Academic Calendar - 2018

Western University Academic Calendar. - 2018

Courses


Course Numbering

0001-0999* Pre-University level introductory courses
1000-1999 Year 1 courses
2000-4999 Senior-level undergraduate courses
5000-5999 Professional Degree courses in Dentistry, Education, Law, Medicine and Theology (MTS, MDiv)
6000-6999 Courses offered by Continuing Studies
9000-9999 Graduate Studies courses

* These courses are equivalent to pre-university introductory courses and may be counted for credit in the student's record, unless these courses were taken in a preliminary year. They may not be counted toward essay or breadth requirements, or used to meet modular admission requirements unless it is explicitly stated in the Senate-approved outline of the module.


Suffixes

no suffix 1.0 course not designated as an essay course
A 0.5 course offered in first term
B 0.5 course offered in second term
A/B 0.5 course offered in first and/or second term
E 1.0 essay course
F 0.5 essay course offered in first term
G 0.5 essay course offered in second term
F/G 0.5 essay course offered in first and/or second term
H 1.0 accelerated course (8 weeks)
J 1.0 accelerated course (6 weeks)
K 0.75 course
L 0.5 graduate course offered in summer term (May - August)
Q/R/S/T 0.25 course offered within a regular session
U 0.25 course offered in other than a regular session
W/X 1.0 accelerated course (full course offered in one term)
Y 0.5 course offered in other than a regular session
Z 0.5 essay course offered in other than a regular session

Glossary


Prerequisite

A course that must be successfully completed prior to registration for credit in the desired course.


Corequisite

A course that must be taken concurrently with (or prior to registration in) the desired course.


Antirequisite

Courses that overlap sufficiently in course content that both cannot be taken for credit.


Essay Courses

Many courses at Western have a significant writing component. To recognize student achievement, a number of such courses have been designated as essay courses and will be identified on the student's record (E essay full course; F/G/Z essay half-course).


Principal Courses

A first year course that is listed by a department offering a module as a requirement for admission to the module. For admission to an Honors Specialization module or Double Major modules in an Honors Bachelor degree, at least 3.0 courses will be considered principal courses.



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Course Type




Psychology


This course introduces students to the biological bases (evolutionary, genetic, and physiological) of behaviour. The course surveys core areas of psychology including behaviour genetics, evolutionary psychology, brain and behaviour, sensation and perception, learning, states of consciousness, motivation and emotion, and cognition.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in a Preliminary Year program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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An introduction to the application psychology in different contexts. This course surveys core areas of psychology including development over the life span, personality, behaviour in a social context, psychological disorders and their treatment, and applications of psychology in areas such as industrial organizational, educational, and health psychology.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 0010A/B and registration in a Preliminary Year Program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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An introductory survey of the methods and findings of modern scientific psychology. The following topics will be covered: history and methodology, biological psychology, sensation and perception, learning and motivation, verbal and cognitive processes, developmental psychology, social psychology, individual differences (intelligence and personality), and clinical psychology.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours. Note for Brescia, Huron, King's: Psychology 1000, and Psychology 1000W/X will not serve as a substitute for Psychology 1100E for entry into any psychology module at Huron, nor will it provide access to any senior psychology course at Huron that requires Psychology 1100E.

Course Weight: 1.00
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Huron King's Brescia

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An introductory survey of the methods and findings of modern scientific psychology. The following topics will be covered: history and methodology, biological psychology, sensation and perception, learning and motivation, verbal and cognitive processes, developmental psychology, social psychology, individual differences (intelligence and personality), and clinical psychology.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours. Note for Brescia, Huron, King's: Psychology 1000, and Psychology 1000W/X will not serve as a substitute for Psychology 1100E for entry into any psychology module at Huron, nor will it provide access to any senior psychology course at Huron that requires Psychology 1100E.

Course Weight: 1.00
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Western Main Campus Huron King's

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An introductory survey of the methods and findings of modern scientific psychology. The following topics will be covered: history and methodology, biological psychology, sensation and perception, learning and motivation, verbal and cognitive processes, developmental psychology, social psychology, individual differences (intelligence and personality), and clinical psychology.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours. Note for Brescia, Huron, King's: Psychology 1000, and Psychology 1000W/X will not serve as a substitute for Psychology 1100E for entry into any psychology module at Huron, nor will it provide access to any senior psychology course at Huron that requires Psychology 1100E.

Course Weight: 1.00
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Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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An introductory survey of the methods and findings of modern scientific psychology. The following topics will be covered: history and methodology, biological psychology, sensation and perception, learning and motivation, verbal and cognitive processes, developmental psychology, social psychology, individual differences (intelligence and personality), and clinical psychology.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours. Note for Brescia, Huron, King's: Psychology 1000, and Psychology 1000W/X will not serve as a substitute for Psychology 1100E for entry into any psychology module at Huron, nor will it provide access to any senior psychology course at Huron that requires Psychology 1100E.

Course Weight: 1.00
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Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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An introductory survey of the methods and findings of modern scientific psychology. The following topics will be covered: history and methodology, biological psychology, sensation and perception, learning and motivation, verbal and cognitive processes, developmental psychology, social psychology, individual differences (intelligence and personality), and clinical psychology. This is a 1.0 unit condensed course, meeting for 3.0 hours, twice weekly, for a total of 6.0 hours/week.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 1000, Psychology 1100E.

Extra Information: 6 lecture hours. Note: Psychology 1000, and Psychology1000W/X will not serve as a substitute for Psychology 1100E for entry into any psychology module at Huron, nor will it provide access to any senior psychology course at Huron that requires Psychology 1100E.

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This course is designed to provide students who have a credit in Psychology 1000 or equivalent with the laboratory experience that is part of Psychology 1100E but not Psychology 1000. Successful completion of Psychology 1000 plus 1001E will be accepted as the equivalent of credit in Psychology 1100E for purposes of entry into courses and modules at Huron.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 1100E.

Prerequisite(s): at least 70% in Psychology 1000 and a 70% average in the best 5.0 courses taken to fulfill first-year requirements.

Extra Information: 1.0 hour per week.

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An introduction to method and content in psychology. The content areas covered include physiological psychology, perception, learning and motivation, memory and cognition, developmental psychology, individual differences, personality, social psychology, and applied psychology. Method is studied through direct experience with research design and the collection, statistical treatment and reporting of data.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 1000, the former Psychology 1200 and Psychology 100.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 laboratory hour. Note: Normally, a prerequisite for senior courses at Huron College.

Course Weight: 1.00
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A survey of recent findings, theories and applications concerning information-processing approaches to human cognition. A selection of topics from such areas such as memory, thinking and language will be considered.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2135A/B.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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A survey of altered states of consciousness such as sleep, dreaming, hypnosis, drug-induced states, meditation and near-death experiences considered from a phenomenological perspective.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours.

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An analysis of major forms of human diversity and the ways that people respond to diversity. Topics include sources of differences, origins and forms of prejudice based on differences, the experience of being a target of prejudice, and techniques for promoting respect for diversity.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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This survey course provides an introduction to perception with an emphasis on perceptual principles in everyday life. The topics may include: assessment of vision and hearing, perceptual principles in art and film, colour vision, illusions and constancies, the perception of pain, perceptual disabilities, and the senses of animals.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2115A/B.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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Survey of the major drugs of abuse used to treat psychopathological disorders including a brief section on methods of administration, drug distribution and elimination, neurotransmitters. The history and patterns of use and abuse, clinic indications, neurochemical bases for action for a variety of licit and illicit drugs.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Brescia

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Survey of the major drugs of abuse used to treat psychopathological disorders including a brief section on methods of administration, drug distribution and elimination, neurotransmitters. The history and patterns of use and abuse, clinic indications, neurochemical bases for action for a variety of licit and illicit drugs.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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Western Main Campus

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Overview of addictive behaviors and issues concerning addiction. Addictive aspects of drug use, gambling, eating, exercise, sex, playing video games, and Internet use will be considered as well as psychological research, explanations for, and treatment of addictive behaviours.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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This course will survey various categories of maladjusted behavior and consider different explanatory models and treatment strategies for the control of such behavior. Theories of human adjustment and maladjustment will be reviewed.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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This course provides an overview of theory and research in the field of psychology and law. Basic and applied research in cognitive, developmental, clinical, and social psychology is related to legal issues, such as eyewitness memory, face identification, polygraph testing, child witnesses, and jury decision-making.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2032A/B, Psychology 3313A/B, the former Psychology 3314F/G.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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This course introduces students to a broad range of issues in forensic psychology. Topics include detecting deception, eyewitness testimony, investigative interviewing, roles and responsibilities, offender profiling, correctional psychology, risk assessment, victims of crime, and fitness to stand trial. A focus will be on critical thinking, skepticism, argument, and confronting assumptions.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2031A/B, Psychology 3313A/B, the former Psychology 3314F/G.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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This course examines ways in which recent research findings in psychology may be applied in the individual's life. Emphasis on psychology as an empirical science and on avenues of self- understanding and personal growth. Topics include: personality, stress and coping, person perception, interpersonal communication, friendship and love, sexuality, vocational development.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2050.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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This course will cover the role of psychological factors in the prevention of illness and the maintenance of good health, and treatment of already-existing illness. Topics will include the stress/illness relationship, psychological influences on physical symptom perception and reporting, personality and health, behavioral factors in disease, coping, adherence and compliance.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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This course will provide an overview of psychological principles as applied to sport. There will be a general survey of theory and research in psychology, with focus on application to sport in areas such as personality, learning, motivation, attention, and study of social psychological issues relating to participation and spectating.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2091A/B if taken before 2016-17.

Extra Information: Cannot be used towards completion of a Kinesiology module.

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A survey of theory and research in developmental psychology including learning, cognition, perception, personality, and social development in infancy and childhood.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2410A/B, Psychology 2480E and the former Psychology 2044.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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King's

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A survey of theory and research in developmental psychology including learning, cognition, perception, personality, and social development in infancy and childhood.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2410A/B, Psychology 2480E and the former Psychology 2044.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Western Main Campus

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A study of the etiology, identification, training and/or treatment of the exceptional child. Emphasis will be given to the gifted and creative child, and those with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities.


Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This half course will cover theory and treatment related to major psychological disorders of childhood, including depression, anxiety, attention deficit disorder, conduct problems, and the impact of child maltreatment.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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This half course will cover theory and treatment related to major childhood disorders affecting learning and development, including autism, learning disabilities, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and physical handicaps.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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Utilizing information from several branches of psychology, this course focuses on an appreciation of how psychology principles and insights can be applied to everyday adjustment to life tasks. Topics will include: coping with stress, building self-esteem, self-control, social relationships, gender, sexuality, work, and psychological disorders.


Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
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Huron King's

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Utilizing information from several branches of psychology, this course focuses on an appreciation of how psychology principles and insights can be applied to everyday adjustment to life tasks. Topics will include: coping with stress, building self-esteem, self-control, social relationships, gender, sexuality, work, and psychological disorders.


Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
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King's Brescia

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Utilizing information from several branches of psychology, this course focuses on an appreciation of how psychology principles and insights can be applied to everyday adjustment to life tasks. Topics will include: coping with stress, building self-esteem, self-control, social relationships, gender, sexuality, work, and psychological disorders.


Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
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Huron Brescia

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This course examines the neurobehavioural, developmental, cognitive and social determinants of eating behaviour. Topics may include the biology of hunger and satiety, food preference and choice, social and cultural meanings of food, media influences, body image, emotions and eating, obesity and dieting, and disordered eating.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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An introduction to the study and practice of industrial/organizational psychology with emphasis on personnel selection, performance appraisal, work related attitudes, work motivation, organizational processes, and leadership.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
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This course introduces students to the field of industrial and organizational (I/O) psychology and its contributions to enhanced organizational effectiveness and quality of work life. I/O psychology offers an evidence-based approach to hiring, training, performance management, and leadership, and provides insight into the motivation and behaviour of individuals and teams.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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King's

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This course introduces students to the field of industrial and organizational (I/O) psychology and its contributions to enhanced organizational effectiveness and quality of work life. I/O psychology offers an evidence-based approach to hiring, training, performance management, and leadership, and provides insight into the motivation and behaviour of individuals and teams.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Western Main Campus

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A survey of the psychological study of religiosity and spirituality. Topics include psychological theories or religiosity, developmental trends, neuropsychology and religious experience, and religiosity and relationships, social behavior, and health.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3772F/G.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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An introduction to the theories, methods, findings and problems encountered in the study of people as social beings.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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Being born into one gender category and not another has a profound impact on how individuals are treated, what they expect of themselves, what others expect of them, and how they lead and experience their lives. We examine gender across a variety of domains from the perspective of psychological science.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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A survey of the psychological study of human sexual behavior. Topics include history, methodology, theory, anatomy, physiology, attraction, sexual function, sexual orientation, contraception, conception and birth, sexual health and sexual coercion, and pornography.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
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King's Brescia

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A survey of the psychological study of human sexual behavior. Topics include history, methodology, theory, anatomy, physiology, attraction, sexual function, sexual orientation, contraception, conception and birth, sexual health and sexual coercion, and pornography.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
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Western Main Campus King's

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A survey of the psychological study of human sexual behavior. Topics include history, methodology, theory, anatomy, physiology, attraction, sexual function, sexual orientation, contraception, conception and birth, sexual health and sexual coercion, and pornography.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
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Western Main Campus Brescia

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This course examines principles of psychological assessment in an applied context through lectures and demonstrations. Topics will include reliability and validity, legal and ethical issues in test construction, and selected controversial questions relating to assessment in areas such as personnel selection, standardized testing in schools, and group differences in test performance.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3840F/G.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Selected topics of current interest in Psychology. Topic available in Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/seminar hours.

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Selected topics of current interest in Psychology. Topic available in Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/seminar hours.

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An introduction to the study of the human senses and higher order perceptual processes. Data gathered from psychophysical research and studies of the nervous system in both humans and other animals will be discussed. The course will review the mechanisms and principles of operation of vision, hearing, touch, taste and smell.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2015A/B.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Huron King's

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An introduction to the study of the human senses and higher order perceptual processes. Data gathered from psychophysical research and studies of the nervous system in both humans and other animals will be discussed. The course will review the mechanisms and principles of operation of vision, hearing, touch, taste and smell.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2015A/B.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Western Main Campus King's

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An introduction to the study of the human senses and higher order perceptual processes. Data gathered from psychophysical research and studies of the nervous system in both humans and other animals will be discussed. The course will review the mechanisms and principles of operation of vision, hearing, touch, taste and smell.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2015A/B.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

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Western Main Campus Huron

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This course introduces the vocabulary and concepts used by psychologists who study human language. The course covers traditional psycholinguistic topics such as meaning, speech perception, comprehension, production and theories of language acquisition.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

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An introduction to empirical, computational, and theoretical approaches to the study of human cognitive processes. The topics surveyed will include: perception, attention, memory, concepts, language and problem-solving. The course will show how these diverse psychological processes are related to and influence one another.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Huron King's Brescia

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An introduction to empirical, computational, and theoretical approaches to the study of human cognitive processes. The topics surveyed will include: perception, attention, memory, concepts, language and problem-solving. The course will show how these diverse psychological processes are related to and influence one another.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Western Main Campus Huron King's

