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, case studies.
Prerequisite: an introductory BIOL, ANTH or PSYC course.
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