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Course Descriptions

PSYC 101 - Introductory Psychology: Social, Developmental, and Clinical Focus
An introduction to the study of adjustment, disorders, development, personality and the social environment of the person.

PSYC 102 - Introductory Psychology: Biological and Cognitive Focus
An introduction to the study of brain and behaviour, perception, learning, memory, cognition, motivation and emotion.

PSYC 204 - Research Methods in Psychology
An examination of research methods in psychology. Psychology majors should take this course early in their programs, as it is relevant to all areas of psychology and is a prerequisite for many upper year courses. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC 102.***

PSYC 210 - Lifespan Developmental Psychology
An introduction to biological, cognitive, and social aspects of psychological development across the lifespan. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC 102.***

PSYC 220 - Social Psychology
The study of human behaviour in its social context dealing with the impressions we form of others and emphasizing the influence of group membership and interactions upon important psychological processes. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC 102***

PSYC 230 - Personality Psychology
A survey of theory and research related to individual differences in thinking, feeling, and behaving. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC 102.***

PSYC 255 - Biological Foundations of Behaviour
An introduction to the structure and function of the nervous system and the cells that comprise it. Emphasis is placed on neuroplasticity, by examining how the brain effects and is affected by normal and abnormal behaviour. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC 102*** *Note: Students who have completed BIOL 407 may not take this course for credit*

PSYC 270 - Human Information Processing
A survey of theory and research findings in the areas of perception, attention, memory, language, and human reasoning. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC 102.***

PSYC 305 - Statistics in Psychology
An examination of statistical principles and their application to solving research problems in psychology. This course reviews descriptive statistics and emphasizes univariate inferential statistics. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 204*** *Note: Students who have completed STAT 160 or STAT 200 may not take this course for credit. STAT 160 or STAT 200 will fulfill the major requirement.*

PSYC 310 - Child Development
An in-depth study of the biological, cognitive, and social aspects of psychological development during the prenatal period, infancy, early and middle childhood. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 204 and PSYC 210.***

PSYC 311 - Adolescent Development
An in-depth study of the biological, cognitive, and social aspects of psychological development during the period from early to late adolescence. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 204 and PSYC 210.***

PSYC 320 - Advanced Topics in Social Psychology
An examination of selected topics, key issues, and current debates in social psychology. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 220***

PSYC 321 - Forensic Psychology
An overview of the field of forensic psychology – the intersection of psychology and the law. Topics include: psychology of police investigations, deception, eyewitness testimony, child victims and witnesses, juries, mental illness in court, sentencing and parole, domestic violence, sexual offenders, psychopathy, risk assessment, and special offender populations. ***Prerequisite: Completion of 60 credit hours including PSYC 101 and PSYC 102. Declared Justice Studies majors may enroll with completion of 60 credit hours including PSYC 101 or PSYC 102.*** *Note: Students may receive credit for one of PSYC 321 or PSYC 320 as a forensic course.*

PSYC 330 - Psychology of Women
An examination of the major theories, research methodologies, and data in the field of the psychology of women. Philosophical values of feminism and the psychological impact of women's historical roles in society, and cultural perspectives pertaining to women will be considered throughout. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101, PSYC 102, and two 200 level courses in the social sciences, or permission of the Department Head.***

PSYC 333 - Abnormal Psychology
The course focuses on the psychological study of mental disorders such as depression, anxiety disorders and schizophrenia. ***Prerequisite: Completion of 60 credit hours including PSYC 101 and PSYC 102.***

PSYC 335 - Psychology of Individual Behaviour and Interpersonal Relations
A study of the relationship between the self-concept and social behaviour in terms of the theoretical formulations of motivation, attitude formation, and group process. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 220 and PSYC 230.***

PSYC 336 - Humanistic Psychology
A comprehensive examination of the major theorists and key issues in humanistic psychology. *** Prerequisite: PSYC 230 ***

PSYC 337 - Psychodynamic Psychology
An examination of theories and issues in psychodynamic psychology. *** Prerequisite: PSYC 230 ***

PSYC 338 - Motivation and Emotion
A survey of theory and research findings in the areas of motivation and emotion. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 204 and PSYC 230.***

