Psychology is a study of human mental processes, emotions, behaviors, and activities. The goal of the Psychology Minor at Pratt is to provide students with a deep grounding in diverse theoretical perspectives and a working understanding of empirical research methodologies in order to scaffold creative, critical, and psychologically mindful processes of artistic production, design, urban planning, and architecture. This minor can be combined with any undergraduate major and requires the completion of 15 credits.
|Methods Of Cultural Analysis
|Select nine credits in total from menus A and B:
|Freud and Beyond: Psychoanalysis Psychoanalysis
|Psychology of Gender/Sex Roles
|Child And Adolescent Development
|The Psychology of Everyday Life
|Personality, Self, Identity: Who Am I Really?
|Topics in Literary/Cultural Theory: Freud and Lacan
|Dreams, Memories & Hallucinations
|Time Culture Context
|Theories of Knowledge
|Psychoanalysis and Art
|The Interpretation of Dreams
|Perception And Creativity