PSY 315 Industrial/Organizational Psychology

This course offers analysis, discussion, and laboratory experiences in animal and human behavior. It places human behavior in phylogenetic perspective. The behaviors of various animals are studied with emphasis on the behavioral similarities and differences among animals and with respect to humans to gain an understanding of their behavioral roots and capacities. Laboratory exercises will consist of behavioral observations and follow-up reports of animal behaviors in semi-natural and laboratory environments.


3 credits




140-UG Level 4 Advanced