Social Psychology 3401-PR1-3PSz
Aims of the course:
- Knowledge of social psychology as a science (the subject, the research methods, the language);
- Knowledge of phenomena, processes and mechanisms regulating social behavior;
- Excitation and deepening interest in psychology.
Lectures = 15 hours
individual preparation for each lecture
1 hour per week = 7.5 hours
Preparation for exam 20 hours
TOTAL: about. 45 hours
Type of course
The student learns the system concepts of social psychology, can identify and interpret human behavior in social situations, use of knowledge in his professional career, has the ability to design a study of social phenomena. Effectively interprets the source of information and correctly selects the methods and techniques of research, know how to formulate the conclusions of the studies and present them to the public
1.learns the system concepts of social psychology,
2. can identify and interpret human behavior in social situations,
1.use of knowledge in his professional career,
2. has the ability to design a study of social phenomena.
3.effectively interprets the source of information and correctly selects the methods and techniques of research,
4.know how to formulate the conclusions of the studies and present them to the public
The exam is a written test consisting of 30 single-choice questions, where you can get from 0 to 60 points (min.31 a positive p). Total credits gained during exercises and final examination (from 0 to 100 points) is the basis for the evaluation of the subject by the following criteria:
0 - 51 p. - ndst.
52 - 60 p. - dst.
61 - 70 p. - dst.+.
71 - 80 p. - db.
81 - 90 p. - db.+.
91-100 p. - bdb.
total points (from 0 to 30 p) obtained in two
of three colloquia during semester - each
assessed on a scale from 0 to 15 points
(lowest score is dropped)
points awarded by the teacher (from 0 to 10 p.) –
preparation of regular and active in class.
A total gain can be from 0 to 40 p
Credit seminar (a condition of eligibility for the exam)
requires min. 21 points
1. Aronson, E., Wilson, T., Akert, R. (1997).Psychologia społeczna. Serce i umysł. Poznań
2. Wojciszke, B. (2002). Człowiek wśród ludzi. Warszawa. Wyd. Naukowe „Scholar”.
3. Wosińska, W. (2004). Psychologia życia społecznego. Gdańsk. GWP.
Information on level of this course, year of study and semester when the course unit is delivered, types and amount of class hours - can be found in course structure diagrams of apropriate study programmes. This course is related to the following study programmes:
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