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COURSE INFORMATION
  • 160 Human Sexuality: Social and Psychological Issues.

    (Crosslisted with Soc 160. See Soc 160 for course information.)

    201 Introduction to Psychology.
    I, II; 4 cr (S-E). Behavior, including its development, motivation, frustrations, emotion, intelligence, learning, forgetting, personality, language, thinking, and social behavior; lectures and discussions. P: Open to Fr or So st only. Stdts may not receive credit for both Psych 201 & 202.

    202 Introduction to Psychology.
    I, II, SS; 3 cr (S-E). Same as Psych 201 without discussion section. P: Open to Fr. Stdts may not receive credit for both Psych 201 & 202.

    210 Psychometric Methods.
    I, II, SS; 3 cr (r-E). Measures of central tendency, variability; probability, sampling distributions; hypothesis testing, confidence intervals; t-tests; Chi-square; regression and correlation (linear) and introduction to analysis of variance (1-way). P: May not be taken con with Psych 201, 202 or 281. 

    225 Experimental Psychology.
    I, II, SS; 5 cr (b-B-I). General characteristics of scientific method; use of simple independent groups and within subject designs; methods of experimentation involving stimulus control and response measurement; illustrations of design problems taken from several areas of psychology; lecture, demonstration, and experiments. P: Psych 210 or equiv.

    280 Honors Course-Psychometric Methods.
    4 cr (S-I). P: 201 or 202 & honor stdt or cons inst.

    281 Honors Course-Introduction to Psychology.
    4 cr (S-E). P: Open to Fr.

    285 Honors Course-Experimental Psychology.
    5 cr (B-I). P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281 & 210 in honors psych, or cons inst.

    311 Issues in Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). Topics vary with the instructor. See Timetable for topics. Survey of topical issues. May be repeated. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281 or cons inst.

    325 Experimental Psychology for Graduate Students.
    I, II; 4 cr (S-I). Experimental research techniques and methodology as applied to various areas of psychology; lectures, lab experiments. Grad level of 225. P: Grad level of Psych 225.

    340 Optimal Aging.
    (Crosslisted with Ed Psych, Soc Work 340.) I or II; 3 cr (I). Interdisciplinary examination of the theme of "optimal aging." Assessment of the wide range of factors (biological, economic, environmental, legal, physical, political, psychological, social) that influence the aging process. Exploration of how individuals can maximize health and well-being in the later years. P: Psych 201 or 202; or Soc Work 205; or cons inst.

    342 Asian American Personality and Mental Health.
    (Crosslisted with Asian Am 342. See Asian Am 342 for course information.)

    349 Introduction to Human Factors.
    (Crosslisted with Ind Engr 349. See Ind Engr 349 for course information.)

    354 Human Neurophychology: Cognition and the Brain.
    I or II; 3 cr (B-I). This course in an introduction to human neuropsychology. It includes a brief overview of neuroanatomy and basic clinical neuropsychology, but the emphasis is on cortical funtion and cognitive behaviors such as language, memory, emotion, and visuospatial perception. P: So st; Psych 202 or equiv.

    386 Topics in Psychology for Honors Students.
    I, II; 1 cr (I). Current topics for honors students in psychology. Faculty will lead lecture/discussions about a wide range of topics such as child development, clinical psychology, perception, physiological psychology, and human learning. P: 6 cr in psych, incl Psych 201/202 and So st or cons inst.

    402 Literacy, Brain and Behavior.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (B-I). Behavioral and neural bases of reading. Research from psychology and cognitive neuroscience about the mechanisms and types of knowledge that support reading. Relation between reading and other aspects of cognition. P: Psych Psych 201 or 202 or 281.

    406 Psychology of Perception.
    I or II or SS; 3-4 cr (B-I). Survey of visual perception. Topics include development of the perceptual systems; rules governing reliable perception; stereopsis, perceptual constancies, illusions, adaptation and learning; individual and cross-cultural differences, motion perception, and proprioception. P: Psych 225.

    408 Psychology of Human Emotions.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). Influence of emotions on goals, customs, interests, learning, reasoning, and behavior problems in children and adults. P: 12 cr of psych.

