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Social Sciences and Humanities Department

Course Syllabus Psych 50


First Semester, AY 2018 – 2019

University Vision : A globally-engaged University excelling in science, engineering and the arts.

University Mission : Caraga State University endeavors to produce globally-competitive and socially responsible human capital towards the sustainable and inclusive development of Caraga Region and beyond.

CAS Goals : To provide quality education in the arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, applied sciences, and mathematics that are relevant and responsive to the developmental needs of the
region and the country;
To cultivate appreciation for the arts, humanities, and sciences as tools for personal and social development;
To create active global linkages and collaboration in multi-disciplinary areas of research and extension for the proactive generation of resources that will redound to greater welfare of the
majority;
To produce globally competitive students in the fields of arts and sciences who are equipped with sound theories, and strong technical skills capable of critical and independent thinking.

University Intended Learning Outcomes : The graduates have the ability to:
a. contribute to nation building through commitment to having competence to support local, regional, and national plans;
b. secure and retain jobs in highly-favored sectors through adaptability;
c. perform efficiently in their field of specialization through resourcefulness;
d. exhibit service-orientation contributory for a long-term development; and,
e. create a community where unity is a key factor to successful plans in a globalized context.

Program Intended Learning Outcomes : The graduates have the ability to:

Common to All Programs in All Types of School


a. discuss the latest developments in the specific field of practice;
b. communicate effectively using both English and Filipino orally and in writing;
c. work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;
d. exemplify professional, social, and ethical responsibility;
e. preserve and promote ‘Filipino historical and cultural heritage’ (based on RA77220)

Common to Social Sciences and Communication


a. understand and apply social science concepts and theories;
b. design and execute social research using appropriate approaches and methods; and,
c. practice professional and ethical standards.
Course Number : Psych 50 Number of Units : 3 units
Course Title : Social Psychology Number of Hours : 54 hours
Pre-requisites : Psych 1 Instructor : DSSH

Course Description : This course will introduce you to the concepts and ideas in the area of social psychology, which is the scientific discipline that attempts to understand and explain how the thoughts,
feelings and behavior of individuals are influenced by the actual, imagined and implied presence of others.. Social Psychology aims to discover the different ways in which people
interact with other individuals, groups, and the larger society as a whole, as well as why people act in certain ways. Social psychology looks at the inner workings of groups of people.
Social psychology deals with a huge range of aspects of human life, including love, attraction, aggression, helping behaviors (or altruism), and obedience. This course will introduce
you to the most influential social psychology experiments and explain the impact that they have had on the field as a whole. The course will introduce you to the broad topic of social
psychology. It will get you into the content areas in which social psychological research is conducted. These areas will include the research, findings, and theories regarding self and
person perceptions, attitudes, social influence, prejudice and discrimination, interpersonal relationships, aggression, and altruism.

Program Intended Learning Outcomes (PILOs)


1. Demonstrate knowledge, skills and attitudes in engaging in a generalist helping process and planned change process for therapeutic, protective, preventive, and transformative purposes.
2. Analyze critically the origin, development, and purposes of social work in the Philippines.
3. Critique the impacts of global and national socio-structural inadequacies, discrimination, and oppression on quality of life.
4. Apply Knowledge of human behavior and social environment with emphasis on the person-in-situation dynamic for social work assessment and intervention.
5. Critique social welfare policies, programs and services of the locality, country and or / region in terms of relevance, responsiveness, accessibility and availability to target populations.
6. Engage in advocacy work to promote socio-economic and cultural rights and well-being
7. Generate resources for networking and partnership development
8. Identify the social work profession and conduct oneself in accordance with social work values and ethical principles.
9. Engage in social work practices that promote diversity and difference in client system
10. Use supervision to develop critical self- reflective practice for personal and professional growth
11. Produce a portfolio of recordings, case studies and other social work documentation to reflect the quality and progress of practice

Program Intended Learning Outcomes (PILOs)


Course Intended Learning Outcomes (CILOs) PILO 1 PILO 2 PILO 3 PILO 4 PILO 5 PILO 6 PILO 7 PILO 8 PILO 9 PILO 10 PILO 11
After completion of the course, the student must be able to:
1. Recognized the dynamics of human behavior; L,P L L,P P L,P L,P
2. Gain a working and critical knowledge of the concepts, theories, and
L L L L,P
researches in social psychology
3. Understand why social psychological processes happen and know their L
L L O L O
implications
4. Understand the interplay of the sociological and the social psychological L
L,P L O L O
concepts and processes
5. Committed to facilitate individual and social change L,P P P P,O
6. Practiced a smooth interpersonal relationship with others P O P P O P P P
7. Apply social psychological concepts to real-world social issues P O P,O L,P O P P L,P

(L) – Learned; (P) – Practice; (O) –Opportunity


Learn (L) – This is formally taught and evaluated
Practice (P) – This is not formally taught but this is evaluated
Opportunity (O) – This is not formally taught but gives an opportunity to learn and could be evaluated
Detailed Course Syllabus

TIME RESOURCES ALLOCATION


TOPICS INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES TEACHING & LEARNING REFERENCES ASSESSMENT TASKS
FRAME TIME
ACTIVITIES

University VMG Orientation At the end of the session, the students


Course Orientation must have:  Lecture Student Handbook Direct Observation 1.5 hours
 Syllabus Presentation 1. articulated the course they  Getting to Know Activity  Whiteboard Interviews
Week 1  House Rules are headed up;  Setting Expectations  Pen & Paper Course Syllabus Question and Answer
 Grading System 2. monitored their progress by Assignment
 Requirements the grading system;
 Performance Tasks 3. coped with the performance
tasks up ahead

At the end of the session, the students Bernstein, Doughlas. Graded Assignment
must have:  Group Discussion  LCD Projector (2014). Essentials of Question and Answer
Psychology. Cengage 3 hopurs
Week Introduction to Social 1. understand basic knowledge of  Lecture  Laptop Quiz
Learning
1-2 Psychology the major concepts, theories of  Critical Thinking  Whiteboard Graded recitation
- Definition social psychology and the  Writing Assignments  Pen & Paper Group Activity grade
organizing principles of Social Myers, David G. (2010).
- Framework  Research work  Handouts Social Psychlogy. Reporting Grade
Psychology;
- Social Psychology in the McGraw-Hill. (E-book) Major exam
Philippines 1. Understand the history and
- Indigenous concepts of current status of of social Franzoi, Stephen.
Filipino Social Reality psychology in the Philippines; (2000). Social
Psychology. McGraw-Hill
Research Methods in Social 2. understand, apply and evaluate
common scientific methods in John Delamaater, Daniel
Psychology Myers. (2012). Social
Social Psychology
Psychology 7th Ed.
Cengage.

Macapagal, Ma.
Elizabeth, et.al. (2013).
Social Psychology in the
Philippine Context.
Ateneo de Manila
University Press

Myers, David G. (2014).


Exploring Psychology.
9th Ed. New York: Worth
Publishers.

Saul Kassin, Steven Fein,


Hazel Rose Markus.
(2016). Social
Psychology 9th Ed.
Cengage.

Internet Sources
 LCD Projector Bernstein, Doughlas. Direct Observation
Week Kapwa Ko, Kapamilya Ko! The At the end of the session, the students  Discussion  Laptop (2014). Essentials of Graded Assignment
2-3 Filipino Self and the Family will have:  Group Dynamics  Whiteboard Psychology. Cengage Quiz
 Critical Thinking Learning
- The Self and Culture 1. explain how the notion of the  Pen & Paper Graded recitation 4.5 hours
- The Filipino Self as “self” contributes to cognitive  Writing Assignments  Handouts Group Activity grade
Myers, David G. (2010).
interdependent or processes in social interaction  Research Work Reporting Grade
2. perceive and understand the self Social Psychlogy.
relational  Effective Questioning McGraw-Hill. (E-book) Major exam
as interdependent being  Reporting
- The family as central 3. examine the role of family in the
to the Filipinos development of the Filipino self Franzoi, Stephen.
- The social influence of (2000). Social
4. appreciate the value of family as
the family Psychology. McGraw-Hill
central to the Filipino identity
- The Transnational
John Delamaater, Daniel
family Myers. (2012). Social
Psychology 7th Ed.
Cengage.

