(3 credits) | June 26–29, 2014
PSY 479 (54589), PSY 592 (54590)
Cost: tuition and fees, plus a $70 program fee and $45 optional housing
Explore mechanisms, purposes and contextual use of the two content areas. Learn the main features characterizing the biopsychosocial control of project expressing the relationship between the two; participate in communal meals; examine cultural influences; and set your own personal learning goals.
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If you have any questions, contact Sarah Painter at 734.487.9045 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.