    409 Psychology of Motivation.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). Development of motives in childhood, group attractions and pressures, special problems of motivation in industry and advertising, general problems of physiological basis of motives, changing of motives, conflict. P: Psych 210 or equiv.

    410 Psychometric MethodsII.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). General principles of psychological measurement; hypothesis testing using t-tests, analysis of variance, and non-parametric techniques; correlation and multiple regression. P: Previous statistics course.

    411 Current Topics in Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (A). See Timetable for topics. May be repeated. P: Psych 225 & appropriate content course.

    413 Language, Mind and Brain.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). ognitive processes and brain mechanisms underlying language use. Topics include language acquisition, production, comprehension, bilingualism, human vs. computer speech perception, reading and dyslexia, human language vs. animal communication, aphasia and other language impairments, and the relationship between language and thought. P: Psych Psych 201 or 202 or 281.

    414 Cognitive Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). The course attempts to answer questions about how people perceive, learn, remember, plan, solve problems, make decisions, and communicate. Although the main approach is psychological, we will also consider contributions from computer science, linguistics, and neurobiology. P: Psych 225, or an intro psych crse (201, 202, or 281) & cons inst.

    416 Introduction to Mathematical Models of Psychological Processes.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). Elementary theories and mathematical models of human behavior including signal detection, visual processing, memory, learning, concept formation, decision making, choice behavior, and social interactions. P: Psych 225 or Comp Sci 302 or cons inst.

    *417 Thinking and Problem Solving.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). Experimental results, theoretical issues, and methodological problems in concept formation, problem solving, and thinking and reasoning. P: Psych 225 or cons inst.

    419 Human Information Processing.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). Analysis of the flow of information through the human: study of detection, recognition, attention, perception, memory, decision, and response processes. P: Psych 225 or Comp Sci 302 or cons inst.

    421 Psychology of Language.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). Cognitive processes underlying language use with particular emphasis on the comprehension of fluent language under everyday conditions. P: Psych 225 or cons inst.

    430 History of Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). Theoretical and systematic psychology as represented by British empiricism, structuralism, functionalism, dynamic psychology, behaviorism, gestalt psychology, and psychoanalysis; implications for current trends in theory and systems. P: Psych 225 or cons inst.

    *431 Modern Viewpoints in Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). Current theories and developments in the field. Topics will span all areas of psychology. Current research and applications to human behavior. Recent changes in the field and how they have evolved will be considered. P: Psych 225 or cons inst.

    449 Animal Behavior.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (B-I). Evolutionary and physiological mechanisms of animal behavior including aggressive, reproductive, communicative, and social behaviors, behavioral development. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281, and either Zool 101 or Zool 151/152 or Biocore 301.

    450 Animal Behavior-The Primates.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (B-I). Evolution from monkey to humans of intelligence, social behavior, emotion, growth, and bodily structure. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281 or cons inst.

    454 Behavioral Neuroscience.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (B-I). Physiological mechanisms determining reflex action, emotions, locomotion, motor skills, thinking and language, effects of drugs, internal secretions, and neural lesions on behavior. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281 & con reg in Psych 455.

    455 Laboratory in Behavioral Neuroscience.
    I or II or SS; 1 cr (B-I). Introduction to research techniques and experimental methods of physiological psychology. Emphasis on the surgical, histological and electrophysiological techniques for studying the neural mechanisms of behavior. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281 & con reg in Psych 454.

    469 Sociotechnical Systems in Industry.
    I; 3 cr (I). An analysis of industrial jobs and organizations including how production systems have been traditionally designed. P: Ind Engr 349; meets with IE 449.

    *475 Race, Socio-Economic Status, and Intellectual Development.
    (Crosslisted with Afroamer, Ed Psych 475.) 3 cr (S-D). Critical examination of the complex interrelationships among hereditary and environmental factors as they contribute to retarded mental development. Problems of criteria for mental retardation: socio-political factors in the scientific study of mental retardation; current status of the nature-nurture question; abuses and misuses of intelligence tests with black children; effects of poverty and white racism on the scholastic achievement of black children and youth; evaluation of current social action programs; implications for future social policy. P: Jr or Sr st only.

