PSY 104 Psychology of the Creative Process
This course explores on an experimental and cognitive level the importance human activities of perceiving, thinking and creating. The body of knowledge at present available as well as the theories and practices related to it will be thoroughly investigated and discussed. Experiential methods and techniques based upon the present state of the art will be used by students to enable each one to develop his or her capacity for creative thought and behavior and to live creatively. In addition, the psychological information and practices concerning the human thought process as well as perception, cognition and creativity will be studied.
- Prerequisite: None
- Hours: 3
- Credits: 3