What You'll Learn
- The effects of genetic, biological, social, cultural, and environmental influences on behavior, learning, intelligence, cognition, stress and coping, and personality
- Statistical methods necessary to understand and perform research in psychology
- The history of psychology and how contemporary theories express that history
- Experimental methods used in psychological research and how to write research papers
- Psychological theories and evidence about subjects such as learning, perception, life-span development and aging, social behavior, industrial-organizational psychology, and normal and abnormal psychology
- Critical thinking skills to analyze and solve problems
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- Our Guide to Psychology has everything you need to know about our requirements and opportunities.