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Empfohlen: 6 weeks of study, 4-6 hours/week (plus a mid-course break)...

Englisch

Untertitel: Englisch, Chinesisch (traditionell), Chinesisch (vereinfacht)

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Woche
1
5 Stunden zum Abschließen

WEEK 1: Social Perceptions and Misperceptions

This week's goals are to: (1) learn what social psychology is and why it's worth studying; (2) take a "snapshot" of your thinking at the start of the course; (3) see how perceptions of reality are psychologically constructed; and (4) witness the shocking speed at which social judgments are made....
9 Videos (Gesamt 92 min), 13 Lektüren, 3 Quiz
9 Videos
Lecture 1.1: Welcome, Social Psychers!8m
Lecture 1.2: Course Logistics: Some Rules of the Road11m
Lecture 1.3: Tour of Social Psychology Network and Invitation to Join11m
Lecture 1.4: The Psychological Construction of Reality12m
Lecture 1.5: Confirmation Bias8m
Lecture 1.6: Self-Fulfilling Prophecies11m
Lecture 1.7: Thin Slices: Social Judgments in the Blink of an Eye12m
Lecture 1.8: What Other People Think of You10m
13 Lektüren
How the Course Works4m
Lecture 1.1: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Lecture 1.2: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Reading 1.1 - Introducing Social Psychology15m
Lecture 1.3: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
How to Join Social Psychology Network1m
Editing Your SPN Member Page1m
Lecture 1.4: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Lecture 1.5: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Lecture 1.6: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Lecture 1.7: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Lecture 1.8: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Bonus Reading 1.1 - On Being Sane in Insane Places15m
3 praktische Übungen
Snapshot Quiz, Part 1: Complete before Lecture 1.420m
Snapshot Quiz, Part 2: Complete before Lecture 1.410m
Assignment #1: The Random Assignment Assignment20m
Woche
2
7 Stunden zum Abschließen

WEEK 2: The Psychology of Self-Presentation and Persuasion

This week's goals are to: (1) learn how people explain their behavior and the behavior of others; (2) explore the link between attitudes and behavior; (3) understand what cognitive dissonance is and why it matters; and (4) gain some practical tips from the science of persuasion and social influence....
9 Videos (Gesamt 143 min), 12 Lektüren, 1 Quiz
9 Videos
Lecture 2.2: Some Twists and Turns When Explaining Behavior16m
Lecture 2.3: Is the Attitude Bone Connected to the Behavior Bone?15m
Lecture 2.4: Cognitive Dissonance and Self-Perception14m
Lecture 2.5: Two Flavors of Dissonance: Vanilla and Earthworm19m
Bonus Video 2.1: A Conversation with Elliot Aronson15m
Lecture 2.6: How to Be Persuasive15m
Lecture 2.7: Secrets from the Science of Persuasion (Guest Lecture)13m
Lecture 2.8: The Ins and Outs of Social Influence18m
12 Lektüren
Lecture 2.1: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Reading 2.1 - The Self in a Social World30m
Lecture 2.2: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Lecture 2.3: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Peer Assessment FAQ5m
Lecture 2.4: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Lecture 2.5: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Lecture 2.6: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Reading 2.2 - Two Routes to Attitude Change20m
Lecture 2.7: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Lecture 2.8: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Reading 2.3 - Crafting Normative Messages to Protect the Environment15m
Woche
3
8 Stunden zum Abschließen

WEEK 3: Obedience, Conformity, and Deindividuation

This week's goals are to: (1) understand the psychological dynamics of obedience to authority; (2) review studies on group pressure and conformity; (3) learn about the dark side of deindividuation; and (4) consider ethical issues related to psychology research....
10 Videos (Gesamt 176 min), 11 Lektüren, 1 Quiz
10 Videos
Assigned Video 3.1: Obedience (Stanley Milgram's Classic Documentary)41m
Lecture 3.2: Obedience to Authority (Part 2: Watch After Milgram Video)22m
Bonus Video 3.1: Stanley Milgram Discusses His Electric Shock Generator1m
Bonus Video 3.2: What Was Stanley Milgram Like?10m
Lecture 3.3: Group Pressure and Conformity (Part 1)13m
Lecture 3.4: Group Pressure and Conformity (Part 2)11m
Lecture 3.5: The Dark Side of Deindividuation (Part 1: Watch Before Quiet Rage)7m
Assigned Video 3.2: Quiet Rage: The Stanford Prison Experiment51m
Lecture 3.6: The Dark Side of Deindividuation (Part 2: Watch After Quiet Rage)10m
11 Lektüren
Lecture 3.1: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Reading 3.1 - Chapter 3 of Myers: Social Beliefs and Judgments30m
Lecture 3.2: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Reading 3.2 - Replicating Milgram: Would People Still Obey Today?30m
Bonus Reading 3.1 - How Nice People Get Corrupted20m
Lecture 3.3: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Lecture 3.4: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Bonus Reading 3.2 - Opinions and Social Pressure20m
Lecture 3.5: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Lecture 3.6: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Bonus Reading 3.3 - The SPE: Ethics and Extensions
Woche
4
5 Stunden zum Abschließen

WEEK 4: Group Behavior: The Good, Bad, and Ugly

This week's goals are to: (1) examine behavioral dynamics within and between groups; (2) see what happens when people fall prey to the Abilene Paradox; (3) read about social loafing, groupthink, and group polarization; and (4) learn effective ways to reduce prejudice and discrimination in daily life....
7 Videos (Gesamt 116 min), 8 Lektüren, 1 Quiz
7 Videos
Assigned Video 4.1: The Abilene Paradox23m
Lecture 4.2: How Categorical Thinking Gives Rise to Prejudice14m
Assigned Video 4.2: Race: The Power of an Illusion9m
Assigned Video 4.3: Middle Sexes: Redefining He and She23m
Lecture 4.3: The Minimal Group: From Dots to Discrimination in 60 Seconds11m
Lecture 4.4: When Intergroup Biases Don't Feel Like Biases20m
8 Lektüren
Lecture 4.1: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
Reading 4.1 - Many Hands Make Diminished Responsibility15m
Bonus Reading 4.1 - Doing Together What We Would Not Do Alone15m
Reading 4.2 - How Groups Intensify Decisions35m
Lecture 4.2: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)
Lecture 4.3: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)
Reading 4.3 - Psychology of Prejudice, Stereotyping, and Discrimination
Lecture 4.4: Further Readings and Viewings (optional)5m
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von MADec 11th 2018

The course is amazing! Professor Plous has created very engaging content. I highly recommend the course for anyone ! I think this material should be taught in schools as a required course.

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Such an amazing course, the professor was brilliant and made lots of effort to help the learners have a fun, interactive time while learning. Would very highly recommend this course.

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Scott Plous

Professor of Psychology; Executive Director, Social Psychology Network; recipient of the American Psychological Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching
Department of Psychology

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At Wesleyan, distinguished scholar-teachers work closely with students, taking advantage of fluidity among disciplines to explore the world with a variety of tools. The university seeks to build a diverse, energetic community of students, faculty, and staff who think critically and creatively and who value independence of mind and generosity of spirit. ...

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