Sociology 150A: Social Psychology: Self and Society
Sociology 150A: Social Psychology: Self and Society (Spring 2009, UC Berkeley). Instructor: Professor Robb Willer. This course offers a broad survey of the various theories and perspectives advanced in social psychology. Social psychology is a field which bridges sociology and psychology and is primarily concerned with how individuals view and interact with one another in everyday life. The class is organized around a survey of the great ideas from the history of social psychology. We will study social psychological research on a wide variety of topics including conformity, obedience, identity, power, status, and interpersonal perception.
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