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This course is designed to introduce graduate students to social psychology theory, concepts, and research. A broad range of theoretical topics will be covered, including social cognititon and perception, attitudes, influence, social identity, interpersonal relationships, prosocial behavior, and aggression. Issues of diversity such as prejudice and intergroup relations will also be included. The relevance of social psychology as foundations for the practice of counseling psychology will be addressed.