Macapagal, Ma.
Elizabeth, et.al. (2013).
Social Psychology in the
Philippine Context.
Ateneo de Manila
University Press

Myers, David G. (2014).


Exploring Psychology.
9th Ed. New York: Worth
Publishers.

Saul Kassin, Steven Fein,


Hazel Rose Markus.
(2016). Social
Psychology 9th Ed.
Cengage.

Internet Sources

 LCD Projector Bernstein, Doughlas. Direct Observation


Week Kaibigan, Kabarkada, At the end of the session, the students  Discussion  Laptop (2014). Essentials of Graded Assignment
4 Kaeskwela: Pinoy Friendships will have:  Group Dynamics  Whiteboard Psychology. Cengage Quiz
 Critical Thinking Learning
and School Life 1. understand the factors of  Pen & Paper Graded recitation 3 hours
- Factors that attracts us attraction  Effective Questioning  Handouts Group Activity grade
Myers, David G. (2010).
to our friends 2. examine the personal experience  Reporting Reporting Grade
with barkada Social Psychlogy.
- The Pinoy barkada McGraw-Hill. (E-book) Major exam
3. understand the classic
experience and conformity theories and
conformity obedience studies Franzoi, Stephen.
- Filipino social 4. determine the predictors of (2000). Social
expectations conformity Psychology. McGraw-Hill
- Risky behaviors and 5. evaluate the risky behaviors of
John Delamaater, Daniel
aggression in school youth in the school setting
Myers. (2012). Social
- What happens when Psychology 7th Ed.
we work in groups? Cengage.
Macapagal, Ma.
Elizabeth, et.al. (2013).
Social Psychology in the
Philippine Context.
Ateneo de Manila
University Press

Myers, David G. (2014).


Exploring Psychology.
9th Ed. New York: Worth
Publishers.

Saul Kassin, Steven Fein,


Hazel Rose Markus.
(2016). Social
Psychology 9th Ed.
Cengage.

Internet Sources

PRELIM EXAM

 LCD Projector Bernstein, Doughlas. Direct Observation


Week From MU to I Love You: Love At the end of the session, the students  Discussion  Laptop (2014). Essentials of Graded Assignment
6 and Intimate Relationships will have:  Group Dynamics  Whiteboard Psychology. Cengage Quiz
 Critical Thinking Learning
- What is intimate 1. understand the factors and  Pen & Paper Graded recitation 3 hours
relationship? principles of attraction in the  Effective Questioning  Handouts Group Activity grade
Myers, David G. (2010).
- BF/GF Dating, MU, and context of intimate relationships  Reporting Reporting Grade
2. perceive the common Social Psychlogy.
Same Sex Romance McGraw-Hill. (E-book) Major exam
understanding of different kinds
- Principles of attraction of intimate relationships among
- Theories of love Filipino youth Franzoi, Stephen.
- Meaning of love and 3. explain the concepts of the (2000). Social
sex for Filipino youth theories of love Psychology. McGraw-Hill
- Live-in, Marriage, and 4. assess the meaning of love and
sex among themselves John Delamaater, Daniel
Same-sex unions Myers. (2012). Social
5. distinguish the relationships as
Psychology 7th Ed.
live-in or marriage
Cengage.
6. understand the nature of same-
sex unions in our society today Macapagal, Ma.
Elizabeth, et.al. (2013).
Social Psychology in the
Philippine Context.
Ateneo de Manila
University Press

Myers, David G. (2014).


Exploring Psychology.
9th Ed. New York: Worth
Publishers.

Saul Kassin, Steven Fein,


Hazel Rose Markus.
(2016). Social
Psychology 9th Ed.
Cengage.

