課程資訊
課程名稱
社會心理學
Social Psychology 
開課學期
102-1 
授課對象
理學院  心理學系  
授課教師
蘇珍頤 
課號
Psy3004 
課程識別碼
207 37500 
班次
 
學分
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
必修 
上課時間
星期二2,3,4(9:10~12:10) 
上課地點
普102 
備註
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總人數上限:120人 
Ceiba 課程網頁
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1021socialpsych 
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課程概述

This course is designed to provide a basic orientation to the field of social psychology – the scientific study of the way people think, feel, and behave in social situations. Students will learn about key concepts and theories in social psychology and use them to analyze and better understand every-day social phenomena. We will also discuss the perspectives and methods commonly applied in scientific research on social influence and interaction. Specific topics to be covered include self-concept, social judgment, attitudes, persuasion, conformity, aggression, prosocial behavior, prejudice, and interpersonal relationships. 

課程目標
This course will introduce students to the social psychological approach to understanding human behavior. Students will learn about the basic domains of social psychology, as well as the fundamental theoretical and methodological approaches used by social psychologists. 
課程要求
◎ Lectures:Attendance and Class Participation ◎
Lectures will be given each week during the regularly scheduled class meeting time. You are strongly encouraged to attend all lectures and actively participate in class discussions. Attendance and participation during lectures are essential to your success in this course. Exam questions will be based on materials covered in lecture, as well as materials from your readings. There may be some overlap between lectures and readings, but lectures will also cover materials that are not discussed in the readings. Although PowerPoint slides will be posted to the course website for your convenience, these will not be detailed enough to study from on their own. You should take your own notes during class to help you study.
Attendance will not be directly taken during lecture (e.g., by calling each of your names). However, your attendance will be checked indirectly by submission of in-class activity sheets. You will earn 5 points toward your course grade each week by participating in various in-class activities. Format of the in-class activities will vary and may include small group discussions, questionnaires, or short writing assignments. Whether the activity is to be done individually or in small groups, you will complete and submit an in-class activity sheet with your name on it every week.

◎ Readings ◎
Except for the first class, you are required to read all assigned materials prior to the class for which it is assigned. Class lecture and activities will be based on the assumption that you have read all of the assigned materials. A schedule of assigned readings appears on p. 5 of this syllabus.

◎ Weekly Assignments ◎
Each week, you will have the opportunity to earn up to 5 points towards your course grade by completing a weekly assignment. These weekly assignments are designed to elaborate and expand upon concepts presented in lecture or in your textbook. The assignments may ask you to either answer a set of multiple-choice questions or provide short answers to a list of questions related to that week’s topic. 
預期每週課後學習時數
 
Office Hours
每週二 13:00~14:00 備註: 或以電子郵件另約時間 <br> 教師辦公室:心理學系南館 S103 
參考書目
Aronson, E., Wilson, T.D., & Akert, R.M. (2010). Social psychology (8th
ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
 
指定閱讀
Aronson, E., Wilson, T.D., & Akert, R.M. (2010). Social psychology (8th
ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
 
評量方式
(僅供參考)
 
No.
項目
百分比
說明
1. 
Midterm Exam 
27% 
◎ 期中考滿分75分。 ◎ There will be 2 exams (1 midterm + 1 final) in the course. Exam materials will not be cumulative and will consist of multiple-choice questions. Test items will test your understanding of basic terminology, your grasp of elementary concepts, your knowledge in support of these concepts (i.e., research results), and your ability to integrate these concepts and apply them to novel situations. Each exam will be worth 75 points for a total of 150 points. ◎ Rule of make-up exams(詳見syllabus) 
2. 
Final Exam 
27% 
◎ 期末考滿分75分。 ◎ There will be 2 exams (1 midterm + 1 final) in the course. Exam materials will not be cumulative and will consist of multiple-choice questions. Test items will test your understanding of basic terminology, your grasp of elementary concepts, your knowledge in support of these concepts (i.e., research results), and your ability to integrate these concepts and apply them to novel situations. Each exam will be worth 75 points for a total of 150 points. ◎ Rule of make-up exams(詳見syllabus) 
3. 
Weekly assignments 
22% 
◎ 12次每週測驗,一次5分,滿分60分。 ◎ There are 12 weekly assignments this semester. Each weekly assignment will be worth 5 points and will be based on the weekly readings from your textbook and lectures. 
4. 
Class participation 
24% 
◎ 課堂參與每週最高5分,取整學期前13次高分計算,共65分。 ◎ Each week, you will have the opportunity to earn up to 5 points towards your course grade by attending lectures and participating in class discussions. Each student will be assigned to a group composed of 4-5 people. Every week, students will work collaboratively with their group members. Your highest 13 scores on the in-class assignments will be used to calculate your final grade. On the last day of class, each student will complete a rating sheet on which each group member will rate the efforts of each other group member. Group members who are rated as contributing less than their fair share to the group discussions will have their class participation grades adjusted downward. 
5. 
Extra Credit 
0% 
◎ 額外加分最高4分。 ◎ Students will also have the opportunity to earn extra credit in this course through voluntary participation in psychological research projects or other opportunities created by your professor. For each hour of participation in these projects, students can earn 1 extra credit points. You may earn a maximum of 4 extra credit points for this course. Please keep track of your participation in research projects in the record sheet provided by the department. At the end of the semester, we will collect the record sheet from you in order to give you the extra points. 
 
課程進度
週次
日期
單元主題
第1週
9/10  Welcome and Course Information
Social Psychology:A Brief Introduction <br>
<b> § Reading:AWA chapter 1 § </b> 
第2週
9/17  Theory and Research Methods <br>
<b> § Reading:AWA chapter 2 § </b> 
第3週
9/24  Social Cognition <br>
<b> § Reading:AWA chapter 3 § </b> 
第4週
10/1  The Self <br>
<b> § Reading:AWA chapter 5 § </b> 
第5週
10/08  Guest Lecture by
黃光國教授 <br>
<b> § Reading:As the attached PPT § </b> 
第6週
10/15  Maintaining a Sense of Self: Cognitive Dissonance <br>
<b> § Reading:AWA chapter 6 § </b>  
第7週
10/22  Social Perception <br>
<b> § Reading:AWA chapter 4 § </b>  
第8週
10/29  Attitude and Attitude Change <br>
<b> § Reading:AWA chapter 7 § </b> 
第9週
11/05  <strong><big> ※ Midterm Exam ※ </big>
 
第10週
11/12  Conformity, Compliance, & Obedience <br>
<b> § Reading:AWA chapter 8 § </b> 
第11週
11/19  Group Processes <br>
<b> § Reading:AWA chapter 9 § </b> 
第12週
11/26  Interpersonal Attraction and Close Relationships <br>
<b> § Reading:AWA chapter 10 § </b> 
第13週
12/03  Prosocial Behavior & Happiness <br>
<b> § Reading:AWA chapter 11 § </b> 
第14週
12/10  Aggression <br>
<b> § Reading:AWA chapter 12 § </b> 
第15週
12/17  Stereotype, Prejudice, & Discrimination <br>
<b> § Reading:AWA chapter 13 § </b> 
第16週
12/24  Guest Lecture by 張仁和博士 <br>
Topic: Social Cultural Neuroscience <br>
<b> § Reading:As the attached PPT § </b> 
第17週
12/31  Applications of Social Psychology <br>
<b> § Reading:AWA SPA1 ~ SPA3 
第18週
01/07  <strong><big> ※ Final Exam ※ </big>