Psychology : Courses

PSY 101 Introductory Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): Fall, Spring, Summer
Grading: Graded (A-F)
General survey of perception; learning and memory; cognitive, developmental, personality, abnormal, and social psychology; and behavioral neuroscience. Requires participation in research or a short paper. This course is a controlled enrollment (impacted) course. Students who have previously attempted the course and received a grade other than W may repeat the course in the summer or only in the fall or spring semester with a petition to the College of Arts and Sciences Deans' Office.

PSY 121 Introduction to Substance Use and Abuse

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): Fall, Spring, Summer
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Substance Use and Abuse is a survey course designed to familiarize students with the terminology, concepts, and contemporary issues pertaining to drug and alcohol use from a social science perspective. In this course, you will become acquainted at the introductory level with the historical and cultural processes that define addictions today, the pharmacological aspects of drugs and their impact on humans and animals, psychological processes related to alcohol and drug use, the various treatment and recovery modalities available, and ever-evolving policies and public health debates regarding substance use. Students also will learn the methods that researchers use to study alcohol and drug use in animals and humans.

PSY 207 Psychological Statistics

Lecture
Credits: 4
Semester(s): Fall, Spring, Summer
Pre-requisites: ULC 148 or MTH 115 or any General Education Mathematical Sciences course.
Requisites: PSY 207
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Graphs; permutations; combinations; probability; regression; correlation; analysis of variance; descriptive and inferential statistics; parametric and nonparametric tests appropriate to psychological research. Three hours of lecture and one hour of recitation weekly. This course is a controlled enrollment (impacted) course. Students who have previously attempted the course and received a grade other than W may repeat the course in the summer or only in the fall or spring semester with a petition to the College of Arts and Sciences Deans' Office.

PSY 250 Scientific Inquiry in Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): Fall, Spring, Summer
Pre-requisites: PSY 207 Or STA 119
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The research process; observational, correlational and survey, experimental techniques; nature of theory; hypothesis testing and empirical data; scientific knowledge and its applications.

PSY 321 Psychology of Personality

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 101
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Theory, research, and measurement related to the description, development, and dynamics of the normal personality.

PSY 322 Abnormal Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): Fall, Spring, Summer
Pre-requisites: PSY 101
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Theory and description of the major behavior disorders and the psychopathology of everyday life; causes and treatment of these disorders.

PSY 323 Community Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 101
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Introduces theoretical concepts and developing practices in community psychology and community mental health. LEC

PSY 324 Clinical Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 101
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Introduces clinical psychology. Methods of assessing abnormal behavior, modes of intervention, theories of treatment, and ethical issues.

PSY 325 Health Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 101
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Introduces the scientific study of the behavioral and social aspects of health.

PSY 331 Social Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): Fall, Spring, Summer
Pre-requisites: PSY 101
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Behavior of individuals and their relations with others; aggression; attraction; attitude formation and change; conformity; obedience; helping; stereotypes; group processes.

PSY 332 Social Conflict and Its Resolution

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 101
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Overview of social conflict theory and of conflict resolution practice. Topics include the nature and cause of conflict, strategic choice in conflict, escalation, negotiation, and third-party intervention. Emphasizes psychological approaches, but is not limited to them.

PSY 333 Psychology of Work in Organizations

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 101
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Theory, research, and practices of organizational psychologists; behavior of individuals within organizations; principles of industrial psychology.

PSY 336 Developmental Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): Fall, Spring, Summer
Pre-requisites: PSY 101
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Major developmental changes in areas of human behavior, cognition, personality, and social life from the perspective of current theories about development across the lifespan.

PSY 341 Cognitive Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): Fall, Spring, Summer
Pre-requisites: PSY 101
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Information-processing approach to human behavior; how people interpret and understand the environment; recognition; memory; language.

PSY 342 Introduction to Cognitive Science: Concepts of the Mind

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 101
Grading: Graded (A-F)
An interdisciplinary approach to the understanding of knowledge and mind, guided by principles of formal systems and computation. Concepts and approaches from psychology, philosophy, artificial intelligence, linguistics, and neuroscience.

PSY 343 Sensory Processes and Perception

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 101
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Surveys experimental data and theories of perception. Perceptual organization and neurophysiology of brain systems, and neural and computational representations involved in vision, hearing, and cutaneous and chemical senses.

PSY 351 Biopsychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): Fall, Spring, Summer
Pre-requisites: PSY 101
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Physiological studies, mainly on the nervous system, relevant to selected theoretical issues in perception, learning, motivation, and problem solving.

