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2020 Spring Semester
The Psychology of Being Human
Instructor: Grace Leonard
Thursdays • 3/19-5/7 • 1:00-3:00 PM
Class size 5-15 students
0 seats remaining
Location: Jewett 291
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What does it mean to be human? We share many similarities and yet each of us live, act and are quite different from each other. Find out more about yourself and what makes you tick. We will explore some of the old and some of the more recent theories and findings in the field of psychology and human existence. Textbook provided.Classroom
Grace Leonard is a Professor Emerita of Psychology and Mental Health at the University of Maine at Augusta. During her tenure at UMA, she served as an Academic Dean, a Department Chair of Social Sciences and a Professor. She considers her focus to be Community Mental Health. She also serves on several community based boards and committees in the greater Augusta community.