PSYC 2219 – Psychology of Death and Dying

(3 credits - TG) 3 hours lecture

The course examines social and psychological aspects of death and dying, such as: historical and cross cultural variability in death attitudes, spirituality, the dying process, ethical issues such as euthanasia and suicide, bereavement, burial practices and death perceptions across the life-span.

Prerequisite: Psychology 1104 or Psychology 1105, or consent of the department.

west gate mount royal