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                                                        255      Industrial and Organizational Psychology          371      Psychological Innovations and Research
PSYCHOLOGY                                  PSY                  Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: PSY 101                          I
                                                        Recruitment, selection, and training of personnel.                  Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(2-4) P: PSY 101
                                                        Performance appraisal, leader behavior, worker                      RB: To receive credit PSY 371 and PSY
Department of Psychology                                attitudes and behavior, communication, group or-                    372 must be completed satisfactorily except
College of Social Science                               ganization, and processes in the workplace.                         by prior arrangement with instructor. R: Ap-
                                                                                                                            proval of department. Not open to students
101     Introductory Psychology                         270     Community Psychology                                        who have completed more than 6 credits of
        Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(4-0)                            Fall. 3(3-0) P: PSY 101                                     PSY 490 and PSY 491 combined.
Mind and behavior from biological, individual, and      Theory and research in community psychology.               First course of two-semester sequence. Theoretical
social perspectives. Scientific and professional        Prevention, social change, dissemination models,           and technical background and direct involvement in
aspects of psychology.                                  empowerment, and measurement models.                       a major psychological innovation or research
                                                                                                                   project.
                                                        280     Abnormal Psychology
200     Cognitive Psychology                                    Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: PSY 101            372     Psychological Innovations and Research
        Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: PSY 101         Theory and research on dynamics, characteristics,                  II
Concepts, theories, methods, and research findings      and treatment of psychological disorders. Therapies                Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(2-4) P: PSY 371
in human information processing. Attention, percep-     and theories of prevention.                                Second course of a two-course sequence. Theoreti-
tion, memory, problem solving, decision making, and                                                                cal and technical background and direct involvement
language comprehension and production.                  290     Exploring and Planning for Careers in              in a major psychological innovation or research
                                                                Psychology                                         project
                                                                Fall, Spring. 3(2-2) P: (PSY 101) and com-
209     Brain and Behavior                                      pletion of Tier I writing requirement R: Open      381      Human Service Internship in Psychology
        Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: PSY 101                         only to sophomores or juniors in the Psy-                   I
Relation of structure and function of the nervous               chology major.                                              Spring. 3(3-0) P: PSY 101 RB: At least two
system to the biological bases of behavior.             Introduction to career options for psychology majors.               courses in the range from PSY 200-280.
                                                        Development of career preparation and career               Theoretical and practical background to engage in
                                                        seeking skills.                                            effective human service delivery.
235     Social Psychology
        Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: PSY 101         295     Data Analysis in Psychological Research            382      Human Service Internship in Psychology
        Not open to students with credit in SOC                 Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: {PSY 101                    II
        241.                                                    and (MTH 110 or MTH 114 or MTH 116 or                       Summer. 6 to 12 credits. P: PSY 381
Major topics, theories, and research findings in                MTH 124 or MTH 106)} or (MTH 132 or                Online community internship employing knowledge
social psychology, particularly as viewed from a                MTH 152H or MTH 201 or STT 200 or STT              and skills acquired in PSY 381.
psychological perspective.                                      201) Not open to students with credit in STT
                                                                315.                                               395     Research Design and Measurement in
                                                        Descriptive and inferential statistics as applied to the           Psychological Research
236      Personality                                    analysis of psychological research. Measurement,                   Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(2-2) P: PSY 295
         Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: PSY 101        control, and research design with psychological                    SA: PSY 304
Theories of personality, assessment techniques,         variables. Data analysis. Interpreting research find-      Validity and reliability concepts in psychological
and research on personality functioning and individ-    ings. Relations between research and theory.               measurement and causal inference. Experimental
ual differences in interpersonal behavior. Emphasis                                                                design in psychological research.
on normal behavior.                                     310      Psychology and Biology of Human
                                                                 Sexuality                                         401     Memory and Skill (W)
                                                                 Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmen-               Fall of even years. 3(3-0) P: (PSY 200 and
239      Psychology of Women                                     tal with Zoology. Administered by Psycholo-               PSY 295) and completion of Tier I writing
         Fall. 3(3-0) P: PSY 101                                 gy. P: (PSY 101 or concurrently) and ((BS                 requirement
Development and implications of sex-typed behavior               110 or concurrently) or (BS 111 or concur-        Human learning, memory, and skilled performance.
and sex differences. Women's decisions about and                 rently) or (LBS 144 or concurrently) or (LBS      Effects of attention, practice, and knowledge on
experiences of menstruation, sexuality, motherhood,              145 or concurrently) or (LBS 148H or con-         cognitive and perceptual motor skills.
relationships, achievement, employment, retirement.              currently) or (LBS 149H or concurrently))
                                                                 Not open to students with credit in FCE 445.      402      Sensation and Perception (W)
244     Developmental Psychology: Infancy               Sexual behavior from biological, psychological and                  Fall of even years. 3(3-0) P: ((PSY 295) and
        Through Childhood                               neuroscience perspectives. Sexual differentiation of                completion of Tier I writing requirement) and
        Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: PSY 101         the body. Role of hormones in development and                       (PSY 200 or PSY 209)
Physical, cognitive, emotional, and social develop-     reproduction in humans and other animals. Human            Biological and psychological approaches to the
ment from infancy through childhood.                    sexual orientation. Fertility and contraception. Sex-      study of the extraction, representation, and interpre-
                                                        ual disorders. Sexually transmitted diseases.              tation of sensory information. Review of major me-
246      Sensitivity to Children I                      320      Health Psychology                                 thodologies. Emphasis on vision.
         Fall. 3(2-2) P: PSY 101 RB: To receive cre-             Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: PSY 101
         dit, PSY 246 and PSY 247 must be com-          Social, psychological, and biological factors affecting    403      Laboratory in Cognitive Psychology (W)
         pleted satisfactorily except by prior ar-      health, illness, and use of health services. Stress                 Fall, Spring. 3(2-2) P: (PSY 200 and PSY
         rangement with instructor. R: Not open to      and coping processes, lifestyles, and illness man-                  295) and completion of Tier I writing re-
         students who have completed more than 6        agement.                                                            quirement SA: PSY 302
         credits of PSY 490 and PSY 491 combined.                                                                  Rationale, methods, data analysis, and interpreta-
First course of two-semester sequence that empha-       330       Personality from a Psychoanalytic                tion of experimental research in cognitive psycholo-
sizes weekly play with a child and analysis of video-             Perspective                                      gy.
taped sessions. Readings and discussions cover                    Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: (PSY 101)
problems faced by parents, teachers and child the-      A Freudian framework, including psychosocial de-           405     History of Modern Psychology (W)
rapists.                                                velopment, dreams, unconscious processes, de-                      Spring. 3(3-0) P: (PSY 295) and completion
                                                        fense mechanisms, prejudice, discrimination, cults,                of Tier I writing requirement R: Open only to
247     Sensitivity to Children II                      inability to sleep, anxiety, depression, schizophrenia,            juniors or seniors in the Department of Psy-
        Spring. 3(2-2) P: (PSY 246) RB: To receive      sexual problems, and love.                                         chology.
        credit, PSY 246 and PSY 247 must be com-                                                                   Themes, periods, and contributions of the leading
        pleted satisfactorily except by prior ar-       344      Developmental Psychology:                         psychologists. Psychological systems such as be-
        rangement with instructor.                               Adolescence Through Youth                         haviorism, cognition, and psychoanalysis. Evolution
Weekly play with a child to understand child devel-              Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: PSY 244                 of psychological concepts. Social context.
opment and to increase skills in communicating with     Theory and research in physical, cognitive, emo-
children.                                               tional, and social development from puberty to early
                                                        adulthood.




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409     Psychobiology of Behavioral                      450      Thinking Critically About Psychological        498H     Development of Research Proposal
        Development (W)                                           Research (W)                                            Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(0-6) R: Approval of
        Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) P: (PSY 209 or                Spring. 3(3-0) P: (PSY 295) and completion              department.
        ZOL 402) and Completion of Tier I Writing                 of Tier I writing requirement SA: PSY 307      Independent research with faculty supervision.
        Requirement                                      Statistical and methodological principles from the      Literature survey, naturalistic observation, and expe-
Biological approaches to the understanding of beha-      perspective of a critical consumer of research re-      rimental investigation. Preparation of the proposal
vioral development in human and non-human ani-           sults. Recognizing non-empirical assertions, neces-     for the Senior Honors Thesis.
mals. Role of the nervous system in this process.        sary bases for inferring relationships and causal
                                                         relationships, common threats to research validity,
410    Neurobiology of Learning and Memory               and pertinent biases in human judgment.                 499H    Senior Honors Thesis
       (W)                                                                                                               Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(0-6) P: PSY 498H
       Fall. 3(3-0) P: (PSY 209 or ZOL 402) and                                                                          R: Approval of department.
       Completion of Tier I Writing Requirement          455     Organizational Research Techniques (W)          Continuation of independent research with faculty
       SA: PSY 308                                               Spring. 3(3-0) P: (PSY 255 and PSY 395)         supervision. Completion of senior honor thesis.
Neural mechanisms responsible for learning and                   and completion of Tier I writing requirement
memory.                                                          R: Open only to juniors or seniors in the De-
                                                                 partment of Psychology or in the Interdiscip-   801      Sensation and Perception
411     Hormones and Behavior (W)                                linary Studies in Social Science major.                  Fall. 3(3-0) RB: (PSY 401) or approval of
        Spring of even years. 3(3-0) P: (PSY 209 or      Quantitative psychological research techniques                   department. R: Open to graduate students
        ZOL 402) and Completion of Tier I Writing        applied to human resource problems in organiza-                  in the Department of Psychology.
        Requirement                                      tions. Survey research, job analysis, training needs    Biological and psychological approaches to the
Current research on biological mechanisms that           analysis, evaluation and selection, and test valida-    study of extraction, representation, and interpreta-
control motivation in humans and non-human spe-          tion.                                                   tion of sensory information. Review of major metho-
cies.                                                                                                            dologies. Emphasis on vision.

413    Laboratory in Behavioral Neuroscience             463        Introduction to Cognitive Science
       (W)                                                          Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Lin-   802     Basic Cognitive Processes
       Fall. 4(2-4) Interdepartmental with Zoology.                 guistics and Philosophy. Administered by             Fall. 3(3-0) R: Open only to graduate stu-
       Administered by Psychology. P: ((PSY 209                     Linguistics.                                         dents in the Department of Psychology or
       or ZOL 402) and completion of Tier I writing      Cognitive processing of information by animals,                 Interdepartmental Graduate Specializations
       requirement) and ((PSY 295 or concurrent-         humans, and computers. Relevant issues in philos-               in Cognitive Science or approval of depart-
       ly) or STT 201) SA: PSY 309                       ophy, linguistics, psychology, neurophysiology, and             ment. SA: PSY 810
Theory and laboratory experience in the study of         artificial intelligence.                                Advanced exploration of methods used to study
behavioral neuroscience. Relationship among hor-                                                                 human cognition as applied to sensory processes,
mones, brain, and behavior.                                                                                      perception, attention, memory, and control of action
                                                         475     Personality Theories (W)
424      Child and Family Psychopathology (W)                    Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) P: (PSY 236)
         Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: (PSY 244                and completion of Tier I writing requirement    803     Higher Order Cognitive Processes
         and PSY 295) and completion of Tier I writ-             R: Open only to juniors or seniors in the De-           Spring. 3(3-0) R: Open only to graduate
         ing requirement R: Open only to juniors or              partment of Psychology.                                 students in the Department of Psychology or
         seniors in the Department of Psychology or      Major personality theories of development, structure,           Interdepartmental Graduate Specializations
         students in the Psychology disciplinary mi-     and dynamics. Implications for behavioral disorders             in Cognitive Science or approval of depart-
         nor.                                            and therapy.                                                    ment. SA: PSY 810
Description, etiology, and developmental patterns of                                                             Advanced exploration of inductive and deductive
behavior problems of children, adolescents, and                                                                  reasoning, categorization, analogy, decision making,
their families. Child and family interventions.          490     Special Problems in Psychology                  and problem solving
                                                                 Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 6 credits. A stu-
440     Attitudes and Social Cognition (W)                       dent may earn a maximum of 12 credits in
        Fall of even years. 3(3-0) P: (PSY 235 and               all enrollments for this course. P: PSY 295     804      Molecular and Developmental
        PSY 295) and completion of Tier I writing                RB: Nine credits in Psychology. Students                 Neurobiology
        requirement R: Open only to juniors or se-               are limited to a combined total of 12 credits            Fall. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Neuros-
        niors in the Department of Psychology.                   in PSY 490 and PSY 491. R: Open to se-                   cience and Pathobiology and Diagnostic In-
Psychological research on the cognitive foundations              niors or juniors and approval of department.             vestigation and Pharmacology and Toxicol-
of social behavior. Attribution, stereotyping, impres-   Students work under direction of a faculty member                ogy and Zoology. Administered by Neuros-
sion formation, social memory, and persuasion.           on an experimental, theoretical, or applied problem.             cience. RB: Bachelor's degree in a Biologi-
                                                                                                                          cal Science or Psychology. R: Open to
441      Interpersonal Behavior and Groups (W)           491     Participation in Psychological Project                   graduate students in Neuroscience major.
         Spring of even years. 3(3-0) P: (PSY 235                Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 6 credits. A stu-    Nervous system specific gene transcription and
         and PSY 295) and completion of Tier I writ-             dent may earn a maximum of 12 credits in        translation. Maturation, degeneration, plasticity, and
         ing requirement R: Open only to juniors or              all enrollments for this course. RB: Nine       repair in the nervous system.
         seniors in the Department of Psychology.                credits in Psychology. Students are limited
Major theories and research findings in the social               to a combined total of 12 credits in PSY 490
psychology of group processes and interpersonal                  and PSY 491 R: Open to juniors or seniors       805      History of Psychology
relationships.                                                   and approval of department.                              Spring. 4(4-0) R: Open only to graduate
                                                         Students participate in a psychological project                  students in the Department of Psychology.
442     Stereotypes, Prejudice, and                      under direction of a faculty member.                    Scientific, cultural, philosophical, and personal influ-
        Discrimination (W)                                                                                       ences in the development of psychology. Persisting
        Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) P: (PSY 235 and        492     Special Topics in Psychology                    issues.
        PSY 295) and completion of Tier I writing                Fall, Spring. 1 to 3 credits. P: PSY 101 and
        requirement R: Open only to juniors or se-               PSY 295
        niors in the Department of Psychology or in      Special topics supplementing regular course offer-      806    Advanced Neuroscience Techniques
        the Interdisciplinary Studies in Social          ings proposed by faculty.                                      Laboratory
        Science major.                                                                                                  Spring. 3(0-9) Interdepartmental with Neu-
Cognitive processes in stereotyping. Contribution of     493     Issues in Psychology (W)                               roscience and Pharmacology and Toxicolo-
affect and motivation to the linkages among stereo-              Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: (PSY 101 and PSY               gy and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
types, prejudice, and discrimination.                            295) and completion of Tier I writing re-              and Radiology. Administered by Neuros-
                                                                 quirement                                              cience. RB: PHM 827 R: Open only to doc-
                                                         Current information, research, and practice in psy-            toral students in the Neuroscience major.
                                                         chology.                                                Methods and underlying principles of neuroscience
                                                                                                                 research.




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809     Developmental Psychobiology                      836     Personality Psychology                           854     Behavior Disorders in Children and
        Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) RB: (PSY 409) or               Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) R: Open only to                Families
        approval of department. R: Open only to                  graduate students in the Psychology major                Spring. 3(3-0) RB: PSY 853 R: Open only to
        graduate students in the Department of                   or approval of department.                               graduate students in the Department of
        Psychology.                                      Classic and contemporary theoretical and empirical               Psychology.
Basic principles of neural development over the life     issues in personality psychology.                        Developmental psychopathology. Explanations for
span.                                                                                                             the development of child behavior disorders.
                                                         837     Social Cognition
                                                                 Spring of even years. 3(3-0) RB: 15 credits      855     Theory and Practice of Psychotherapy
811     Advanced Behavioral Neuroscience                         of social sciences. R: Open only to graduate             Spring. 3(3-0) R: Open only to graduate
        Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Neu-               students in the Psychology major or ap-                  students in the Department of Psychology.
        roscience. Administered by Psychology. RB:               proval of department. SA: PSY 842A               Theoretical approaches to psychotherapy, and the
        (PSY 411) or approval of department. R:          Research on cognitive mediators of social behavior       practical application of techniques derived from
        Open only to graduate students in the Psy-       and life outcomes. Attribution, person perception,       these theories. Ethnic and gender issues in therapy.
        chology major or Neuroscience major.             stereotyping, attitudes, and social memory.
Biological mechanisms involved in learning and                                                                    860      Industrial and Organizational Psychology
memory, motivated behaviors, biological rhythms,         838       Interpersonal Behavior and                              Fall. 3(3-0) R: Open only to graduate stu-
and psychopathologies.                                             Relationships                                           dents in the Department of Psychology.
                                                                   Fall of even years. 3(3-0) RB: 15 credits in   Theory, research, and practice in organizational
                                                                   the social sciences. R: Open only to gradu-    training, development, and behavior.
814     Psycholinguistics                                          ate students in the Psychology major or ap-
        Spring of even years. 3(3-0) RB: PSY 414                   proval of department. SA: PSY 842B             862     Organizational Psychology and Behavior
        R: Open only to graduate students in the         Theory and empirical research on interpersonal                   Spring. 3(3-0) R: Open only to graduate
        Department of Psychology.                        processes. Social comparison, social support, self-              students in the Department of Psychology.
Language processing. Speech perception, lexical          evaluation, relationship development and dissolu-        Theory and research on individual behavior in com-
representation and access, sentence parsing, dis-        tion, attraction, and love.                              plex organizations. Industrial and organizational
course comprehension and memory, and language                                                                     psychology. Linking macro- and micro- research and
production.                                              839     Systems Neuroscience                             theory.
                                                                 Spring. 4(4-0) Interdepartmental with Hu-
                                                                 man Anatomy and Neuroscience and Phar-           863     Seminar in Cognitive Science
815      Quantitative Research Design and                        macology and Toxicology and Physiology                   Fall, Spring. 1(1-0) A student may earn a
         Analysis in Psychology                                  and Zoology. Administered by Neuros-                     maximum of 2 credits in all enrollments for
         Fall. 3(3-0) R: Open only to graduate stu-              cience. R: Open only to graduate students                this course. RB: Prior or current graduate-
         dents in the Department of Psychology.                  in the Colleges of Human Medicine, Osteo-                level work in at least one cognitive science
Design and analysis of psychological research.                   pathic Medicine, Agriculture and Natural                 related field
Applied descriptive and inferential statistical proce-           Resources,     Natural   Science,    Social      Contemporary issues, problems, theories, and data
dures. Emphasis on discerning and confirming                     Science, and Veterinary Medicine. SA: ANT        in cognitive science, seen from a variety of perspec-
structural relationships among psychological va-                 839                                              tives
riables. Analysis of variance, regression, and related   Anatomy, pharmacology, and physiology of multicel-
methods.                                                 lular neural systems. Sensory, motor, autonomic,         864      Personnel Selection
                                                         and chemo-regulatory systems in vertebrate brains.                Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) R: Open only to
                                                                                                                           graduate students in the Psychology major.
818     Psychometric Theory and Test                     840     Group Processes                                  Methods and research in personnel selection. Job
        Construction                                             Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) RB: 15 credits in    analysis, performance appraisal, and development
        Spring. 3(3-0) RB: PSY 817 R: Open only to               the social sciences. R: Open only to gradu-      of predictors. Evaluating validity, reliability, and utility
        graduate students in the Department of                   ate students in the Psychology major or ap-      of selection procedures.
        Psychology.                                              proval of department. SA: PSY 842C
Classical and item response theory approaches to         Contemporary theory and research dealing with the        865     Research Methods in Applied
test development. Validation of measures.                individual in a group context.                                   Psychology
                                                                                                                          Fall. 3(3-0) RB: PSY 815 R: Open only to
828     Clinical Assessment                              851     Neuropsychology                                          graduate students in the Department of
        Fall. 3(2-2) R: Open only to graduate stu-               Fall. 4(4-0) R: Open only to graduate stu-               Psychology major.
        dents in the Department of Psychology.                   dents in the Department of Psychology.           Human resource issues and applied research. Mea-
Cognitive, neuropsychological, projective, and be-       Basic research and theory in neuropsychology of          surement problems and issues. Planning, conduct-
havioral assessment. Ethical and statistical issues of   cognition, language, memory, emotion, motor skill,       ing, analyzing, and disseminating applied research.
assessment.                                              and lateralization of function. Emphasis on human
                                                         functions.                                               867      Nature and Practice of Cognitive Science
829   Child and Family Assessment                                                                                          Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Com-
      Spring of even years. 4(3-2) RB: PSY 828           852A   Neuropsychological Assessment                              puter Science and Engineering and Linguis-
      R: Open only to graduate students in the                  Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) RB: PSY 811                    tics and Philosophy and Zoology. Adminis-
      Department of Psychology.                                 and PSY 851 R: Open only to graduate stu-                  tered by Zoology. RB: Undergraduate
Assessment of behavioral, cognitive, psychomotor,               dents in the Department of Psychology.                     course work in behavioral biology, cognitive
and emotional problems in children and families.         Diagnosis of brain injuries through the study of brain            psychology, philosophy, linguistics, or artifi-
                                                         behavior processes. Concepts and tools relevant for               cial intelligence.
834     Social Psychology                                neuropsychological examinations.                         Survey of how different disciplines explore the cog-
        Fall of even years. 3(3-0) R: Approval of de-                                                             nitive processes underlying intelligent behavior.
        partment. Not open to students with credit in    852B    Neuropsychological Assessment
        SOC 870.                                                 Laboratory                                       870      Ecological-Community Psychology
Classic and contemporary theoretical and empirical               Spring of even years. 3(0-6) R: Open only to              Fall. 3(3-0) RB: PSY 815 or concurrently R:
issues in social psychology.                                     graduate students in the Psychology major.                Open only to graduate students in the De-
                                                         Theory and clinical interpretation of the Halstead                partment of Psychology.
835     Research Methods: Interpersonal and              Reitan Test Battery and selected other neuropsy-         Theory, methodology and research in experimental
        Individual Behavior                              chological tests.                                        ecological approaches to community psychology.
        Spring. 3(2-2) RB: PSY 815 or concurrently                                                                Identifying researchable problems and funding. The
        R: Open only to graduate students in the         853      Behavior Disorders                              dynamics of research teams.
        Department of Psychology.                                 Fall. 3(3-0) R: Open only to graduate stu-
Strategies and tactics for conducting systematic                  dents in the Department of Psychology.
empirical research on complex human functioning.         Classification, description, and etiology of behavior
Social and clinical phenomena.                           disorders. Conceptual models, epidemiology, and
                                                         review of major diagnostic classification systems.




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871     History and Theory in Ecological-                953      Social Systems: Theory, Research, and
        Community Psychology                                      Intervention Across the Life Span
        Fall. 3(3-0) RB: PSY 815 or concurrently R:               Fall of even years. 3(3-0)
        Open only to graduate students in the De-        Theories. Current research, and intervention strate-
        partment of Psychology.                          gies for communities, families, couples, and groups
Theoretical perspectives, contemporary problems,         across the life span.
philosophies of science, and ethical issues facing
the ecological psychologist.                             954      Cognitive-Behavioral Theory, Research,
                                                                  and Intervention Across the Life Span
872     Field Research in Psychology                              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) RB: Course(s) in
        Spring. 3(2-2) RB: PSY 815 R: Open only to                behavioral disorders.
        graduate students in the Department of           Theories, techniques, and empirical bases of beha-
        Psychology.                                      vioral and cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy.
