PSYCHOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

 

Subject: ANTH

Course Number : 1301

Course Title:  PSYCHOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Course Description:

The concepts of “human nature,” “national character,” and “modal personality” as used by anthropologists are explored. Explains methods of research such as family studies, dream analysis, interpretations of “body language,” and projective tests. Surveys cross-cultural studies of such topics as cognition, values and attitudes, male/female stereotypes, child rearing practices, alcoholism, mental disorders, and the impact of cultural change (urbanization and industrialization).

Credit Hours: 3 cr

GE: None       Non-Western  /Global 

Prerequisite:  ANTH 0101, PSY 0101

Course Level: