The aim of this course in the field of Social Psychology is to analyze in depth the dynamic characteristics of interpersonal relationships within the context of social interaction. Its basic dimensions are the following: Communication and interpersonal relationships through basic approaches (psychoanalytic and systemic), verbal and non-verbal communication, and close relationships within social interaction. Some basic examples and cases are employed in class, for the study of specific types of relations (friendship, work relations, siblings), in different social and cultural settings.
This course is an introduction to Social Psychology. Specifically, it contains some basic term definitions, theories and implementations of Social Psychology, along with an analytic approach of basic sociopsychological methods and research strategies are discussed first. Read more about Social Psychology I (PSY11)
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