PSY 410 - Psychology of Human Emotion
An interdisciplinary survey of theory and research relevant to the psychological/physiological expression and experience of emotion in humans. The history of the study of emotion will be covered, as well as several theories concerning typical expressions of emotion representing a variety of psychological perspectives. Findings from psychological, sociological, anthropological and evolutionary theory concerning cross-cultural differences in the experience and expression of emotion will also be presented.
Prerequisites: PSY 101, six additional credit hours in psychology.(3 cr. hr.)
Frequency code B = offered at least once per year
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