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The Psychology of Scarcity: Its Implications for Psychological Functioning and Education (CSRE 136U, PSYCH 236A)

136
Subject: 
PSYCH

This course brings together several literatures on the psychological, neurological, behavioral and learning impact of scarcities, especially those of money (poverty) time and food. It will identify the known psychological hallmarks of these scarcities and explore their implications for psychological functioning, well-being and education--as well as, how they can be dealt with by individuals and in education.

Course ID: 
220 163
Grading: 
Letter or Credit/No Credit