Internet Sources

 LCD Projector Bernstein, Doughlas. Direct Observation


Week Katrabaho, Ka Opisina, At the end of the session, the students  Discussion  Laptop (2014). Essentials of Graded Assignment
7 Pangkabuhayan: Pinoy Work will have:  Group Dynamics  Whiteboard Psychology. Cengage Quiz
 Critical Thinking Learning
Life 1. understand the factors that  Pen & Paper Graded recitation 3 hours
- Filipino work motivates Filipino workers  Effective Questioning  Handouts Group Activity grade
Myers, David G. (2010).
motivation: What 2. identify the qualities and traits of  Reporting Reporting Grade
Filipino leaders Social Psychlogy.
makes Filipino McGraw-Hill. (E-book) Major exam
3. explain how groups influence the
workers do their best? individual behavior and vice
- Filipino leadership versa Franzoi, Stephen.
- Making decisions with 4. examine the concepts of group (2000). Social
our group facilitation, social loafing, Psychology. McGraw-Hill
- Nature of labor deindividuation, and group think
in every group interaction John Delamaater, Daniel
relations in the Myers. (2012). Social
Philippines 5. appreciate the roles of OFWs as
bagong bayani Psychology 7th Ed.
- Overseas Filipino Cengage.
6. explain the common motivations
workers: Mga bagong of OFWs
bayani Macapagal, Ma.
Elizabeth, et.al. (2013).
Social Psychology in the
Philippine Context.
Ateneo de Manila
University Press

Myers, David G. (2014).


Exploring Psychology.
9th Ed. New York: Worth
Publishers.

Saul Kassin, Steven Fein,


Hazel Rose Markus.
(2016). Social
Psychology 9th Ed.
Cengage.

Internet Sources

 LCD Projector Bernstein, Doughlas. Direct Observation


Week Sari-saring Kasarian! Gender At the end of the session, the students  Discussion  Laptop (2014). Essentials of Graded Assignment
8 and Sexuality will have:  Group Dynamics  Whiteboard Psychology. Cengage Quiz
 Critical Thinking Learning
- The biology of sex 1. explain the biological basis of sex  Pen & Paper Graded recitation 3 hours
- Gender roles and 2. determine gender roles and  Effective Questioning  Handouts Group Activity grade
Myers, David G. (2010).
stereotypes stereotypes based from  Reporting Reporting Grade
observations or actual experience Social Psychlogy.
- Theoretical McGraw-Hill. (E-book) Major exam
3. understand the basic concepts of
approaches to gender the different theoretical
- Gender inequality and approaches to gender
gender biased violence
- Sexual orientation 4. examine common gender Franzoi, Stephen.
inequality and gender biased (2000). Social
violence observed in the society Psychology. McGraw-Hill
5. identify their individual sexual
orientation John Delamaater, Daniel
6. appreciate their sexual Myers. (2012). Social
preference to complete their Psychology 7th Ed.
identity Cengage.

Macapagal, Ma.
Elizabeth, et.al. (2013).
Social Psychology in the
Philippine Context.
Ateneo de Manila
University Press

Myers, David G. (2014).


Exploring Psychology.
9th Ed. New York: Worth
Publishers.

Saul Kassin, Steven Fein,


Hazel Rose Markus.
(2016). Social
Psychology 9th Ed.
Cengage.

Internet Sources

 LCD Projector Bernstein, Doughlas. Direct Observation


Week Buhay Pamayanan at Pulitika: At the end of the session, the students  Discussion  Laptop (2014). Essentials of Graded Assignment
9 Pinoy Community and Political will have:  Group Dynamics  Whiteboard Psychology. Cengage Quiz
 Critical Thinking Learning
Life 1. understand and explain the  Pen & Paper Graded recitation 3 hours
- Social psychology of concept of altruism  Effective Questioning  Handouts Group Activity grade
Myers, David G. (2010).
helping 2. distinguish why do people help  Reporting Reporting Grade
3. determine when do people help Social Psychlogy.
- Political psychology in McGraw-Hill. (E-book) Major exam
and who usually help
the Philippines 4. examine and distinguish helping
- Filipino electoral behaviors in their daily Franzoi, Stephen.
behaviors and encounters (2000). Social
attitudes 5. explain the nature of political Psychology. McGraw-Hill
behaviors and attitudes of the
Filipinos John Delamaater, Daniel
Myers. (2012). Social
Psychology 7th Ed.
Cengage.

Macapagal, Ma.
Elizabeth, et.al. (2013).
Social Psychology in the
Philippine Context.
Ateneo de Manila
University Press

Myers, David G. (2014).


