Womens Studies and Psychology
Frazier, K., Jackson, T., and Mangione, H. (2015). Beyond stigma: Critical approaches to violations of the motherhood narrative. In K.R. Cabell, G. Marsico, C. Cornejo, & J. Valsiner (Eds). Making Meaning, Making Motherhood. Annals of Cultural Psychology (pp. 133-149). Charlotte, NC.: Information Age Publishing.
Research At A Glance
Introduction to history of psychology, scientific method; brain/nervous system, development, learning, motivation, sensation/perception, personality, psychopathology, psychotherapy, cognitive processes, social behavior.
Prerequisite: PS 101 Physical, social, emotional, intellectual, and moral development from conception to adolescence is examined within a framework of various theories.
Psychology of Adolescence
Prerequisite: PS 101, PS 210 The mental, emotional, social and physical changes of contemporary adolescence are examined with emphasis on family, peer and school influences.
Psychology of Women
Prerequisites: PS-101. Women's psychological development throughout the lifespan will be examined, including female development, achievement, stereotyping, stress, violence and psychological disorders.