Interpersonal Processes

2018-2019

Course Objective

This course is designed to help students develop an understanding of the
concepts, methods and research findings central to the study of
interpersonal processes, with a special focus on close relationships.

Course Content

This course familiarizes students with the literature on interpersonal
processes and close relationships. The course is designed to help
students develop an understanding of the concepts, methods and research
findings central to the study of interpersornal processes. The course
consists of different forms of tuition (i. e., lectures, class
discussions, and peer-based learning) and requires an active
participation and preparation of students. Moreover, during the course
students will design and propose an empirical study in the area of
interpersonal processes.

Teaching Methods

Small scale lectures, individual presentations, group work.

Method of Assessment

Research proposal, work group, presentation and class participation.

Literature

Approximately four empirical journal articles per lecture. Additional
independent research and reading will be required in preparation for the
research proposal.

General Information

Course Code P_MINTPROC
Credits 6 EC
Period P2
Course Level 400
Language of Tuition English
Faculty Fac. of Behavioural and Movement Science
Course Coordinator dr. F. Righetti
Examiner dr. F. Righetti
Teaching Staff dr. F. Righetti

Practical Information

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Teaching Methods Seminar
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