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Psy 597C Introduction to Computer Programming for Non-Programmers
This class is designed for students who have no or little experience with computer programming, and is geared toward life science and psychology majors. Students will use the Matlab programming environment and learn to write basic data analyses programs, to set up graphic display of data and analysis results and to manage inputs and outputs to files. This course is hands on, and the emphasis is...
Psy 597D Program Evaluation
The practical application of theoretical learning within a group setting and involving an exchange of ideas and practical methods, skills, and principles.
Psy 597G Graphical Exploratory Data Analysis
Explores graphical methods for displaying and understanding data. Topics include displaying data, robust descriptive measures, re-expressing or transforming data, understanding residuals, time-series and growth curves, and using graphical methods in conjunction with hypothesis testing. Enrollees will explore a data set of their own throughout the course.
Psy 597H Human Neuroanatomy
This course provides an overview of the gross and sectional anatomy of the human brain and is designed to compliment PSY 502, Principles of Neuroanatomy.
Psy 621 Clinical Assessment Methods
Theory and practice in interview techniques and cognitive and personality assessment.
Psy 625A Psychosocial Interventions
Introduction to psychotherapy and psychotherapy research. Principles of behavior therapy. Marital and family therapy.
Psy 625B Psychosocial Interventions
Issues of therapy integration and factors common to all treatments.
Psy 694A Clinical Interview and Assessment
The focus of the assessment practicum is on learning to administer and interpret clinical assessment tools. Supervised assessments are an integral part of the course, as is report writing. Prior to learning specific instruments, some discussion of the development and validation of the specific assessment instruments is provided. This course open only to Clinical Psychology graduate students.
Psy 694B Psychotherapy
The Psychosocial Intervention Practicum is intended to provide advanced students in the doctoral program in clinical psychology with introductory training in the applied dimensions of psychotherapeutic interventions. The practicum uses a primarily cognitive behavioral therapy framework for course instruction, but students are exposed to a range of intervention techniques. In addition to a weekly...
Psy 694C Advance Psychotherapy
The practical application, on an individual basis, of previously studied theory and the collection of data for future theoretical interpretation.