|Psychology 307||PSY 307|
|Health Psychology||3 (3-0-0-0)|
This course examines the influence of biological, psychological, and social factors on human health and well-being. Topics covered include the history of health psychology, the special relationship between neurological and immune-system functioning, patient and healthcare worker experiences of the medical industry, chronic illnesses and diseases and their relationship with behavioral choices, and, finally, behaviors that people engage in that improve and/or maintain their health and well-being.
Prerequisites: Psychology 104 [C- minimum grade required] and Psychology 105 [C- minimum grade required] and 2nd year standing required