3.00 credits

(4,0,0) hrs

15 wks

This course explores the nature of imagination from a History of Psychology viewpoint. The topic is framed in an evolutionary context; then relevant concepts are traced from preliterate societies to the present. Imagination is examined: as an archaic way of knowing; in relation to historical notions of body, mind, soul and spirit; as cognitive faculty or process; with respect to beliefs about health and illness; and as studied qualitatively and quantitatively in Modern Psychology.

Prerequisites

45 credits of 100-level or higher coursework including PSYC 100

Course Notes

Completion of PSYC 101 is recommended

Course Outlines