Social and Psychological

This Perspective includes both the study of individual behavior (an attempt to understand the actual structure and function of behavior, to identify the regularities and patterns of behavior that occur over time and to appreciate the complexity of the mechanisms of behavior) and the study of group relationships (examination of specific forms of human organization; the spatial approach; the study of belief systems; problems of choice and decision). The Social and Psychological Perspectives must be completed in two different disciplines. (SPSY)