Exploring Psychology.
9th Ed. New York: Worth
Publishers.

Saul Kassin, Steven Fein,


Hazel Rose Markus.
(2016). Social
Psychology 9th Ed.
Cengage.

Internet Sources

MIDTERM EXAM

 LCD Projector Bernstein, Doughlas. Direct Observation


Week Hidwaan at Kapayapaan: At the end of the session, the students  Discussion  Laptop (2014). Essentials of Graded Assignment
11 Conflict and Peacemaking in will have:  Group Dynamics  Whiteboard Psychology. Cengage Quiz
 Critical Thinking Learning
the Philippines 1. understand the nature of conflict  Pen & Paper Graded recitation 3 hours
- What is conflict? 2. understand and explain the factors  Effective Questioning  Handouts Group Activity grade
Myers, David G. (2010).
- Causes of conflict that creates conflict  Reporting Reporting Grade
3. apply the concepts and principles Social Psychlogy.
- Theories of intergroup McGraw-Hill. (E-book) Major exam
to achieve peace
conflict 4. advocate on peacemaking
- Social conflict and Franzoi, Stephen.
violence (2000). Social
- Peaceful conflict Psychology. McGraw-Hill
resolutions
John Delamaater, Daniel
- Filipino peace Myers. (2012). Social
psychology Psychology 7th Ed.
Cengage.

Macapagal, Ma.
Elizabeth, et.al. (2013).
Social Psychology in the
Philippine Context.
Ateneo de Manila
University Press

Myers, David G. (2014).


Exploring Psychology.
9th Ed. New York: Worth
Publishers.

Saul Kassin, Steven Fein,


Hazel Rose Markus.
(2016). Social
Psychology 9th Ed.
Cengage.

Internet Sources

 LCD Projector Bernstein, Doughlas. Direct Observation


Week Kahirapan ng Pinoy: At the end of the session, the students  Discussion  Laptop (2014). Essentials of Graded Assignment
12 Psychology of Poverty will have:  Group Dynamics  Whiteboard Psychology. Cengage Quiz
 Critical Thinking Learning
 Pen & Paper Graded recitation
- Psychology of poverty 1. understand the nature of poverty  Effective Questioning  Handouts Group Activity grade 3 hours
and inequity and inequity  Reporting Myers, David G. (2010). Reporting Grade
- Poverty and social 2. explain the relationship of poverty Social Psychlogy. Major exam
and social justice McGraw-Hill. (E-book)
justice
3. determine tbe causes of poverty
- Attributions of poverty 4. evaluate the findings of those Franzoi, Stephen.
- Research on the researches on the Filipino poor (2000). Social
Filipino poor and Psychology. McGraw-Hill
social classes
- Addressing poverty John Delamaater, Daniel
Myers. (2012). Social
Psychology 7th Ed.
Cengage.

Macapagal, Ma.
Elizabeth, et.al. (2013).
Social Psychology in the
Philippine Context.
Ateneo de Manila
University Press

Myers, David G. (2014).


Exploring Psychology.
9th Ed. New York: Worth
Publishers.

Saul Kassin, Steven Fein,


Hazel Rose Markus.
(2016). Social
Psychology 9th Ed.
Cengage.

Internet Sources

Week Kapuso, Kapamilya, o Kapatid At the end of the session, the students  Discussion  LCD Projector Bernstein, Doughlas. Direct Observation
(2014). Essentials of 3 hours
13 Ka Ba? Media in the life of the must have:  Lecture  Laptop Quiz
Pinoys 1. understand the role of media in the  Group Dynamics  Whiteboard Psychology. Cengage Graded Participation
lives of Filipino youth Learning
- The Filipino youth  Critical Thinking  Pen & Paper Group Activity grade
and their media use 2. explain the nature of media  Research Work  Handouts Reporting Grade
psychology Myers, David G. (2010).
- What is Media  Case Analysis  Video Lecture Social Psychlogy. Major exam
3. determine tbe psychological
psychology? effects of media and advertising  Inquiry-guided Learning files McGraw-Hill. (E-book) Social Experiment paper
- Theoretical 4. appreciate the role and influence of  Reporting Social Experiment defense
frameworks in media advertising to their behavior and  Social Experiment Franzoi, Stephen.
research attitude  Audio-Visual Presentation / (2000). Social
- The psychological 5. distinguish the new media Film viewing Psychology. McGraw-Hill
effects of media platforms used by the Filipino
youth John Delamaater, Daniel
- Psychology of Myers. (2012). Social
6. evaluate how information and
advertising Psychology 7th Ed.
communication technology affects
- New media: the lives of today’s youth Cengage.
Information and
communication Macapagal, Ma.
technology Elizabeth, et.al. (2013).
Social Psychology in the
Philippine Context.
Ateneo de Manila
University Press

