Abnormal Psychology

PSYC-210-331

Hudson Valley Community College

  • Semester
    Spring 2021
  • Instructor
    catonemaitin
  • Start Date
    01-25-2021
  • Total Credits
    3
  • Call to Register
    518-629-4574

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This comprehensive and integrated coverage of the field of African American psychology will address both African and American cultural perspectives. The four major themes of the course are: an introduction to and the foundational framework of African American psychology; social systems and structures that include such topics as family, community, educational and work institutions; individual and developmental processes that include a focus on interpersonal and close relationships, cognition, learning and language, religion and spirituality, and lifespan development; adjustments in adaptation, which include a focus on health, illness, disability, psychosocial adaptation and mental health, drug use and abuse, and prosocial and antisocial behavior.
Prerequisites: AH 02587 D, PSYC 100 D
General Education Area(s): Social Sciences
Course Area: Psychology
Level: Lower Level Undergraduate
Dates: 01-25-2021 - 05-11-2021
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Instructor: catonemaitin
Local Course ID: 21SP_HVC_PSYC210_331
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