COMM 4461: Prosocial Communication and Health

3 Credits

There has been a shift in how we think about and study human health and well-being. This shift also emphasizes the cultivation of positive emotions, behaviors, and practices into our daily lives so that we may improve our relationships with others and ultimately our well-being. In this senior-level undergraduate seminar we will examine a) the meaning and importance of prosocial communication in our lives; b) the communicative and relational contributions of prosociality to our health and well-being; and c) how the popular press presents happiness research.

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