Instructor
Stutts

Health Psychology uses the biopsychosocial approach to examine how psychological factors influence health and how they can be used to change health behaviors.   Specific emphasis will be placed on pain, chronic illness, nicotine use, and obesity.  This class also includes a community-based learning experience.

Social-Scientific Thought requirement.
Health and Human Values interdisciplinary minor credit

Prerequisites
PSY 101 or permission of the instructor.

Class Details
Course PSY 220
Section 0
CRN 20381
Time T R
Time 0815 - 0930am
Building 119 WATSON
Instructor Lauren Stutts
Notes
Max 32
Current 0
Remaining 32
Semester Spring 2022