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Course Overview

This course examines the influence of groups on the behavior of the individual both within US culture and across other world cultures. Both theoretical and experimental approaches are presented. Topics include altruism, aggression, health, attitudes, personal space, jury behavior, prejudice, conformity, and environmental issues.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Online, Undergraduate
Prerequisites: ''C'' or better in PSY 210 or PSY 311

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate