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MIM 223E - Social Psychology

Course Objectives

To introduce the basic concepts of Social Psychology Science. To show how people can behave in a Social Environment. To explain the social impact behaviors that form the basis of social psychological events and to learn the relationships between individuals and individuals within theoretical limits in relation to Architecture. To benefit from Ecological and Environmental Psychology studies in order to understand the relations of people with the environment in which they live. Discussing theoretical approaches and views on the relationship between human-society-culture and environment and learning their roles in design.

Course Description

Definition of social behavior and social psychology. Individual processes. Research Methods. Social Perception. The Components and measurement of Attitudes. Motivation and motivation theories. Language and communication. Social influence and adaptation. Group and group processes. Concept, definition and variables of group. The influence of group on humans behavior. An application area of individual and group processes. Propaganda and persuasion. Examples of marketing and advertising. Culture and globalization.

Course Coordinator
Cemile Tiftik
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