PSYC 340 - Psychology and Environmental Change
Mismatch between human activities and ecological maintenance processes causes many environmental problems. Psychology can thus be an important contributor to developing sustainable environmental practices. This class will review psychological theory and research on factors that influence environmentally responsible or irresponsible behaviour. ***Prerequisite: Completion of 45 credit hours including PSYC 101 or PSYC 102, or permission of the Department Head.***

PSYC 355 - Brain Mechanisms and Behaviour
An examination of the neural mechanisms underlying a broad range of normal and abnormal behaviours. Emphasis is placed on the neural mechanisms underlying motivation and arousal, learning and memory, and mental disorders. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 204 and PSYC 255.***

PSYC 356 - Human Neuropsychology
An examination of human brain-behaviour relationships and the effects of brain damage on behaviour. Topics may include: neuropsychological assessment and research methods in behavioural neuroscience; laterality; neuroplasticity; and neural mechanisms underlying emotion, sensory, and motor processing. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 204 and PSYC 255.***

PSYC 371 - Learning
A survey of theory and research findings in the areas of human and animal learning. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 204 and PSYC 270.***

PSYC 372 - Memory
A survey of theory and research findings in the area of memory and attention. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 204 and PSYC 270.***

PSYC 373 - Human Reasoning
Examines how people use, misuse, and fail to use available information in reasoning and decision-making with emphasis on theoretical, interdisciplinary approaches to understanding human reasoning and applications in everyday life. Discussion of contemporary issues will complement “hands-on” experience in designing and executing an empirical research study. ***Prerequisites: PSYC 204 and PSYC 270.*** *Note: PSYC 220 is recommended.*

PSYC 374 - Psycholinguistics
A survey of theory and research findings in the areas of language acquisition and use. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101, PSYC 102, and PSYC 270.***

PSYC 375 - Perception
A survey of theory, research findings, and research methodology in the areas of sensation and perception. Students are familiarized with methods commonly used in perception research through completion of several laboratory assignments. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 204 and PSYC 270.***

PSYC 382 - Consciousness Studies
An in-depth examination of consciousness as it is viewed from the cognitive and neuroscience perspectives. This is not a survey course. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 270, and at least one additional 200-level PSYC course, or permission of the Department Head.***

PSYC 383 - Health Psychology
A general interest course in Health Psychology examining how stress and social experiences influence health across the lifespan, the psychological ramifications of chronic and terminal illnesses (e.g. heart disease, cancer, diabetes) and common interventions used by health psychologists to foster psychological and physical wellbeing. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC 102, or permission of the Department Head.*** *Note: Students may receive credit for one of PSYC 388AD or PSYC 383.*

PSYC 388 - Special Topics an AA to ZZ series
Current interest topics and occasional offerings. Designed for students with minimal background in psychology ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 or PSYC 102 or permission of the Department Head and completion of 60 credit hours.***

PSYC 388AA - Political Psychology
This course introduces students to the field of political psychology. Drawing on social, personality and cognitive theories in psychology, this course explores psychological understandings of a variety of political issues such as voter behavior, leadership, political conflict, reconciliation, terrorism and extremism. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC 102.***

PSYC 388AB - Positive Psychology
This course will include historical and philosophical foundations of positive psychology while reviewing related disciplines and discussing their contributions to the field. Some areas of focus will be: well-being, virtues, values, strengths, self-actualization, love and friendships, resilience, positive affect, optimism and hope, gratitude, lifespan, and organizations. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC 102.***

PSYC 388AC - Cross Cultural Psychology
In order to better understand how clinical psychology seeks to investigate and apply concepts of disorder to other cultures, it is important to examine the factors in western culture that contribute to the development of these concepts in the first place. This course will review how psychological/psychiatric disorders are derived, which then allows for a fuller understanding of the extent to which these disorders apply across cultures. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 or PSYC 102, or permission of the Department Head and completion of 60 credit hours.***

PSYC 388AE - Issues in Professional Leadership
Leadership involves competence in discipline-specific problem solving and management of people, which is enhanced by knowledge of human nature. This course will discuss psychological knowledge of attention, communication, motivation, and decision-making relevant to professional leadership contexts to enhance success in building relationships for purposes such as managing problem-solving teams and communicating with policy-makers and the public. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 or PSYC 102 or permission of the Department Head and completion of 60 credit hours.***

