When looking back on my introductory course to Psychology five years from now I will remember the concept of Social Psychology. The reason why I will remember this concept is because we are social creatures influenced by interactions with others. I find the concepts and theories of social psychology interesting because I feel that we are at one of the most influential social stages of our lives, college. Without knowing it we are constantly adapting and changing our opinions, beliefs, thoughts by our interactions with not only other students but professors, TA's, speakers etc. By being the social creatures we are, our years in college can possibly be looked back upon as one of the most important stages of life where we are constantly learning new ideas, forming opinions, and developing our mind for challenges that we may face in the future. I also found the subject of social psychology when dealing with forming of conformity and obedience to be intriguing. It was extremely interesting to look at how people can change their beliefs (deindividuation) from interacting in-group settings and perform acts of thoughts that they normally would not participate in. Five years from now this information will still remain with me and I will be able to apply it looking back during my time at the University of Minnesota.