Psychology 164: Social Cognition
Psychology 164: Social Cognition (Spring 2014, UC Berkeley). Instructor: Professor John F. Kihlstrom. Social Cognition - Surveys empirical and theoretical approaches to our understanding of perception, memory, thought, and language concerning ourselves, other people, interpersonal behavior, and the situations in which social interaction takes place. Emphasis is placed on the integration of problems in social, personality, and clinical psychology with the concepts and principles employed in the study of nonsocial cognition.
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