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Psy 101: Introduction to Psychology

 

bulletThe primary objective of this psychology course is to provide students with an overview of the discipline’s history and evolution. This course will also address the nomenclature of psychology so that students will become familiar with the vocabulary and concepts commonly used by professionals in the field today.

Psy 119: Psychology of Gender

 

bulletThe primary objective of this course is to provide students with an overview of this discipline’s (1) history and evolution, (2) its basic concepts and the foundations of sex roles, (3) how it distinguishes between similarities and differences among the sexes, (4) historical customs concerning sex differences, (5) personality theories and their gender inflections, and (6) cultural and cross-cultural perspectives. This course will also address the nomenclature of this field so that students will be familiar with the vocabulary and concepts commonly used by professionals.

Psy 274: Psychology of Child Rearing

 

bulletDiscipline at different developmental stages; parental influences on social and cognitive development; influences on parenting; a systems approach to understanding families; the changing American family.

Psy 370: Psychology of the Arts

 

bulletConcepts from a wide variety of areas in psychology are used to analyze issues in art. Specific works of art - which may include literature, music and visual arts - are considered through class discussion and written essay.
bulletLinear Perspectives Assignment

Psy 481: Seminar in History and Systems of Psychology

 

bulletThis course will systematically introduce the student to the historical forces which generated the structures of knowledge which are at the foundation of our view of the universe and our place in it. From this review a clear picture will emerge about the development of psychology into a formal discipline.

 
   

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