社會影響與社會認知 (Social Influence and Cognition-GP_pt2)
- This course does not require background knowledge.
General Psychology discusses the essence and process of interpersonal relationships and social interaction through three important aspects–Emotion, Social Influence & Social Cognition, and Personality & Mental Disorders. We hope students can grasp a basic understanding of social interaction after taking the course.
General Psychology consists of 3 main aspects, in a total of 6 units (below, this course is part2). Each unit is made up of numerous sub-units which offer 5-15 minutes of course videos. There are Quizzes to reflect on how much you've learned.
part1: Emotion and Emotion Regulation
part2: Social Influence and Social Cognition
part3: Personality and Mental Disorders
As you complete the course please think about the following questions:
please reflect on your experience. Regardless of whether it involves elders in the family, teachers in the school, in the job situations, or even your boss who may have made some demands to you and you were expected to obey their authorities. What happens if you later reflect that there was a conflict to some values you held dearly and how did you face and resolve the conflict?
More instructions can be found in Video Obedience.
We would like to hear about the journey that takes you to that discovery: how exactly, based on what experience or process, were you able to get rid of the influence of stereotypes and achieve the importance of knowing people truthfully (individuation)?
Whether or not you are now in a love relationship with a partner or what your expectation about a love relationship is out of the eight types we’ve discussed. It can be your personal experience or someone else's experience that you know.
Who this course is for:
- This course is suitable for those who are interested in the field of psychology.
The State University of New York at Stony Brook (Ph.D.)
Rutgers University (Postdoctoral Research Fellow)
Professor at the Department of Psychology, National Chung Cheng University (CCU)
Cognitive Science Research Center Director
Cognitive Science Ph.D. Program Director
The Advanced Institute of Manufacturing with High-tech Innovations (AIM-HI) Section Director
Visual cognition, Object recognition, Scene perception, and Visual-spatial attention