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An introduction to empirical, computational, and theoretical approaches to the study of human cognitive processes. The topics surveyed will include: perception, attention, memory, concepts, language and problem-solving. The course will show how these diverse psychological processes are related to and influence one another.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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An introduction to empirical, computational, and theoretical approaches to the study of human cognitive processes. The topics surveyed will include: perception, attention, memory, concepts, language and problem-solving. The course will show how these diverse psychological processes are related to and influence one another.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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An Introduction to method and theory in the study of human cognitive processes. Topics covered may include: perception, attention, memory, concept formation, language, thinking, problem solving, and comparative cognition. The course will involve both theory and hands-on experience with the research methods used by cognitive psychologists.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2135A/B.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100E and Psychology 2830A/B. A minimum of 60% is required in Psychology 1100E.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
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An introduction to animal cognition, including topics such as classical and operant conditioning, memory, timing, and categorization.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2280E.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Brescia

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An introduction to animal cognition, including topics such as classical and operant conditioning, memory, timing, and categorization.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2280E.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Structure and function of the nervous system in relation to behaviour. The physiological basis of the major aspects of behavior in human and other animals (principally mammals) will be covered, including: sensorimotor control, sleep and waking cycles, reproduction, ingestion, aggression, learning, memory, communication and behavioral disorders. Some background in biology is desirable. This course is the normal prerequisite for Psychology 3285F/G.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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An introduction to the principles of evolutionary biology, genetics, and physiology in relation to behavior. This course is intended as an introduction to the biological basis of behavior for students who do not have a background in biology.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Huron King's

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An introduction to the principles of evolutionary biology, genetics, and physiology in relation to behavior. This course is intended as an introduction to the biological basis of behavior for students who do not have a background in biology.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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King's Brescia

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An introduction to the principles of evolutionary biology, genetics, and physiology in relation to behavior. This course is intended as an introduction to the biological basis of behavior for students who do not have a background in biology.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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Huron Brescia

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A research oriented course with emphasis on the methodology. Operant conditioning with animals and motivation with animals and humans will be emphasized in lectures and laboratory work. In the first term students participate 1 hour per day on weekdays (5 hours per week) in the laboratory in addition to the four scheduled classroom hours.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2210A/B, the former Psychology 3209F/G.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100E and Psychology 2830A/B. A minimum of 60% is required in Psychology 1100E.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
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This course offers a survey of major topics in clinical psychology, including assessment and intervention approaches; experimental psychopathology; ethical, professional and theoretical issues; and emerging trends.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3301F/G, the former Psychology 3300A/B.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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King's

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This course offers a survey of major topics in clinical psychology, including assessment and intervention approaches; experimental psychopathology; ethical, professional and theoretical issues; and emerging trends.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3301F/G, the former Psychology 3300A/B.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Brescia

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This theory course is designed to introduce the wide-ranging theories of psychopathology in adults. Topics will include the major DSM diagnostic categories, as well as research and treatment. The course orientation is empirical, with an emphasis on recent research findings with this population.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture and 1 tutorial hour.

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This is a theory course designed to introduce the wide-ranging theories of developmental psychopathology in children and adolescents. Topics will include the major DSM diagnostic categories for childhood disorders, as well as research and treatment. The course orientation is empirical, with an emphasis on recent research findings with this population.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours and 1 tutorial hour.

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An overview of the field examining research and theory exploring relationships of cognition and behaviour with physical health and illness. Topics may include: effects of stress on health, psychological predictors of health-related behaviour, and coping with serious illness. Applications of research and theory to prevention and intervention will also be explored.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2036A/B and Psychology 3330F/G.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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A survey of theory and research in developmental psychology including: learning, cognition, perception, personality, and social development in infancy and childhood.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2040A/B, Psychology 2480E, Health Sciences 2700A/B, and the former Psychology 2044.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main); 3 lecture hours (Brescia, King's).

Course Weight: 0.50
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King's Brescia

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A survey of theory and research in developmental psychology including: learning, cognition, perception, personality, and social development in infancy and childhood.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2040A/B, Psychology 2480E, Health Sciences 2700A/B, and the former Psychology 2044.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main); 3 lecture hours (Brescia, King's).

Course Weight: 0.50
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Western Main Campus King's

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A survey of theory and research in developmental psychology including: learning, cognition, perception, personality, and social development in infancy and childhood.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2040A/B, Psychology 2480E, Health Sciences 2700A/B, and the former Psychology 2044.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main); 3 lecture hours (Brescia, King's).

Course Weight: 0.50
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Western Main Campus Brescia

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A survey of theory and research in developmental psychology, including: learning, cognition, perception, personality, and social development in infancy and childhood. Each week, students complete 1.5 hours of research conducted at the University Laboratory School, in addition to 3 hours of in-class lecture.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2410A/B, Health Sciences 2700A/B or the former Health Sciences 3700A/B, the former Psychology 2044.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100E and Psychology 2830A/B. A minimum of 60% is required in Psychology 1100E.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/demonstration hours. Other introductory Psychology courses may be substituted with the permission of the department.

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A survey of the history, methodology and content of the study of individual differences. Topics to be covered include: evaluation of typical personality assessment methods and a consideration of modern empirical research in personality theory and assessment.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2050 if taken before 2016.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Huron King's Brescia

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A survey of the history, methodology and content of the study of individual differences. Topics to be covered include: evaluation of typical personality assessment methods and a consideration of modern empirical research in personality theory and assessment.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2050 if taken before 2016.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

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A survey of the history, methodology and content of the study of individual differences. Topics to be covered include: evaluation of typical personality assessment methods and a consideration of modern empirical research in personality theory and assessment.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2050 if taken before 2016.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

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A survey of the history, methodology and content of the study of individual differences. Topics to be covered include: evaluation of typical personality assessment methods and a consideration of modern empirical research in personality theory and assessment.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2050 if taken before 2016.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

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Survey of psychological research and theory in terms of their implications for educational practice. Topics will include learning, motivation, development, problem-solving, individual differences, teacher effectiveness, and assessment.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2620A/B.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 4 hours lecture/discussion.

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Survey of psychological research and theory in terms of their implications for educational practice. Topics will include learning, motivation, development, problem-solving, individual differences, teacher effectiveness, and assessment.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2610F/G.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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An introduction to the theories, methods, findings and applications of industrial and organizational psychology. Topics to be covered include: personnel recruitment and selection, employee training and development, performance appraisal, work attitudes and motivation, leadership and group processes, and organizational design.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

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An introduction to the theories, methods, findings and applications of industrial and organizational psychology. Topics to be covered include: personnel recruitment and selection, employee training and development, performance appraisal, work attitudes and motivation, leadership and group processes, and organizational design.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

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An introduction to the theories, methods, findings, and problems encountered in the study of people as social beings. Emphasis will be placed on experimental research, conducted both in the laboratory and in the field. Content areas include attitudes and social cognition, social interaction and influence, group processes and applications of social psychology.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 tutorial hours. Note: This is an essay course version of Psychology 2720A/B.

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An introduction to the theories, findings, methods, and problems encountered in the study of people as social beings. Emphasis will be placed on experimental research, conducted both in the laboratory and in the field. Content areas include: attitudes and social cognition, social interaction and influence, group processes and applications of social psychology.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 tutorial hours (Main); 3 lecture hours (Brescia, King's).

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An introduction to the theories, findings, methods, and problems encountered in the study of people as social beings. Emphasis will be placed on experimental research, conducted both in the laboratory and in the field. Content areas include: attitudes and social cognition, social interaction and influence, group processes and applications of social psychology.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 tutorial hours (Main); 3 lecture hours (Brescia, King's).

