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Social/Behavioral Science Exploration
This interdisciplinary course presents an overview of theory and research on love and relationships, focusing on the disciplines of Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Family and Consumer Studies, and Economics. Students will discover cutting-edge social science findings on love and relationships which will enhance their understanding of these phenomena as well as their own experiences in close relationships. Students will develop valuable skills in evaluating contemporary news and science on close relationships, and they will also discover the flexibility, breadth, and relevance of the various disciplines in CSBS, both with regard to the study of relationships as well as to the students’ own educational interests and goals.