Middlebury

PSYC0307

Human Sexuality

Human Sexuality
In this course we will discuss the biological, psychological, behavioral, and cultural aspects of human sexuality, starting with a review of anatomy, physiology and function. We will use current research findings to inform discussions of topics such as arousal and desire, relationships, sexual orientation, consent, pornography, and compulsive sexual behavior. We will look at how issues like contraception, sexuality, and sexually transmitted diseases have influenced and been influenced by their cultural context. (Two psychology courses; not open to first year students; open to Psychology and GSFS majors) 3 hrs. lect.
Subject:
Psychology
Department:
Psychology
Division:
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:
GSFS0307
WAGS0307

Sections

Fall 2016

PSYC0307A-F16 Lecture (Seehuus)

Spring 2016

PSYC0307A-S16 Lecture (Seehuus)

Fall 2013

PSYC0307A-F13 Lecture (Baldridge)

Spring 2013

PSYC0307A-S13 Lecture (Baldridge)

Spring 2011

PSYC0307A-S11 Lecture (Baldridge)

Fall 2005

PSYC0307A-F05 Lecture (Baldridge)