Themes and Controversies in Social Cognition
Psychology 1551


CUE Guide Ratings (1998-99)


Time & Space

Thursdays, 3:30 p.m.  –  5:30 p.m.,  William James Hall 950.

Format

This seminar will explore research on cognitive processes in social psychology by concentrating on pervasive themes and perdurable controversies.
 

Prerequisites

Students should have completed an undergraduate course in social or cognitive psychology, and should have the methodological expertise necessary to read original research articles.

Grades

Grades will be based on a combination of two factors.
 


1. Constructivism

Background

Research Spotlight


2. Subjectivity
 

Background

Research Spotlight


3. Belief
 

Background

Research Spotlight


4. Dispositions
 

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Research Spotlight


5. Stereotypes
 

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Research Spotlight


6. Self-Knowledge
 

Background


 

 

Research Spotlight


7. Self-Evaluation
 

Background


 

 

Research Spotlight


8. Self-Control
 

Background


 

 

Research Spotlight


9. Rationality
 

Background


 

 

Research spotlight


10. Imagination
 

Background


 

 

Research Spotlight


11. Social Cognition
 

Background


 

 

Research Spotlight


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