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PSYC 4318
History and Systems of Psychology
Three semester hours.
Examines the nature of psychology from an historical perspective, emphasizing trends of psychological thought, key concepts in various branches of psychology and their relationship in contemporary systems and the development of psychology as a discipline with leaders, schools, and issues. Prerequisite: PSYC 2301, or permission of instructor. May be taken for graduate credit.

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