Psychology (PSYCH)

PSYCH 1000: General Psychology

Survey of theories, principles, and methods in the study of human behavior.

Credit Hours: 3


PSYCH 1000H: General Psychology - Honors

Survey of theories, principles, and methods in the study of human behavior.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Honors eligibility required


PSYCH 1001: Topics in Psychology - General

Organized study of selected topics in psychology. Particular topics and earnable credit may vary by semester. This course may not be used toward behavioral science distribution credit. Repeatable upon consent of department.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 1003: Topics in Psychology - Behavioral Science

Organized study of selected topics in psychology. Particular topic and earnable credit may vary by semester. This course carries behavioral science distribution credit for non-psychology majors. Repeatable upon consent of department.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000 and instructor's consent


PSYCH 1003H: Topics in Psychology - Honors - Behavioral Science

Organized study of selected topics in psychology. Particular topic and earnable credit may vary by semester. This course carries behavioral science distribution credit for non-psychology majors. Repeatable upon consent of department.

Credit Hour: 1-3
Prerequisites: Honors eligibility required. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 1020: Applied Psychology

Surveys wide range of applications of psychology. Topics include social issues (prejudice and violence), applications to fields such as business and law, applications for personal improvement (improving memory), and others (sports, health, environment).

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 1030: Orientation to the Psychology Major

This course is intended to help students choose the best major for themselves and to provide information on careers available to psychology majors.

Credit Hour: 1


PSYCH 2001: Topics in Psychology-General

Organized study of selected topics in psychology. Particular topic and earnable credit may vary by semester. This course may not be used toward behavioral science distribution credit. Repeatable upon consent of department.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: May be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 2003: Topics in Psychology-Behavioral Science

Organized study of selected topics in psychology. Particular topic and earnable credit may vary by semester. This course carries behavioral science distribution credit for non-psychology majors. Repeatable upon consent of department.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 2110: Learning, Memory, and Cognition

Students will gain an understanding of the fundamental principles of learning, memory and cognition, and will be able to recognize important historical figures and their contributions. Students will also learn how the principles can be applied to their everyday lives.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 2210: Mind, Brain, and Behavior

Introduction to the structures and processes of the mind and the nervous system, including the psychobiology of eating, sleeping, emotion, stress and learning. No credit if taken after PSYCH 4210. Recommended: PSYCH 1000

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 2220: Drugs and Behavior

Basic principles of drug action on the nervous system; the effects of important psychoactive drugs; drug use and society.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 2310: Social Psychology

An introduction to how people's thoughts, feelings and behaviors are influenced by the actual or imagined thoughts, feelings and behaviors of others.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 2320: Introduction to Personality

Personality is the scientific study of individual differences (e.g., traits, motives, abilities). This course reviews historical theoretical perspectives as well as current research. Students will have an opportunity to learn about on their own motives and traits. Prerequisites This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 2330: Consumer Psychology

This course surveys how and why we engage in consumer activities and how we are affected by them. We will survey many areas of psychology as they apply to influencing consumer purchase decisions. We will also survey research examining the consequences of our consumption behavior.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: This course may be restricted to undergraduate psychology majors
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 2410: Developmental Psychology

Origins and development of child behavior, emphasizing basic physical, cognitive, affective and social processes, and theory and research rather than application or guidance. Cannot receive credit for more than one of the following: PSYCH 2410, H_D_FS 2420 or H_D_FS 3420 or ESC_PS 2500.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 2410H: Developmental Psychology - Honors

Origins and development of child behavior, emphasizing basic physical, cognitive, affective and social processes, and theory and research rather than application or guidance. Cannot receive credit for more than one of the following: PSYCH 2410, H_D_FS 2420 or H_D_FS 3420 or ESC_PS 2500.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Honors eligibility required. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 2510: Survey of Abnormal Psychology

Basic survey of maladaptive human behavior and experience, including personality disorders, alcohol and drug abuse, anxiety and mood disorders, sexual dysfunctions, and thought disorders.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 2810: Human Sexuality

Survey of research on sexual behavior including sex norms, gender identity, sexual dysfunctions, sexual deviation, homosexuality, and legal aspects of sexual behavior. Attendance at small group discussions may be required at the option of the instructor.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 2820: Introduction to Cognitive Science

(same as LINGST 2820 and PHIL 2820). Cognitive science is the interdisciplinary study of the mind. After an overview of the foundations of cognitive science as a whole, we will see what particular sectors of it have to say about mental capacities such as vision, language, categorization, and social cognition.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: sophomore standing required. May be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 2830: Human-Companion Animal Interaction

Exploration of historical and theoretical bases of human-companion animal interaction (HAI), the nature issues, and clinical applications of HAI. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: May be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 2940: Internship in Psychology

Work experience in an organization that is relevant to the psychology major.

