LBST 602 - Nature and Nurture
An introduction to the neurogenetic revolution currently gaining momentum in the biological and social sciences. The course examines research and theory from the fields of evolutionary psychology, behavioral genetics, and behavioral endocrinology as challenges to the anti-biological perspectives on human social behavior found in traditional social science. Such issues lend themselves well to the most important purpose of the course: developing the skills, worldview, and values of a critical thinker. A social sciences core course in the MALS program.
Prerequisite(s): No prereq.
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