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In that sense, it was a blend.
In your undergraduate major in psychology, did you have to
take pretty much the full spectrum of courses, or were you able to,
after you got out of the general psychology area, concentrate in
There wasn't too much -- I mean, there were only a certain
number of psychology courses offered. But I was able to take what
I was interested in. I don't remember being deprived, you know, of
any course that I had really wanted to take and couldn't get. I
took a great number of psychology courses. I wasn't deprived, not
in that area.
Did they have several courses in child development, psychology,
developmental psychology? Or were they rather limited in under-graduate
Well, they were rather limited. As I remember, there was only
one, you know. But I was taking other things as well. I was taking
sociology courses, and that was giving me some smattering of what I
really wanted in my area. And I was taking some courses in education,
so I was getting what I wanted, really, from a number of different
Would there have been anything like a food course or nutrition
course at that time at Howard?
I don't remember about that. I really don't remember about it.
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