Psychological Factors of Humans in Space

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Author(s): Luni Luna

College: College of Medical Sciences

School: School of Psychology

Created: 070321

Current version: 081112

Delivery Method: Classroom lecture - Interactive

Assessment Method: Instructor Assessment

Class Status: INACTIVE

Class Length: 10 minutes + Discussion

Prerequisites: None

Synopsis: This class is predominately an open discussion about how the human personality is affected by the different factors of living space and its consequences.


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