Societies are composed of many individuals that are constantly interacting with each other. Within this section, we will discuss the different roles individuals have in society and the mechanisms by which we interact with each other. We also cover the Dramaturgical Approach and end the course with discussion about discrimination.

The contents within this section closely follow the AAMC section: Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior Section: Content Category 8C.

Content for this section is credited to Khan Academy.
Special thanks to Auguste Ramos for compilation of material.

Course Curriculum

Elements of Social Interaction
Elements of Social Interaction 00:15:00
Self-presentation and Interacting with Others
Self-presentation and Interacting with Others 00:15:00
Social Behavior
Social Behavior 00:15:00
Discrimination
Discrimination 00:45:00

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