Department of Psychology
Effective Autumn 2006
100 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY U 5
Introductory psychology, a pre requisite to advanced courses; the application of the scientific method to behavior; topics include learning, motivation, perception, personality, physiological basis of behavior.
300 RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY U 4
An overview of issues, methods, and techniques of scientific psychological research.
310 BASIC PSYCHOLOGY : PERCEPTION U 4
Theory, methods, and physiological correlates of sensory and perceptual processes; emphasis on the relation of behavior to stimulus variation.
311 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY: MOTIVATION AND ACTION U 3
A behavioristic presentation of experimental work on learning and motivation.
312 LEARNING, MEMORY, AND COGNITION U 4
An introduction to experimental study of human memory, learning, and cognition.
313 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOBIOLOGY U 4
Introduction to the neuronal and behavioral foundation of psychobiology.
320 INTRODUCTION TO DATA ANALYSIS IN PSYCHOLOGY U5
Introduction to statistical data analysis; random samples, graphical and numerical techniques of descriptive statistics, correlation, regression, probability, sampling distribution, and hypothesis testing.
321 QUANTITATIVE AND STATISTICAL METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY U 4
A concentrated examination of application of statistical tools in inference in contemporary psychology; hypothesis testing, regression, correlation, and analysis of variance.
331 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY AND PSYCHOTHERAPY I U 5
Examination of current problems, issues, theories, and approaches to psychological deviance.
340 INTRODUCTION TO LIFE SPAN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY U 5
A survey of developmental psychology including some psychogenetic perspective.
367 SECOND WRITING COURSE
367.01 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY U 5
Survey of group processes as they affect individual behavior; topics include individual motivation, group behavior, attitudes, and perception of self and others.
375 STEREOTYPING AND PREJUDICE U 4
Lectures address experimental research in stereotyping and prejudice; readings focus on historical, cultural, and sociological perspectives on issues related to gender, ethnicity, and social class.
500 EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY U 5
An overview of experimental methodological techniques with experiments selected for cultural value; as preparation for technical study; and to represent paradigms used in human and animal research.
505 CONTEMPORARY VIEWPOINTS IN PSYCHOLOGY U G 5
A consideration of the development of modern scientific psychology from its roots in the school of the 19th century to its contemporary status.
511 PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING U G 4
An overview of theoretical and practical aspects of the assessment and prediction of human behavior; topics include achievement, intelligence, personality, attitudes, and interpersonal relations.
521 PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY U G 4
Overview of theory, method, and practices of personnel psychology; job analysis, recruiting, personnel section, performance appraisal, and training.
522 ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY U G 4
Overview of theory, method, and practice of organizational psychology; motivation, job attitude, leadership, groups, organizational design.
530 PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSONALITY U G 4
Major theoretical and research orientation in the study of personality ; consideration of psychological processes involved in the attribution of personality characteristics.
532 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE U 5
Surveys the scientific foundations of clinical psychological interventions and assessment techniques and considers their implications for the profession of clinical psychology.
539 STRESS, SOCIAL SUPPORT, AND THE PROFESSIONAL HELPER U G 3
Stress at work and elsewhere; emphasis on treatment through social support.
540 COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY: AN INTRODUCTION U G 4
introduction to the theories, research, and practice of counseling psychology.
543 PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN U G 5
Exploration of the nature and causes of sex differences in behavior patterns and factors influencing development of women through psychological theory and research.
550 PSYCHOLOGY OF CHILDHOOD U G 4
Presentation of psychological aspects of growth and development in early and middle childhood.
551 ADOLESCENCE U G 5
An examination of the biological, psychological, and social aspects of normal adolescent development.
552 PSYCHOLOGY OF THE ADULT YEARS U G 3
Theory and research related to adulthood as a sequence of psychological stages involving adjustment and coping behaviors; relationship of adulthood to other life span stages.
600 PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING U G 5
The study of principles which underlie the discover, fixation, and retention of behavior; emphasis on theoretical formation of the conditions necessary for learning and remembering.
630 PSYCHOLOGY OF PUBLIC ATTITUDE U G 3
Attitude organization and change; study of the determination of attitude.
693 INDIVIDUAL STUDIES U G 1 15
Individual reading or research projects by special agreement between instructor and student. Repeatable to a maximum of 45 credit hours. These courses are graded S/U
- 693.01 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
- 693.02 COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
- 693.03 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
- 693.04 HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
- 693.06 QUANTITATIVE PSYCHOLOGY
- 693.07 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
- 693.08 PSYCHOBIOLOGY
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