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This course will introduce students to theories related to human behavior. Students will learn about the biological and psychological underpinnings of individual behavior as well as the to social dynamics that are produced during human interactions and that are embedded in broader institutional relations. This course will place an emphasis upon philosophic notions of the 'self,' social psychology, and institution inequalities.

Course Number: PSYC-40025
Credit: 4.00 unit(s)