    481 Honors Seminar in Cognitive Psychology.
    I or II; 2 cr (I). Students will read and discuss the professional literature in selected areas of cognitive psychology and cognitive science more generally. There will be opportunities to conduct library research, laboratory research, or construct computer simulations of cognitive processes. P: Cons inst, enrollment in honors program, con reg in Psych 414.

    484 Honors-Behavioral Neurosciences.
    I or II; 4 cr (B-I). Physiological mechanisms and research methods used to study motor behavior; sensation and perception; complex motivated behaviors such as reproduction, eating, and sleep; learning; language; emotion; and psychopathological and neurological disorders. P: Psych 201, 202 or 281.

    485 Honors Laboratory in Behavioral Neuroscience.
    II, Alt Yrs; 1 cr (B-I). Honors-level course for introduction to research techniques and experimental methods of behavioral neuroscience. Emphasis will be on introduction to neuroanatomy and histological and electrophysiological techniques used in the study of the neural basis of behavior. P: Con reg in Psych 484.

    486 Honors: Psychology of Perception.
    I or II; 3 cr (B-I). Survey of visual perception. Topics include development of the perceptual systems; rules governing reliable perception; stereopsis, perceptual constancies, illusions, adaptation and learning; individual and cross-cultural differences, motion perception, and proprioception. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281.

    488 Honors Psychologyof Human Emotions.
    I or II; 3 cr (S-I). An examination of five theoretical approaches to emotion. Study of facial expression, physiology, appraisal, and the lexicon of emotion as well as some cross cultural factors. P: Honors stdt; Psych 201 or 202 or 281.

    489 Honors Animal Behavior.
    I or II; 4 cr (B-I). Honors course on the mechanisms and function of behavior of animals and the relationship between behavior of human and nonhuman animals. P: Psych 202 or 281 or Zool 101-102 or Zool 151-152.

     

    501 Depth Topics.
    I or II or SS; 4 cr (S-I). Provides an in-depth treatment of a specific topic in psychology, in a format that includes both lecture and discussion. P: Psych 201, 202, 281 or equiv; AND other relevant course(s) depending on topic and instructor preference

    502 Cognitive Development.
    I or II or SS; 4 cr (S-I). Covers the basics of cognitive development during childhood. Topics include theoretical approaches to cognitive development; perceptual, language, memory, and conceptual development; social cognition; problem solving, and academic performance. P: Psych 201, 202, 281 or equiv; AND either Psych 406, 413, 414 or 560.

    503 Social Development.
    I or II or SS; 4 cr (S-I). Explores how infants and children perceive, think about, and interact with the social world. Topics include theory of mind, emotions, early social relationships, peer influences, morality and pro-social behavior, aggression, and social categorization. P:
    Psych 201, 202, 281 or equiv; AND either Psych 414, 449, 450, 528, 530, or 560.

     

    504 Affective Neuroscience.
    I or II or SS; 4 cr (S-I).
    Focuses on the neural basis of emotion, including how the brain analyzes incoming sensory information, categorizes its motivational value, and initiates an ecologically appropriate response. P: Psych 201, 202, 281, or equiv; AND either Psych 406, 413, 414, 454, or 530

     

    506 Advanced Topics in Perception.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (B-A). Topics vary with the instructor. Included: auditory localization; speech perception; perceptual invariance and adaptation; temporal and spatial factors in brightness, contour, and color perception; developmental aspects of perception; psychophysics of vision; philosophical issues in perception. See Timetablefor topics. P: Psych 406 or 486 or cons inst.

    507 Psychology of Personality.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). Organization and development of the personality. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281.

    509 Abnormal Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). A survey of the psychology of abnormal behavior; nature and social/biological origins of neurotic, psychotic, and other behavioral abnormalities. More general coverage of behavior pathology than Psych 511 or 512. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281. 

    *510 The Psychology of Individual Differences.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). Origins and nature of human individual differences in behavior and performance. Emphasis on intellectual achievement, motivational, and special abilities with attention to extreme positive deviations. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281.

