PSYC 340: Introduction to Applied Social Psychology Report a Broken Link

Psychology 340: Introduction to Applied Social Psychology combines the science of social psychology with the practical application of solving problems in the real world. Applied social psychologists focus on social problems that affect such variables as relationships, diversity issues, organizational systems, the justice system, education, the environment, personal health and the health care industry, and community concerns.

Unit 1: Background and Key Social Theories


No online readings.

Unit 2: Research Techniques in Applied Social Psychology


No online readings.

Unit 3: Understanding Yourself and Your Relationships


No online readings.

Unit 4: Social Psychology and Communities


No online readings.

Unit 5: Social Psychology and Personal Health


No online readings.

Unit 6: Youth Experiences Related to Education and Social Problems


Unit 7: Job Satisfaction and Organizational-Industrial Psychology


Unit 8: Social Psychology and Understanding Diversity


No online readings.

Unit 9: Social Psychology and Family Violence


Unit 10: Social Psychology and Addictions


Unit 11: Social Psychology and the Law