PSYC 401(F) Perspectives on Psychological Issues
This course considers controversial psychological topics of both historical and current import from diverse psychological perspectives. The course is centered around student-led discussions within sections and in debates between sections. The topics considered for 2004 are self-deception, the nature of intelligence, and intimate relationships. Format: seminar. Requirements: participation in class discussions and debates, two short papers, and one long position paper. No enrollment limit (expected: 15 per section). This course is required of all senior Psychology majors.
Hour: Members of the Department