    511 Behavior Pathology: Neuroses.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). The nature, origins, assessment and treatment of neurotic, characterological, and psychosomatic behavioral abnormalities and psychopathology in adults and children. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281. Those who take 511 may not receive credit for 509.

    512 Behavior Pathology-Psychoses.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). The nature, origins, assessment and treatment of psychotic and organic behavioral abnormalities; emphasis on the experimental analysis of Psychopathology. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281. 

    *513 Attention and Learning in Children.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). Experimental literature and theoretical issues in the learning of infants and children. Methodological problems, learning paradigms, experimental variables, motivational factors, and psychophysiological data, related to the learning of normal and retarded children. P: Psych 225 & 210 or cons inst.

    *514 Retarded Intellectual Development: Research and Theory.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). Contemporary theories of retarded intellectual development and related research. Reviews methodological and conceptual problems related to the conduct of basic behavioral research on mental retardation. Discussion of retardate-normal learning and motivational process differences and similarities. P: Psych 225 and appropriate content course.

    *515 Development of Memory in Children.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-D). Developmental memory research from infancy through the middle school years. Discussion of theoretical and methodological issues and applications. P: Psych 225 and appropriate content course.

    *516 Introduction to Psychodiagnosis and Assessment.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). Methods, rationale, and empirical foundations of psychodiagnosis and assessment. P: Psych 225 and any one of: 507, 509, 511, 512, or 560.

    517 Introduction to Clinical Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). Methods, rationale, and empirical foundations of clinical psychology. Emphasis is on therapy and behavior modification. Intended for advanced undergraduate majors and non clinical graduate students. P: Psych 225 & appropriate content course; Psych 509, 511 or 512 strongly recommended.

    522 Psychology of Women.
    (Crosslisted with Women St 522. See Women St 522 for course information.)

    524 Neurobiology II: An Introduction to the Brain and Behavior.
    (Crosslisted with Neurosci, Zoology 524. See Neurosci 524 for course information.)

    528 Introduction to Cultural Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 3-4 cr (S-I). ultural underpinning of psychological processes. The course will cover cultural influences on a wide range of psychological processes, including self-perception, motivation, relationship, cognition and perception, and will also deal with acculturation, within-cultural differences and cultural stability and change. P: So st and Psych 201 or 202 or 281.

     

    530 Introductory Social Psychology.
    (Crosslisted with Soc 530.) I or II or SS; 3-4 cr (S-I). The individual in a social context, including motivation, attitudes, conformity, communication, leadership, etc. P: So st and Psych 201 or 202 or 281 or Soc 210 or Anthro 100, Grad students must have cons inst.

    532 Psychology and Law.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). Psychological research in legal settings. Decision making and decision makers in the legal system, dangerousness, the insanity defense, eyewitness reliability, the jury, punishment, deterrence, social scientific evidence, regulation of psychologists. P: Psychology 201 or 202 or 281 or cons inst.

    *534 Industrial Social Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). The influence of different leadership styles, norms and standards and other social psychological factors on the morale and productivity of the industrial work group. P: Psych 201 or 202.

    *535 Psychology of Attitudes and Public Opinion.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). Analysis of attitudes, social factors in the formation and change of attitudes in public opinion, voting, and consumer behavior; polling techniques and problems. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281 or Sociol 210.

    537 Social Behavior Dynamics.
    (Crosslisted with Soc 537. See Soc 537 for course information.)

    *538 Group Dynamics.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). Psychological principles as they apply to the individual in social groups, experimental analyses of group formation, maintenance, morale, and productivity. P: Psych 507 or 530 or Sociology 530.

    549 Human Factors Engineering.
    (Crosslisted with Ind Engr 549. See Ind Engr 549 for course information.)

    550 Animal Communication and the Origins of Language.
    (Crosslisted with Zoology 550.) I or II or SS; 3 cr (B-A). Signals, contexts, and mechanism of social communication in animals. Speech and non-verbal communication in human beings and possible arguments for the evolution of speech and language. P: Psych 449 or 450 or Zoology 531 or 532.