Credit Hour: 3-6
Prerequisites: must be in good standing and have completed 9 credit hours in psychology; instructor's consent. Intended for students with freshman or sophomore standing
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 2950: Special Problems in Psychology

Research apprenticeship with a faculty member, assisting a faculty member in the development and execution of research. May be repeated to 6 hours maximum.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent
Recommended: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 3001: Topics in Psychology-General

Organized study of selected topics in psychology. Particular topic and earnable credit may vary by semester. This course may not be used toward behavioral science distribution credit. Repeatable upon consent of department.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 3003: Topics in Psychology-Behavioral Science

Organized study of selected topics in psychology. Particular topic and earnable credit may vary by semester. This course carries behavioral science distribution credit for non-psychology majors. Repeatable upon consent of department.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 3003H: Topics in Psychology-Behavioral Science

Organized study of selected topics in psychology. Particular topic and earnable credit may vary by semester. This course carries behavioral science distribution credit for non-psychology majors. Repeatable upon consent of department.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration. Honors eligibility required


PSYCH 3010: Research Methods in Psychology I

Introduction to scientific reasoning, assessing validity and reliability in research, and basic research methods.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites or Corequisites: concurrent enrollment in STAT 1200 or a grade of C or better in STAT 1200 (or its equivalent)
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course is restricted to psychology majors with sophomore standing and above


PSYCH 3010H: Research Methods in Psychology I- Honors

Introduction to scientific reasoning, assessing validity and reliability in research, and basic research methods.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites or Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in STAT 1200 or a grade of C or better in STAT 1200 (or its equivalent)
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000; Honors eligibility required. This course is restricted to psychology majors with sophomore standing and above


PSYCH 3020: Research Methods in Psychology II

Continuation of PSYCH 3010 and required for all further labs in psychology.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: MATH 1100 with a grade of C- or better or exemption, and PSYCH 1000, and a grade of C or better in PSYCH 3010 and STAT 1200 or exemption. This course is restricted to junior and senior psychology majors


PSYCH 3020H: Research Methods in Psychology II - Honors

Continuation of PSYCH 3010 and required for all further labs in psychology.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: grade of C or better in PSYCH 3010 and STAT 1200 (or its equivalent). Honors eligibility required. This course is restricted to junior and senior Psychology majors


PSYCH 3110: Theories of Learning

Discusses classical issues and theories in learning and conditioning, and considers them in contemporary form.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 3130: Decisions, Values and Choice

Survey of factors influencing choices and decisions. Topics include cause and effect decisions, values and ethical considerations, outcome likelihood, biases and heuristics, concept formation, self-control and impulsiveness, and social factors.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 3140: Cognitive Psychology

A survey of psychological theory and research on human cognition.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 3150: Human Memory

Surveys research on human memory, including basic laboratory studies with normal subjects as well as research on amnesia and other memory impairments, life-span memory development, and the cognitive neuroscience of memory.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 3160: Perception and Thought

Covers research on various aspects of mental life: language, problem-solving, decision-making, sensory perception.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 3310: Intergroup Relations

Provides an overview of the social psychological literature on stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination, and intergroup relations. Students learn theoretical frameworks and research findings regarding the development and maintenance of intergroup conflict.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 3350: Positive Psychology

This course introduces students to the science of positive psychology, including its origin and the historical imbalances it addresses within the broader field of psychology. A wide variety of topics are covered, including happiness, materialism, purpose, flow, courage, humility, positive emotions, curiosity, mindfulness, savoring, gratitude, forgiveness, personal strengths, resilience, and compassion. Psychology majors cannot receive credit for both PSYCH 3350 and ESC_PS 4200.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000, This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during early registration


PSYCH 3360: Automatic Social Judgments

In this course we will survey the area of social psychology dealing with automatic social judgments, including an introduction to the topic, review of techniques used to measure automatic social judgments, and discussion of applications of automatic social judgment research. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Psychology majors through early registration


PSYCH 3370: The Science of Mindfulness

To gain breadth and depth in understanding the empirical research on mindfulness and contemplative practices. To do well in the course, students must master the substantive content, psychological methodology, APA-style writing, peer-review, and presentation skills. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000 and a grade of C or better in PSYCH 3010. This course may be restricted to psychology majors through early registration


PSYCH 3410: Infancy

Overview of theory and research on the development of infants and toddlers, with an emphasis on major research methods that are currently in use. Topics include infant perception, sociality, motor development, early communication, language development and attachment.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 3420: Cognitive Development in Childhood

