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2016-2017 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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PSY 375 - Comparative Psychology

Study of the relationship between human and animal behavior. Includes discussion of mind in nonhumans, the sociobiology debate, natural selection and human behavior, including language and sexual behavior, and implications for child development and schooling. Includes zoo or field observations. Lecture and field study. Offered every academic year. Prerequisites: PSY 101 (or HNR 234)

Credits: 3



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