PSY 402 Psychopharmacology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 351 and Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Basic brain chemistry and its influence on behavior. Distribution and elimination of drugs, drug-receptor interactions, and the neuroanatomical distribution of specific neurotransmitter systems. Special topics in biological psychiatry.

PSY 404 Alcohol and Health

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The relationship between alcohol use and psychological, social, and physical well-being. Conceptualizes problem drinking within a social psychological paradigm; implications of different conceptions for the prevention and treatment of alcohol problems.

PSY 405 Data Analysis Techniques

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Instruction and hands-on experience employing SPSS statistical package on desktop computers. Includes nonparametric statistics, T-tests, ANOVA (including factorial and repeated measures designs), and introduces correlation, regression, and factor analysis. Emphasizes appropriate choice among statistical methods.

PSY 407 Consciousness and the Self

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Examines how the unconscious mind works, how much of the self resides in the unconscious, and how the unconscious can and can not be accesses. Class is broken up into a number of different activities; each is designed to develop different skills while learning about consciousness and the self.

PSY 408 Small-Group Processes

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Reviews research on small-group dynamics, with attention to applying these concepts to improve groups in organizations.

PSY 409 Organizational Development and Change

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Studies methods of working with organizations to improve their effectiveness. Involves individual, group, and organizational-level change processes.

PSY 410 Existential Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Existential thinking pervades our concepts of personality, motivation, learning, cognition, and more. In addition, this course explores how our views of human relationships influence our satisfaction in love, therapy, and family.

PSY 411 Self and Self-Esteem

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Social psychological theory and research on the self. How the self-concept and self-esteem develop; consequences of self-views on affect, cognition, and behavior.

PSY 412 Psychology of Aggression and Violence

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Theory and data about the causes and control of human violence and aggression.

PSY 413 Social Cognition

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 331 and Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Overview of recent theory and research in social cognition, including attribution theory, schema, social memory, stereotyping, and heuristics.

PSY 414 Assessment of Individual Differences

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Personality differences and intellectual functioning; IQ tests; projective tests; behavioral assessments.

PSY 415 Psychology and Law

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Examines legal issues related to selected social problems in light of psychological theory, research, and clinical experience.

PSY 416 Reasoning and Problem Solving

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 341 or PSY 342
Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Discusses some principles of rational thought and some of the psychological processes that lead to successful and unsuccessful resolution of problems and other conceptual tasks. Explores how age and experience affect these processes.

PSY 417 Psychology of Identity

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Conceptions of identity or self as they appear in current psychological literature; how people develop and maintain a view of self and the self-referent nature of their world.

PSY 418 Behavior Modification and Behavioral Medicine

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 322 and Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Introduces current knowledge in behavior modification and behavioral medicine; critical examinations of the limitations, as well as the assets, of particular methods; ethical issues raised by work in this area.

PSY 419 Biological Bases of Memory

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 351 and psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Surveys recent research in the neurosciences concerning the processes involved in long-term registration of information in the central nervous system. These processes range from the level of single synapses to complex brain systems.

PSY 420 Close Relationships

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Focuses on current research and theory concerning close relationships. Topics to be covered will include attachment, attraction, love, interdependence, communication, relationship conflict, social support, and health.

PSY 421 Systems and Theories of Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Historical antecedents and the evolution of contemporary theoretical approaches and concepts of psychology.

PSY 422 Anxiety Disorders

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 322 and psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
In-depth analysis of the symptoms, etiology, and treatment of the major anxiety disorders from the perspective of both the practicing clinician and the research scientist.

PSY 423 Mood Disorders

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 322 recommended; Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Contemporary ideas and research on mood disorders, including their classification, epidemiology, etiology, and treatment.

PSY 424 Abnormal Child Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 322 recommended; Psychology majors only.
Requisites: PSY 424
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Description, diagnosis, causes, and treatment of childhood disorders, including ADHD, aggresion, depression, anxiety, autism, and others.

PSY 425 Psychology of Human Sexuality

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Why and how we behave sexually; biological origins, and psychological and social determinants; private and public morality; absolute versus relative standards; hormones; psychosexual development; variations and deviations in sexual behavior.

PSY 426 Biological Bases of Mental Disorders

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Biological factors in mental disorders; for example, in schizophrenia, anxiety disorders, depression, and obsessive-compulsive disorders.

PSY 427 Adult Development and Aging

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Developmental theory, methods, and empirical evidence needed to describe and understand the psychological changes that take place in adulthood and old age.

