PSY 3101: Introduction to Personality

3 Credits

Covers the major issues in personality psychology, including personality traits, their assessment, and their roots in genetic and environmental influences; personality development and the effects of personality on life outcomes; psychological and biological processes related to personality; and the importance of goals, roles, and narrative identity. Various contemporary and historical perspectives are considered, including psychodynamic, humanistic, behaviorist, and evolutionary approaches. prereq: 1001

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