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PSYC 156: Introduction to Psychology
An introductory survey of theories, topics, issues, and applications in psychology. Two basic approaches are taken in different sections: a topical approach or a systems of thought approach. Courses using a topical approach examine a wide range of classic and contemporary topics ...
Professors: Bettina M. Spencer; Bradford J. Eaton; Catherine M. Pittman; (more)
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PSYC 156: Intro to Psy - Culture&Systems
An introductory survey of theories, topics, and applications in psychology. Course covers a wide range of classic and contemporary topics in psychology, including brain and behavior, thinking and intelligence, and psychological disorders. The 156 course is organized around system...
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Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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PSYC 157: Intro Psy: Science for Citizen
An introductory survey of theories, topics and applications in psychology. Courses cover a wide range of classic and contemporary topics in psychology, including brain and behavior, thinking and intelligence, and psychological disorders. The 157 course emphasizes social science m...
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PSYC 201: Statistics in Psychology
An introduction to concepts and procedures involved in various research methods common to psychology as well as the statistical procedures appropriate to each. Both critical thinking skills and statistical computations are emphasized. Prerequisite: PSYC 156 and completion of Math...
Professors: Karen L. Chambers
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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PSYC 202: Research Methods in Psyc
Students are introduced to the design, replication, analysis, and reporting of research, using both experimental and correlational methods. Students acquire skills in critical thinking and experience with computer programs in statistics. Prerequisite: PSYC 201. Completion of at l...
Professors: Bettina M. Spencer; Karen L. Chambers
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PSYC 223: Human Rel:Theory & Practicum
Interpersonal communications skills in the developmental framework are presented, stressing conflict resolution, crisis intervention, as well as issues commonly faced by college age women. Prereq: concurrent status as an R.A. or student government leader.
Professors: Slandah Dieujuste
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PSYC 237: Cross-Cultural Psychology
This course explores how and why humans are influenced by their culture(s). While focusing specifically on America and China, we will discuss how culture shapes the way we think about ourselves and others. After discussing these psychological processes we will address how and w...
Professors: Bettina M. Spencer
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PSYC 301: Developmental Psychology
A study of the psychological development of the normal individual from conception through adolescence. Consideration is given to topics such as heredity and environment, learning, perception, cognition, and neurological, social, and emotional development using an ecological syste...
Professors: Amber M. Grundy; Elizabeth L. O'Connor; Gwen R. Pursell; (more)
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 4
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PSYC 302: Psych of Adult Development
A seminar course that focuses on personality development from late adolescence through old age. Emphasis is placed on the changing personal growth issues which the developing adult faces. The course follows Erikson?s stages, and includes the following topics: identity development...
Professors: Rebecca M. Stoddart
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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PSYC 304: Psyc of Child & Family
This course focuses on emerging family structure, their effect on children, and ways of supporting children's development in contemporary society. Topics include the effect of divorce, single-parent and blended families, teenage parenting, dual-career families, and daycare on th...
Professors: Rebecca M. Stoddart
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