Courses

Fall 2016

The Self in Social Context (Seminar)

, 4 pts, UN3690

THE SELF IN SOCIAL CONTEXT

Prerequisites: PSYC W1001 or W1010, or the equivalent, and the instructor's permission.

This course centers on understanding the self embedded in the social context. We will integrate knowledge from various areas of psychology (developmental, cognitive, social cognition) with a main focus in social psychology. This course will provide the opportunity to gain an understanding of research in the following areas: the development of self in a social context, the relationship between the self and the broader socio-cultural context, the impact of self-involvement on social/cognitive processes, and contemporary research on individual differences.

Section Number
001
Call Number
73446
Day, Time & Location
W 6:10pm-8:00pm 405 Schermerhorn Hall [SCH]
Instructor
Ljubica Chatman