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Social Psychology I - OBPS13015
Title: Sociální psychologie I
Guaranteed by: Katedra psychologie (41-KPSY)
Faculty: Faculty of Education
Actual: from 2013
Semester: winter
E-Credits: 3
Examination process: winter s.:
Hours per week, examination: winter s.:2/1, C+Ex [HT]
Capacity: unknown / unknown (50)
Min. number of students: unlimited
4EU+: no
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
State of the course: not taught
Language: Czech
Teaching methods: full-time
Teaching methods: full-time
Explanation: Rok2
Old code: SOPS
Note: course can be enrolled in outside the study plan
enabled for web enrollment
priority enrollment if the course is part of the study plan
Guarantor: prof. PhDr. Stanislav Štech, CSc.
doc. PhDr. Irena Smetáčková, Ph.D.
Classification: Psychology > Social Psychology
Incompatibility : OBPS13515
Pre-requisite : OBPS13002
Interchangeability : OBPS13515, O06313015
Is incompatible with: OBPS13515
Is pre-requisite for: OBPS13085, OBPS13012, OBPS13016, OBPS13028, OBPS13084
Is interchangeable with: OPBP1Q111A, OBPS13515, O06313015
Annotation -
The curse Social Psychology I. offers the basic introduction to social psychology as a psychological disciplin and the application of social-psychological perspective to selected topics from social reality. In formal way the curse includes the lecture and the seminar. Lectures contains following main areas: social perception, causal attribution, social stereotypes, cognitive dissonance, achievement motivation, emotions, aggression and violence, prosocial and altruistic behavior, attitudes, values, social influence, conformity, compliance, obedience, persuasion, nonverbal communication, interpersonal relationships, group structure, group dynamics, intergroup relations, personality and social structure, collective behavior.
Last update: MORAVCOI/PEDF.CUNI.CZ (24.01.2010)
Aim of the course - Czech

Cílem kurzu je představit studentům/kám sociální psychologii jako základní psychologickou disciplínu tak, aby rozuměli a dokázali aplikovat dominantní sociálně-psychologické koncepty a teorie.

Last update: VIKTORO/PEDF.CUNI.CZ (07.05.2009)
Literature - Czech

Výrost, J.; Slaměník, I. (1997). Sociální psychologie. Praha: ISV nakladatelství.

Výrost, J.; Slaměník, I. (1998). Aplikovaná sociální psychologie I. Praha: Portál.

Výrost, J.; Slaměník, I. (2001). Aplikovaná sociální psychologie II. Praha: Grada.

Nakonečný, M. (1999). Sociální psychologie. Praha: Academia.

Mareš, J.; Křivohlavý, J. (1995). Komunikace ve škole. Brno: CDVU MU.

Helus, Z. (1992). Sociální psychologie pro učitele. Praha: Karolinum.

Janoušek, J. (1986). Metody sociální psychologie. Praha: SPN.

Hewston, M. (ed.) (1992). Introduction to Social Psychology: A European Perspektive. Oxford: Blackwell.

Hogg, M. A.; Vaughan, G. M. (1995). Social Psychology. An Introduction. Hertfordshire: Prentice Hall.

Last update: VIKTORO/PEDF.CUNI.CZ (07.05.2009)
Syllabus -

Aims: To provide students with knowledge of main approaches, empirical findings and methods of contemporary social psychology.

Contents:

8.Individual in social psychology:
?social cognition (first impression, social stereotypes, causal attributions)

?study of emotions in social psychology

?study of motivation in social psychology

?social attitudes: their theories and measurement

9.Interpersonal phenomena:
?Interaction and communication:

?social influences

?social interaction

?aggression and violence

?prosocial behavior and altruism

?compliance

?authority and obedience

?verbal communication and persuasion

?nonverbal communication

?impression management and self-presentation

?Interpersonal relationships:

?definitions and classifications of relationships

?motivations of relationships' formation

?personality and interpersonal relationships

?developmental stages of interpersonal relationships

10.Social groups:
?Small social groups:

?social facilitation

?social loafing

?conformity

?group's problem solving

?brainstorming

?group's decision-making

?group learning

?negotiations and bargaining

?group leadership

?Crowd and mass:

?deindividualization

?individual in crowd

11.Intergroups' phenomena:
?Social cognition:

?ethnocentrism

?stereotypes, prejudices, discrimination

?Interaction and relationships among groups:

?inovation

?mass communication

?brainwashing

?intergroups' conflicts and strategies of solutions

12.Socialization, enculturation and moral development of personality
13.Subject and history of social psychology
14.Methods social psychology.

Last update: Bittnerová Dana, PhDr., CSc. (18.01.2007)
 
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