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PY 360 History and Systems of Psychology 3 Cr.

An overview of significant movements, theories and individuals in the development of contemporary psychology. The course is organized around significant themes and includes discussion of the philosophy of scientific growth, structuralism, functionalism, behaviorism, Gestalt psychology and psychoanalysis. Included will be examples, cases, and discussions of the APA ethics code that governs the performance of professionals in the field of psychology. This course satisfies the university’s General Education Ethics requirement. Prerequisite PY 211.


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Charles A Dana Professor Emeritus Carole Bandy; Professor Kevin Fleming (Chair); Associate Professor Matthew Thomas; Assistant Professors Mark Stefani, Helene Sisti; Lecturers John Dulmage, Heather Porter

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...level (other than MA 360) SA 15 credits...General Education History 3 PY 211 Introduction to...


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...Core Concentration Course 3 PY 211 Introduction to...Elementary Students 3 MA 360 Teaching Mathematics at...