reasons by which people socialize. Analysis will be conducted perceptually, emotionally and behaviorally. 3. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of fundamental human alternatives: conformity versus deviance, violence versus altruism, competition versus cooperation. 4. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of reasons for friendship, interpersonal attraction, love and attachment. 5. Students will have knowledge of the social processes that take place in the courtroom: roles, pressures to conform, extra-legal factors, biases.
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2 Course Objectives (continued) 6. Students will develop a greater knowledge of social distance and proxemics, primary and secondary territory, and of personalization versus vandalism. Attendance Policy
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261_Spg_2012_Syllabu - 1 SYLLABUS Introduction to Social Psychology for Psychology 261-2002 Call 27949 Sociology 261-2002 Call 27796 Professor Sue

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