(3)An examination of how culture both influences and is influenced by human behavior and mental processes, including identity, religious worship, schooling, perception, aesthetics, intelligence, memory, emotions, language, work, and mental health. An interdisciplinary approach is taken and the goal is to understand intercultural psychological phenomena through reflection and hands-on activities.
Prerequisite(s): Understanding Persons in Society course (from General Education Program; i.e., ECON 202 or PSYC 121 or SOC 201).
Offered Spring 2019 and alternate Spring semesters (or each Spring at department discretion). PSYC 312 meets the General Education requirement for Engaging in Cultures and Institutions (Global Encounters).
This course information is from the 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog. View this catalog.