This course is designed to help students examine abnormal and normal behaviors and experiences along several dimensions: the historical and cultural influences in Western psychology, current views on abnormality and psychological health, cultural differences in the approaches to the treatment of psychopathology, and the role healthy habitats play in relation to a healthy mind. We will study the traditional classification of psychopathology, including theories around etiology and treatment strategies. We will also look at non-traditional approaches, including the role of eco-psychology in abnormal psychology. This course covers central content in the discipline of psychology, and it is required for the pursuit of graduate studies in psychology.
Freshman - Senior
Class Size: 25
Credits per quarter
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Spring 2021 Registration
Complete Online Learning - This offering delivers all of its instruction online.
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