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{ "courseDescription": "Hunger and food justice, health and obesity, locavorism, biotechnological influences, fair trade, ethical consumption, and sustainability are slowly starting to enter into the larger dialogue about food within the realms of contemporary media outlets. Students will examine and discuss different kinds of food and food advocacy content generators, while reflecting on how to create effective ...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 3747 - NFDS 0301 A
  • Bardin, Stefani
Jan 22 - May 06
On Campus
Wednesday
4:00 - 5:50 PM
Spring 2020
While the liking for sweetness is undoubtedly evolutionary in origin, desserts and candies are purely cultural phenomena. From a biological standpoint, confectionary is frivolous, unnecessary, and even harmful in excess, yet that’s precisely what makes it interesting. The course examines the interplay of food, culture and society from multiple perspectives: as it relates to religion, rituals, class, gender, slavery, ...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 5067 - NFDS 0120 A
  • Krondl, Michael
Jan 23 - May 07
On Campus
Thursday
4:00 - 5:50 PM
Spring 2020
This course introduces students to the dynamic and often controversial field of advocacy, intervention, and treatment for abused children, ranging from the reporting of abuse to protective services to therapeutic treatment of child victims and adult survivors. There are lectures and group discussions, and experts describe their professional experiences. Specific topics include the workings of the New York City Admini...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 3783 - NPSY 0860 A
  • Frank, Michele
Jan 23 - May 07
On Campus
Thursday
8:00 - 9:50 PM
Spring 2020
Ordinary mental activities such as recognizing a word, forgetting a phone number, and distinguishing a cup from a glass seem transparently simple. Examined more closely, they are complex and not easily explained. Cognitive psychology is the empirical study of longstanding questions about what we know, how we know it, and how our knowledge is structured, accessed, and used. We start with the psychology of William Jame...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 3809 - NPSY 0610 A
  • Kuvaldina, Maria
Jan 27 - May 11
On Campus
Monday
4:00 - 5:50 PM
Spring 2020
How do people grow and change through life, from conception to death? This course introduces the field of human developmental psychology. Topics addressed include the characteristics and capacities of the human infant, infant-parent attachment and interaction, cognitive development, control of emotions, social cognition, family and peer relationships, moral development, and aging. We consider both biological and cult...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 3811 - NPSY 0256 A
  • Blom, Inga
Jan 22 - May 06
On Campus
Wednesday
6:00 - 7:50 PM
Spring 2020
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