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  • SOC 2701 ; PSY3105: Social Psychology 

    Schnall, Eliezer (2021-01)
    Course Description and Objectives This course is an introduction to social psychology, exploring how we think and behave in social situations. Specific topics to be covered include social thinking, social influence, and ...
  • PSY1107 / HBSI1107: Human Communication 

    Galantucci, Bruno (2020-09)
    Course description. This course familiarizes students with a set of diverse scientific perspectives on human communication. These perspectives cover psychological and social aspects of human communication, providing ...
  • PSY3804: Psychobiology 

    Schecter, Ari (2021-01)
    Course Description: This course will introduce and explore core concepts related to psychobiology, namely the biological basis of mental states and behavior. Topics will include nerve cells and impulses, synaptic transmission, ...
  • PSY2414: Abnormal Psychology 

    Isaacs, Jenny (2020-09)
    Course description and objectives: This is a general survey course in the area of abnormal psychology. The 1st third of the course will provide a brief overview of central issues in the field of abnormal psychology, ...
  • PSY2100: Experimental Psychology 

    Cohen, Anna-Lisa (2021-01)
    Course Philosophy: I hope to take you through the experimental process from start to finish. You will experience how a researcher forms the kernel of a research idea, formulates a hypothesis, tests that hypothesis, analyzes ...
  • PSY 1130: Developmental Psychology II 

    Schnall, Eliezer (2020-01)
    Course Description and Objectives In this course we will explore adult development from a variety of perspectives. Our discussions will emphasize physical, cognitive, and social development, and also problems that may ...
  • PSY1110: Developmental I: Child 

    Glicksman, Stephen (2021-01)
    Biological, psychological, and social factors that enter into the development of children from birth to pre-adolescence; correlations between childhood development and formation of adult personality. Prerequisite: PSY 1010.
  • PSY1010: Introduction to Psychology 

    Isaacs, Jenny (2020-09)
    In this course you should gain the following: 1. A basic understanding of a broad range of topics in the field of psychology. Obviously we cannot cover the whole field of psychology in one course, but you should leave the ...
  • PSY1021: Statistics for Psychology 

    Isaacs, Jenny (2020-01)
    In this course you should gain the following: 1. The ability to understand & explain to others statistical analyses & be an educated & critical consumer of statistics. 2. A preparation for more advanced courses in ...