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General Psychology

PSYC 105

Credits: 
4

The field of psychology explores the interdependent experiences of thinking, feeling, and acting and how these underlying dynamics affect the quality of one’s psychological life. Psychology encompasses a wide number of therapeutic theories and approaches and each is characterized by its unique set of variables employed to explain behavior. It is the objective of this course to acquaint students with different theoretical frameworks, their particular methodologies, and expectations for the psychology major.

Time: 
M, W, F 2:30pm - 3:45pm
Course Term: 
Summer 2013
Course Location: 
MCG 147
Max Enrollment: 
20
Grade Format: 
Letter Grade