Psychology: Stages of Life (8 Weeks) (PSY105)
This course has been canceled for this semester.
We shall explore the psychological development of human beings as we change the stages of life. We will learn about psychological factors which influence humans at certain stages of life, and think about ways to improve our sense of well-being. A broad range of possible topics will be discussed (e.g. cultural difference, linguistic difference, social identity, positive psychology, and elements of a meaning life). No previous psychological training is necessary apart from knowledge gained from daily living. Strong emphasis will be placed on small group discussions on topics of interest from class members. At the end of this course, students (singly or in small groups) will be encouraged to make presentations on topics of their choice to their fellow class members.
Emiko Suzuki earned her M.S. in Media and Governance from Keio University in Japan. She is passionate about applying Psychology into our real life to make it more fulfilling. In addition to her academic background, she has a practical certification as a Tiny Habit Coach by a Stanford University professor. She has also worked at Nike, Inc., helping them improve their marketing strategy by applying Psychology. She has been active in participating and presenting at various conferences and updating her knowledge on Psychology.
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