Program Learning Outcomes
Differentiate the major concepts and issues in thinking, information processing, concept formation, language, problem solving, creativity, and development of intelligence.
Discriminate between normal psychology (e.g., self-actualization or "emotional intelligence") and the etiology of the more common disorders of anxiety, depression, and conduct problems.
Demonstrate the principles of effective versus ineffective teams and groups based on collaborative and conflicting interpersonal behaviors.
Compare societal, cross-cultural, and gender theories and the practical implications on each within a diverse community structure.
Explain the principles and effects of social influence, conformity, social attraction, and social perception on personal development.
Describe the theoretical basis for conflict management and interpersonal effectiveness in situations of human conflict and hostility.
Discuss differences in moral/ethical behavior in different cultures.