[PSYC 225] Psychology of Women
This course examines theoretical viewpoints on the development of gender identification and gender-typed behavior; research evidence for the existence/non-existence of gender differences; female social development across the life span; psychological aspects of women’s roles in the family and in the workplace; clinical issues relevant to women, such as depression and eating disorders; and additional topics selected by class members. Includes at least 15 hours of field experience.
Psychology of Women
Prerequisite: Psychology 100 and any critical identity sudies course, or consent of instructor.
Also listed as Critical Identity Studies 225.