Fall Semester, 2008
Mondays and Wednesdays, 2:30pm – 4:00pm
Where: Sharpless 410
This course is designed as an overview
to the field of close relationships. The major theories of close relationships
will be emphasized, including examinations of evolutionary, attachment,
interdependence, and cognitive approaches. In addition, research related
to topics such as attraction, relationship development and maintenance,
relationships and health, infidelity, violence in intimate relationships,
and jealousy will be explored, with methodological concerns discussed within
the context of each topic. A full listing of course topics is available here >>>
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- This course webpage provides information about the Fall 2008 section of PSY 325. This course is not offered this semester; please check back later for updated info.
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