INTD 214 Aggression in Human and Animals
The study of the concepts of aggression as developed in the fields of anthropology, biology and psychology. A major emphasis of the course is the integration of concepts from these areas, resulting in a more complete, broader understanding of aggression. Topics discussed include evolution of aggression, effects of natural selection, warfare, modeling, ritualization, physiology, socialization of violence, effects on social structure, and case studies.
Prerequisites: An introductory course in PSYC, BIOL or ANTH.
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