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The specific and unique role of the Psychology Department is to provide a knowledge of psychology as a human science and as a natural science, both founded on a solid philosophical reflection on values of the human person. The curriculum is designed for students who plan to work as professional psychologists and thus need a sound preparation for graduate study; for students who plan a career in any field dealing primarily with people, such as nursing, teaching, social work, guidance, and human resources; or for those who desire a well-rounded education and thus need a basic knowledge and understanding of human experience and behavior.
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
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Detailed information about the programs is available in the catalog.
Intercultural Education in Europe: A 'Ghost Model' for School Practice
Phenomenology of Forgiveness and its Implications for Psychotherapy
Fatal Attraction: Fear of Death and Political Preference
Introduction to Focusing
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