Seminar in Social Neuroscience

Psychology 420

Usual Description

Social neuroscience is an expanding field that uses tools from cognitive neuroscience such as functional neuroimaging to examine the neural basis of social behavior. This course will survey current research in face perception, thinking about the self and others, intergroup relations, social emotions, decision making, and other core areas of the field. We will consider whether brain areas are specialized for social cognition and how social neuroscience contributes to the broader field of psychology.

Sample Syllabus

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Languages Used

English

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Psychology 420 Taught by Sara Verosky
Psychology 420 Taught by Sara Verosky
Psychology 420
Psychology 420
Psychology 420