Social Psychology (PSY103)
Psychology has many applications in social situations both at work and in our personal lives. Family relations, relations with friends and acquaintances, and interactions with co-workers have a strong psychological component, and can potentially be improved with the application of psychological insight. This course will concentrate on issues chosen by students. It is expected that issues will include personality clashes, difficult relationships, psychological manipulation and principles of human resources management. No previous psychology courses are required, but students are expected to read assigned materials and participate in class discussions. A TOEFL score of 475 or higher would be helpful but not required.
Emiko Suzuki earned her M.S. in Media and Governance from Keio University in Japan. She is passionate about applying Psychology into our real life to make it more fulfilling. In addition to her academic background, she has a practical certification as a Tiny Habit Coach by a Stanford University professor. She has also worked at Nike, Inc., helping them improve their marketing strategy by applying Psychology. She has been active in participating and presenting at various conferences and updating her knowledge on Psychology.
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