Now showing items 1-20 of 36

    • PSYC 2414 – B Abnormal Psychology 

      Greif, Rebecca; Gittleman, Jennifer (2021-01)
      Course Description This course will cover main topic areas within the field of abnormal psychology. We will explore the etiology, symptomatology, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of psychological disorders according ...
    • PSYC 2150C Cognitive Psychology 

      Bacon, Joshua (2021-01)
      PSYC 2150 C Cognitive Psychology Cognitive Psychology is the study of how our minds sense, and make sense, out of our external and internal world. In this course we are going to be exploring the different areas that ...
    • PSYC 4926K Cognitive Behavioral Theory in Practice 

      Botvinick, Jason (2021-01)
      Course Objectives: 1) Understand the tenets of behavioral and cognitive theory 2) Understand how to create a case formulation using behavioral and/or cognitive theory 3) Understand the key techniques utilized in behavioral ...
    • PSYC 3804 Psychobiology 

      Bacon, Joshua (2021-01)
      Psychobiology (AKA Biological Psychology) is the study of the interrelationship between biological processes and behavior. Topics we will study include the structure and function of the nervous system, the sensory systems, ...
    • PSYC 3105; SOCI 4925 Social Psychology 

      DiLorenzo, Terry (2021-01)
      Course Description and Objectives: This course will provide students with an in-depth examination of social psychology. We will employ a cross-cultural perspective in our coverage of mainstream topics in social psychology. ...
    • PSYC 3800 - J Personality 

      Kolidas, Evelyn A. (2021-01)
      Course Description This course is an introduction to the major theories of personality, structure and dynamics of normal and abnormal personality development, research methods used to test these theories and clinical ...
    • PSYC 3810-J Behavioral Neuroendocrinology 

      Farrelly, Lorna (2021-01)
      Course Description: Behavioral Neuroendocrinology is an advanced psychology course that examines hormonal effects on the brain and behavior. This course investigates the role of hormones in sex differences, parental ...
    • PSYC H 2153 Mind, Language, and Consciousness 

      Bacon, Joshua (2021-01)
      In this course we are going to look at how cognitive processes such as the perception of size, motion, 3 dimensional depth, selective attention, memory, language, and decision processing are derived through computational ...
    • PSYC 3800-M Personality 

      Ferstenberg, Yocheved Ayden (2021-01)
      Course Description This course is an introduction to the major theories of personality, personality assessment, and the way personality theory is studied through research and applied in practice. Other topics may be added ...
    • PSYC 3165 Human Sexuality 

      DiLorenzo, Terry (2021-01)
      Course Description: This course is a combination of lecture and discussion regarding human sexuality from psychological, sociological and physiological perspectives. My goal is to both disseminate information and prompt ...
    • PSYC 1010K Introductory Psychology 

      Kolidas, Evelyn A. (2021-01)
      Course Description This course is a broad introduction to the field of psychology. Students explore the key figures, diverse theoretical perspectives, and research findings that have shaped some of the major areas of ...
    • PSYC 1107 Developmental Psychology: Lifespan 

      Ebner, Rachel (2021-01)
      COURSE DESCRIPTION This course provides an introduction of human development across the lifespan. It explores the physical, cognitive, communicative/linguistic, and socio-emotional development of individuals across diverse ...
    • PSYC 1107L Developmental Psychology: Life Span 

      Hochberg, Shira (2021-01)
      Course Description and Objectives: This is a survey class in developmental psychology that provides an overview of human development from conception to death. The course explores the major periods of development from three ...
    • PSYC 2017 Psychological Tests and Measurements 

      DiLorenzo, Terry (2021-01)
      Course Description: To introduce students to the purpose, goals, methods, uses and ethics of assessment. Course Objectives: 1. To have students appreciate the uses and abuses of testing. To have them understand that the ...
    • PSYC 1010L Introduction to Psychology 

      Botvinick, Jason (2021-01)
      Course Objectives: 1) To learn the basic theories and broad principles of different areas of psychology 2) To critically think about how these theories and principles apply to human behavior, personality, development, ...
    • PSYC 1110-M Cognitive And Social Development Of The Child 

      Chalik, Lisa (2021-01)
      This course will focus on the basic cognitive and social capacities that humans develop during childhood. We will consider how early experiences affect later cognitive and social development, and explore how to use ...
    • PSYC 3128H - N Seminar in Moral Psychology 

      Chalik, Lisa (2021-01)
      This course will focus on the human capacity for morality and how that capacity develops across the lifespan. We will review theory and research on a broad range of topics within moral psychology, drawing from social, ...
    • PSYC 2100C-L Experimental Psychology 

      Chalik, Lisa; Wildstein, Nicole; Best, Rachel; Ferstenberg, Ayden (2021-01)
      In this course, you will learn to design, conduct, and analyze research in psychology. You will also learn to read and write scientific research articles. By completing these activities, you will develop a deep understanding ...
    • Topics: Survey Methods in Psyc - 15603 - PSYC 4927 - N 

      Malka, Ariel (2021-08)
      Course Description: Surveys are widely used to collect various types of information about human behavior and experience. This seminar will introduce students to the use of survey methods in psychological science. Students ...
    • PSYC 4928L / POLI 2193 Topics: Political Psychology 

      Luders, Joseph (2021-09)
      What does it mean to say that someone is ideologically liberal or conservative? Why do certain people self-identify as conservative and others as liberal? Do innate personality traits cause political ideology or does ...