Theories and research on cognitive development in childhood.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 3430: Social Development in Childhood

Overview of children's social and emotional development (infancy-adolescence), includes changes in social domains, impact of social functioning on subsequent development, and influence of interpersonal contexts (e.g., family, peers, community) on children's development.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 3510: Introduction to Clinical Psychology

Comprehensive survey of the field's historical roots, research methods, concepts of abnormality, assessment and intervention methods; also specialties that constitute clinical psychology.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 3820: Environmental Psychology

Survey of the effects of human behavior on the natural environment. Examines strategies for modifying behavior to preserve the environment.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 3830: Health Psychology

A hands-on approach to the study of health psychology including research on a topic of current relevance to the field.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 3860: Law and Psychological Science

This survey course examines the interactions of law and psychology across the justice system. Emphasis is placed on how psychological research does (and does not) inform important legal issues. Requirements may include an in-class team debate of relevant controversy in law.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 3870: Sleep and Sleep Disorders

This course provides a critical review of the current research on both normal sleep and sleep disorders.

Credit Hours: 3


PSYCH 3880: African-American Psychology

(Same as BL_STU 3100 and ESC_PS 3100). The research, theories and paradigms developed to understand the attitudes, behaviors and psychosocial realities of African-Americans are discussed. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 4001: Topics in Psychology-General

Organized study of selected topics in psychology. Particular topic and earnable credit may vary by semester. This course may not be used toward behavioral science distribution credit. Repeatable upon consent of department. Enrollment limited to students who have completed PSYCH 1000.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 4003: Topics in Psychology-Behavioral Science

Organized study of selected topics in psychology. Particular topic and earnable credit may vary by semester. This course carries behavioral science distribution credit for non-psychology majors. Repeatable upon consent of department.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 4110: Perception

Data and contemporary theories of perception in all of the senses, with emphasis on visual and auditory perception.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 4210: Physiological Psychology

An introduction to neuroscience with an overview of the relation between the brain and behavior. Topics include intercellular communication, drugs and reward, emotions and stress psychoimmunology, psychopathology, nervous system development and repair, perception, cognition, learning and memory.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 4220: Animal Learning and Behavior

Survey of animal behavior and learning abilities, including topics such as learning, habitat selection, foraging, problem solving, mating, communication, conditioning and memory.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000 plus 8 hours of Psychology (exclusive of PSYCH 2950) or Biology. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 4240: Cognitive Neuroscience

The neural basis of human information processing in memory, attention, perception, imagery, movement, and language.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration
Recommended: PSYCH 2210 and PSYCH 4210


PSYCH 4340: Attitude Change

Theories, methods, and experimental findings in attitude change research.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 4350: Stereotypes and Prejudice

This course provides an overview of theory and research on stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination from a social-psychological perspective. Course material comes primarily from textbook and supplementary readings, in addition to videos related to these topics.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 4420: Personality Development

This course covers the topic of temperament and personality development through the lifespan with particular focus on infancy, childhood, and adolescence. Coverage includes classic and contemporary theories and classic and contemporary research.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 4430: Literature and Human Lifespan

In this course we will examine the processes of human development as they are reflected in the specific literary and cinematic texts. "Adult" literary and cinematic materials will be supplemented with notable examples of adolescent and children's stories, so that the works (like their subjects) will mirror the life span. This course will also provide an overview of prominent developmental theories/research, which have been devoted to understanding the life span. This course is designed to stimulate active reflection and debate about the impact of literature on human development.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 4440: Sex Differences

This course covers the evolution of sex differences and hormonal and environmental influences on their expressions in nonhuman species. These insights are used to understand human sex differences in mate choices, emotions, development, brain and cognition, and in modern societies.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 4520: Behavior Genetics

(cross-leveled with PSYCH 7520). The study of genetic influences on behavioral traits such as mood, personality, intelligence, mental health, or activity level.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000; Grade of C or better in PSYCH 3010 and STAT 1200 or higher. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 4530: Research in Psychopathology

Intensive survey and evaluation of the psychological literature on abnormal behavior, emphasizes experimental and explanatory approaches.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 4540: Emotional Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence

Surveys disturbed behavioral development during childhood and adolescence, emphasizing factors that produce deviation from normal developmental patterns.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration
Recommended: PSYCH 2410


PSYCH 4560: Schizophrenia

This course will examine one of the most severe, debilitating, and complex mental disorders. We will review the major symptoms and clinical features of schizophrenia, explore possible causes of Psychology disorder, and critically assess treatments for the disorder.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 4570: Pediatric Neuropsychology

