Three semester hours.
The course examines the foundations of human behavior, cognitive processes and personality through an evolutionary perspective. Evolutionary psychology attempts to explain how certain behaviors arise, their origin, and their historical and significant purpose throughout human history. Topics include human behavior, the human mind, survival, mating strategies, group behavior, aggression, and the differences between sexes. Prerequisite: One course from PSYC 2301, SOCI 1301, CRIJ 1301, BIOL 1370 or ANTH 2346. (Formerly PSYC 2320)
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