Psychology 165Lg:

Drugs, Behavior, and Society (4.0 units)

An integrative systems perspective of drugs; including their historical, economic, and cultural importance, psychopharmacology, addiction, relationship to crime, and therapeutic use in treating psychological disorders.
  • General Education: This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.
SectionSessionTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
52440R001Lecture8:00-9:20amTue, Thu245 of 250John MonterossoSAL101session dates
52442R001Lab8:00-9:50amWednesday
25 of 25
KAP167session dates
52444R001Lab8:00-9:50amMonday24 of 25KAP167session dates
52445R001Lab6:00-7:50pmThursday
25 of 25
GFS104session dates
52446R001Lab12:00-1:50pmMonday
25 of 25
KAP165session dates
52447R001Lab2:00-3:50pmFriday24 of 25GFS222session dates
52448R001Lab10:00-11:50amThursday
25 of 25
KAP164session dates
52701R001Lab12:00-1:50pmWednesday24 of 25KAP165session dates
52702R001Lab10:00-11:50amMonday
25 of 25
GFS229session dates
52703R001Lab10:00-11:50amFriday
25 of 25
GFS223session dates
52706R001Lab12:00-1:50pmFriday23 of 25KAP165session dates
Information accurate as of October 9, 2019 8:14 am.
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