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Core Required Courses (15 total credits required)

  • PSYCH 720: Theoretical Concepts in Psychology
  • PSYCH 730: Foundations of Behavioral Statistics
  • PSYCH 731: Multivariate Statistical Methods
  • PSYCH 792: Foundations of Research Methods
  • PSYCH 793: Foundations of Research Methods II


Seminar Courses* (9 total credits required)

  • PSYCH 746: Seminar in Current Topics (topics vary)**
  • PSYCH 765: Affect and Psychopathology
  • PSYCH 775: Learning and Cognition
  • PSYCH 777: Biological Bases of Mind and Behavior
  • PSYCH 785: Developmental Processes
  • PSYCH 790: Seminar in Psychology

*Seminar course list reflects seminar courses taught within the past four years from current faculty

**PSYCH 746 course topics reflect the faculty instructors area of expertise. Recent PSYCH 746 courses that have been taught by current faculty included the following topics:

    1. Emotion and Representation
    2. Evidence Based Practices in Psychology (Clinical)


Thesis Credits (6 total credits required)

  • PSYCH 795: Psychological Thesis


Independent Study Credits (variable elective credits)

  • Independent Study in Psychology
by schrod69 — last modified Jan 19, 2017 02:13 PM
2018 Spring Colloquium Series

Friday, March 30th

Samantha Noll: The Effect of Language on Perception of Ingroups and Outgroups

Kevin Mohawk: Individual Differences and Processing Bias Influence on the Creation of False Memories

Rebecca Timmins: Gender differences in Mu Wave suppression

All Colloquiums take place in Clow 240 from 1:00 to 3:00

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