Purdue PS330 Entire Class
PS330: Personality Development
Personality is defined as a consistent pattern of thinking and behaving; it is the basis of “who we are.” The theories regarding the development of personality are numerous, and each contributes to the understanding of the factors that define one’s personality. This course examines the major psychological theories of personality and explores research dealing with the influence of genetic and environmental factors. You will apply various theoretical models to real-world examples of normal and abnormal personality development.
Note: This entire class includes discussions, assignments, course projects, and exams