Introducing Diversity and Health Psychology

Do you know why…
men are more likely to die of diabetes, heart disease or cancer than women?
more African American women die from breast cancer than White women, despite lower breast cancer rates?

In TPSYCH 441 Diversity and Health Psychology, we’ll discuss how factors such as socioeconomic status, race/ethnicity/culture, gender, sexual orientation, aging, and disability impact our health. This course counts as an Advanced Topics course for Psychology Majors. This course opens to juniors and seniors who are not Psychology Majors in Period 2. To be prepared for this course, you must have taken TPSYCH 101 or the equivalent at a community college. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Hyoung Lee at leehs@uw.edu.

If you have the prerequisite for this course and are having difficulty registering, please request an entry code using the form on this IAS webpage: http://www.tacoma.uw.edu/interdisciplinary-arts-and-sciences/undergraduate-student-resources