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Course level: Graduate
This course enables students to differentiate among the primary theoretical approaches to the study of personality, including psychodynamic, affective, cognitive-behavioral, and systems theories. Students examine the underlying assumptions inherent in various personality models and learn how the tenets of these models are investigated through empirical research.
- PSYCH/620 – Multicultural and Social Issue in Psychology or equivalent AND
- PSYCH/625 – Statistics for the Behavior Sciences or equivalent
- This graduate level course requires proof of completion of a Bachelor's degree.