PSY 428 Language Development

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 341 or PSY 342 or PSY 343
Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Starting with a consideration of the infant's basic perceptual capacities, examines the role of innate and experiential factors in developing the capacity to speak and understand language.

PSY 429 Psychophysiology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Basic physiological processes; physiological aspects of behavior, emotions, and cognition; psychophysiological methods.

PSY 431 Mind-Body Connection in a Social World

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The connection between mind and body from a social psychological perspective; effects on various physiological systems; using body responses to understand psychological process.

PSY 432 Psychology and Environmental Hazards

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Psychological approaches to understanding the effects of environmental hazards, including background in epidemiology, cancer, clinical psychological assessment, and case studies.

PSY 434 Animal Behavior

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 351 and psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Analyses instinctive and learned behavior in characteristic animal types, correlating structure and function, fundamental principles of adaptation.

PSY 435 Psychology of Reproduction

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 351 and Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Research on brain and hormone involvement in the control of behaviors relevant to all phases of reproduction (parental behavior and sex); infrahuman and human systems.

PSY 436 Neuropsychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 351 and psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Reviews and, wherever possible, synthesizes research studies carried out mainly on humans that increase our understanding of how the brain works.

PSY 437 Cross-Cultural Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Examines the difference in concepts of the self, interpersonal processes, and group processes across cultures.

PSY 438 Sport and Exercise Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Topics include the nature of sport psychology, personality and sport, motivational orientations in sport, self-referent thought in sport and physical activity, the arousal-athletic performance relationship, gender and sport behavior, and group dynamics.

PSY 439 Biopsychology of Stress

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 351 and psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Stress and the body's various reactions to it.

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Stress and the body's various reactions to it.

PSY 440 Hormones and Behavior

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 351 and psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Familiarizes students with the structure, function, and principles of the endocrine/neuroendocrine system and how this system helps to initiate and regulate behavior (e.g. stress, reproduction, cyclicity in behavior, ingestion, and aggression).

PSY 442 Biopsychology of Ingestive Behavior

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): Fall
Pre-requisites: PSY 351
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Familiarizes students with the biological basis of feeding and drinking. Covers broader concepts including homeostasis, sensory systems, structure and function of the nervous system, chemical signaling, learning and public health, all in the context of the control of feeding and drinking.

PSY 443 The Neurobiology of Communication in Animals

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): Spring
Pre-requisites: PSY 351 and psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Focuses on the evolution, function, design, and diversity of animal communication systems such as song and visual signaling in birds, calls and echolocation in dolphins, echolocation and olfactory signaling in bats, olfactory signaling in insects, and electrical signaling in fish.

PSY 445 Memory

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 341, 342, or 343 and Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
How knowledge is represented, stored, and retrieved by humans; attention; language comprehension; nature and causes of forgetting.

PSY 446 Animal Cognition

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 341, 342, or 343; Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Focuses on animal minds, including perception, attention, representation, concept and rule learning, judgments of time and number, tool use, communication, self-awareness, and awareness of the other.

PSY 447 Psychology of Music

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 341 or 342 or 343; Psychology majors only.
Grading: Graded (A-F)
How we perceive, remember, and respond to music. Representation of musical knowledge, emotional and aesthetic response to music, listening styles of novices and experts, music's role in human culture.

PSY 448 Psycholinguistics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisites: PSY 341, 342, or 343 and psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
What individuals know when they know a natural language; how that language is acquired; what the facts of language tell us of the structure of the mind.

PSY 449 Motivational Theory

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Development of ideas concerning the problem of motivation; important experiments in the development of these ideas; current theories of motivation; data relevant to an examination of these theories.

PSY 450 Advanced Research Methods in Psychology

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): Fall, Spring, Summer
Pre-requisites: PSY 250 and psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Development and application of skills needed to conduct and evaluate research. Strongly recommended for students who plan to attend graduate school.

PSY 451 Drug Addiction

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): Fall, Spring
Pre-requisites: PSY 351 and psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The scientific study of drug addiction, emphasizing biological and psychological theories.

PSY 452 Psychology of Prejudice

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Psychological aspects of historical and contemporary race and gender relations in the United States. Topics include stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination, conflict, and cooperation.

