PSYC 3341 Psychology of Morality (Fall/Spring: 3 )
How do we decide between right and wrong? When do we behave well, when do we behave badly, and why? In this course, we will explore moral judgment and behavior - the evolution and development of human morality, its psychological and brain basis, and moral "pathology" in clinical populations. Topics will include: emotion, mind perception, self-concept, motivated cognition, group membership, and connections to religion, politics, and the law.
Instructor(s): Liane Young
Last Updated: 24-Jun-17