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PSYC 2310 - Introduction to Social Psychology S,F,W (3-0) [0.50]

The content and research methods of social psychology will be explored in lectures and seminars. Content includes social perception, attraction, group dynamics, leadership, conflict and cooperation, attitude change, aggression and conformity. (Also offered through distance education format.) (C)


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Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : March 20, 2012

Is the textbook recommended by the student? Yes
Did the student enjoy the professor? Yes

Professor : S.Safdar

Comment :
Great class! Very interesting if you like cultural stuff. Most of the things you learn in class can really apply to daily life situations. The prof is awesome. We having in-class quizzes (kinda easy if you pay attention in class), 2 midterms, a couple reading quizzes, and a final.
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Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : March 1, 2012

Is the textbook recommended by the student? No
Did the student enjoy the professor? No

Professor : Safdar

Comment :
I love this course! Safdar is a amazing prof. she really makes the lecture interesting ! The midterms are easy if you go to class and read the textbook. There is 15 % clicker questions and if your their and listening you should get the marks!
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Posted By : Robert
Posted On : March 17, 2011

Comment :
I had Betty Onyura as a prof for this course, and she was an amazing lecturer. She covered all the important information, made it easy to pick up on in lecture, and injected her classes with the occassional and timely dose of humour and wit. In terms of course materials, I found that PSYC 2310 is definitely one of the easier of the 6 2nd year Core Psych courses. It is a lot of reading, but the textbook is quite strong and gets you to where you need to go; lectures compliment and expand upon the textbook theory. Overall, I found this to be a highly enjoyable course, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is either required to take it, or those who think they might be interested in the topics covered in-course. 87/100
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Posted By : Tina
Posted On : March 10, 2011

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Prof Safdar is awesome! She engages you by showing videos in her lectures sometimes. She basically covers material that are in the textbooks with her slides. But it makes it easier for you to know which questions she will put on the exams. The participation with the clicker component is easy 15% because she takes off your 3 worst marks for answering the clicker questions in class.
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Posted By : M
Posted On : March 1, 2011

Comment :
Love this course. Safdar is great.
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