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Fall 2014
Feb 19, 2018
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PSY 321 - Stress & Disease*SMI
This course examines both the historical and current research the field of psychoneuroimmunology. Emphases will include the relationship between psychological stress and physical diseases, the physiological and psychological assessment of stress, the effects of stress hormones on immune function, and conditioned immune responses in animals. This course will attempt to fairly present our current understanding of the relationships between psychological stress and cancer, AIDS, and infectious diseases. We will examine experimental design limitations that have made interpretations of research often controversial.

3.000 Credit hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Reading and Conferencing, Experiential/Cooperative Ed., Computer Conference, WGU/Comp Conferencing-inactive, FSA, Individualized Study, Onsite, Lecture, Main Campus, Individual Research, Indv. Study-Correspondence, WGU/Ind Study-inactive, Telecourse (Net II), Regional, WEB, Agency Sponsored, Computer Facilitated Ind Std

Psychology Department

Course Attributes:
Critical Thinking Outcome, Gen Ed-Nat/Math/Info Sciences

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