Apparel Merchandising / Interior Design | Behavioral Aspects of Dress
H411 | 0464 | Jung

Meeting Day and Time: M, W, 11:15-12:30

Course Description and Content

This course seeks to help the student (1) identify and explain the
theoretical bases for study of the social-psychological aspects of
clothing, appearances and images and examine relevant research based
on theories; (2) analyze the importance of clothing and other
appearance-related products as means of personal and social
expressions of self; (3) critically examine research evidence
regarding the meaning and use of clothing at the individual and group

Required Text and Readings

Kaiser, S.  (1998).  The Social Psychology of Clothing.  New York:
Fairchild Publications (2nd Edition)

Other Comments

Prerequisites: AMID H100, Psychology P101, Junior standing