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Course Overview

Review of theoretical approaches in the historical development of psychology as a discipline, including the emergence of clinical and experimental psychology from roots in philosophy and physiology. The principal systems and schools of thoughts in the history of psychology will be surveyed, including psychophysics, structuralism, functionalism, behaviorism, gestalt theory, psychoanalysis, and cognitive theories, to reveal their impact on contemporary psychology.

Credits: 2
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate
Prerequisites: Graduate standing in psychology or permission of the instructor.

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