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PSY 100: GE:GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
This course includes an introduction to the science of behavior and mental life, a bio-social view of man and other animals, and a survey of its methods, theories, history, and knowledge of the role of organismic, environmental, and social factors in behavioral and psychological ...
Professors: ACE, K; BOBURKA, R; CHANG, J; (more)
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PSY 100: GE: General Psychology
This course includes an introduction to the science of behavior and mental life, a bio-social view of man and other animals, and a survey of its methods, theories, history, and knowledge of the role of organismic, environmental, and social factors in behavioral and psychological ...
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PSY 105: GE:INFNT&EARLY CH DEV
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Professors: ACE, K; GREEN, B
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PSY 201: QUANTITATIVE PSYCH
This course is an introduction to commonly used procedures of analysis, interpretation, and application in the Behavioral Sciences. Prerequisite: PSY 101.
Professors: GREEN, BA
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PSY 202: EXPERIMENTAL PSYCH
This course is an introduction to the philosophy and research methods of behavioral science with particular emphasis upon the experimental method, experimental analysis, and research of traditional and contemporary issues. Prerequisites: PSY 101, 201.
Professors: KHUSID, I; WESP, RK
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PSY 220: GE:SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
This is the first half of a 2-course sequence (220 and 320), an introductory survey of the field of social psychology, but either course can stand alone. PSY 220 focuses on scientific principles about the initiation, maintenance, and dissolution of close interpersonal relationshi...
Professors: BOBURKA, R; KHUSID, I
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PSY 222: GE:PSYCH OF ADJUSTMENT
This course is a functional approach to the problem of how humans acquire their distinctive ways of adjusting, favorably or unfavorably, to the total environment. It includes adjustment as a biosocial process, varieties of adjustive behavior, personality, and types of therapy and...
Professors: BARTOLI, P; TRUSHEL, J
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PSY 225: GE:LIFE SPAN DEVL PSY
Lifespan developmental psychology is the study of how and why people change over time as well as how and why they remain the same from conception through old age. More specifically this course takes an interdisciplinary look at development from the social science fields of anthro...
Professors: CHANG, J; MIELE, J
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PSY 241: MEAS EVALUATION PSYCH
This course covers a brief history of testing and assessment. The focus is on basic procedures necessary for the quantification of measured characteristics and includes a study of norms reliability and validity in the development of standardized tests. Prerequisites: PSY 101, 201...
Professors: GREEN, BA; KHUSID, I
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PSY 251: PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDER
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Professors: HODGE, D
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