Historical Perspectives on Psychology: Mind and Machines since 1600
Graded - Undergraduate
Regular Academic Session (1)
Section Status: OPEN Available Seats: 1 Enrolled Total: 127
CGS 3325 - Historical Perspectives on Psychology: Mind and Machines since 1600 (3 semester hours) Basic frames of reference in 20th-century psychology and their historical development in Western thought since 1600 with an emphasis on issues involved with minds, brains, and machines. Includes behaviorism, learning theory, artificial intelligence, and gestalt, structural and cognitive approaches. Prerequisite: PSY 2301 or CGS 2301. (Same as PSY 3360) (3-0) Y
• This class fulfills the Certificate in Critical Communication Skills (C3) written course requirement.