Psychology Social

Psychology Social
Social psychology, which is one of the basic branches of psychology, is a science that studies the behavior of the individual through social situations and is concerned with studying the dynamics of these relationships and the interaction that occurs between individuals in various life situations, in addition to understanding the psychological processes that the individual goes through and through which the personality of the individual grows in society. Evaluation type: Online exams Teaching language: Arabic
  •  an overview of social psychology:

 Definition of Social Psychology

Determining the topic of the work of social psychology

The most important historical stations for this science

  • socialization:

Define socialization

The components of socialization

The dimensions of socialization

 Socialization goals

 Factors affecting social upbringing

  • Definition of Psychology and the subject of its study:

The importance of social psychology studies

The steps of scientific study in psychology

Difficulties of research in social psychology

  • - Research Methods in Social Psychology, its Samples, Tools and Ethics:

 Research Methods in Social Psychology

Basis for selecting samples and their types

 Research Tools in Social Psychology

 Research Ethics in Social Psychology

  • Psychological Attitudes/ Their Formation and Change:

 Defining psychological trends and their distinctive characteristics.

 Qualitative indicators of psychological trend

Consistency between trend and actual behaviour

 Explanatory theories of psychological trends

 Measuring and changing trends

 Factors affecting the tendency to change

  •  Intolerant tendencies:

Defining intolerance and its most important characteristics

Components of intolerance

Forms of intolerant tendencies and the relationship between them

Discrimination (behavioral manifestations of intolerant tendencies)

The theories that explain intolerant tendencies

How to confront and get rid of intolerant tendencies.

  •  Socialization:

 Define socialization and its most important features

 Objectives of the socialization process

The importance of the socialization process

Indicators of the efficiency of the socialization process

 Research methods used in socialization studies

 Social constructors and their relative roles

  •  Aggressive behavior:

 Defining aggressive behavior and its most important features

Aggression and some other concepts

The origin of aggression, is it innate or acquired?

Factors that influence aggressive behavior

 Violence in society

 How to face violence and aggression (prevention - treatment)

  •  Social Interaction:

Define social interaction

 Principles of social interaction

Types of Social Interaction

 Social Interaction Indicators

  •  Social skills:

The concept and importance of social skills

Characteristics of Social Skills

Components of Social Skills

 Individual differences in social skills

 Some applications in the field of social skills

  •  Social and psychological facts related to abuse:

Positive and negative in the initiation of drug use

 Reasons and justifications for continuing to use

 Society and interaction mechanisms

 Family, peers, friends and abuse

Behavioral deviations of the abuser

Secondary drug support

 Changing attitudes towards and from the user

  •  The psychosocial context of creativity:

The concept of psychosocial context affecting creativity

Studies presented in this field

  •  Self-Affirmation Skills:

 The concept of self-affirmation and its types and characteristics

Affirmative Training Techniques

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