PS 100 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY: PERSPECTIVES IN SOCIAL JUSTICE

Fundamental principles of behavior, including research methods, learning, memory and cognition, biological basis of behavior, perception, motivation, human development, social psychology, personality, psychopathology, and psychological testing. This course will require students to engage in reflection regarding the research and practices in Psychology which have hindered, and contributed to, creating a socially just world. Intended for non-Psychology majors, this course does not fulfill requirements for the major. NOTE: Students completing PS 101 cannot take PS 100.

Credits

3

Distribution

Issues in Social Justice