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An introduction to the theories, findings, methods, and problems encountered in the study of people as social beings. Emphasis will be placed on experimental research, conducted both in the laboratory and in the field. Content areas include: attitudes and social cognition, social interaction and influence, group processes and applications of social psychology.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 tutorial hours (Main); 3 lecture hours (Brescia, King's).

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Selected topics of interest in Psychology. Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in Psychology 1100E. Other introductory Psychology courses may be substituted with the permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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Selected topics of interest in Psychology. Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in Psychology 1100E. Other introductory Psychology courses may be substituted with the permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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A research oriented course in social psychology offering concentration in the methods and content of two major areas of social psychology, small group structure and functioning, and the measurement, change, and development of social attitudes.


Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100E and Psychology 2830A/B. A minimum of 60% is required in Psychology 1100E.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours, 1 hour to be assigned by the instructor.

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Using selected examples, this course will introduce students to the variety of ways to conduct research in Psychology. Topics to be covered include: the scientific approach; ethical issues in human and animal research; designing, running, analyzing and writing up a research project; experimental, observational and correlational research strategies.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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Introduction to data analysis with particular reference to statistical procedures commonly used in Psychological research.


Prerequisite(s): One full course in mathematics plus at least 60% in a 1000-level Psychology course. To fulfill the mathematics requirement, you must complete a full course equivalent by taking 1.0 courses from among the following courses: Applied Mathematics 1201A/B or the former Calculus 1201A/B, Mathematics 0110A/B, Mathematics 1120A/B, Mathematics 1225A/B, Mathematics 1228A/B, Mathematics 1229A/B, Mathematics 1600A/B, Calculus 1000A/B, the former Calculus 1100A/B, Calculus 1301A/B, Calculus 1500A/B, Calculus 1501A/B, the former Linear Algebra 1600A/B, Statistical Sciences 1024A/B, former Mathematics 030 and 031. If Mathematics 0110A/B is selected, then either Statistical Sciences 1024A/B or Mathematics 1228A/B must be taken. The combination of Mathematics 1228A/B and Statistical Sciences 1024A/B is strongly recommended.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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An introduction to the design, conduct, and statistical analyses of psychological research. The intent is to provide students with knowledge of how to implement and evaluate research in both laboratory and applied settings. Design and statistical analysis will be taught in the context of specific studies and data sets from correlational, experimental, quasi-experimental and qualitative research. Written research projects will be required.


Prerequisite(s): One full course in mathematics plus at least 60% in a 1000-level Psychology course. To fulfill the mathematics requirement, you must complete a full course equivalent by taking 1.0 courses from among the following courses: Applied Mathematics 1201A/B or the former Calculus 1201A/B, Mathematics 0110A/B, Mathematics 1120A/B, Mathematics 1225A/B, Mathematics 1228A/B, Mathematics 1229A/B, Mathematics 1600A/B, Calculus 1000A/B, the former Calculus 1100A/B, Calculus 1301A/B, Calculus 1500A/B, Calculus 1501A/B, the former Linear Algebra 1600A/B, Statistical Sciences 1024A/B. If Mathematics 0110A/B is selected, then either Statistical Sciences 1024A/B or Mathematics 1228A/B must be taken. The combination of Mathematics 1228A/B and Statistical Sciences 1024A/B is strongly recommended.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory/tutorial hours.

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An advanced treatment of the collection, analysis and interpretation of behavioral data, reviewing and extending the topics covered in Psychology 1100E; problems in the design and conduct of studies and experiments, operational definitions, experimental control and recording of behavior; statistical treatment of data, including descriptive and inferential statistics.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in Psychology 1100E.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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This course is an introduction to basic issues in psychological research. Topics covered include issues in observation and measurement, ethics, and basic issues involved in doing both non-experimental and experimental research.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course; Mathematics 1228A/B and Statistical Sciences 1024A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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This course provides an introduction to techniques of statistical analysis with an emphasis an application in Psychology. Topics include descriptive statistics, the normal distribution, probability, inferential statistics, and hypothesis testing. Also included will be discussion on the interpretation of statistics in other research designs including correlation, repeated samples testing and analysis of variance.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course expands on basic statistics with an aim at developing an understanding of the use and interpretation of statistics in more complex Psychological research designs. Topics include repeated samples testing, estimation, analysis of variance, correlation, simple linear regression and non-parametric tests.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in Psychology 2850A/B.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course will introduce students to the variety of ways research is conducted in psychology. Topics to be covered include the scientific approach, ethical issues in human and animal research, specific experimental and non-experimental designs, and APA writing style.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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Building on students' knowledge of design and ethical issues in psychological research, this course will introduce more complex designs and data analysis. Students will design and conduct an original research project and communicate the findings in an APA-style written report.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in Psychology 2855F/G.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with some of the ways in which psychological evidence and techniques can be applied to the practice of law, business, education, the health sciences, etc.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with some of the ways in which psychological evidence and techniques can be applied to the practice of law, business, education, the health sciences, etc.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with some of the ways in which psychological evidence and techniques can be applied to the practice of law, business, education, the health sciences, etc.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in a 1000 level Psychology course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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Topics may include the physiology, psychopathology, and anomalous aspects of altered states, dreams, dissociative states, drug-induced states, and experiences associated with death.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G, (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G, or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course will provide an introduction to the Neuroscience of Creativity, Aesthetics and the Arts Research on neuroaesthetics, music and the brain, creativity and the brain, the role of emotion in cognition, spirituality and the brain and developmental issues in all of these areas will be discussed.

Prerequisite(s): Any course (0.5 or 1.0) in Psychology at the 2100 level or above.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Theoretical and empirical studies on problem solving, reasoning, concept formation, thinking and cross-cultural variations in thinking processes.


Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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A review of data and theories from cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience that bear on how people form, retain, and retrieve memory representations. Emphasis will be placed on studies that address cognitive processes, but some research on brain mechanisms will be covered as well.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, and one of Psychology 2115A/B, Psychology 2134A/B, Psychology 2135A/B, Psychology 2220A/B, Psychology 2221A/B or Neuroscience 2000. Minimum grade of 60% required in all prerequisites courses.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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Cognitive Science combines psychology, artificial intelligence, neuroscience, neuropsychology, linguistics, philosophy, and anthropology to study how people think. Students will learn about how cognitive scientists approach problems in a diverse, integrated manner to help us understand how people learn and process, for example, concepts and language.


Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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This course will examine how people acquire, process, and use a second language. Topics will include simultaneous and sequential bilingualism, the critical period hypothesis, theories of bilingual language representation, cross-language transfer, language selection and switching, simultaneous interpreting, cognitive consequences of bilingualism, the bilingual brain, and bilingual education.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3990F taken in 2008.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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This course covers how children learn and use their first language. Major topics include the stages of language development, how these phenomena can inform theories of language representation and use in humans, the biological bases of language learning, and the relationship between first and second language learning.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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This course examines the cognitive processes involved in the development of reading ability and skilled reading. Topics will include predictors of reading success, theories of reading ability, eye movements, reading comprehension, and dyslexia.

Antirequisite(s): the former Psychology 3142E.


Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Origins of imaginative thinking; perceptions, emotions, memory, language and symbolic expressions in creative processes; child's intellectual functions and creative potential; psychopathology and creativity; theories of psychology of art; assessing creative thinking; criterion and prediction studies; creativity in special fields and settings; scientific and artistic creativity.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G, (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G, or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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Survey of contemporary issues in consciousness studies considered from a phenomenological perspective.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G, (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G, or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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This course will introduce students to the variety of research methods used in the psychological study of language. Methods used to study reading processes, speech perception and comprehension, and spoken language production will be covered.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2810 and one of Psychology 2115A/B, Psychology 2134A/B or Psychology 2135A/B, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Third or fourth year Psychology Majors and Psychology Special Students who receive 70% or higher in Psychology 2820E (or 60% or higher in Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810), plus 60% or higher in one of Psychology 2115A/B, Psychology 2134A/B or Psychology 2135A/B also may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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Cognitive theorists face a unique problem: the understanding of mental structures and processes that are not directly observable. A variety of methods used to address this problem will be surveyed, by introducing research questions of enduring interest. Students will be expected to use the techniques learned. Cognitive domains to be examined include attention, memory, problem-solving, and thinking.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2810 and one of Psychology 2115A/B, Psychology 2134A/B, or Psychology 2135A/B, Psychology 2220A/B, Psychology 2221A/B, or Neuroscience 2000 plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology, or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience or Honors Specialization in Neuroscience. Third or fourth year Psychology Majors and Psychology Special Students who receive 70% or higher in Psychology 2820E (or 60% or higher in Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810), plus 60% or higher in one of Psychology 2115A/B, Psychology 2134A/B, Psychology 2135A/B, Psychology 2220A/B, Psychology 2221A/B, or Neuroscience 2000 also may enroll in this course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, and one of Psychology 2115A/B, Psychology 2134A/B, Psychology 2135A/B. Minimum grade of 60% required in all prerequisites courses.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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An examination of motivation and emotion from a variety of perspectives. Biological, cognitive, developmental, evolutionary, physiological and social approaches to motivation and emotion may be considered.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2280E.


Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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An examination of motivation and emotion from a variety of perspectives. Biological, cognitive, developmental, evolutionary, physiological and social approaches to motivation and emotion may be considered.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2280E.


Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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This course examines sex differences in the brain and behaviour of both humans and non-human species. Topics may include strategies and methods for evaluating sex differences, genetic and hormonal influences, cognition, affiliative behaviour, stress, motivation, reward, energy regulation, immune functioning, pain, and disease.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3225A/B, Psychology 3226A/B, Psychology 3990F/G taught at Brescia 2008-09 to 2010-11.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in Psychology 2220A/B or Psychology 2221A/B.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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An introduction to the scientific study of animal behavior, emphasizing evolutionary and ecological influences on behavior. Recent research from the field and the laboratory will be used to illustrate such topics as communication, foraging, orientation, territoriality, mate choice, altruism, and animal cognition.

Antirequisite(s): Biology 3436F/G.


Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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Neural mechanisms in human perception, spatial orientation, memory, language, and motor behavior.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3227A/B.


Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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An evolutionary and biological approach to understanding the differences between men and women. Topics include sociobiological explanations of sex roles; gonadal and brain sexual differentiation; hormonal factors in aggression, sexual preference and gender identity; sex differences in cognitive function; genetic and hormonal influences on sexually dimorphic brain function.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3215F/G.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, and one of Psychology 2220A/B, Psychology 2221A/B or Neuroscience 2000. Minimum grade of 60% required in all prerequisite courses.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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An in-depth review of current research problems in the field and the biological mechanisms by which hormones can affect behaviour. Topics may include hormones and brain development, sexual differentiation, sexual and courtship behaviour, parental behaviour, aggressive behaviour, stress, food intake, and endocrine disorders in humans.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3215F/G.


Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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This course will discuss: 1) Common forms of brain injury, 2) basic neuroanatomy, 3) various methods of diagnosing brain injuries, including neurocognitive assessments and neuroimaging techniques, 4) historical and current treatments of the more common forms of brain injury, and 5) treatment outcomes.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3224A/B.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2220A/B or Psychology 2221A/B and registration in third or fourth year of the Honors Specialization or Major in Psychology modules, or permission of the department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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A survey of evolutionary approaches to the study of human behavior, including evolutionary psychology.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3229A/B.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1000 or Biology 1001A with a minimum grade of 60% and registration in third or fourth year.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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A survey of evolutionary approaches to the study of human behavior, including evolutionary psychology.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2850A/B or Psychology 2851A/B and Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G or Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, and one of Psychology 2220A/B, Psychology 2221A/B. Minimum grade of 60% required in all prerequisites courses.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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An in-depth examination of music and the brain. After reviewing neuroscience techniques, we will discuss music and evolutionary theories, emotional responses, comparisons to language, effects on children, and changes of brain structure in musicians.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3190F if taken in Fall of 2011.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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An introduction to techniques used to investigate the neural and endocrine bases of behavior.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2810, and one of Psychology 2220A/B, Psychology 2221A/B or Neuroscience 2000, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Honors Specialization in Neuroscience, or Honors Specialization in Animal Behavior. Third or fourth year Psychology Majors and Psychology Special Students who receive 70% or higher in Psychology 2820E (or 60% or higher in Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810), plus 60% or higher in one of Psychology 2220A/B, Psychology 2221A/B or Neuroscience 2000 also may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 1 lecture hour/3 laboratory hours.

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Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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This course offers a survey of major topics in clinical psychology, including assessment and intervention approaches; experimental psychopathology; ethical, professional and theoretical issues; and emerging trends.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2301A/B, the former Psychology 3300A/B.


Extra Information: 3 lecture/seminar hours.

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This is a course in behavior modification and behavior therapy in both clinical and non-clinical settings with an emphasis on methodology. A sound knowledge of operant and classical conditioning techniques is mandatory. Topical readings will be discussed in seminars and the course includes a practicum.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in Psychology 2210A/B or Psychology 2280E and permission of the instructor. May be taken concurrently with Psychology 2280E.

Extra Information: 2 seminar hours: 1 hour to be assigned by the instructor.

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This theory course is designed to introduce the wide-ranging theories and treatment perspectives of psychopathology in adults. The major disorders covered in the DSM will be explored, with an orientation on empirical research findings.


Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology, Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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An introduction to psychopathology. General principles such as description and classification, development and dynamics, causation, evaluation, treatment, research design. Application of these principles to the analysis of the main syndromes of abnormal behavior.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3310F/G and Psychology 3320F/G.

Prerequisite(s): At least 70% in any course (0.5 or 1.0) in Psychology at the 2100 level or above.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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Major concepts, distinctions and classes of events in the field of psychological stress and coping will be covered. Individual differences in stress-proneness and their measurement will be considered as well. Finally, contemporary mathematical and computer-simulation approaches to "stress as a process" will be addressed, and explained in non-technical terms.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 4390F if taken in 2011/12, 2012/13 or 2013/14.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/seminar hours.

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This course introduces students to central issues in the area of forensic psychology, including recent theoretical and research developments. Topics may include detecting deception, eyewitness testimony, police selection and training, investigative interviewing, jury selection and decision-making, offender profiling, special populations (e.g., psychopathy, domestic violence), and fitness to stand trial.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2031A/B, Psychology 2032A/B, the former Psychology 3314F/G.

Prerequisite(s): At least 0.5 Psych course in Research Methods at the 2000 level or above, and registration in 3rd or 4th year of Honors Specialization or Honors Double Major in Psych, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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This course introduces students to central issues in the area of forensic psychology, including recent theoretical and research developments. Topics may include detecting deception, eyewitness testimony, police selection and training, investigative interviewing, jury selection and decision-making, offender profiling, special populations (e.g., psychopathy, domestic violence), and fitness to stand trial.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2031A/B, Psychology 2032A/B, the former Psychology 3314F/G.

Prerequisite(s): At least 0.5 Psych course in Research Methods at the 2000 level or above, and registration in 3rd or 4th year of Honors Specialization or Honors Double Major in Psych, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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This course introduces students to major topics in the prevention and treatment of various forms of addictive behavior. The course also involves a structured community service learning component in which students will help addictions-related organizations meet their identified needs. This work will not necessarily involve direct client contact.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810. Registration is by special permission only and must be obtained from the course instructor in the Spring/Summer before the course begins in the Fall term.

