PSY 214: History of Psychology
Covers the major schools of psychology, including Wundtian psychology, structuralism, functionalism, behaviorism, gestalt psychology, cognitive psychology, etc., as well as the philosophical and physiological influences that lead to the birth of psychology as an independent discipline. Focus is on integration over these areas with the goal of better understanding the current state of the science of psychology. Major recurring themes within these schools include the mind/body problem, the nature/nurture debate, and the criteria for practicing a science.
Normal Letter Grade only.
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