    554 Advanced Topics in Behavioral Neuroscience.
    I or II or SS; 2-3 cr (B-A). May include: neuron structure and function; functional neuro-anatomy, sensory systems; sensory motor coordination; neural control of hunger and thirst; subcortical mechanisms of reward; higher functions of the nervous system; homeostatic behaviors; sleep and arousal; neural correlates of learning; unit analyses of brain function, etc. See Timetable for topics. Course may be repeated. P: Psych 225 & 454 & cons inst.

    *555 Psychochemistry.
    />I or II or SS; 3 cr (B-A). Neurochemical, pharmacological and endocrinological changes affecting or accompanying emotional, motivational, or learned behaviors. P: Psych 225 & 454 or cons inst.

    556 Hormones and Behavior.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (B-A). A survey of human and subhuman research findings relating behavioral events to endocrine function. Topics include stress, psychosis, intellectual development, memory, gender-identity differentiation, reproductive behavior, aggression, preceded by a review of basic and clinical endocrinology. P: Psych 225 & 454 or cons inst.

    560 Child Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). Learning principles, motor, language, perceptual, and social development. Experimentation and systematic investigation of development in both human and sub-human species stressed. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281.

    562 Social and Personality Development.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). Contemporary theories and research relating to sociopersonality development from infancy through adulthood; the role played by social experience in the formation of personality. Topics: parent-infant attachments and their importance, sex-role development, moral development, and achievement motivation. P: Psych 225 & Psych 560.

    563 Development in Infancy.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). Processes of psychological development in the first two years of life. Genetic and prenatal influences on the process and outcome of development, before attention shifts to analysis of perceptual, cognitive, and social development in infancy. P: Psych 225 and 560.

    *564 Adult Development and Aging.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-I). Physical, cognitive, social, and personality development during the adult years. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281.

    580 Honors Course-Child Psychology.
    I, II; 4 cr (S-I). P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281.

    585 Honors: Social Psychology.
    I, II; 3 cr (S-I). P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281 or Soc 210 or Anthro 100.

    587 Honors Course-Psychology of Personality.
    3 cr (S-I). P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281.

    589 Honors: Abnormal Psychology.
    I or II; 4 cr (S-I). This course will cover the fundamentals of abnormal psychology. P: Psych 201 or 202 or 281. Not open to those who have taken 509.

    610 Statistical Analysis of Psychological Experiments.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). Statistical analysis of data obtained with various experimental designs, Chi-square, analysis of variance and covariance, factorial and repeated-measures, Latin and Greco-Latin square designs, tests of trend. P: One undergrad crse in stats, or equiv.

    612 Attention and Learning in Children.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). Review of the experimental literature and theoretical issues in the learning of infants and children. Methodological problems, learning paradigms, experimental variables, motivational factors, and psychophysiological data related to the learning of normal and retarded children. P: Grad st or cons inst. 

    615 Quantitative Methods in Psychology.
    I; 3 cr (S-A). Elementary introduction to sets, functions, probability theory, stochastic processes, parameter estimation, goodness of fit tests, Monte Carlo methods, and computer simulation. The primary emphasis on applications in behavioral research and the developement of behavioral models. P: Previous statistics course.

    617 Measurement Choice and Decision-Making.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). An advanced survey of mathematical models and theories of behavior in the areas of fundamental measurement, psychophysical scaling, choice and preference, and decision-making behavior. P: Cons inst.

    618 Current Topics in Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 2-3 cr (A). Topics vary with the instructor. Enrollment limited to allow seminar format. In depth study of specific subject matter focusing on design of research studies. May be repeated. (See timetable for topics.) P: Psych 225, appropriate content courses, Jr or Sr or Grad st & cons inst.

    619 Biology of Mind.
    (Crosslisted with Zoology, Anthro, and Neurosci 619. See Zoology 619 for course information.)

    624 Engineering Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). Psychological principles in the design and evaluation of human/machine systems. Theory of systems approach and application of relevant design principles given human performance limitations; indormational displays, manual controls, anthropometry, environmental factors. P: Psych 225 or cons inst.

