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Topics in Policy Analysis (Half-Term): Psychology and Inequality

SPI 594B

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Two major areas of psychology contribute to the study of social policy and inequality. The first is social psychology, which focuses on inter-group relations, interpersonal perception, stereotyping, racism, aggression, justice and fairness. The second domain involves the fields of social-cognition, judgment and decision making, areas of research that study human information processing in a way that is not about individual differences, and often not social.
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Section S01