Extra Information: 2 seminar hours, 3 placement hours. (This course has a service learning component.)

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This course covers the psychobiological theories and research aimed at helping us understand the diversity of human responses to traumatic life experiences, including sexual assault, childhood maltreatment and war. Antirequisites: Psychology 3390G if taken in 2012/13 or 2013/14.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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An introduction to Community Psychology, which focuses on person-environment interactions and on how society influences individual and community functioning. The course will include a community engaged learning (CEL) component whereby students apply their scholarship to help community-based organizations meet their identified needs. This will not necessarily involve direct client contact.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810. Registration is by special permission only and must be obtained from the course instructor in the Spring/Summer before the course begins in the Fall term.

Extra Information: 2 seminar hours, 4-5 hours on community placement/project. (This course has a service learning component).

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This is a theory course designed to introduce the wide-ranging theories of developmental psychopathology in children and adolescents. Topics will include the major DSM diagnostic categories for childhood disorders, as well as research and treatment. The course orientation is empirical, with an emphasis on recent research findings with this population.


Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology, Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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This course will focus on the scientific and professional contributions of the discipline of psychology to the promotion and maintenance of health, the prevention and treatment of illness, and the identification of etiologic correlates of health, illness, and related dysfunction.


Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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A review of research and data related to how physical activity (e.g., sport, exercise) influences, and is influenced by, mental health. Topics may include depression, anxiety eating disorders, personality issues, motivation to exercise/sport participation, preventive factors, and other issues relating to mental health and wellness continua.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in third or fourth year of a Major, Specialization or Honors Specialization in Psychology, or permission of instructor/department.

Extra Information: 3 hours. Cannot be used towards completion of a Kinesiology module.

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An in depth analysis and critique of theory and research on risk behaviour in adolescence and substance use in emerging adulthood, including precursors, correlates and outcomes. Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of: (1) adolescence and emerging adulthood as developmental periods, (2) the biological, cognitive and social factors that underlie youth risk behavior, and (3) current prevention and intervention efforts.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2830A/B (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2840F/G, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2855F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Major in Psychology, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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Professional counselling and psychotherapy; various processes and techniques of therapeutic counselling; special relationship problems; transference, resistance; interpretation techniques and group counselling; special areas of application of psychotherapeutic counselling: marriage, family, human relations in education and in industry, counselling and problems of values.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3991F/G Special Topics: Introduction to Counselling (Brescia 2013-14).

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Prerequisite(s): Registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology.

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The course covers major areas of exceptionality, such as above-and below-average intelligence, various physical disabilities, learning disabilities, and social and emotional disturbances. The etiology, diagnosis and management of exceptionality are examined.


Prerequisite(s): Registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or permission of the instructor.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 hours to be assigned by the instructor.

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An introduction to the way in which genetic and experiential factors interactively contribute to the emergence of adaptive neural structures underlying visual processing, face perception, number processing, language, memory, and executive functions.


Extra Information: 3 lecture/seminar hours.

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An in-depth theoretical and methodological examination of the association between the development of cognitive control and age-related changes in prefrontal cortex structure and function.


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The course reviews data from recent cognitive neuroscience research on educationally-relevant cognitive functions. Discussions will focus on how such studies may be useful to education and how, in turn, insights from education may inform developmental cognitive neuroscience research.


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An examination of how children develop numerical abilities from infancy onwards, focussing on the roles of memory, spatial ability, and language. The course will also examine well-publicized studies on the poor levels of performance in mathematics among North American students, and compare this to student performance in other countries.


Extra Information: 3 lecture/seminar hours.

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An in-depth examination of the social brain and how it develops. Topics include the cognitive and neural development of face processing, social attention, and theory of mind. In addition to typical development, we will examine cases of atypical development, including "faceblindness" in developmental prosopagnosia and "mindblindness" in autism.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3490G if taken in 2014-15.


Extra Information: 3 lecture/seminar hours.

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Human survival and reproduction depends on the ability to form and maintain social relationships with others. This course reviews biological, cognitive, social, and contextual processes that enable human children to “get along” with others, and processes associated with social maladaptation. Topics include attachment, emotion regulation, aggression, prosocial behavior, and gender. Antirequisites: Psychology 3781F/G.


Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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This seminar course will investigate the processes of development and major developmental milestones that occur during the first year of life, with an emphasis on developmental theories and empirical findings from the literature. Topics covered include: physical development, perceptual development, cognitive development, language development and social development.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in Psychology 2480E or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/seminar hours.

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Survey of research methods in developmental psychology including problems in the study of age differences, issues of reliability and validity, and interpretations of causality. Students will gather data involving children using observational or interview methods.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2810, and one of Psychology 2040A/B or Psychology 2410A/B, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Third or fourth year Psychology Majors and Psychology Special Students who receive 70% or higher in Psychology 2820E (or 60% or higher in Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810), plus 60% or higher in one of Psychology 2040A/B or Psychology 2410A/B also may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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An introduction to the design, administration, and interpretation of developmental cognitive neuroscience research. Students receive instruction in the formulation of developmental research questions and the choice of appropriate methods, and training in the analysis, and interpretation of pediatric evoked response potential (ERP) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2810 and one of Psychology 2040A/B, Psychology 2410A/B, Psychology 2220A/B, Psychology 2221A/B, Psychology 2410A/B or Neuroscience 2000, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology, Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience or, Honors Specialization in Neuroscience. Third or fourth year Psychology Majors and Psychology Special Students who receive 70% or higher in Psychology 2820E (or 60% or higher in Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810), plus 60% or higher in one of Psychology 2040A/B, Psychology 2410A/B, Psychology 2220A/B, Psychology 2221A/B, Psychology 2410A/B or Neuroscience 2000 also may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/laboratory hours.

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An in-depth analysis of research in selected topics of developmental psychology. Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Addresses reliability and validity issues as well as several contemporary topics in assessment such as multitrait-multimethod analysis, personality testing in personnel selection, and control of dissimulation or "faking" of personality test responses. The course includes a hands-on research component.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Third or fourth year Psychology Majors and Psychology Special Students who earn 70% or higher in Psychology 2820E (or 60% or higher in Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810) also may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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A look at the management and measurement of employee work performance through a psychological lens. Topics include the emotionally-charged nature of the social context surrounding work performance; work performance as viewed by the self, versus peers and supervisors; using psychological expertise to improve the fairness and accuracy of performance feedback. Antirequisite: Psychology 3690F if taken in 2012/13 or Psychology 4690G if taken in 2013/14.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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This course examines and assesses psychological research on workgroups / teams. Particular attention is paid to issues associated with team composition, team processes, individual vs. group performance, and the organizational context in which teams operate. Methodological/statistical issues associated with workgroup/team research are given considerable emphasis.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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This course will cover selected topics of current interest in Educational Psychology. Both research and theory in this field will be discussed, and their implications for educational practice. The course will build upon topics covered in the introductory course, such as learning, development, teaching styles, and effectiveness and assessment.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2610F/G or Psychology 2620A/B, and registration in third or fourth year of Psychology program or special permission of Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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A review of psychological theory and research relating to the interplay of influence, direct behavior change phenomena, persuasion-based and behavior-based attitude change, the influence of mood states, hypnosis, cognitive processes in influence, and resisting influence.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3721F/G and Psychology 3723F/G.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2712F/G, Psychology 2720A/B or Psychology 2780E, and Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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The course will consider the social, situational and personality factors responsible for the occurrence of antisocial behaviors such as violence and aggression, and of prosocial behaviors such as helping others in disaster or crisis situations.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810 (or Psychology 2780E or permission of the Department at Huron).

Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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The course will consider the social, situational and personality factors responsible for the occurrence of antisocial behaviors such as violence and aggression, and of prosocial behaviors such as helping others in disaster or crisis situations.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810 (or Psychology 2780E or permission of the Department at Huron).

Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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An examination of social psychological theories and research relating to attitude formation and change. Both persuasion of others and self-persuasion will be considered. Specific topics to be covered include the effects of fear appeals, race relations and prejudice, mass media, communications, advertising, and sex role stereotypes.


Prerequisite(s): At least 0.5 Psych course in Research Methods at the 2000 level or above, and registration in 3rd or 4th year of Honors Specialization or Honors Double Major in Psych, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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A critical analysis of theory and empirical research on attitudes and attitude change from a social psychological perspective. The topics include how attitudes are formed, measured, and influence our decisions, as well as different theoretical perspectives on persuasion, factors that influence persuasive messages, and how empirical research on attitudes and persuasion is applied in various social contexts.


Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in Psychology 2780E or permission of the Department at Huron.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

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This course will describe research and theory in social psychology relating to attitudes. Topics to be covered include dissonance, factors associated with effective persuasion, resistance to persuasion, advertising, religious attitudes, environmental attitudes, prejudice, and propaganda.


Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

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This course provides an overview of the field of intimate relationships. Current empirical research is emphasized. Topics include theoretical perspectives on intimate relationships (e.g., social psychological theory, evolutionary and life histories theory), interpersonal attraction, love, sexuality, communication within relationships, and various relationship challenges (conflict, violence, power, loss, etc.).

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3726F/G, Psychology 3790G if taken in 2012/2013.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

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In this course, we will examine and critique psychological theory and research related to prejudice and intergroup relations. Topics to be addressed include the causes and forms of prejudice and discrimination, experiences of disadvantage and privilege, approaches to improving intergroup attitudes, and fostering intergroup equality and social justice.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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This course provides an overview of theory and research on personal relationships from a social psychological perspective. The course will examine topics on the formation, function, maintenance, and dissolution of relationships, with an emphasis on romantic relationships and friendships. The interplay between relationship dynamics and self processes will also be considered.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3724F/G, Psychology 3790G if taken in 2012/2013.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in Psychology 2780E or permission of the Department at Huron.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

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This course provides an introduction to social psychological research and theories in the area of attitudes. The topics include classic and contemporary theories of attitudes (e.g., Dissonance Theory, Elaboration Likelihood Model), how attitudes are defined, measured, formed, and changed, as well as how attitudes affect how we think and behave.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3721F/G, Psychology 3723F/G, Psychology 3995G (2016, 2015 and 2014).

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization or Honors Double Major in Psychology, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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Selected topics of current interest in Psychology. Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or permission of the department.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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This course examines the history of the self as a topic of study in Psychology and reviews recent research on self and identity. Topics include self-esteem, self-presentation, the nature of our self-knowledge, social aspects to the self, self-control, and the role of the self in motivation and morality.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G, (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G, or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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An examination of meaning, authenticity and self-transformation from humanistic and transpersonal perspectives. Implications for personal growth, counselling and global concerns.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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An examination of selected topics in the psychology of religion.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2065A/B.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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An introduction to the methods and techniques used in the study of human social behavior. Students will conduct studies using a variety of procedures, and will develop an independent research proposal.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2780E.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2810, and one of Psychology 2070A/B or Psychology 2720A/B, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Psychology Majors and Psychology Special Students who earn 70% or higher in Psychology 2820E (or 60% or higher in Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810), plus 60% or higher in one of Psychology 2070A/B or Psychology 2720A/B) also may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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The course examines developmental theory and research relevant to studying social relationships during childhood and adolescence. The significance of friendships, peer groups, sibling relationships, and emerging romantic relationships will be discussed. In the context of these relationships, methodological issues, intervention programs, and gender and cultural differences will be considered.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3445F/G.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/discussion hours.

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This course covers most statistical procedures used in psychological research, and the use and interpretation of SPSS for Windows. Topics covered include the t test, various forms of analysis of variance, chi-square, bivariate and multiple regression and correlation, factor analysis, multivariate analysis of variance, and Monte Carlo methods.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3830F/G.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2810, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, or Honors Specialization in Animal Behaviour. Psychology Majors students and Psychology Special Students who earn 70% or higher in Psychology 2820E or 60% or higher in or Psychology 2810 may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours (Main); 2 lecture hours, 1 laboratory hour (Brescia). Note at Brescia campus: Psychology 3800F/G is a mandatory course for students taking an Honors Specialization in Psychology at Brescia. Priority in enrollment will thus be given to Brescia University College Honors Specialization students.

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This course covers most statistical procedures used in psychological research, and the use and interpretation of SPSS for Windows. Topics covered include the t test, various forms of analysis of variance, chi-square, bivariate and multiple regression and correlation, factor analysis, multivariate analysis of variance, and Monte Carlo methods.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3830F/G.


Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours (Main); 2 lecture hours, 1 laboratory hour (Brescia). Note at Brescia campus: Psychology 3800F/G is a mandatory course for students taking an Honors Specialization in Psychology at Brescia. Priority in enrollment will thus be given to Brescia University College Honors Specialization students.

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This course will introduce concepts of ethics and cover different professional and research ethics guidelines, with more in-depth study of particular and current controversies. Topics may include research in human genetics, animal research and concept of animal rights, professional relationships, particularly ethical issues in working with children, and psychological testing and reporting of test results.

Prerequisite(s): At least 60% in Psychology 1000 and registration in third or fourth year of a Major, Specialization, or Honors Specialization in Psychology, or permission of instructor.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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Topics include: fundamentals of operating microcomputers, use of statistical packages (e.g., SPSS/PC+), interpretation of computer output from univariate and multivariate statistical analyses.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3800F/G.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2830A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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An introduction to the foundations and methods for developing questionnaires and surveys. Topics include methods and types of survey measurement, construction administration, data collection and reporting of results. Students will normally participate in the development of surveys with community partner agencies.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or minimum grade of 70% in Psychology 2840F/G (or minimum grade of 70% in both Psychology 2830A and Psychology 3830F/G at Huron); or Mminimum grade of 60% in both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, or minimum grade of 70% in Psychology 2820E (or a minimum grade of 60% in both Psychology 2830A/B and Psychology 3830F/G at Huron). Other Psychology students and Special Students who receive a 70% in Psychology 2810 may also enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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An introduction to the foundations and methods for developing questionnaires and surveys. Topics include methods and types of survey measurement, construction administration, data collection and reporting of results. Students will normally participate in the development of surveys with community partner agencies.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or minimum grade of 70% in Psychology 2840F/G (or minimum grade of 70% in both Psychology 2830A and Psychology 3830F/G at Huron); or Mminimum grade of 60% in both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, or minimum grade of 70% in Psychology 2820E (or a minimum grade of 60% in both Psychology 2830A/B and Psychology 3830F/G at Huron). Other Psychology students and Special Students who receive a 70% in Psychology 2810 may also enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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An introduction to the foundations and methods for developing questionnaires and surveys. Topics include methods and types of survey measurement, construction administration, data collection and reporting of results. Students will normally participate in the development of surveys with community partner agencies.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or minimum grade of 70% in Psychology 2840F/G (or minimum grade of 70% in both Psychology 2830A and Psychology 3830F/G at Huron); or Mminimum grade of 60% in both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, or minimum grade of 70% in Psychology 2820E (or a minimum grade of 60% in both Psychology 2830A/B and Psychology 3830F/G at Huron). Other Psychology students and Special Students who receive a 70% in Psychology 2810 may also enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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An overview and in-class practice of qualitative research methods including in-depth interviewing, focus groups, naturalistic observation, content analysis, and thematic analysis of textual information. The course includes an introduction to five qualitative research perspectives: grounded theory, phenomenology, narrative psychology, ethnography, and case studies. Students will conduct individual projects.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 4991G if taken in 2014/15 and Psychology 3990G if taken in 2015/16. Sociology 3307F/G.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Examination of methods and data analyses in experimental research in psychology. Topics may include theory, hypothesis generation, sampling, manipulation, measurement, data analysis, generalizability and the use of computers for stimulus presentation, data collection and data analysis.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G, or Psychology 2856F/G) & and third or fourth year Honors Specialization Psychology status or registration in third year Psychology with a minimum average of 70% in all courses taken with no mark in any course less than 60%.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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Examination of methods and data analyses in non-experimental research in psychology. Topics may include inference of causality, measurement of association, partial correlation, simple and multiple linear regression, interactions and non-linear effects in regression analyses, test construction, reliability, factor analyses, quasi-experimental designs, longitudinal research and the use of computers in non-experimental data analyses.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3800F/G and Psychology 3830F/G.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G, or Psychology 2856F/G) & and third or fourth year Honors Specialization Psychology status or registration in third year Psychology with a minimum average of 70% in all courses taken with no mark in any course less than 60%.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

