Courses: Introduction to Personality Psychology (PSYCH215A01)

Fall 2008

An examination of the fundamental issues and questions addressed by personality psychology, including: What is personality? What are its underlying processes and mechanisms? How does personality develop and change over time? What constitutes a healthy personality? This course will explore these questions by considering evidence from several major approaches to personality (trait, psychodynamic, humanistic, and social-cognitive), and it will encourage students to develop a dynamic understanding of human personality that is situated within biological, social, and cultural contexts.

Prerequisites: Psychology 100 or 105 or consent of the instructor

Fulfills: SO I

Department

Psychology (Web site)

Taught By

Amy Neeren (Profile)

Location

Haverford, Shrp 412

Meeting Times

WF 2:30-4:00