    652 Sociotechnical Systems.
    (Crosslisted with Ind Engr 652. See Ind Engr 652 for course information.)

    653 Organization and Job Design.
    (Crosslisted with Ind Engr 653. See Ind Engr 653 for course information.)

    671 Experimental Psychology of Human Learning.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (B-A). Lab experience in the design and conduct of experiments in one or more fields of human learning. P: Psych 414 or 419 and cons inst.

    *673 Experimental Psychology of Personality.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). Lecture and lab exercises in the field of personality; frames of reference, level of aspiration, ego and self, conflict and frustration. P: Psych 225 and Psych 507.

    *674 Experimental Methods in Physiological Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (B-A). Demonstrations and lab exercises in histological, surgical and electrophysiological techniques of studying brain mechanisms of behavior. P: Cons inst.

    *676 Experimental Psychology of Learning in Animals.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (B-A). Lecture and lab work with animals, investigations of various basic learning phenomena. P: Cons inst.

    *677 Research Methods in Social Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (S-A). Lecture and lab exercises in social psychology: att itude formation and change; social influence; small group behavior; interpersonal communication. P: Psych 225 & 530 or cons inst.

    *678 Experimental Psychology of Perception.
    I or II or SS; 3 cr (B-A). Lectures, discussions, and experiments relating to basic perceptual phenomena. P: Psych 406 or Psych 486.

    *679 Experimental Industrial Psychology.
    I or II; 3 cr (B-A). Individual and class experiments on critical psychological techniques in industry. Class projects emphasize experiments in industrial relations problems, individual projects selected from areas of motion study, industrial attitudes, psychological stress and fatigue, and industrial tests. P: Psych 225 & 314 or 315 or con reg. 

    681 Senior Honors Thesis.
    3 cr (A). P: Cons inst. 

    682 Senior Honors Thesis.
    3 cr (A). P: Cons inst. 

    686 Honors Seminar in Psychology.
    1 cr (A). P: Con reg in Psych 681 or 682 for Srs honors candidates and Sr st.

    690 Research Topics in Psychology.
    I, II; 1 cr (A). This course will have a seminar format. Students are responsible for leading discussion of the independent research they are conducting with individual faculty members. Enrollment will be limited to 20 students with several areas of the field represented. Students will broaden their knowledge beyond their particular chosen project. P: Con reg in one of the problems crses (693-697).

    691 Undergraduate Thesis.
    1-6 cr (A). Undergraduate research including completion of a thesis. Recommended for those intending to do graduate work in psychology. P: Cons inst.

    692 Undergraduate Thesis.
    1-6 cr (A). Continuation of 691. P: Cons inst.

    693 Animal Behavior Problems.
    I or II or SS; 1-12 cr (B-A). Repeatable to a maximum of 12 credits. Individual experimental studies. P: Cons inst.

    694 Problems in Developmental Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 1-12 cr (B-A). Repeatable to a maximum of 12 credits. Independent problems under supervision. P: Cons inst & Psych 560 &/or 561.

    695 Problems in Clinical Psychology.
    I or II or SS; 1-12 cr (B-A). Repeatable to a maximum of 12 credits. Individual experimental studies. P: Cons inst.

    697 Problems in Human Behavior.
    I or II or SS; 1-12 cr (B-A). Repeatable to a maximum of 12 credits. Independent work under supervision. P: Cons inst.

    699 Directed Study.
    I, II; 1-3 cr (A). P: Jr or Sr st, and cons inst.

  • See the UW-Madison Undergraduate Bulletin if this page is not up-to-date.

    NOTES:
    • Occasionally offered courses are denoted with a star [*]. Check with the department to see when these courses will be offered. (407, 417, 431, 475, 510, 513, 514, 515, 516, 534, 535, 538, 555, 564, 673, 674, 676, 678, 679)
    • All classes listed in the course descriptions section will be offered regularly unless otherwise noted.
    • Please check with the department office for information on specific courses.
    • Honors versions of courses in the major may be used to satisfy any of the requirements: i.e., 280, 281, 285, 481, 484, 485, 486, 488, 489, 580, 585, 587, 589.
 
 
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