2022w-apphil3260m-03

AP/PHIL3260 3.0 M: Philosophy of Psychology

Offered by: PHIL


 Session

Winter 2022

 Term

W

Format

LECT

Instructor

Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

An examination of whether psychological research can help to answer traditional philosophical questions. Case studies may include: psychiatric and mental disorders, rational thought, animal cognition, the placebo effect, the nature of concepts, attribution theory, moral psychology, or consciousness. Prerequisites: AP/PHIL 2160 3.00 or AP/PHIL 2240 3.00.


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