PsychologyPSYC 110 Culture and Human Development

Examines theory, research, and methods of studying the inherent cultural basis of human development and variations and similarities in human lives and activities in different communities worldwide. The approach draws on ideas and observations from psychology, anthropology, linguistics, sociology, and history. Course includes lab exercises using interview and observation methodologies and presentations of library research. (Formerly course 113.)

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): satisfaction of Entry Level Writing, Composition requirements; PSYC 100, or ANTH 1 or ANTH 2, or EDUC 92A, or EDUC 92B, or EDUC 92C, or LALS 1, or SOCY 1. Enrollment is restricted to seniors or by permission.

Credits

6

Quarter offered

Winter

Instructor

Barbara Rogoff