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CLP 4143 - Abnormal Psychology - 3 credit(s)
Descriptive Psychopathology, theoretical models, empirical evaluation and treatment of maladaptive behavior.
CLP 4302 - Intro to Clinical Psychology - 3 credit(s)
Introduction to Clinical Psychology: Surveys scientific basis, training, roles, models, controversies, and ethics.
CLP 4314 - Health Psychology - 3 credit(s)
Review of application of clinical psychology in behavioral medicine context. Emphasis on rehabilitation and prevention.
CLP 4414 - Behavior Modification - 3 credit(s)
Introduction to behavior analysis and application of learning principles, behavioral assessment, single subject research designs, and interventions in treatment settings.
CLP 4433 - Psych Tests & Measurements - 3 credit(s)
Consideration of the theoretical issues in psychometric test development. Review of instruments for intellectual, personality and neuropsychological assessment including development, applications, and potential abuses.
DEP 4054 - Developmental Psychology - 3 credit(s)
Survey of methods, empirical findings and theoretical interpretations in the study of human development across the life-span.
DEP 4104 - Advanced Child Psychology - 3 credit(s)
This course is designed to teach students about the psychological development of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Classroom study of the social, cognitive, motoric, and personality of development of young children will be augmented by direct observation and interaction with young children.
DEP 4404 - Psych of Adulthood & Aging - 3 credit(s)
A life-span approach to human development across adulthood into late life. Cognitive aging, changes in social functioning, personality development, and adjustment in later life.
EXP 3202 - Sensation & Perception - 3 credit(s)
Psychophysical and neurophysiological data and theory underlying sensory systems and perceptual processes.
EXP 4404 - Psychology of Learning - 3 credit(s)
Survey of methods, empirical findings and theoretical interpretations in respondent and instrumental conditioning.
EXP 4604 - Human Memory and Cognition - 3 credit(s)
Survey of methods, empirical findings and theoretical interpretations of human learning, attention, memory, verbal learning, judgment, and decision making.
INP 4004 - Intro to Indus/Organiz Psych - 3 credit(s)
Applications of psychological principles to industry. Topics include selection, training, job satisfaction, supervision and decision making.
PPE 4003 - Psychology of Personality - 3 credit(s)
Methods and findings of personality theories and evaluation of constitutional, biosocial and determinants of personality.
PSB 4002 - Physiological Psychology - 3 credit(s)
Gross/cellular neural and physiological components of behavior. Structure and function of the central and peripheral nervous systems and theories of brain functions.
PSY 3017 - Experimental Psychology - 3 credit(s)
Designed as an in-depth examination of the basic principles of psychological evidence; coverage given to areas of learning, perception, physiological, social and cognition.
PSY 3213 - Research Methods in Psych - 3 credit(s)
Logic of experimental design, concepts of control, ethical issues in the conduct of laboratory and applied research, and analysis of experimentally obtained data.
PSY 4604 - History & Systems in Psych - 3 credit(s)
Review of the historical roots of modern psychological theories. In-depth consideration of the various schools of psychology, such as behaviorism, Gestalt, psychoanalysis, and phenomenological psychology.
PSY 4911 - Directed Individual Study - 3 credit(s)
Senior standing with permission of instructor. Applied practicum in community service agencies.
PSY 4913 - Directed Study - 3 credit(s)
Student plans and conducts an individual research project or program of directed readings under the supervision of a faculty member.
PSY 4990 - Senior Seminar in Psychology - 3 credit(s)
Students will learn to consolidate, integrate and apply discipline specific knowledge to issues within Psychology and the Liberal Arts. Senior standing is expected. Students must complete at least 9 credit hours of 4000-level classes from the list of Required Courses for the Psychology Major before registering.
SOP 3742 - Psychology of Women - 3 credit(s)
Current psychological research and historical perspectives on gender differences. Topics include cognitive abilities, socialization, sexuality and psychology of reproduction.
SOP 4004 - Social Psychology - 3 credit(s)
Survey of methods, empirical findings, and theoretical interpretations in the study of individual behavior and group processes. Topics include persuasion, stereotyping, aggression, altruism, and social influence.
SOP 4714C - Environmental Psychology - 3 credit(s)
Explores the influences of environment on behavior. Topics considered include crowding, privacy, territorial behavior, environmental design, and pollution effects.