PSYC 388AF - Psychology of Evil
Using examples from psychological research and historical events such as the Stanford Prison Experiment, residential schools, and the Holocaust, this course will examine the processes that lead humans to commit and/or tolerate large scale acts of evil. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC 102, or permission of the Department Head and completion of 60 credit hours.***

PSYC 388AG - Women's Reproductive Mood Disorders
A general interest course exploring the phenomenology of women's reproductive mood disorders - mood disorders that are triggered by female reproductive events. The characteristics, causes and consequences of premenstrual dysphoric disorder, depression during pregnancy, postpartum depression and perimenopausal depression will be a particular focus. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 or PSYC 102 or permission of the Department Head and completion of 60 credit hours.***

PSYC 388AH - Mental Health in the Workplace
Mental health in the workplace provides an overview of the basic concepts, theories, and research on mental health in the workplace. Through this course the student will have a better understanding of how to prevent, intervene, and accommodate mental health concerns in the workplace. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC 102.***

PSYC 388AI - Human Sexuality
This course covers many aspects of human sexuality focusing on both theory and current research. The basics of sex and sexuality will be explored, including history of sex research, sexual anatomy, and the nature of sexual response. Specialized topics, such as sexual dysfunctions and sexual violence, will also be discussed. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 or PSYC 102 or permission of the department head and completion of 60 credit hours***

PSYC 388AJ - Psychology of the Jury
An examination of juror decision-making research from Canada and the United States. Topics may include: the CSI-Effect, perceived police legitimacy, juror selection, and emotion, in addition to other pre-trial, mid-trial, and post-trial sources of juror bias. ***Prerequisites Psyc 101 and Psyc 102 or permission of the department head and completion 60 Credit Hours***

PSYC 388AK - The Psychology of Pandemics
Psychological factors play a key role in pandemics, from influencing adherence to public health measures that are vital in mitigating viral spread to the way in which people cope with the threat of pandemic infection and related sequalea to increases in stigmatization and xenophobia. This course will provide an in depth overview of the history of pandemics, the current evidence regarding the role of psychological factors in pandemics, and implications for preparedness for future pandemics. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 204***

PSYC 400 - Honours Thesis in Psychology - an AA-CC series.
A research thesis in psychology. ***Prerequisite: Completion of 90 credit hours including all Arts core (BA) or Science cognate (BSc) courses, all required 200 level psychology courses and PSYC 305. PSYC 405 must either precede or be taken concurrently with PSYC 400. At the time of registration for the course, a student must have a GPA of at least 75% in psychology courses and 70% in courses that form part of the degree program.*** **Registration is subject to the availability of thesis supervisors and must be approved by the Honours Committee.** *Note: The required 6 credit hours must be spread equally over two consecutive semesters (PSYC 400AA/AB).*

PSYC 400AA - Honours Thesis - First Half
A research thesis in psychology. **Permission of the Department Head is required to register.**

PSYC 400AB - Honours Thesis - Second Half
A research thesis in psychology. **Permission of the Department Head is required to register.**

PSYC 405 - Advanced Statistics in Psychology
Examination of models of analysis appropriate to psychology and related disciplines, emphasizing analysis of variance and regression, and other topics in data analysis in psychology. Labs will introduce students to data analysis using statistical packages such as SPSS and R. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 204 and PSYC 305. A minimum grade of 65% in PSYC 305 or permission of the instructor***

PSYC 408 - History and Systems in Psychology
A survey of the origins, theoretical approaches, and methodologies of psychology. ***Prerequisite: Two 300-level PSYC courses.*** *Note: Students who have previously received credit for PSYC 406 and/or PSYC 407 may not take PSYC 408 for credit.*

PSYC 415 - Selected Topics in Developmental Psychology - an AA-ZZ series.
A seminar course dealing with current topics in developmental psychology. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 210.***

PSYC 415AD - Infant Development
This course will survey the psychological development of the human infant, from the prenatal period to approximately 2 years of age. We will examine research into infants' physical, cognitive, and social development, and consider the relative influence of biological and environmental factors in early development. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 310***

