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PSYC 8285 : History and Systems of Psychology
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PCS-PHD: PhD in the Field of Psychology with a Concentration in Clinical Psychology
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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History and Systems of Psychology
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History and Systems
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Clinical psychology doctoral students will engage in self-study of the history and systems of psychology.
1. To know the chronological history of ideas that has contributed to the field of psychology, both scientific and applied. 2. To be able to compare and contrast the major figures and schools of thought in psychology's history. 3. To critically evaluate and examine the original writings of the major historical figures within psychology. 4. To apply historical approaches to yourself and your community.
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