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    Jul 08, 2020  
ACE Catalog - Volume 18 
    
ACE Catalog - Volume 18 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

PSYC5283 - Theories, Constructs, and Psychology Research

Credits: 3
This course explores the nature of psychological theories and how they relate to real-world applications and explanations of psychological phenomena. Specifically, learners trace the historical development of major ideas in psychology and the work of Freud, Jung, Erikson, Skinner, Piaget, and Thorndike, and others. Students gain an understanding of psychological research and basic quantitative and qualitative methods psychologists use to gather and analyze evidence. Emphasis is placed on the emergence of psychology as an empirical science, ethical considerations in psychological research, the use of reference materials and electronic technologies, and the communication of psychological information in written form.