Unobtrusive, observational, and interview measures.
Policy analysis, proposal preparation, and research      961     Training and Organizational
design.                                                          Development
                                                                 Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) RB: PSY 860 R:
873       Community Interventions                                Open only to graduate students in the De-
          Spring. 3(2-2) RB: PSY 815 and PSY 870                 partment of Psychology.
          and PSY 871 R: Open only to graduate stu-      Theory and research on identification, development,
          dents in the Department of Psychology.         and evaluation of training activities in organizations.
Entry and operational issues in community interven-      Analysis of organizational functioning and change.
tions and research. Group dynamics, community
politics, intervention integrity.                        962      Work Motivation and Job Satisfaction
                                                                  Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) RB: PSY 860 R:
890      Special Problems in Psychology                           Open only to graduate students in the De-
         Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 6 credits. A stu-             partment of Psychology.
         dent may earn a maximum of 24 credits in        General theories of human motivation, attitudes, and
         all enrollments for this course. R: Open only   affect. Specific theories of work motivation and job
         to graduate students in the Department of       satisfaction.
         Psychology.
Supervised student research on an experimental,          970    Advanced Topics in Ecological and
theoretical, or applied problem.                                Community Psychology
                                                                Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) A student may earn a
891      Special Topics in Psychology                           maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for
         Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 6 credits. A stu-           this course. R: Open only to graduate stu-
         dent may earn a maximum of 24 credits in               dents in the Department of Psychology.
         all enrollments for this course. R: Open to     Contemporary ecological and community psycholo-
         graduate students. Approval of department.      gy issues. Program evaluation, systems analysis.
Supervised student engagement in an experimental,        Empowerment, social support, and homelessness.
theoretical or applied topic.
                                                         992     Seminar in Psychology
899     Master's Thesis Research                                 Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) A student may earn a
        Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 8 credits. A stu-             maximum of 18 credits in all enrollments for
        dent may earn a maximum of 35 credits in                 this course. R: Open only to graduate stu-
        all enrollments for this course. R: Open only            dents in the Department of Psychology.
        to graduate students in the Department of        Theoretical and research topics in psychology.
        Psychology.
Master's thesis research.                                994      Practicum
                                                                  Fall, Spring. 1 to 3 credits. A student may
926      Scientific and Professional Ethics                       earn a maximum of 18 credits in all enroll-
         Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) R: Open to                   ments for this course. R: Open only to grad-
         graduate students in the Department of                   uate students in the Department of Psychol-
         Psychology.                                              ogy.
Ethical issues in human and animal research. Ethi-       Clinical assessment, consultation, and psychothera-
cal decisions involving issues of gender, ethnicity,     py. Supervised experience in assessment, consulta-
and cultural diversity in psychological practice.        tion, and psychotherapy with adults, families, and
                                                         children. Didactic seminar in related theory and
950     Advanced Child and Family Interventions          research.
        Fall. 3(3-0) RB: (PSY 854) or approval of
        department. R: Open only to graduate stu-        999    Doctoral Dissertation Research
        dents in the Psychology major or Marriage               Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 24 credits. A
        and Family Therapy major or Counseling                  student may earn a maximum of 75 credits
        Psychology major.                                       in all enrollments for this course. R: Open
Intervention approaches with children, families and             only to doctoral students in the Department
couples. Psychodynamic, experiential, and family                of Psychology.
systems perspectives. Empirical basis for interven-      Doctoral dissertation research.
tions.

952     Psychodynamic Theory, Research and
        Intervention Across the Life Span
        Spring of even years. 3(3-0) RB: (PSY 853
        and PSY 854) and graduate courses in be-
        havior disorders.
Psychodynamic theories. Research on psychody-
namic theoretical concepts and interventions. Inter-
vention concepts, techniques, and types.




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