Critical thinking in this course refers to purposeful and self-regulated judgment applied to the processes of gathering, evaluating and integrating sometimes conflicting theories and evidence in Psychology to arrive at an informed opinion. Students will be taught to engage in critical thinking and to effectively communicate their conclusions to a general public audience. To promote flexibility in critical thinking about key aspects of Psychology, emphasis will be placed on covering topics in breadth. Prerequisites: HH/PSYC 1010 6.00 with a minimum grade of C, HH/PSYC 2020 6.00 or equivalent, HH/PSYC 2030 3.00 and have completed 84 credits. Course credit exclusion: HH/PSYC 4170 6.0. Open to: Honours students in Psychology. Note: Capstone course for non-thesis Honours program in Psychology.