PS 229V Psychology of Gender (3)
An inquiry into the psychological dimensions of gender, focusing primarily on the attitudes and values associated with men and women. Psychoanalytic, behavioral, developmental, biological, social, and ecological theories are employed to analyze topics such as: gender attitudes, gender roles, physiological and hormonal determinants of female/male behavior; sexuality; identity; and sex differences in psychological processes (personality, learning ability, cognition, memory, motivation, and emotion). Prerequisite: PS 102S or equivalent. Formerly Psychology of Women.