Introduction to the field of pediatric neuropsychology and the study of individuals with early brain dysfunction. Common central nervous system disorders of childhood (e.g. autism, ADHD, epilepsy) will be discussed.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration
Recommended: PSYCH 1000, PSYCH 2210 or PSYCH 4240


PSYCH 4580: Externalizing Spectrum Disorders

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the symptoms, etiology, and treatment of psychiatric disorders that fall within the externalizing spectrum, including Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Alcohol and other Substance Use Disorders, and Antisocial Personality Disorder. This course will attempt to provide an overview of key issues and topics related to the classification of psychiatric disorders and how research in this area has led to current conceptualizations of the externalizing spectrum. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 4590: Autism Mentor Program

The Autism Mentor Program and its accompanying course are designed to educate and train student mentors to be of assistance to their peers on the autism spectrum. The student will have an opportunity to participate in class and interact weekly with their mentee in a practical learning environment. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-2
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 4815: Cross-Cultural Psychology

This course aims to explore relationships between cultural variables and human behavior, and to look at recent attempts by cross-cultural psychologists to devise theories that reflect the cultural, social and developmental perspectives on behavior.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course is restricted to juniors and seniors


PSYCH 4815H: Cross-Cultural Psychology - Honors

The Cross-cultural Psychology course aims to explore relationships between cultural variables and human behavior, and to look at recent attempts by cross-cultural psychologists to devise theories that reflect the cultural, social and developmental perspectives on behavior.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000; Honors eligibility required. Restricted to sophomores and above


PSYCH 4825: Psychology at the Movies

In this course we watch and discuss films from multiple psychological perspectives. Connections are made between cinematic content and contemporary psychological research on culture and diversity. Race, Gender, Disability, Class, and LGBT issues in movies are explored.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. Restricted to juniors and seniors


PSYCH 4830: Psychology of Women

(same as WGST 4830). Overview of current theories and research relating to the psychology of women. Topics include gender stereotyping, psychological sex differences, achievement motivation in women, and women and mental health.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 4840: The History of Psychology

Historical foundations of contemporary psychology.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration


PSYCH 4940: Internship in Psychology

Work experience in an organization that is relevant to the psychology major. Enrollment limited to students who are in good standing and have completed 9 credit hours in psychology. Intended for students with junior or senior standing.

Credit Hour: 3-6
Prerequisites: Instructor's consent required


PSYCH 4950: Special Problems in Psychology

Independent investigation leading to a project or paper. Repeatable upon consent of department.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 4960: Special Readings in Psychology

Independent readings selected in consultation with supervisory faculty member. Repeatable upon consent of department.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 4970: Psychological Measurement Capstone

Survey of theories and methods of psychological test construction, focusing on measures of intelligence and personality. Lab component involves experimental training in test construction and test evaluation.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: grade of C or better in PSYCH 3020. This course is restricted to psychology majors with senior standing


PSYCH 4971: Developmental Psychology Capstone

Introduces students to developmental research methods through relevant readings and by students conducting original research. Enrollment limited to psychology majors with senior standing who have a grade of C or better in PSYCH 3020.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Instructor's consent required


PSYCH 4972: Animal Learning Capstone

Survey of principles of animal behavior and animal learning and cognition. The course includes laboratory projects on research in animal behavior and animal learning. Enrollment limited to psychology majors with senior standing who have a grade of C or better in PSYCH 3020.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Instructor's consent required


PSYCH 4973: Human Cognition Capstone

Students review, evaluate and conduct research on various aspects of human cognition. Enrollment limited to psychology majors with senior standing who have a grade of C or better in PSYCH 3020.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Instructor's consent required


PSYCH 4974: The Human Senses Capstone

Psychophysical data, sense organs, psychological attributes, and theories of vision, hearing, and the vestibular (motion) senses. Elementary aspects of psychophysics.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: grade of C better in PSYCH 3020. This course is restricted to psychology majors with senior standing


PSYCH 4975: Social/Personality Capstone

Experimental methods course emphasizing research in social psychology. Enrollment limited to psychology majors with senior standing who have a grade of C or better in PSYCH 3020.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Instructor's consent required


PSYCH 4976: Independent Research Capstone I

Individual thesis on a topic selected with a faculty advisor. Student projects are carried out over the course of two semesters (with PSYCH 4977) and presented as posters in a spring conference. Weekly class discussions of student progress. For students who plan to pursue a PhD in Psychology or Neuroscience. Enrollment limited to psychology majors with senior standing who have taken PSYCH 3020.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Instructor's consent required