PSY 455 Applied Behavior Analysis with Children 1

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)

PSY 456 Applied Behavior Analysis with Children 2

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
PSY 455 and PSY 456 offer students the opportunity to 1) learn about current assessment and treatment methodologies for school-age children with disruptive behavior problems and 2) apply this knowledge in hands-on interactions with children within actual school settings. Topics covered include an overview of disruptive behavior disorders found in school-age children, functional behavioral assessment tools used with children, and empirically supported treatments for children with disruptive behavior problems.

PSY 457 Cognitive Development

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The growth of cognitive functioning from infancy to adolescence. Considers the major theoretical approaches that are taken in studying cognitive development.

PSY 458 Adolescent Development

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Emphasizes how growth and development during the adolescent period are influenced by contemporary culture. Three major themes of adolescent development (self, stress, and love) are examined, and the course considers various psychological, biological, and sociological theories which attempt to explain changes associated with these themes.

PSY 461 Senior Seminar

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Topical seminars and laboratory courses.

PSY 464 Senior Seminar

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Topical seminars and laboratory courses.

PSY 465 Senior Seminar

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Topical seminars and laboratory courses.

PSY 466 Senior Seminar

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Topical seminars and laboratory courses.

PSY 467 Senior Seminar

Seminar
Credits: 1-3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Topical seminars and laboratory courses.

PSY 468 Senior Seminar

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Topical seminars and laboratory courses.

PSY 469 Senior Seminar

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Topical seminars and laboratory courses.

PSY 470 Senior Seminar

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Topical seminars and laboratory courses. PSY 470-PSY 475 are part of the Cognitive and Behavioral neurosciences courses.

PSY 471 Senior Seminar

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Topical seminars and laboratory courses. PSY 470-PSY 475 are part of the Cognitive and Behavioral neurosciences courses.

PSY 473 Senior Seminar

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Topical seminars and laboratory courses. PSY 470-PSY 475 are part of the Cognitive and Behavioral neurosciences courses.

PSY 474 Senior Seminar

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Topical seminars and laboratory courses. PSY 470-PSY 475 are part of the Cognitive and Behavioral neurosciences courses.

PSY 475 Senior Seminar

Seminar
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Topical seminars and laboratory courses. PSY 470-PSY 475 are part of the Cognitive and Behavioral neurosciences courses.

PSY 476 Special Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 477 Special Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 478 Special Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 479 Sepcial Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 480 Special Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 481 Special Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 482 Special Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 483 Special Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 484 Special Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 485 Special Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. PSY 485-PSY 490 are part of the Cognitive and Behavioral neurosciences courses. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 486 Special Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. PSY 485-PSY 490 are part of the Cognitive and Behavioral neurosciences courses. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 487 Special Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. PSY 485-PSY 490 are part of the Cognitive and Behavioral neurosciences courses. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 488 Special Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. PSY 485-PSY 490 are part of the Cognitive and Behavioral neurosciences courses. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 489 Special Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. PSY 485-PSY 490 are part of the Cognitive and Behavioral neurosciences courses. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 490 Special Topics

Lecture
Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Current theories, research, and controversies in the major subareas of psychology. PSY 485-PSY 490 are part of the Cognitive and Behavioral neurosciences courses. Specific topics and content change each semester.

PSY 495 Undergraduate Supervised Teaching

Tutorial
Credits: 1-8
Semester(s): Fall, Spring
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Pass/Fail
Undergraduate teaching assistant (UTA) positions are available for certain psychology courses to those students who have completed the course or its equivalent with a grade of A, have achieved junior status, and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 overall. Students must apply for UTA positions with the appropriate instructor. Credit does not count toward the major. Graded P/F.

PSY 496 Supervised Applied Experience

Tutorial
Credits: 1-8
Semester(s): Fall, Spring
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Pass/Fail
A program of applied work in a community, government, or private agency or organization related to the major in psychology. Must be agreed upon by the student and a faculty sponsor in the department. Credit does not count toward the major. Graded P/F.

PSY 497 Honors

Seminar
Credits: 1-8
Semester(s): Fall, Spring
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
Independent research for two semesters with a faculty member. Apply in junior year.

PSY 498 Undergraduate Research

Tutorial
Credits: 1-8
Semester(s): Fall, Spring
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
A program of supervised research to be agreed upon by the student and a faculty sponsor in the department, including procedures for evaluating student performance.. Student receives a letter grade.

PSY 499 Independent Study

Tutorial
Credits: 1-8
Semester(s): Fall, Spring
Requisites: Psychology majors only
Grading: Graded (A-F)
A program of scholarship to be agreed upon by the student and a faculty sponsor in the department, including procedures for evaluating student performance. Student receives a letter grade.

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