Classes at Citrus

Course Descriptions:

PSY 225 – Psychology of Human Sexuality An introductory survey of the psychological bases and dimensions of human sexuality with emphasis on the socio-cultural factors involved in intimate relating, sexuality, and loving.

PSY110 – Psychology of Religion This course explores the connection between psychology and religion. The major psychological perspectives that are studied include: Psychoanalytic theory, Behavioristic and Humanistic theories. The psychological principles embeded in religion will be studied.

PSY 212 – Behavioral Disorders This course provides an overview of the various mental disorders as listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-IV-R) and identifies therapies used in treatment of these disorders.

Dr. Skalicky also teaches Human Relations and Abnormal Psychology