Course Description

Course Name

Group Psychology

Session: VVLF3224

Hours & Credits

3 Credits

Prerequisites & Language Level

Having previously studied the processes of social perception, the development of attitudes, the personal attraction and the social and discriminatory influence processes, will help students to optimally understand the group processes and their characteristic phenomena.

Taught In English

  • There is no language prerequisite for courses at this language level.


General goals:

  • To facilitate the reflection on the historical background of psychology of groups
  • To understand the concept of group as well as how to approach it in social psychology
  • To identify the structure and the relevant group processes as well as the main characteristics of intergroup relations.
  • To be able to describe and analyze the processes of interaction, the group dynamics and the group and intergroup structure
  • To experience in simulated situations, different group phenomena in traditional contexts of group psychology
  • To Study the main methods used in psychology of groups.

*Course content subject to change