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PSYCH 227: Environmental Psychology at Rocky Mountain National Park (off-campus)

This course investigates the human relationship with the natural world, examining ways in which the natural environment is important psychologically to human beings. Integrating aspects of theoretical and empirical psychology, environmental studies and literature, we explore meanings, values, and questions such as: How are we affected by nature? What affects people's attitudes and behaviors toward the environment? How do we respond to environmental challenges? How does the field of psychology address the natural world? Offered during Interim. Counts toward American studies major and environmental studies major (all emphases) and concentration.
Prerequisite: PSYCH 125 or ENVST 137.

American Studies

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...Power PSCI 311 Seminar in American Politics PSYCH 227 Environmental Psychology at Rocky Mountain National...

Biology

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...either BIO 227 or CH/BI 227 (taken...Molecular Neuroscience 1.00 PSYCH 238 Biopsychology 1...

Environmental Studies

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...in Australia PSYCH 227 Environmental Psychology at Rocky Mountain National Park (off-campus) PSYCH 230...

Neuroscience

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...order): PSYCH 238 Biopsychology 1.00 PSYCH 238...Courses (1 required) BIO 227 Cell Biology BIO...