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  • PSYCHOLOGY 243    Section:


    Fall Quarter 2008

    Units: 4

    Course explores the intersection of social and cognitive psychology. We will examine the processes underlying the perception, memory, and judgment of social stimuli. We also will study the effects of social, affective, and cultural factors on basic cognitive processes. Finally, we will explore the interpersonal consequences of cognitive processes. Among the topics to be covered are automatic and controlled behavior, motivated cognition, self-perception, impression formation, stereotyping and prejudice, and attitude formation and change.


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    145 Young R   4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    Instructor Instructor Email Office Office Hours
    Jeff Sherman , Ph.D. 102B Young Hall T: 2-4