Resource:University of Houston, Department of Psychology
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The Department of Psychology bring the best of psychological theory, techniques and research methods to the solution of real world problems. Their goal is to solve important human problems and to use these problems as critical vehicles for dynamic teaching and the enhancement of psychological theory and practice. A major objective of our teaching is to empower our students to use psychological knowledge for the solution of scientific, social and business problems.
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The Department of Psychology bring …
tific, social and business problems.
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