PSYCH 4976H: Honors Research Capstone I

Individual thesis on a topic selected with a faculty advisor. Student projects are carried out over the course of two semesters (with PSYCH 4977H) and presented as posters in a spring conference. Weekly class discussions of student progress. For students who plan to pursue a PhD in Psychology or Neuroscience. Enrollment limited to psychology majors with senior standing, honors eligibility, a cumulative GPA of 3.5, who have taken PSYCH 3020.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Instructor's consent required


PSYCH 4977: Independent Research Capstone II

Continuation of PSYCH 4976. Completion of research project, presentation of poster in a spring conference. Weekly class discussions of student progress. Enrollment limited to psychology majors with senior standing who have completed PSYCH 4976.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Instructor's consent required


PSYCH 4977H: Honors Research Capstone II

Continuation of PSYCH 4976H. Completion of research project, presentation of poster in a spring conference. Weekly class discussions of student progress. Enrollment limited to psychology majors with senior standing, honors eligibility, a cumulative GPA of 3.5, who have completed PSYCH 4976H.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Instructor's consent required


PSYCH 4978: Clinical Psychology Capstone

Students work at assigned agencies to gain "real-world" experience in the practice of psychology and attend regularly scheduled class meetings in order to integrate their academic knowledge with their practical experience. Enrollment limited to psychology majors with senior standing who have a grade of C or better in PSYCH 3020.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Departmental consent required


PSYCH 4979: Judgement and Decision Making Capstone

This course examines the psychology of human judgement and decision-making. We will discuss major theories, methods and basic experimental findings and identify how those findings are being used to develop public policy or in applied settings.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: grade of C or better in PSYCH 2030; This course is restricted to psychology majors with senior standing


PSYCH 4980: Human Relationships Capstone

Students design a study, collect data, and describe their research on some aspect of human relationships. Emphasis on survey research techniques. Enrollment limited to psychology majors with senior standing, a grade of C or better in PSYCH 3020, PSYCH 2810 or two social/personality courses.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Departmental consent required


PSYCH 4981: Advanced Developmental Psychology Capstone I

Students propose a study to be conducted with preschool children. The course teaches skills needed to develop research questions, develop a coding system, and write a research proposal that reviews past literature in a way that makes the case for the importance of the project. Graded on A-F basis only. Enrollment limited to psychology majors with senior standing and a grade of C or better in PSYCH 3020.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Departmental consent required


PSYCH 4982: Advanced Developmental Psychology II

Students conduct a research project involving observations of preschool children. The course teaches skills needed to collect data, analyze data, and write a research report. These skills provide excellent preparation for graduate school in psychology or a related field. Graded on A-F basis only. Enrollment limited to psychology majors with senior standing who have a grade of C or better in PSYCH 3020.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Departmental consent required


PSYCH 4983: Consumer Psychology Capstone

This course examines numerous social and psychological issues related to the area of consumer psychology. The course begins by examining how media exposure influences consumption, prejudice in marketing and advertising, and the question of whether children should be targets of marketing strategies. The second section examines how consumption can be influenced by unconscious and automatic factors. The third section examines unhealthy forms of consumption and consumption's relationship to well being. The fourth section focuses on ethical and social responsibility issues like consumption's impact on the environment and the voluntary simplicity movement. The last section of the course is devoted to student presentations of term papers. Graded on A-F basis only. Enrollment limited to psychology majors with senior standing who have a grade of C or better in PSYCH 3020.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Instructor's consent required


PSYCH 7001: Topics in Psychology - General

Organized study of selected topics in psychology. Particular topic and earnable credit may vary by semester. Graduate credit will be earned through additional reading and assignments.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent; departmental consent for repetition


PSYCH 7003: Topics in Psychology - Behavioral Science

Organized study of selected topics in psychology. Particular topic and earnable credit may vary by semester. Graduate credit will be earned through additional reading and assignments.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent; departmental consent for repetition


PSYCH 7085: Problems in Psychology

Advanced studies to meet needs of individual student. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 7110: Perception

(cross-leveled with PSYCH 4110). Data and contemporary theories of perception in all of the senses, with emphasis on visual and auditory perception.

