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PSYC 5304
Survey of Personality and Abnormal Psychology
Three semester hours.
Advanced survey course examining the major theories of personality and the development of psychopathology. Consideration of such topics as Freudian and neo-Freudian theory, interpersonal, humanistic and existential theories, and behavioral and social cognitive approaches. Causes, treatment, and phenomenology of psychopathology are explored, with emphasis on the integration of personality and models of abnormality. This course may be taken to fulfill the PSYC 4301 and PSYC 4303 stem-work requirement. Prerequisite: Graduate standing, or permission of the instructor.

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