Course Description:

PSYC 213 PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT A practical and applied study of the psychology of personal adjustment, designed to assist the student in understanding the challenges of adjustment to oneself and others in a social world. Additional emphasis is on adjusting to major life events. Highlights include a discussion of personality differences, personal character and integrity, the concept of the self and issues of self-control, stress, coping, physical and mental health, and adjustment to careers and retirement, marriage and close relationships, communication, and social behavior. Three Hours, Fall, Spring

Credits:

3.0

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