PSYC 415AE - Social-Emotional Development and Applications
This course examines theory and research on social and emotional development from birth through adolescence and the relative influence of various contextual factors, such as peers, out-of-home care, and media. Implications for problematic outcomes in families, daycares, and schools, and for prevention and intervention practices, will be discussed. ***Prerequisite: PSYC210***

PSYC 415AF - Theory of Mind
This seminar course will cover both seminal and current research on the development of Theory of Mind, as well as its conceptual and biological underpinnings. ***Prerequisites: PSYC 270, PSYC 310, & PSYC 305***

PSYC 420 - Selected Topic in Social Psychology
A seminar on a selected topic in social psychology. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 320 or permission of the Department Head.***

PSYC 455 - Selected Topics in Behavioural Neuroscience - an AA-ZZ series
An advanced seminar course on a selected topic in behavioural neuroscience. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 355 or 356***

PSYC 455AA - Psychoactive Drug Effects on Brain and Behaviour
An advanced seminar course examining psychoactive drug effects on brain and behaviour. ***Prerequisite PSYC 355 or PSYC 356***

PSYC 455AB - The Laterality of Everyday Life
An advanced seminar course examining laterality theories, concepts, and research methods and their application in everyday life. ***Prerequisite PSYC 355 or PSYC 356.***

PSYC 460 - Introduction to Clinical Psychology
An introduction to Clinical Psychology, which is a broad field of practice ad research concerned with the application of psychological principals to alleviate distress and promote wellbeing. Clinical psychologists deal with a wide range of mental and physical health problems and engage in a range of professional activities (e.g. assessment, diagnosis, therapy, research). ***Prerequisite: PSYC 333 or two 300-level PSYC courses.***

PSYC 461 - Tests and Measurement
A survey of psychological tests and measurement. Topics include: ethics and social consequences of testing, norms, reliability, validity, and representative tests in the cognitive and affective domains. This course is invaluable to students who may wish to go on in psychology in clinical and educational settings. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 204 and PSYC 305.***

PSYC 490 - Directed Reading and Research - an AA-ZZ series.
Courses designed for individual students. ** Permission of the Instructor and the Department Head is required to register. **

PSYC 490BW - Psychology of Eyewitness Processes
This course will examine the various psychological theories regarding eyewitness memory and accuracy. Special attention will be paid to examining research on improving eyewitness accuracy as well as examining race as it relates to eyewitness reliability. ***Permission of the Instructor and the Department Head is required to register.***

PSYC 490CA - Persuasion, Attraction and Aggression
Course will review the theory and studies relating to persuasion when one person stands alone against the group or argues against a popular position.

PSYC 490CE - Advanced Research Methods
This independent reading course follows on a first semester where student(s) has written a research proposal. This independent study will facilitate student(s) conducting the research, and writing and honours-equivalent thesis.

PSYC 490CF - Memory (Advanced)
Advanced studies in Memory. A survey of theory and research findings in the area of memory and attention. ***Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor and the Department Head is required to register.***

PSYC 490CH - Psychopathology and Cognition
This course will focus on facets of cognition (e.g., information processing, thoughts, attention, memory, etc.) and how they relate to health and disorder, in particular depression. ***Prerequisites: PSYC 101, PSYC 333, PSYC 204, PSYC 305***

PSYC 490CI - Applications of Statistical Methods
A review of applications of statistical methods in psychology.

PSYC 490CJ - Advanced Psychology of Evil
This class will examine the psychological aspects of why people commit evil acts in the context of the Holocaust. ***Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor and Department Head is required to register.***

PSYC 496 - Current Topics in Psychology - an AA-ZZ series.
Courses designed as required for groups of senior undergraduates. *** The prerequisite will vary depending on the topic. ***

PSYC 496AH - Infant Cognition
A survey of theories and research of infant (i.e., birth to toddlerhood) learning and cognition. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 210 and PSYC 270, or permission of the Department Head.***

PSYC 496AN - Human Reasoning and Decision Making
Class will explore human reasoning and decision making processes from a cognitive psychology perspective. Topics include formal reasoning, heuristics, algorithms, creativity, flexibility in decision making, errors in human reasoning, the origins of such errors, affective forecasting, discounting, and the exploitation of reasoning errors and inference by unscrupulous advertisers and others. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 270 and PSYC 305.***

