The course is a theoretical course which discusses current issues and theoretical perspectives in modern Social Psychology. It will give an in-depth knowledge of topics such as what social cues humans attend to, how the self is represented and regulated, models of attitude structure and conceptualization of prejudice. The aim is to provide in-depth knowledge about current theories and research results on the subject of the individual as a thinking and feeling being in a social and cultural context.
You will find information about exams in the schedule to the right.
Please notice that the reading list may change from one term to the next. You have the right to re-examination on the then valid reading list one year after taking the course. Please inform the reception desk if this applies to you.
Remember to apply for re-examination one week before the examination date at the latest!