Social Psychology: Self-Regulation and Goals
Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-0
An examination of the ways people select and prioritize goals; how they are pursued; factors that lead to success or failure in achieving particular aims; and consequences for individual functioning and well-being. Contemporary theoretical, conceptual and methodological issues. Emphasis on social-cognitive approaches to goals and self-regulation.
Note: Credit will be granted for only one of 431G, 491 (if taken in the topic "Motivation").
Prerequisites: 201, 210, 385 and third-year standing.
Undergraduate course in Psychology offered by the Department of Psychology in the Faculty of Social Sciences.