BC2177: Psychology of Drug Use and Abuse | E. McCaskill

Undergraduate Lecture
Tu Th 1:10-2:25PM

Examines the biological, psychological, and social factors that lead to drug use and abuse. A biopsychosocial model will be used to examine the behavioral effects of prescription, over the counter, and street drugs. Treatments, therapies, and theories of addictive behaviors will be explored.

Prerequisites: BC1001 or permission of the instructor.

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