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PSY 328 - Psychology of Human Sexuality

  • 3 credits
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This course examines the complex interplay of psychological, sociocultural, and biological factors in the development and expression of sexual attitudes and behaviors. It covers a wide variety of topics, including the major psychological theories of sexuality, patterns of sexual arousal and response, the development of gender and gender identity, variations in sexual orientation, attraction processes and romantic love, sexual dysfunctions and sex therapy, typical and atypical sexual behaviors, as well as the psychological effects of pornography. Students will be challenged to consider how theoretical and practical research on human sexuality influences their daily lives. Credit not allowed for both PSY 228 and PSY 328.


HDFS 101 (Individual and Family Development) or PSY 100 (General Psychology) or SOWK 105; and junior standing. Credit not allowed for both PSY 328 and PSY 228


Sara Garvey

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