One of the things that makes psychology so fascinating and perplexing is that it is difficult to know its boundaries – where it begins and where it ends. It is clearly a discipline that focuses upon humans and their behavior, but where can the causes of that behavior be found? Are they within us, or outside of us (or both)? Because these questions cannot easily be answered, the connection between psychology and other areas such as politics, economics, faith and other areas of human thought and activity frequently makes itself apparent. This only adds to the complexity of the subject of psychology. Can humans ever really know their own thoughts and the connections between their thoughts and actions? And if so, how can this come about? These are the basic questions that this subject and these courses examine.
- General Psychology 20,
- Personal Psychology 20