Groups are a bastion of human experience. This course examines the dynamic nature of human group interaction and process. Students will explore the scientific study of group behavior while integrating theory, research and application. Also students will engage in in-class exercises to explore the real-life application of various aspects of group dynamics including (but not limited to) leadership, motivation, perception, power, authority, conformity and decision-making. Intercultural communication and dynamics will be explored.
- Sophomore standing