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Psychology | Science
Introduction to Psychology

Are you interested in the historical background of psychology? Join in with our twice-a-week discussion of psychology’s philosophical roots in the context of Catholicism — it’s a great course for anyone following a classical curriculum.

Total classes: 24 (twice a week for 12 weeks)

Prerequisite: None

Suggested grade level: 11th to 12th

Suggested credit: 1 full semester Psychology, Philosophy, or Ethics


This course examines basic psychological concepts and terminology, as well as the roots of psychology as it arose in ancient Greece (as with Plato, Aristotle, and Galen) and onward to the medieval Scholastics (with a strong emphasis on ideas from St. Thomas Aquinas). Topics will be looked at from a fairly philosophical and oftentimes theological perspective through the lens of the Catholic faith.


Week 1 through 2 – Introduction

Week 3 – Platonic Psychology

Week 4 through 5 – Aristotelian Psychology

Week 6 through 7 – Other Ancient Psychology

Week 8 – Early Church Psychology

Week 9 through 11 – Thomistic Psychology

Week 12 – Other Medieval Psychology

Materials and Homework

Course Materials: All materials provided FREE by the instructor as downloadable PDF files.

Homework: Homework will involve periodic quizzes involving fill-in-the-blank and multiple choice questions, two comprehensive exams, and a paper. Expect to spend 1 to 2 hours per week outside of the classroom on homework.

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