Psychology of Food
PSY345 (Liberal Arts) Psychology of Food 3 hrs. 3 crs. Food and eating are central to what we are as human beings and how we relate to each other. Global change in diet and eating habits, a growing obesity problem, and the questionable sustainability of current food patterns point out their importance. This course will investigate food and eating from a psychological perspective.Preq: ENG 126 or ENG 200; 6 credits in psychology.