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Attitudes 2 examines the social psychology of perception and attitudes in more theoretical detail and explores how we perceive and why we behave towards others n the ways we do.
Addiction and behaviour gives a social psychological refutation of the neurochemical theory of drug addiction and proposes that alternative, social process better account for this phenomenon. This is related to how we see ourselves and how we explain our behaviour.
Finally, Who are you? Looks at some of the influences of individual and group on defining who we are. This lecture addresses only the tip of the iceberg in this fantastically complex and intriguing area.
Because these lectures are not scheduled in the Foundation course, they do not appear in the course handbook or lecture schedule for the MBBS foundation course on our home page. You can only get to them by following the above links.