PSY473 Social Cognitive Neuroscience Syllabus

University of Toronto, Winter 2016

About This Course

Social cognitive neuroscience is an emerging interdisciplinary field that seeks to integrate theories of social psychology and cognitive neuroscience to understand behaviour at three fundamentally interrelated levels of analysis (social, cognitive, and neural). Topics such as self-regulation, cooperation, decision-making, emotion, morality, and prejudice will be examined. This is not a seminar course.