Russell H. Fazio, Ph.D

Harold E. Burtt Professor of Psychology

Current and Past Courses

Current Course

Psychology 4518 , Attitudes: Structure, Function, and Consequences-- Autumn 2017
Introduction to basic theory and research regarding attitudes. The focus is on how attitudes form, how they are represented in memory, the functional value that they serve, and the consequences that they have for information processing, judgment, and behavior.
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Past Courses

Psychology 7871, Social Cognition -- Autumn 2016
Introduction to research in social cognition -- the study of the cognitive underpinnings of social behavior and the ways individuals think about our social world.
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Psychology 4518 , Attitudes: Structure, Function, and Consequences-- Spring 2016
Introduction to basic theory and research regarding attitudes. The focus is on how attitudes form, how they are represented in memory, the functional value that they serve, and the consequences that they have for information processing, judgment, and behavior.
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Psychology 7871, Social Cognition -- Autumn 2014
Introduction to research in social cognition -- the study of the cognitive underpinnings of social behavior and the ways individuals think about our social world.
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Psychology 4518 , Attitudes: Structure, Function, and Consequences -- Autumn 2013
Introduction to basic theory and research regarding attitudes. The focus is on how attitudes form, how they are represented in memory, the functional value that they serve, and the consequences that they have for information processing, judgment, and behavior.
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Psychology 7871, Social Cognition -- Spring 2013
Introduction to research in social cognition -- the study of the cognitive underpinnings of social behavior and the ways individuals think about our social world.
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Psychology 518 , Attitudes: Structure, Function, and Consequences -- Spring 2012
Introduction to basic theory and research regarding attitudes. The focus is on how attitudes form, how they are represented in memory, the functional value that they serve, and the consequences that they have for information processing, judgment, and behavior.
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Psychology 870, Advanced Social Psychology -- Autumn 2011
Introductory graduate-level survey of the field of social psychology.  The course is intended to serve as a helpful "gateway" for non-psychology graduate students who plan to enroll in other social psychology core courses and seminars.
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Psychology 871.01, Social Cognition -- Spring 2011
Introduction to the cognitive underpinnings of social judgment and behavior.
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Psychology 870, Advanced Social Psychology -- Autumn 2010
Introductory graduate-level survey of the field of social psychology.  The course is intended to serve as a helpful "gateway" for non-psychology graduate students who plan to enroll in other social psychology core courses and seminars.
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Psychology 518 , Attitudes: Structure, Function, and Consequences -- Spring 2010
Introduction to basic theory and research regarding attitudes. The focus is on how attitudes form, how they are represented in memory, the functional value that they serve, and the consequences that they have for information processing, judgment, and behavior.
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Psychology 870, Advanced Social Psychology -- Autumn 2009
Introductory graduate-level survey of the field of social psychology.  The course is intended to serve as a helpful "gateway" for non-psychology graduate students who plan to enroll in other social psychology core courses and seminars.
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Psychology 871.01, Social Cognition -- Spring 2009
Introduction to the cognitive underpinnings of social judgment and behavior.
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Psychology 870, Advanced Social Psychology -- Autumn 2008
Introductory graduate-level survey of the field of social psychology.  The course is intended to serve as a helpful "gateway" for non-psychology graduate students who plan to enroll in other social psychology core courses and seminars.
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Psychology 518 , Attitudes: Structure, Function, and Consequences -- Spring 2008
Introduction to basic theory and research regarding attitudes. The focus is on how attitudes form, how they are represented in memory, the functional value that they serve, and the consequences that they have for information processing, judgment, and behavior.
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Psychology 871.01, Social Cognition -- Spring 2007
Introduction to the cognitive underpinnings of social judgment and behavior.
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Psychology 873.01, Contemporary Issues in Attitudes & Persuasion -- Winter 2007
Consideration of "hot topics" currently engaging researchers interested in attitudes.  This particular quarter, the seminar focused on implicit measures of attitudes.
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Psychology 873.05, Human Evaluative Learning -- Autumn 2005
Seminar devoted to evaluative conditioning, including the mechanisms underlying such associative learning and the boundary conditions.
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Psychology 873A, Contemporary Issues in Attitudes & Persuasion -- Winter 2005
Consideration of "hot topics" currently engaging researchers interested in attitudes.
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Mike Vasey's Workshop on Clinical Disorders

Part I: An overview of the field of clinical psychology, September 20, 2005
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Part II: Linking social psychology to clinical disorders, September 29, 2005
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