PSY 4051- Psychology of the Family

An elective for psych majors and minors:

PSY 4051 – Psychology of the Family: it is a communications intensive course.

PSY 4051

2362

BMWA

N

01/28/2013- 05/16/2013

MW

09:30am

10:45am

5175

VC

Locke, S

0025

3 hours; 3 credits

This course studies the family from a developmental and clinical perspective. Topics include the family as a system; stages of family life; ethnic and cultural variations in family life; and issues related to adoption, divorce, remarriage, illness, death of family members, family violence, and drug and alcohol abuse. Short stories and films will be used to illustrate major points of discussion. (This course is not open to students who have taken Psychology of the Family as a special topics course [PSY 4040].)

Prerequisites: PSY 1001, 3 elective credits in psychology,  and ENG 2100.

 

 

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