Science of Relationships

Free relationship advice; who couldn't use that, right? And from an expert with a scientific perspective no less! Have you ever wondered what makes your significant other tick? Why you're attracted to the people you are? How to best nurture a relationship? Or how to get through a breakup?

Dive deeper into the science of relationships with social psychology expert and CSU faculty member, Dr. Jennifer Jill Harman, Ph.D., during this free online psychology course, popularly known as a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course). The noncredit, social-based program is designed for individuals interested in the field of psychology and those who want to gain a deeper understanding of the science behind how relationships work.

What's a MOOC?

Massive Open Online Courses, popularly known as MOOCs, are noncredit, student-interaction-based programs that provide educational access to the public at no cost. They are typically less immersive than credit courses you'd find at a university, offering more generalized content that's meant to provide you with a breadth of understanding across the subject matter. MOOCs feature instructor-driven content with a heavy emphasis on student participation. This student-to-student communication creates knowledge and discoveries that enrich the course with a social aspect and shared experiences.

Psychology Professor Talks Intimate Relationships

Get to know Dr. Jennifer Harman, CSU psychology professor and faculty behind the Science of Relationships MOOC, in this candid interview with the Collegian. Read more »

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