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People Science 101: How to Understand Attraction, Group Dynamics and Bias

Autor: Andrew Ward
Sprecher: Andrew Ward
Spieldauer: 7 Std. und 23 Min.
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Do you ever wish you better understood why people do what they do? What governs our thoughts and actions? How can we influence others? This course introduces you to the science of human social psychology and offers surprising answers to these questions. 

Our social situations can lead us to act in unexpected ways. Depending on the context, we can soar with dramatic joy or get lost in frustration and aggression. Sometimes we demonstrate deep compassion toward others, sometimes prejudice. 

A celebrated professor at Swarthmore College, Andrew Ward reveals the unseen forces behind social behaviors. He helps you grasp the psychology of our relationships and interactions. Under his guidance, you will explore the most essential concepts in social psychology. 

Prof. Ward delivers each lecture with a cheerful and engaging style, prompting you to reflect on a myriad of examples of surprising behavior. Armed with a new awareness of social influences, you will learn to better understand and interact with those around you.

This course is part of the Learn25 collection.

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