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PSY-762 Cognition and Emotion

Doctorate, Graduate


Course Overview

This course introduces doctoral students in psychology to the history, philosophy, theoretical perspectives, and methodological considerations for understanding human cognition and emotion. The course will examine each domain separately as it relates to human functioning, as well as the relationship between the two fields. Cross-cultural perspectives of each domain will be explored throughout the course.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate
Enrollment in the PhD or PsyD Psychology Doctoral Programs.

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