PSY-121 Comparative Psychology

This course uses Bergen County as an environmental laboratory. Birds are studied in their natural habitat and used as a barometer of the changes that have developed in our immediate psychological environment. Behavioral comparisons are made between human and animal behavior. Such topics as the quality of life experience, psychophysiology, group or single living disturbances, sexual behavior, territoriality and self-preservation are discussed. Lecture [3.00].

Credits

3

Syllabus for this course.