BC3156: Political Psychology | R. Brotherton

Undergraduate Seminar
Tu 10:10AM-12PM

This seminar will explore what psychology can tell us about politics. The focus will be on citizens as active consumers of political information. Topics include ideology and partisanship, attitude formation and change, motivated reasoning, metacognition, persuasion, rationality, intergroup processes, conflict, distrust and conspiracism.

Prerequisites: PSYC BC1001 BC1001, at least one psychology lab, and permission of the instructor. 

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