Psychology

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

PSYC 379: Applied Cross-Cultural Psychology

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Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 3

A review of important landmarks in cross-cultural research, showing how this research impacts psychology as a discipline. Emphasizes an empirical approach to cross-cultural study and includes topics such as theoretical and empirical developments in cross-cultural psychology, development of coherent schema's to guide cross-cultural research and interventions, comparison of psychology's goals and assumptions in Western and other cultures, and integration of course materials into educational and career goals of students.

Satisfies General Education requirement for global understanding..

Prerequisites:

PSYC 100, or permission of instructor.

3 Sections Currently Scheduled for Spring 2013

From the Schedule of Classes

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