Note about this Web Site
If you have arrived here, you probably got the URL from our article
published in Teaching of Psychology. This web site is an
early course web site and is now inactive. You can browse the site to see
the "Cross-Cultural Social Psychology Position Papers" as discussed in the
paper, but this is only available for the first student on the class list.
Since this time, I have created many other course web sites that may be of
interest. These are:
You may also access background information about me in my
Teaching Dossier and at the
Procrastination Research Group.
Thank you for your interest in our teaching and learning. Your
email comments are welcome.
Seminar in Social Psychology
Course Number 49.511*
Department of Psychology
1125 Colonel By Drive
Brief Course Description:
The following is taken from the University
This seminar deals with classic and current theoretical issues and
research findings in the areas of social psychology, personality,
community, social-developmental and applied social psychology.
Note: This is a graduate-level course.
Timothy A. Pychyl, Department of Psychology, Carleton University
Phone: 613.520.2600 ext. 1403 Fax: 613.520.3667
Class Schedule: Tuesday 1130-1430 Office hours: Tuesday 1500-1700
For information about the course, please select the appropriate link from
the list below.
This page was created by Dr. Pychyl.
updated October 1, 1996.