PSYC 496AZ - Qualitative Research Methods in Psychology
A comprehensive overview of qualitative methods in psychology, focusing on the main methodological approaches to qualitative inquiry, their foundations, and their applications. ***Prerequisite PSYC 204***

PSYC 496BA - Psychology and Contemporary Art
An examination of the intersection between contemporary art practice and current psychological theory and research. ***Prerequisite: One 300-level PSYC course or permission from the instructor*** *Note: This course is also open to students in the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance, who require permission from the instructor and department head.*

PSYC 496BB - Cross-Cultural Psychopathology
An examination of abnormal behaviour and clinical disorders across different cultures. Course will also survey methods used to conduct research that examines clinical disorders across cultures. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 204 and PSYC 333.***

PSYC 496BC - Psychology of Mindfulness
What is mindfulness? This course will survey modern scientific consensus on mindfulness approaches; how current mindfulness approaches dovetail with ancient wisdom regarding the human condition; and discusses limitations and controversies in the field of mindfulness. The course will offer enrolees opportunities to practice meditative techniques espoused by the mindfulness movement. ***Prerequisites: PSYC 204 and PSYC 333***

PSYC 800 - History,Theory, & System Psyc
A consideration of current theories and theory building. A review and examination of current advances in psychology. Integration of knowledge and research findings from various fields of psychology.

PSYC 801 - Research Design & Methodology
A critical examination of issues involved in the planning, conducting, and evaluation of research in psychology with emphasis on clinically-relevant areas.

PSYC 802 - Applied Multivariate Statistics
A survey of multivariate research methods in psychology. Topics may include: Multiple regression, ANOVA, and ANCOVA using MR, discriminant analysis, MANOVA, profile analysis, principal components and factor analysis, structural equation modelling, path analysis, and time series.

PSYC 803 - Psychological Measurement
Psychometric theory and quantitative aspects of psychological testing. Topics may include scaling and norms, classical test theory, reliability, validity, factor analysis, extraneous response components, item response theory, subject operating characteristics curves, suppresser and moderator variables, modal profile analysis.

PSYC 806 - Ethics in Prof. Practice
This course will provide an intensive examination of philosophical, legal and particularly ethical issues of these affect the practising psychologist.

PSYC 807 - Research and Applied Ethics
This course will provide an intensive examination of ethical issues in research, teaching, and applied fields of psychological study.

PSYC 810 - Advanced Developmental Psyc
An examination of life span developmental psychology with reference to recent theoretical and experimental advances.

PSYC 820 - Advanced Social Psychology
Review and assessment of theory and research in social psychology.

PSYC 823 - Prog Develop & Eval
An advanced seminar on approaches and techniques relevant to the development and evaluation of mental health programmes.

PSYC 832 - Advanced Psychopathology
An examination of current theories and research concerning psychological disturbances of adults.

PSYC 847 - Selected Topics Behav Neuro
An advanced seminar course dealing with current theories and research concerning neural organization and behavior.

PSYC 850 - Psychological Assessment I
An examination of clinical psychological assessment with an emphasis on aptitude and abilities testing with adults and children.

PSYC 851 - Psychological Assessment II
Introduction to the theory of personality assessment with an emphasis on the administration and interpretation of common personality tests for children and adults.

PSYC 860 - Psychological Interventions I
An introduction to theory, research, and practice in the areas of individual adult, child and group psychotherapies.

PSYC 861 - Psyc Interventions II
A more in-depth examination of selected methods of psychological intervention for individual adults and children. *** Prerequisite: Psychology 860 with a minimum grade of 70. ***

PSYC 865CL - Comprehensive Exam in Psychology
Students are comprehensively examined in areas related to research, ethics, and professional clinical practice. This course is restricted to Clinical Psychology Doctoral students. The examinations are conducted by graduate program faculty and can take an oral or written format or a combination of both. ***Prerequisite: Completion of 18 credit hours and permission of the Director of Clinical Training.*** *Note: This course is to be taken after the completion of all required course work.*

