PSY 2410 - Psychology of Adjustment





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Uploaded on Aug 9, 2010

This course analyzes how to make satisfying choices in all areas of life and emphasizes how to improve self-esteem, enhance communication skills, and become more aware of human behavior. This course offers the Learner the chance to gain an appreciation of individual differences, learn about the influence of significant life events and situations, and develop coping skills for everyday problems. The focus of study includes self-actualization and autonomy, managing stress, types of intimacy, authentic and inauthentic love, embracing diversity and pathways to self-exploration and self-understanding.

Learning Outcomes:
Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor
Integrate course concepts through the use of internet resources
Examine wellness and life choices as related to significant life stages
Analyze childhood and adolescence and the impact on current behavior
Explore different theories of personality
Describe the significance of love, sexuality, and intimate experiences
Analyze death and loss as life stages
Examine the impact of enviromental stress
Explore the dynmics of ones' family of origin
Demonstrate ethical behavior in regard to emerging relevant technologies applicable to psychology


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