Credit Hours: 3


PSYCH 7210: Physiological Psychology

An introduction to neuroscience giving an overview of the relation between the brain and behavior. Topics include intercellular communication, drugs and reward, emotions and stress psychoimmunology, psychopathology, nervous system development and repair, perception, cognition, learning and memory.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 7340: Attitude Change

Theories, methods, and experimental findings in attitude change research.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 7420: Personality Development

This course covers the topic of temperament and personality development through the lifespan with particular focus on infancy, childhood, and adolescence. Coverage includes classic and contemporary theories and classic and contemporary research.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 7520: Behavior Genetics

(cross-leveled with PSYCH 4520). The study of genetic influences on behavioral traits such as mood, personality, intelligence, mental health, or activity level.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: departmental consent required


PSYCH 7530: Research in Psychopathology

Intensive survey and evaluation of the psychological literature on abnormal behavior, emphasizes experimental and explanatory approaches.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 7550: Introduction to Clinical Psychology

Comprehensive survey of the field's historical roots, research methods, concepts of abnormality, assessment and intervention methods; also specialties that constitute clinical psychology.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 7560: Schizophrenia

Examines symptoms, possible causes, and treatments of schizophrenia. Goals include understanding psychopathology by examining one disorder and reviewing cutting edge psychology and clinical science research being used to understand schizophrenia.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 7810: Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Survey of basic and applied personnel and organizational psychology. Focus on the human relations field, job satisfaction, leadership, group dynamics and formal organizational structures within the realm of industry.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 3010


PSYCH 7815: Cross-Cultural Psychology

This course aims to explore relationships between cultural variables and human behavior, and to look at recent attempts by cross-cultural psychologists to devise theories that reflect the cultural, social and developmental perspectives on behavior.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000 and departmental consent


PSYCH 7830: Psychology of Women

Overview of current theories and research relating to the psychology of women. Topics include gender stereotyping, psychological sex differences, achievement motivation in women, and women and mental health.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 7840: The History of Psychology

Historical foundations of contemporary psychology.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 1000


PSYCH 8001: Topics in Psychology-General

Organized study of selected topics in psychology. Particular topic and earnable credit may vary by semester.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent, departmental consent for repetition


PSYCH 8050: Research in Psychology - Non-Thesis

Research in psychology not leading to thesis. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8085: Problems in Psychology

Advanced studies to meet needs of individual student. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8090: Research in Psychology - Thesis

Research in psychology leading to thesis. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8110: Cognitive Psychology

Focuses on basic research on human perception, memory, attention, language, and thought.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8210: Functional Neuroscience

Basic techniques, data and theory in the neurosciences applied to the study of psychopathology, psychopharmacology, neural development, brain damage, memory and other areas of "behavior."

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8310: Survey of Social Psychology

Survey of historical and contemporary theory and research in affiliation, attribution, social comparison, attitude change and group dynamics.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8410: Psychology of Development

Principles, theories, research in normal human development.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8420: Cognitive Development

(same as H D FS 8420). An introduction to central theories and issues in the study of cognitive development in infancy and childhood. Emphasis is on major theoretical frameworks for studying cognitive development, and topics such as perception, memory, language, categorization, and reasoning.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8430: Temperament and Personality Development

(same as H_D_FS 8430). Intended for graduate students in psychology and related fields. This course is a survey of theory and research in the area of temperament and personality development, with emphasis on child development.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8440: Social and Emotional Development

(same as H_D_FS 8440). There are two major objectives for this course. The first is a "content" objective and involves familiarizing students with theory and research regarding social, emotional, and personality development in childhood and adolescence and also regarding the relationships in which such development takes place. The second objective is a "process" objective and involves enhancing students skills at interpreting empirical research, identifying gaps in the literature, and identifying research strategies for addressing those gaps.

Credit Hours: 3


PSYCH 8510: Developmental Psychopathology

Etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of disordered behavior from infancy through adolescence. Emphasizes contrasting theories and research issues.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8520: Adult Psychopathology

Problems of etiology, diagnosis, treatment in psychopathology. Considers theory, research, case histories.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8530: Experimental Psychopathology

Critical examination of current theories, with special emphasis on empirical studies in psychopathology including such topics as alcoholism, enuresis, sexual deviancy, drug addiction, mental retardation.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8610: Motivation

Survey of historical and contemporary theories and models of human motivation. Major emphasis on different levels of motivational analysis.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8620: Personality Psychology

Graduate-level introduction to the field of personality psychology, including readings and discussion of both classic and contemporary works.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8710: General Linear Models in Psychology I

Principles of interval estimation and hypothesis testing, scalar and matrix forms of simple and multiple regression with continuous and categorical predictors, regression diagnostics.

Credit Hours: 4
Prerequisites: undergraduate course in statistics; concurrent enrollment in PSYCH 8730; instructor's consent


PSYCH 8720: General Linear Models in Psychology II

Complex analysis of variance; experimental design.

Credit Hours: 4
Prerequisites: PSYCH 8710 or equivalent, concurrent enrollment in PSYCH 8730; instructor's consent


PSYCH 8730: Statistical Software Packages

Computer implementation of data management and statistical analysis. Covers elementary computer operations, data entry and quality control, and computer implementation of statistical models covered in PSYCH 8710 and PSYCH 8720.

