GU4615: The Psychology of Culture and Diversity | V. Purdie-Vaughns

Psychology
Undergraduate and Graduate Seminar
W 10:10AM-12PM

A comprehensive examination of how culture and diversity shape psychological processes. The class will explore psychological and political underpinnings of culture and diversity, emphasizing social psychological approaches. Topics include culture and self, culture and social cognition, group and identity formation, science of diversity, stereotyping, prejudice, and gender. Applications to real-world phenomena discussed.

Prerequisites: the instructor’s permission; some basic knowledge of social psychology is desirable.

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