Social psychology (psychology)/Lectures

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Lectures[edit | edit source]

About[edit | edit source]

This unit offers 10 x 2-hour lectures on commonly-taught topics within social psychology (e.g., history, social self, social thinking, social behaviour, prejudice, aggression, relationships, groups, prosocial behavior) and some applied topics (e.g., indigenous psychology, environmental psychology). The lectures also aim to cover (or at least speak to) the examinable textbook chapters, to provide critical background to the tutorials, and to generate an informed basis and context for students' essays and e-portofolios.

Each of the lecture pages contains[edit | edit source]

Each lecture page links to related resources, typically:

ucspace[edit | edit source]

  • Displays embedded slides and a printable handout of the slides
  • Links to other resources requiring UC login (e.g., on e-Reserve)

Recording[edit | edit source]

Lecture video and audio will be streamed live and available to download for UC students via:

  1. Digital lecture info
  2. Recorded lectures for this unit

Presentation slides[edit | edit source]

  • The presentation slides are hosted on, and downloadable (in .odp format) from, Slideshare

See also[edit | edit source]

  1. Subpages
  2. Tutorials

External links[edit | edit source]

  1. Social Psychology lectures (ucspace, University of Canberra)
  2. Social Psychology lectures (Slideshare)