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Students in this course will be exposed to general issues in the study of psychology to demonstrate general psychological knowledge. Students in this class are expected to write a major area research paper. Additionally, students will be exposed to specific areas in psychology not covered elsewhere in the curriculum that are consistent with the expertise of the faculty. Specific topics will change each semester, but may include: Ethics, media violence, psychology of war, advanced statistics, etc. Prerequisites: Senior year psychology major and PSYC 2312, PSYC 3302, PSYC 4301, and PSYC 4325.
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