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2018-2019 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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PSY 316 - The Psychology of Human Intimacy and Sexuality

A comparative analysis of sexual practices, reproductive strategies, and intimate relationships using competing viewpoints (e.g., cultural psychology and evolutionary psychology). Topics may include comparing dating and cohabiting; married and gay and lesbian couples; factors in relationship stability and divorce; and the social control of sexuality and reproduction. Cross-listed with WGS 316. Offered every academic year. Prerequisite: PSY 101.

Credits: 3

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