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Social Psychology: Bringing It All Together According to Feenstra (2011): “Social psychologists investigate how we view ourselves and others, how we interact with others, how we influence others, and how we act when we are part… (More)

Week 1 DQ 2 The Acting Self As Feenstra (2011) states in your textbook: “Social psychologists are interested in who we are. Our sense of self is affected by what we know about the self and… (More)

The Milgram Experiment. "The social psychology of this century reveals a major lesson: often it is not so much the kind of person a man is as the kind of situation in which he finds himself that determines how he will act." –Stanley Milgram, 1974

Week 1 DQ1 Social Psychology Discuss the history of social psychology and describe the critical role this field of study has played in helping us to understand the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of individuals throughout its… (More)

Week 1 DQ 2 Why is it so important to measure change? As a psychology major, will your goal always be to change behavior? What others goals might you pursue? What types of behaviors, either your… (More)

Week 3 DQ 1 Think about the perceptions you had about psychology before you began your formal, college-level study of psychology. Did you think that psychology would be easier or harder than the other disciplines you… (More)

Week 2 DQ 2 Attributions Examine the role of attributions in our social world. What are attributions, and how do we use them in our daily lives? Discuss the differences between internal and external attributions and… (More)


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