PSY103 - Psychological Systems
Credit: 3 semester hours

Serves as an introduction to those systems of thought and selected bodies of data concerned with human behavioral systems. This level of system is seen as interfacing on the upper end of complexity with social systems and on the lower end of complexity with biological systems. Selected areas of study include scientific methodology, evolutionary bases of human behavior, sensation and perception, affect and motivation, learning and memory, intelligence and problem solving, personality and abnormal behavior. THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR ALL OTHER PSYCHOLOGY COURSES. This course can be used to satisfy University Studies requirements.


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