2017 Fall Term
Comparative psychology is the study of animal behavior. Studying animals helps us understand what makes us uniquely human, and it also illuminates many areas of cross-species similarity. This course will examine the research on topics such as animal reasoning, language, and social behavior.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: (PSYCH 216 OR BIO 303) AND (PSYCH/BIOLOGY 301 OR PSYCH 303 OR PSYCH 351) OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR
There are no sections offered for this course and term that meet your criteria.