Fall 2021 - PSYC 362 C200
Close Relationships (3)
Class Number: 7638
Delivery Method: Distance Education
Course Times + Location:
Prerequisites:PSYC 201 and 260.
Reviews theory and research on the psychology of romantic relationships. Topics may include relationship theories, communication, social cognitive processes, intimate partner violence, and relationship interventions.
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