Abnormal Psychology


Ulster County Community College

  • Semester
    Spring 2024
  • Instructor
    James Hobbs
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This course will explore the variety of mental and emotional disorders identified by psychologists. Students will learn to recognize symptoms, understand causes, and become familiar with the treatment of mental illness. Goals for this course include the analysis of actual cases and discussion of current issues and depictions of clients, while increasing the student’s ability to respond appropriately to individuals in need.
Prerequisites: PSY 101; and ENG 101.
General Education Area(s): Social Sciences
Course Area: Psychology
Level: Lower Level Undergraduate
Dates: 01-22-2024 - 05-16-2024
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Instructor: James Hobbs
Local Course ID: 24SP_ULS_PSY203_1
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