PSYC 865EA - Comprehensive Examination in Experimental and Applied Psychology
This course is intended to expand the breadth of knowledge and skills of Experimental and Applied Psychology Doctoral students under the guidance of a supervisory committee of psychology faculty members. The examinations are conducted by graduate program faculty and can take an oral or written format or a combination of both. ***Prerequisite: Completion of 18 credit hours and permission of the Experimental and Applied Psychology Graduate Program Chair.*** *Note: This course is to be taken after the completion of all required course work.*

PSYC 870 - Practicum Clinical Psyc
A combination of instruction and supervised psychological experience in a variety of applied/clinical settings. Several practica may be taken. ** Permission of the Director and Department Head (or equivalents) required to register. **

PSYC 871 - Practicum Clinical Psyc
A combination of instruction and supervised psychological experience in a variety of applied/clinical setting. Several practica may be taken. ** Permission of the Director and Department Head (or equivalents) required to register. **

PSYC 872 - Practicum Clinical Psyc
A combination of instruction and supervised psychological experience in a variety of applied/clinical settings. Several practica may be taken. ** Permission of the Director and Department Head (or designates) required to register. **

PSYC 873 - Practicum Clinical Psyc
A combination of instruction and supervised psychological experience in a variety of applied/clinical settings. Several practica may be taken. ** Permission of the Director and Department Head (or equivalents) required to register. **

PSYC 874 - Practicum Clinical Psyc
A Combination of instruction and supervised psychological experience in a variety of applied/clinical settings. Several practica may be taken.

PSYC 875 - Practicum Clinical Psyc
A combination of instruction and supervised psychological experience in a variety of applied/clinical settings. Several practica may be taken.

PSYC 876 - Internship in Clinical Psyc
A combination of instruction and supervised psychological experience in an applied/clinical setting conducted over a four-month period. ** Permission of the Department Head and Director required to register. **

PSYC 880 - Predoc Intern Clin Psyc
A twelve-month internship placement in an applied/clinical setting. Students in the initial stages of research, preparation, application and interview may register in section AA. Students actually commencing a twelve month internship will register in AB.

PSYC 880AA - Predoctoral Residency in Clinical Psychology (Preparation)
A twelve-month internship placement in an applied/clinical setting. Students in the initial stages of research, preparation, application and interview may register in section AA. ***Prerequisite: Permission of the Director of Clinical Training is required for registration.***

PSYC 880AB - Predoctoral Residency in Clinical Psychology
A twelve-month internship placement in an applied/clinical setting. Students actually commencing a twelve-month internship will register in AB. ***Prerequisite: Permission of the Director of Clinical Training is required for registration.***

PSYC 881 - Adv Human Info Processing
The objective of this course is to examine some selective topics in the study of cognitive processes. Students are required to design and conduct experimental or modeling studies on topics in visual perception, attention, memory or reasoning.

PSYC 890 - Directed Readings in Psyc
Directed readings in selected topics in Psychology.

PSYC 890BQ - Environmental Psychology
Climate change and biodiversity loss may be the central problems of our era, and are central factors underlying many global human problems. Human behaviour is both a cause and an important solution to these issues, so this course will examine how psychological knowledge can contribute to solving environmental problems.

PSYC 890BS - Research in Face Perception
This course will include a comprehensive review of the literature in face perception, drawing from research in psychology, neuroscience, and computer vision as appropriate. Students will complete a course project on an approved topic of their choosing.

PSYC 890BT - Individuals, Coalitions, and Conflict
This course will allow for the exploration of the psychology of conflict. Readings will be directed at gaining an understanding of who joins coalitions, under what circumstances, and with what consequences. Contemporary issues in political psychology, international relations, and intergroup violence will be emphasized.

PSYC 900 - Graduate Seminar in Psychology
A series of seminars for graduate students in psychology.

PSYC 900AA - M.A. Seminar in Psychology
A Seminar for M.A. students in psychology devoted to the study of special topics, professionals issues, and reports on research projects by graduate students, faculty, and associates of the department.

PSYC 900AB - Ph.D. Seminar in Clinical Psychology
A seminar offered to Ph.D. students in clinical psychology covering special topics and professional issues with a focus on supervision.

PSYC 901 - Thesis Research
Thesis research.