Credit Hour: 1
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 8910: Responsible Conduct of Research

This course exposes students to important concepts in the responsible conduct of research. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hour: 1


PSYCH 8920: Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health

(same as P_HLTH 8920). This course will take both a theoretical and a practical approach to understanding health-related behavior and the field of public health. Students will gain an understanding of theory and empirical research in the social and behavioral sciences, as well as developing practical skills in critically evaluating research and in applying scientific evidence to address real world health concerns.

Credit Hours: 3


PSYCH 9001: Topics in Psychology-General

Organized study of selected topics in psychology. Particular topic and earnable credit may vary by semester.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent, departmental consent for repetition


PSYCH 9050: Research in Psychology - Non-Dissertation

Research in Psychology not leading to dissertation. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9085: Problems in Psychology

Advanced studies to meet needs of individual student. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent. Departmental consent for repetition


PSYCH 9090: Research in Psychology - Dissertation

Research in Psychology leading to dissertation. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9110: Studies in Experimental Psychology

Critical consideration of selected research in neuroscience and cognitive psychology.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 4972 or PSYCH 4973; departmental consent for repetition; instructor's consent


PSYCH 9120: Studies in Physiological Psychology

Weekly seminars given by local and regional cognitive psychologists and cognitive neuroscientists. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1
Prerequisites: PSYCH 7210, departmental consent for repetition, and instructor's consent


PSYCH 9150: Human Learning and Memory

Current theory and research in the area of human learning and memory will be investigated. A major component of the course will involve the critical review of existing literature in this area.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9210: Psychopharmacology

Basic principles of drug action on the nervous system, the theory and clinical use of the various psychotherapeutic drugs, drug abuse and its treatment.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9220: Clinical Neuropsychology Seminar

In this course students will analyze published cases in the neuropsychology literature. By studying how behavioral and mental processes break down, the supposition is that one can infer how intact processes must have been constructed, and how a brain supports them.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Instructor's consent


PSYCH 9230: Seminar on fMRI

Fundamentals of MRI and its application to brain imaging, including experimental design, analysis and contemporary issues. During the lab component, students will use FSL and other software to analyze fMRI data and will design and implement their own fMRI experiments.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9240: Advanced Neural Systems

The course provides in-depth coverage of the neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, and function of the brain. Course lectures and discussions cover the brain and its systems in a "bottom-up" sequence starting with basic sensory pathways and concluding with higher cognitive functions. The course also includes hands-on laboratory sessions, which include dissection component. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hours: 3


PSYCH 9310: Theories of Social Psychology

Intensive review of classic and contemporary concepts and theories of social psychology; emphasizes readings from primary sources. PhD candidates only. Required for all PhD candidates in social psychology.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9320: Social Psychology Methodology

Advanced study of experimental methods in social psychological research.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9330: Field Research Methods

Advanced course in research methods and designs commonly used in field settings; theoretical, ethical, and pragmatic issues that arise in field settings are considered; emphasis is on learning and skill acquisition through a series of hands-on assignments.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9350: Studies in Social Psychology

Critical coverage of selected research and theory in social psychology.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent, departmental consent for repetition


PSYCH 9360: Seminar in Social Psychology

Intensive review of concepts and theories of social psychology; emphasizes readings from primary sources. Ph.D. candidates only. Required for all Ph.D. candidates in social psychology program. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9365: Positive Psychology

This seminar will discuss and critique modern research in positive psychology. Each chapter of the textbook provides overviews of positive psychology research topics at various levels of analysis, while providing suggestions for further research. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hours: 3


PSYCH 9440: Studies in Developmental Psychology

Covers contemporary research and professional topics in developmental psychology. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9460: Studies in Evolution and Behavior

Reading and discussion of classic and contemporary works in evolution.

Credit Hour: 1
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9510: Studies in Clinical Psychology

Contemporary research and theory for advanced graduate students in clinical psychology. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent, departmental consent for repetition


PSYCH 9515: Orientations in Psychotherapy

The introductory psychotherapy course for students in the clinical psychology doctoral program. The focus of the course is on development of knowledge and skills in the following four areas: (1) Theory and practice of contemporary (brief) psychotherapy; (2) Basic interviewing skills; (3) Psychotherapy research and empirically supported treatments; and (4) The role and impact of managed care in contemporary psychotherapy.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9520: Psychometrics

Introduction to concepts and issues essential to psychological assessment including psychometrics, test construction, controversies in psychological testing, behavioral assessment, and structured interviewing.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9525: Orientations to Clinical Assessment

Topics include psychometric principles, intelligence testing, objective and projective personality testing and behavioral assessment.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 9520 and instructor's consent


