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Psy 101 - Introduction to Psychology
Psy 150A1 The Structure of Mind and Behavior
Mind, Self and Language - Only for students who have not taken PSYC 101 (Introduction to Psychology). An introduction to mind and behavior. Broad coverage of wide-ranging issues including how minds reflect social influence and how neural systems underlie thoughts and conscious awareness. Equivelant to INDV 101 (The Structure of Mind and Behavior).
Psy 197A Undergraduate Psychology Exploration Program (UPEP)
Mentors will assist the instructor in increasing students' awareness of campus resources and foster the development of appropriate skills to assist in the students' personal, academic, and professional development. In addition, this course will briefly introduce students to various fields within psychology and career opportunities. It combines class activities and discussions with out-of-class...
Psy 197B Academic and Career Success for Psychology Majors
This course will introduce students to various fields within psychology and career opportunities. It also addresses student concerns about topics like study skills, learning styles, time management, and overall success in the Psychology major. Combining in-class activities and discussions with out-of-class learning experiences, this course helps students develop the skills to be successful...
Psy 216 Psychology of Gender
Analysis of gender differences and their source in biology and culture.
Psy 230 Psychological Measurement and Statistics
Measurement, quantitative description, and statistical inference as applied to psychological variables.
Psy 240 Developmental Psychology
Survey of research and theory in child development. Examines age-related change in the social, emotional, cognitive, and linguistic domains from infancy to adolescence. Emphasizes the exploration of the empirical literature in psychology, biology, and social science as it relates to developmental issues.
Psy 254 Psychology of Love and Spirituality
Introduction to theory and research on the psychology of love and spirituality, with applications to mental, physical, and spiritual health.
Psy 273 Psychology of Excellence
Psychological theories, research, and intervention strategies relevant to performing in life settings as diverse as academics, career, athletics, performing arts, and interpersonal relations.
Psy 277 Law and Policy in Society: Psychological and Sociological Perspectives
Interdisciplinary consideration of the origins, definitions, operations, theories, and trajectories of law and legal systems in contemporary society. Excellent preparation for upper-division courses on law and law related topics in the social and behavioral sciences or public administration.