Undergraduate Program

Courses

Check the course schedules/descriptions available via the Registrar's Office for the official schedules for the widest range of terms for which such information is available.

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Summer classes at Rochester are open to both Rochester students as well as students from other universities. For more information about summer studies at Rochester check out the summer sessions site. Follow the links below for a list of CSP and PSY summer classes . 

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Below you will find a list of all undergraduate courses that have been offered.
NOTE: Not all of these courses are offered in any given year.

CSP Courses

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CSP 161 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

Introduction to field of social psychology and overview of research on individual differences in personality. Topics include: the self, attributions, social cognition, interpersonal attraction, relationships, helping, social influence, traits, and motive dispositions. Students complete and receive personal feedback on a number of personality measures.

Prerequisites: None
Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 161W SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

Fulfills upper-level writing requirement.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 171 SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

An examination of the interpersonal, emotional, cognitive, and environmental factors that influence children's social and emotional development from early infancy through late adolescence.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 171W SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 181 THEORIES OF PERSONALITY AND PSYCHOTHERAPY

A survey of personality, emphasizing modern theoretical approaches, basic methods of investigation, and the relations of these theories to psychotherapy and behavioral change.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 181W THEORIES OF PERSONALITY AND PSYCHOTHERAPY

Fulfills Upper-Level Requirement

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 209 PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN SEXUALITY

Survey course on understanding sexuality. Includes such topics as biological sexual differentiation, gender role, gender-linked social behaviors, reproduction issues, intimacy, and the role of social and personal factors in psychosexual development.

Prerequisites: PSY 101
Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 209W PSYCH OF HUMAN SEXUALITY

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 210 SOCIAL COGNITION

Social cognition combines classic social psychology with methods and theories from cognitive psychology and neuroscience to study how people make sense of each other and the social world. We will examine how the social environment influences cognitive processes such as attention, heuristics, and appraisals, and how these processes in turn affect decisions, behaviors, and health. We will critically evaluate research on a variety of topics, such as emotion regulation, stereotyping and prejudice, and stress and decision making.

Prerequisites: PSY101 recommended
Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 210W SOCIAL COGNITION

Fulfills Upper-Level Requirement

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 211 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY

Introduction to the use of statistics in psychological research. Topics include descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, and inferential statistics. Examples are drawn from social and personality psychology. Logic of statistical inference and proper interpretation of research findings are emphasized. (Fall & Spring) Please note that, because of the significant overlap between them, students may earn degree credit for only one of these courses: CSP/PSY 211, STT 211 and STT 212.

Prerequisites: None
Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 219 RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY

An introduction to the basic concepts, logic, and procedures needed to do psychological research. Hands-on experience with all major phases of the research process is provided, including: surveying the existing literature, developing research hypotheses, collecting and analyzing data, and reporting the results in manuscript form. Fulfills upper level writing requirement.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 219W RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY

An introduction to the basic concepts, logic, and procedures needed to do psychological research. Hands-on experience with all major phases of the research process is provided, including: surveying the existing literature, developing research hypotheses, collecting and analyzing data, and reporting the results in manuscript form

Prerequisites: PSY 101 PSY 101 Required PSY 211 Required
Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 223 POS YOUTH DVLPMNT:CHILD/ADOL

No description

CSP 232 PSYCHOLOGY OF CONSUMERISM

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 232W PSYCHOLOGY OF CONSUMERISM

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 240 DEPRESSION & ANXIETY SEMINAR

No description

CSP 262 AN APPROACH TO HUMAN MOTIVATION

This course provides a review of the theoretical and empirical development of a contemporary approach to human motivation, namely, Self-Determination Theory, which originated at the University of Rochester and is currently researched by scholars around the world. Topics will also include applications of Self-Determination Theory to such domains as psychopathology and psychological health, work, education, sport, and culture

Prerequisites: CSP/PSY 161 OR 181
Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 262W AN APPROACH TO HUMAN MOTIVATION

Fulfills upper-level writing requirement.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 263 RELATIONSHIP PROCESS & EMOTIONS

Relationships are among the most important endeavors of human activity. In the past three decades, extensive theory and research has been devoted to understanding the processes that regulate thoughts, feelings, and behavior in meaningful relationships with friends, family, and romantic partners. We will review scientific research on important topics such as attraction, attachment, emotion, intimacy, conflict resolution, relationship development and deterioration, and the impact of relationships on physical health and emotional well-being.

Prerequisites: PSY 161, PSY 171, OR PSY 181
Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 263W RELATIONSHIP PROCESS AND EMOTIONS

Fulfills Upper-Level Requirement

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 264 INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

Applications of psychological theory and research to work settings. Topics include personnel selection, training and appraisal; organizational structure and transformation; performance in work groups; motivation and satisfaction; leadership; work conditions; and cross-cultural issues.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 264W INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 266 RESEARCH LAB IN SOCIAL PSYCH

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2010

CSP 266W RESEARCH LAB IN SOCIAL PSYCH

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement

Last Offered: Fall 2010

CSP 267 PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER

Exploration of the ways males and females differ in interaction, theories of development of sex differences, consequences for social change.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 267W PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 274W COMM YOUR PROF PSYCH ID

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 276 PSYCHOLOGY OF PARENTING

Parenting and family life are emphasized from developmental, ecological, and cross-cultural perspectives. Caregiving in diverse family forms and cultures is studied in relation to adult-child interactions, parent/school/community relations, family roles, laws, and parenting skills. Issues related to aspects of diversity in contemporary families are included.

Prerequisites: PSY 171
Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 278 ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT

This course surveys theory and research relating to normal development during adolescence. Adolescent development is examined in a variety of contexts, including families, peer groups, and schools, and issues pertaining to biological, social, and cognitive development are discussed.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 278W ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT

Fulfills upper-level writing requirement.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 280 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

An introduction to the field of clinical psychology. Students are exposed to prevalent theoretical and research models, as well as approaches and research findings to assessment and diagnosis, and treatment modalities.

Prerequisites: PSY 101, PSY 282, or PSY 289
Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 280W CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

Fulfills upper-level writing requirement.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 281 PSYCHOLOGY AND THE LAW

This course provides an introduction and overview to the intersection between psychology and the legal system. Topics will include: forensic assessment, expert testimony, children and adolescents and the legal system, and the application of psychological science to legal issues.

Prerequisites: PSY 101 Recommended
Last Offered: Fall 2014

CSP 281W PSYCHOLOGY AND THE LAW

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement

Last Offered: Fall 2014

CSP 282 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

This course provides a conceptual overview to the field of psychopathology. We will discuss assessment and diagnosis, etiology, developmental course, treatment, and prognosis of the major psychological disorders. Current theory and research will be emphasized.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 282W ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

Fulfills upper-level writing requirement.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 283 BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE

An overview of the application of behavior/lifestyle change approaches to the treatment of medical disorders, and the examination of interfaces between behavior and physiology. Topics include diabetes, cardiovascular risk factors, chronic pain, and cancer.

Prerequisites: PSY 101 Required
Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 283W BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE

Fulfills upper-level writing requirement.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 289 DEVELOPMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

Presents theory, research, assessment, and intervention in child and adolescent psychological disorder. Contributions of the normal developmental perspective to understanding psychopathology and risk, and vice versa, are emphasized.

Prerequisites: PSY 101
Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 289W DEVELOPMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 301W TEACHING PSYCHOLOGY

In-depth consideration of topics in psychology and their communication. PSY 101 is a lab for this course.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 302 TEACHING PSY OF PERSONALITY

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 303 TEACHING PSYCH OF MOTIVATION

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 309 HONORS SEMINAR

A survey of the range of research conducted by department faculty. Involves planning for engaging in thesis research and the consideration of research design and presentation issues.

Prerequisites: PSY 101 Required STT 211 Required
Last Offered: Spring 2010

CSP 310W HONORS RESEARCH

Development and conduct of research leading to the Honors Thesis.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 311 HONORS RESEARCH

Development and conduct of research leading to the Honors Thesis.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 320 STEREOTYPING & PREJUDICE

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 323 POS YOUTH DVLPMNT:CHILD/ADOL

No description

CSP 323W POS YOUTH DVLPMNT:CHILD/ADOL

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 325W SUICIDE AND SELF-INJURY

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 340 DEPRESSION & ANXIETY SEMINAR

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2015

CSP 351 RESEARCH IN DEVELOPMENT NEUROPSYCHOLOGY

This course provides guided, direct research experiences in developmental neuropsychology, with a particular focus on autism and other developmental disabilities.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 352 RESEARCH IN DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY

This course provides guided, direct research experiences in developmental neuropsychology, with a particular focus on autism and other developmental disabilities.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 356 RESEARCH IN ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT

This course provides guided, direct experiences with research on adolescent development, with a particular focus on adolescence in the contest of family relationships.

Last Offered: Spring 2015

CSP 357 CHILD & ADOLESC SOC DEV

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 364 ACHIEVEMENT & MOTIVATION

Seminar on achievement motivation, including achievement motives, achievement goals, and the strategies individuals use in achievement settings.

Last Offered: Fall 2013

CSP 365 COMPETENCE&MOT:DEV COUNTRIES

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2015

CSP 366 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY & CONTROL

Determinants and consequences of the need for control and perceived control, and their relation to individual and social behavior.

CSP 368W SEMINAR IN HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY

An introduction to the theory and methods of humanistic psychology with particular emphasis on humanistic approaches to psychotherapy and growth. The approach is learning through experience. The class employs the methods of humanistic psychology, including demonstrations and experimentation. Assignments include regular reading and writing. Writings require the applications of theory to one’s own life experiences. This is an upper-level writing course for all participants.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 369 RESEARCH IN HUMAN MOTIVATION

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 371 SEMINAR IN SOCIAL & PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT

Guided by a family systems perspective, this seminar explores children’s social and emotional development within contexts of parent-child, interparental, and sibling relationships. Designed for advanced undergraduate students, the course primarily covers research findings and theories and requires research proposal writing and class presentations.

CSP 372 SOCIAL STRESS RESEARCH

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 373 EXPLORING RESEARCH IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY I

First-hand team experience with ongoing research in social psychology areas.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 373W EXPLORING RESEARCH IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY I

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 374 EXPLORING RESEARCH IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY II

First-hand team experience with ongoing research in social psychology areas.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 375 ADVANCED TOPICS: RELATIONSHIPS & EMOTIONS

This seminar course will cover theory and research in the social psychology of relationships and emotions. Among the topics to be covered are attraction, theories of social interaction, relationship maintenance processes, emotional expression in relationships, and emotion regulation. Class format will be discussion of published empirical studies and theories. Evaluation will be based on written assignments, class participation, and an oral presentation. Students who enroll for the course should have experience reading articles from the psychological literature. Please note that the content of this course is intended to build on CSP/PSY 263.

CSP 375W ADV TOP:RELATIONSHIPS & EMO

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2013

CSP 376 SEM IN MOTIVATION THEORIES

Deals with contemporary theories of human motivation in social, personality, and developmental psychology. PSY 262 is a prerequisite for this course. Note: Instructor permission required.

Prerequisites: CSP/PSY 262
Last Offered: Spring 2013

CSP 377 EXPLORING RESEARCH IN FAMILY PSYCHOLOGY

Provides guided, direct, research experiences in investigating the interplay between family relationships and children’s social and emotional development. Emphasis is placed on gaining knowledge in translating theories (e.g., family systems theory) into empirically testable hypotheses and designing research methods and techniques to test predictions.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 378 EXPLORING RESEARCH IN FAMILY PSYCHOLOGY II

Provides guided, direct, research experiences in investigating the interplay between family relationships and children's social and emotional development. Emphasis is placed on gaining knowledge in translating theories (e.g., family systems theory) into empirically testable hypotheses and designing research methods and techniques to test predictions.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 378W EXPLORING RESEARCH

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2012

CSP 379 GERIATRIC MENTAL HEALTH PRAC

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 380 GERIATRIC MENTL HLTH PRAC II

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 381 PSYCHOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

This course provides an introduction to the unique characteristics and challenges of individuals with developmental disabilities across the lifespan. We address the main concepts and issues involved in the identification, treatment, education, and support of children and adults with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities. We also explore current beliefs about intelligence, historical trends in society’s perspectives on disabilities, and legal and ethical considerations. The class format includes both lecture and discussion.

CSP 382 RESEARCH ON ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR

This course will consist of participation in ongoing research on the causes and consequences of antisocial behavior in children and adolescents, with an emphasis on female populations. Students will also participate in a weekly lab meeting designed to promote knowledge of literature in this field, as well as to learn more about specific topics of interest.

Last Offered: Fall 2014

CSP 382W RESEARCH ON ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement

Last Offered: Fall 2014

CSP 383 MORAL DEVELOPMENT

This seminar focuses on the psychological study of moral development. Different theoretical approaches to morality and related empirical research are discussed. The primary focus is from a developmental psychology perspective, but philosophical and educational issues also are considered.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CSP 383W MORAL DEVELOPMENT

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement

Last Offered: Fall 2014

CSP 384 PRACTICUM IN DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

Explores educational, therapeutic, and social challenges in developmental disabilities. Students spend approximately eight hours per week in a supervised educational or treatment setting as well as participate in weekly meetings to review and discus general issues in the field.

Last Offered: Fall 2014

CSP 385 PRACTICUM IN DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

Explores educational, therapeutic, and social challenges in developmental disabilities. Students will spend approximately 8 hours per week in a supervised educational or treatment setting as well as participate in weekly meetings to review and discuss general issues in the field.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 385W PRAC IN DEVELOP DISABILITIES

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 386 ADVANCED EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Examines normative growth and individual differences in emotional development from birth through adolescence. Within each major developmental period, advances in the expression, regulation, and understanding of emotions is explored. The effects of culture and socialization practices on emotional development is emphasized.

CSP 387 SOCIAL PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2015

CSP 387W RESCH ON ANTISOCIAL BEHAV II

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2014

CSP 388 RESEARCH PRACTICES IN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY I

Experience in conducting research in the area of developmental psychopathology involving patterns of development in high-risk children.

Last Offered: Fall 2015

CSP 389 RESEARCH PRACTICES IN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY II

A continuation of CSP 388.

CSP 390 SUPERVISED TEACHING

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 391 INDEPENDENT STUDY

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 391W INDEPENDENT STUDY

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 392 PRACTICUM

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2015

CSP 393 SENIOR PROJECT

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2012

CSP 394 INTERNSHIP

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 394W INTERNSHIP

No description

CSP 395 HONORS SEMINAR

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 396 RELATIONSHIPS RESEARCH

Consideration of recent experimental and theoretical contributions in several selected areas of psychology.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 396W RESEARCH: SOCIAL STRESS LAB

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CSP 398 RESEARCH IN MOTIVATION

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY Courses

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PSY 101 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY

Is a balanced and integrated survey of psychology with coverage of both social and natural science domains. Sections of PSY 101 vary, but most consist of lectures, readings, discussions, and demonstrations. One Fall section is limited to Freshmen only.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 110 NEURAL FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIOR

Introduces the structure and organization of the brain, and its role in perception, movement, thinking, and other behavior. Topics include the brain as a special kind of computer, localization of function, effects of brain damage and disorders, differences between human and animal brains, sex differences, perception and control of movement, sleep, regulation of body states and emotions, and development and aging.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 110W NEURAL FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIOR

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement.

Last Offered: Fall 2010

PSY 111 FOUNDATIONS OF COG SCIENCE

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 112 COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY

Provides an introduction to basic concepts in modern cognitive psychology. Topics covered include pattern recognition, attention and memory, concepts and categories, language comprehension and production, and higher-level thinking, such as reasoning and decision making.

Last Offered: Spring 2012

PSY 112W COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement.

Last Offered: Spring 2013

PSY 113 BIOPSYCHOLOGY OF SOCIAL & CLINICAL BEHAVIORS

An exploration of biological explanations of topics in social and clinical psychology, e.g., emotions, sexuality, psychopathology, and addictions.

Last Offered: Spring 2012

PSY 113W BIOPSYCH OF SOC & CLIN BEHAV

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2013

PSY 151 PERCEPTION & ACTION

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 152 LANGUAGE & PSYCHOLINGUISTICS

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 153 COGNITION

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 161 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY & INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

An introduction to the field of social psychology and an overview of research on individual differences in personality. Topics include the self, attitudes, social cognition, emotion, interpersonal attraction, relationships, helping, social influence, group behavior, and dispositional differences among people. Students will complete several individual difference measures and receive individualized feedback at the end of the course. Format is lectures augmented with discussions and demonstrations.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 161W SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY & INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 171 SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

An examination of the interpersonal, emotional, cognitive, and environmental factors that influence children's social and emotional development from early infancy through late adolescence.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 171W SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 172 DEVELOPMENT OF MIND & BRAIN

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 172W DEVELOPMENT OF MIND & BRAIN

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 181 THEORIES OF PERSONALITY & PSYCHOTHERAPY

A survey of personality, emphasizing modern theoretical approaches, basic methods of investigation, and the relations of these theories to psychotherapy and behavioral change.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 181W THEORY OF PERSONALITY & PSYCHOTHERAPY

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 183 ANIMAL MINDS

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 200 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS&EXP DSG

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2010

PSY 200P STAT ANALYSIS&EXP DESIGN-LAB

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2010

PSY 205 LAB IN DEVELOPMENT&LEARNING

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 208 LAB IN PERCEPTION&COGNITION

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 209 PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN SEXUALITY

Survey course on understanding sexuality. Includes such topics as biological sexual differentiation, gender role, gender-linked social behaviors, reproduction issues, intimacy, and the role of social and personal factors in psychosexual development.

Prerequisites: PSY 101
Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 209W PSYCH OF HUMAN SEXUALITY

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 210 SOCIAL COGNITION

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 210W SOCIAL COGNITION

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 211 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY

Introduction to the use of statistics in psychological research. Topics include descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, and inferential statistics. Examples are drawn from social and personality psychology. Logic of statistical inference and proper interpretation of research findings are emphasized. Please note that, because of the significant overlap between them, students may earn degree credit for only one of these courses: BCS 200, CSP/PSY 211, STT 211 and STT 212.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 219 RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 219W RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY

An introduction to the basic concepts, logic, and procedures needed to do psychological research. Hands-on experience with all major phases of the research process is provided, including: surveying the existing literature, developing research hypotheses, collecting and analyzing data, and reporting the results in manuscript form.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 221 AUDITORY PERCEPTION

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 223 POS YOUTH DVLPMNT:CHILD/ADOL

No description

PSY 232 PSYCHOLOGY OF CONSUMERISM

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 232W PSYCHOLOGY OF CONSUMERISM

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 240 DEPRESSION & ANXIETY SEMINAR

No description

PSY 242 NEUROPSYCHOLOGY

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 246 BIOLOGY OF MENTAL DISORDERS

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 259 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 259W LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2013

PSY 261 LANGUAGE USE & UNDERSTANDING

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 262 AN APPROACH TO HUMAN MOTIVAT

A study of the motivational and emotional processes and theories that underlie both adaptive and maladaptive behavior. Includes consideration of research largely with human subjects.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 262W HUMAN MOTIVATION & EMOTION

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 263 RELATIONSHIP PROCESS & EMOTIONS

Relationships are among the most important endeavors of human activity. In the past two decades, extensive theory and research has been devoted to understanding the processes of regulating people's thoughts, feelings, and behavior in meaningful relationships with friends, family, and romantic partners. The purpose of this seminar will be to explore this literature. We will examine psychological research on such important topics as attachment, emotion, intimacy, conflict resolution, relationship differences and similarities, and the impact of relationships on physical health and emotional well-being (as well as other topics that may arise).

Prerequisites: PSY 161, PSY 171, OR PSY 181
Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 263W RELATIONSHIPS PROCESS & EMOTIONS

Fulfills Upper-Level Writing Requirement.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 264 INDUSTRIAL&ORGANIZATNAL PSYC

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 264W INDUSTRIAL&ORGANIZATNAL PSYC

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 265 LANGUAGE & THE BRAIN

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 266 RESEARCH LAB IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2010

PSY 266W RESEARCH LAB IN SOCIAL PSYCH

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2010

PSY 267 PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 267W PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 274W COMM YOUR PROF PSYCH ID

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 276 PSYCHOLOGY OF PARENTING

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 278 ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 278W ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 280 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 280W CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 281 PSYCHOLOGY AND THE LAW

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2014

PSY 281W PSYCHOLOGY AND THE LAW

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2014

PSY 282 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 282W ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 283 BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 283W BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 289 DEVLP CHILD PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 289W DEVLP CHILD PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 301W TEACHING PSYCHOLOGY

In-depth consideration of topics in psychology and their communication. PSY 101 is a lab for this course.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 302 TEACHING PSY OF PERSONALITY

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 303 TEACHING PSYCH OF MOTIVATION

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 309 HONORS SEMINAR

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2010

PSY 310W HONORS RESEARCH

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 311 HONORS RESEARCH

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 320 STEREOTYPING & PREJUDICE

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 323 POS YOUTH DVLPMNT:CHILD/ADOL

No description

PSY 323W POS YOUTH DVLPMNT:CHILD/ADOL

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 325W SUICIDE AND SELF-INJURY

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 340 DEPRESSION & ANXIETY SEMINAR

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2015

PSY 351 RESEARCH IN DEV NEUROPSYCHOL

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 352 RES IN DEVELPMNTL NEURSPSY

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 356 RES IN ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMNT

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2015

PSY 357 CHILD & ADOLESC SOC DEV

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 364 ACHIEVEMENT & MOTIVATION

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2013

PSY 365 COMPETENCE&MOT:DEV COUNTRIES

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Last Offered: Spring 2015

PSY 368W SEMINAR IN HUMANISTIC PSYCH

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 369 RESEARCH IN HUMAN MOTIVATION

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 372 SOCIAL STRESS RESEARCH

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 373 EXPLORING RES. IN SOC PSY I

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 373W EXPLORING RES. IN SOC PSY I

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Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 374 EXPLORING RES IN SOC PSY II

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Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 374W EXPLORING RES IN SOC PSY II

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Last Offered: Spring 2010

PSY 375 LAB IN INFANT DEVELOPMENT

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PSY 375W ADV TOP:RELATIONSHIPS & EMO

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2013

PSY 376 SEM IN MOTIVATION THEORIES

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Last Offered: Spring 2013

PSY 377 EXPLORING RESRCH IN FAM PSY

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 378 EXPLOR RESRCH IN FAM PSY II

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 378W EXPLORING RESEARCH

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Last Offered: Spring 2012

PSY 379 GERIATRIC MENTAL HEALTH PRAC

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 380 GERIATRIC MENTL HLTH PRAC II

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 382 RESEARCH OF ANTISOCIAL BEHAV

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2014

PSY 382W RESEARCH OF ANTISOCIAL BEHAV

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2014

PSY 383 MORAL DEVELOPMENT

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 383W MORAL DEVELOPMENT

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2014

PSY 384 PRAC IN DEVELOP DISABILITIES

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Last Offered: Fall 2014

PSY 385 PRAC IN DEVELOP DISABILITIES

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 386 RES: POSITIVE YOUTH DVLPMNT

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 387 SOCIAL PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2015

PSY 387W RESCH ON ANTISOCIAL BEHAV II

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2014

PSY 388 PRAC:GERIATRICS & MNTL HLTH

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PSY 390 SUPERVISED TEACHING OF PSYCH

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Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 390A SUPERVISED TEACHING

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Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 391 INDEPENDENT STUDY

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Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 391W INDEPENDENT STUDY

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Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 392 PRACTICUM

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Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 393 SENIOR PROJECT

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Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 394 INTERNSHIP

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Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 394W INTERNSHIP

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

PSY 395 HONORS RESEARCH

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 395W INDEPENDENT RESEARCH

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 396 RESEARCH IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLGY

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 396W RESEARCH: SOCIAL STRESS LAB

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

PSY 398 RESEARCH IN MOTIVATION

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017