PSYCH 9530: Clinical Child Assessment

Introduction to clinical instruments, techniques and problems in the psychological assessment of children.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9540: Ethical and Professional Issues II

Legal issues, state and national codes, ethical decision-making, dangerousness, ethical clinical treatment issues, mandated reporting, and ethics in specialized clinical settings. This course is the second in a sequence for clinical psychology doctoral students.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9545: Clinical Practicum

Intensive supervised training in use and interpretation of psychological techniques and in psychotherapy. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent and professional liability insurance


PSYCH 9550: Clinical Intervention with Children

Introduction to theory, research and practice in the area of behavior change with children and adolescents.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9560: Family and Group Process

Theory, intervention, and research in the areas of family and group dynamics. Emphasis on family therapy approaches.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9570: Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Problems

Background information for and methods and techniques of dealing with a variety of sexual problems that clients bring to therapists. Sexual dysfunction, homosexuality, sexual aberrations and sex crimes covered.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9575: Clinical Research Methods

Focus on research design with emphasis on active critique of methodological challenges (e.g., subject selection, control groups, multimodal measures, and treatment issues), includes lecture and active review or research.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9580: Seminar in Clinical Psychology

Critical coverage of selected research and theory in clinical psychology.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent, departmental consent for repetition


PSYCH 9585: Introduction to Alcohol Studies

Intensive seminar on alcohol research primarily intended for alcohol research training fellows. Covers a range of topics of interest to psychologist, including pharmacology, research methods, genetics, diagnosis, expectancies, and treatment.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9590: Clinical Pediatric Neuropsychology

The goal of this course is to provide an in-depth introduction to the field of clinical pediatric neuropsychology. Particular emphasis will be placed on how we can increase our understanding of development through the study of individuals with early brain dysfunction.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9710: Multivariate Statistics in Psychology

Multivariate statistical methods, including multivariate analysis of variance, discriminant analysis, principal component analysis, and elements of matrix algebra, as applied to problems in psychology.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSCYH 8710 and PSYCH 8720; instructor's consent


PSYCH 9715: Multilevel Modeling

Introduction to random coefficient multilevel modeling of clustered data. Topics include two- and three-level models, estimation techniques, computing options, model fitting issues, advanced model applications, and growth modeling.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent, a graduate course in regression analysis


PSYCH 9720: Latent Variable Models in Statistical Analysis

Covers Matrix Algebra fundamentals, Factor Rotation, Communality Estimation techniques, High Order and Dynamic Factor Models, Path Analysis, Use of computer programs.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent and PSYCH 8720


PSYCH 9725: The Literature Review

Focuses on methods for gathering, summarizing, integrating and interpreting research on a particular research issue. Topics include searching the literature, evaluating research quality and synthesizing statistical results across separate studies.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 8710 and instructor's consent


PSYCH 9735: Psychological Process Models

Examines mathematical and statistical models of cognition and perception. Emphasis on modeling basics such as estimation, hypothesis testing, and assessment of fit.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 8710 and PSYCH 8720 or instructor's consent


PSYCH 9740: Statistical Consulting for Psychologists

Provision of statistical consulting to individuals working with psychological data. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: graduate standing in Psychological Sciences and instructor's consent


PSYCH 9750: Advanced Structural Equation Modeling

Growth Mixture Models, Dynamic Factor models, and nonlinear structural models.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 8710 or departmental consent


PSYCH 9755: Quantitative Psychology Seminar

Quantitative Psychology Topics Seminar. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1
Prerequisites: departmental consent required


PSYCH 9760: Categorical Data Analysis

This course will provide an applied introduction to the most important methods for analyzing categorical data. Topics include; logistic regression modeling Poisson regression modeling, multinomial sampling, and classic analysis of contingency tables.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PSYCH 8710 and PSYCH 8720; instructor's consent


PSYCH 9765: Cluster Analysis and Network Analysis

The course covers traditional and modern clustering techniques (hierarchical, partitioning, and mixture modeling), both from an algorithmic and modeling perspective. Several types of data types are explored, including traditional two-mode data sets and network structures.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent required


PSYCH 9780: Item Response Theory I

Introduction to item response theory, including classical test theory, popular item response models, model estimation, software considerations, and application. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hours: 3
Corequisites: PSYCH 8710


PSYCH 9910: Teaching of Psychology Practicum

Focuses on development and enhancement of teaching skills for graduate students in psychology who are primary instructors of undergraduate psychology courses. Graded on a S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


PSYCH 9920: Advanced History of Psychology

Advanced course in history of psychology designed to show how general philosophical models of mind and behavior have been linked to doctrines of mental health and pathology and to theories of social behavior.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent