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PSYC334

Psychology of Interpersonal Relationships

Prerequisite: PSYC100. Research, theory and their practical applications pertaining to the development, maintenance and dissolution of human relationships. Processes critical to successful relating (e.g., communication, bargaining, conflict resolution), and issues associated with troubled dyadic relations with equal partners (e.g., jealousy, spouse abuse, divorce). Restricted to PSYC (major code 20010) students only. Click here for course syllabus.

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Average GPA: 3.10 between 2,192 students

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