BC3399: Humans and Machines | S. Stroessner

Undergraduate and Graduate Seminar
W 12:10-2PM

This course will examine the social psychology of Human-Machine interactions, exploring the idea that well-established social psychological processes play critical roles in interactions with non-social objects. The first half of the seminar will examine the social psychology of perception across distinct sensory modalities (shape, motion, voice, touch), whereas the second half will focus on social psychological processes between humans and non-human entities (objects, computers, robots).

Prerequisites: (PSYC BC1001) and Instructor approval. 

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