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Mind, Brain, and Culture|Freshman Interest Groups

Mind, Brain, and Culture - FULL

Majors of Interest:

Psychology, sociology, anthropology, social work, counseling, or any of the social sciences and helping professions

FIG Description:

Why do people act the way they do? How come children and adults often differ in the ways they think, behave, and react? Why do some people get nervous taking a test in a large group, but are at ease writing a paper at home alone? This FIG is for students interested in the differing behaviors and thinking of individuals, groups, and communities. Here is a chance to better understand yourself and the people around you.

Hall:

White, 4th Floor

Classes:

PSYC 1001 - Issues in Psychology - 1 credit [I,L]
ANTH 1200 - Cultural Anthropology - 3 credits [CS,G]
PSYC 1000 - General Psychology - 3 credits [CS]

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