PSY328: Learning

About This Course

This course is an in-depth survey of the major classic and contemporary psychological theories and research in learning. Emphasis will be given to classical and operant conditioning principles, which are the behavioral research standard in the field. Learning will be examined from biological, psychological, and sociocultural perspectives.

Course At A Glance

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Even Fall
Odd Spring

Course Prerequisites

3 credit hours

PSY111: General Psychology

Introduction to psychology as a science, using the empirical approach to study many areas of behavior such as motivation, emotion, perception, thinking, learning, abnormal, personality, and social.  This course satisfies an Area of Inquiry requirement for Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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