BIS 349 Personality Psychology (5) I&S J. STEWART
Introduces the field of personality psychology and the scientific study of psychological individuality. Addresses three key approaches to personality; basic traits; motives, goals, schemas, and tasks; and broad and culturally shaped life stories that provide identity, purpose, and meaning. Integrates classical personality theories and contemporary research in the field. Prerequisite: Not open for credit to students who have taken PSYCH 203 or PSYCH 303 at the Seattle Campus.
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Culture of poverty thesis should give accurate information on the psychology of poverty. You may choose one side of the debate and either support or refute it. Culture of poverty thesis may be focused on the problems of a person or a group of people. The direction of the discussion should fit the thesis statement and be relevant to the topic. Your statements should be supported either with references to reliable sources or the specific examples from your personal or professional life. Do not make the topic broader than you understand it or can find information.