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SW 315 - Human Behavior and the Social Environment I


Foundation for understanding human behavior at the levels of individuals, families, and micro-groups. Focus on the normal biol-psycho-socio development and functioning and the impact of social, cultural, and economic forces on individual, family, and group well-being. Introduction to individual, family and group dysfunction also presented.

Credits 3
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