Myers, David G. (2014).


Exploring Psychology.
9th Ed. New York: Worth
Publishers.

Saul Kassin, Steven Fein,


Hazel Rose Markus.
(2016). Social
Psychology 9th Ed.
Cengage.

Internet Sources

FINALS

Week Social Experiment At the end of the session, the students  Critical Thinking  LCD Projector Bernstein, Doughlas. Social Experiment paper
(2014). Essentials of 9 hours
14-16 - Research paper must have:  Research Work  Laptop Social Experiment defense
output 1. conduct a social experiment of  Social Experiment  Whiteboard Psychology. Cengage
Learning
- Presentation and their choice  Pen & Paper
defense 2. apply the theories and Myers, David G. (2010).
concepts of social psychology Social Psychlogy.
in their experiment McGraw-Hill. (E-book)
3. write a good quality research
paper Franzoi, Stephen.
4. present and articulate their (2000). Social
data out from the social Psychology. McGraw-Hill
experiment
John Delamaater, Daniel
Myers. (2012). Social
Psychology 7th Ed.
Cengage.

Macapagal, Ma.
Elizabeth, et.al. (2013).
Social Psychology in the
Philippine Context.
Ateneo de Manila
University Press

Myers, David G. (2014).


Exploring Psychology.
9th Ed. New York: Worth
Publishers.

Saul Kassin, Steven Fein,


Hazel Rose Markus.
(2016). Social
Psychology 9th Ed.
Cengage.

Internet Sources
Suggested Course Requirements, Performance Tasks, and Grading System

ACTIVITIES FIRST SEMESTER


Prelim Midterm Final
Course Requirements
Regular Class Attendance Regular Class Attendance Regular Class Attendance
Major Exams Major Exams Major Exams
Quizzes Quizzes Quizzes
Group Dynamics Group Dynamics Group Dynamics
Report Report Report
Social Experiment paper Social Experiment paper and defense

Performance Tasks Report Social Experiment Paper Social Experiment

Grading System

 Major Exams (50%)


1st major exam
2nd major exam
Social experiment / research Final Grade = Major Exams (50%) + Report (20%) + Quizzes/Activities (20%) + Attendance/Assignment/Participation (10%)
 Report (20%)
Oral report (15%) Passing Rate : 60%
Visual Presentation / PPT material (5%)
 Quizzes / Activities (20%)
 Attendance / Assignment / Participation (10%)

TOTAL 100%
References

Bernstein, Doughlas. (2014). Essentials of Psychology. Cengage


Learning

Myers, David G. (2010). Social Psychlogy. McGraw-Hill. (E-


book)

Franzoi, Stephen. (2000). Social Psychology. McGraw-Hill

John Delamaater, Daniel Myers. (2012). Social Psychology 7th


Ed. Cengage.

Macapagal, Ma. Elizabeth, et.al. (2013). Social Psychology in the


Philippine Context. Ateneo de Manila University Press

Myers, David G. (2014). Exploring Psychology. 9th Ed. New York: _


Worth Publishers.

Saul Kassin, Steven Fein, Hazel Rose Markus. (2016). Social


Psychology 9th Ed. Cengage.

Prepared by:

LILIBETH L. MANIGO, RGC


Instructor
Endorsed by:

DIANA Q. CILLO, RPm SHIELA S. BADIANG, RGC, Rpm


Instructor Chairperson, DSSH

Approved by:

ESAMEL M. PALUGA, Ph.D.


Dean, CAS