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An examination of theoretical approaches and major systems in psychology. In addition to examining the content of a variety of theories in psychology, this course will emphasize the role of theory in general as part of the scientific process.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3950F/G.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G, or Psychology 2856F/G) & and third or fourth year Honors Specialization Psychology status or registration in third year Psychology with a minimum average of 70% in all courses taken with no mark in any course less than 60%.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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This course will consider a range or questions relating to art that are of interest to psychologists, organized into broad sections: art and mental illness; philosophical issues; and applied topics. Readings will be drawn from a range of sources, including empirical articles, case studies, reviews and books by eminent thinkers.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3990G if taken in 2013-14 or 2014-15.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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A survey of the major ideas and scholars important to the development of Western psychology, examined from an historical and sociocultural perspective. Recommended for those thinking of graduate work in clinical psychology. CPA accredited programs require coursework on this topic and most will accept this course as fulfilling the criterion.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3893F/G (King's).

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/discussion hours.

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A survey of the major ideas and scholars important to the development of Western psychology, examined from an historical and sociocultural perspective. Recommended for those thinking of graduate work in clinical psychology. CPA accredited programs require coursework on this topic and most will accept this course as fulfilling the criterion.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3893F/G (King's).

Prerequisite(s): Registration in Year 3 or Year 4 of a Psychology Major or Honors Specialization in Psychology, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Physiology-Psychology, and Animal Behavior.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/discussion hours.

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A survey of the major ideas and scholars important to the development of Western psychology, examined from an historical and sociocultural perspective. Recommended for those thinking of graduate work in clinical psychology. CPA accredited programs require coursework on this topic and most will accept this course as fulfilling the criterion.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3893F/G (King's).

Prerequisite(s): Registration in Year 3 or Year 4 of a Psychology Major or Honors Specialization in Psychology, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Physiology-Psychology, and Animal Behavior.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/discussion hours.

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Selected topics of current interest in Psychology. Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Selected topics of current interest in Psychology. Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): At least 0.5 Psych course in Research Methods at the 2000 level or above, and registration in 3rd or 4th year of Honors Specialization or Honors Double Major in Psych, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): At least 0.5 Psych course in Research Methods at the 2000 level or above, and registration in 3rd or 4th year of Honors Specialization or Honors Double Major in Psych, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

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Selected topics of current interest in Psychology. Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours

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Selected topics of current interest in Psychology. Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours

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Selected topics of current interest in Psychology. Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours

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Selected topics of current interest in Psychology. Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2840F/G (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major, Major or Specialization in Psychology, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Individual reading and research at an advanced level under faculty supervision. Students are responsible for arranging independent study credit with an individual faculty member of their choice.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3998F/G.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810. In addition, written permission of instructor and department and an "A" average the previous year.

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Individual reading and research at an advanced level under faculty supervision. Students are responsible for arranging independent study credit with an individual faculty member of their choice.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3999G.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810. In addition, written permission of instructor and department and an "A" average the previous year.

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Individual reading and research at an advanced level under faculty supervision. Students are responsible for arranging independent study credit with an individual faculty member of their choice.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3996F.

Prerequisite(s): One of Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2840F/G, Psychology 2850A/B AND registration in third or fourth year of the Major or Honors Specialization modules in Psychology at Brescia, Huron, or King's. In addition, written permission of instructor and department and an "A" average the previous year.

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Huron King's

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Individual reading and research at an advanced level under faculty supervision. Students are responsible for arranging independent study credit with an individual faculty member of their choice.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3996F.

Prerequisite(s): One of Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2840F/G, Psychology 2850A/B AND registration in third or fourth year of the Major or Honors Specialization modules in Psychology at Brescia, Huron, or King's. In addition, written permission of instructor and department and an "A" average the previous year.

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King's Brescia

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Individual reading and research at an advanced level under faculty supervision. Students are responsible for arranging independent study credit with an individual faculty member of their choice.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3996F.

Prerequisite(s): One of Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2840F/G, Psychology 2850A/B AND registration in third or fourth year of the Major or Honors Specialization modules in Psychology at Brescia, Huron, or King's. In addition, written permission of instructor and department and an "A" average the previous year.

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Huron Brescia

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Individual reading and research at an advanced level under faculty supervision. Students are responsible for arranging independent study credit with an individual faculty member of their choice.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3997G.

Prerequisite(s): One of Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2840F/G, Psychology 2850A/B AND registration in third or fourth year of the Major or Honors Specialization modules in Psychology at Brescia, Huron, or King's. In addition, written permission of instructor and department and an "A" average the previous year.

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Individual reading and research at an advanced level under faculty supervision. Students are responsible for arranging independent study credit with an individual faculty member of their choice.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3997G.

Prerequisite(s): One of Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2840F/G, Psychology 2850A/B AND registration in third or fourth year of the Major or Honors Specialization modules in Psychology at Brescia, Huron, or King's. In addition, written permission of instructor and department and an "A" average the previous year.

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King's Brescia

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Individual reading and research at an advanced level under faculty supervision. Students are responsible for arranging independent study credit with an individual faculty member of their choice.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 3997G.

Prerequisite(s): One of Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2840F/G, Psychology 2850A/B AND registration in third or fourth year of the Major or Honors Specialization modules in Psychology at Brescia, Huron, or King's. In addition, written permission of instructor and department and an "A" average the previous year.

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Huron Brescia

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Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2220A/B or Psychology 2221A/B and registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology, Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Honors Specialization in Neuroscience, or Honors Specialization in Animal Behavior. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 70% in the prerequisite course(s) may enroll in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E, or both of Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, or Honors Specialization in Neuroscience. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 75% in the prerequisite courses may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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This course examines drugs, brain and behavior using principles of neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, synaptic transmission and research methods in psychopharmacology. Topics include: major neurotransmitter systems and their relations to psychoactive drug effects, drug addiction and major substances abuse and the biochemical bases of psychopathology and drugs used to treat affective disorders.

Prerequisite(s): One of Psychology 2220A/B, Psychology 2221A/B or Neuroscience 2000, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology, Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Honors Specialization in Neuroscience, or Honors Specialization in Animal Behavior. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 70% in the prerequisite course(s) may enroll in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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This course will introduce the basic concepts of immune system function. The functional consequences of the relationship between the nervous system and the immune system will be examined with a special focus on immune influences on brain functions, and the influence of stress and psychological processes on the immune system.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2220A/B, Psychology 2221A/B or Neuroscience 2000, and registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology, Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Honors Specialization in Neuroscience, or Honors Specialization in Animal Behaviour. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 70% in the prerequisite course(s) may enroll in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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This course examines cognition in animals, from basic mechanisms of learning and memory to specialized processes of timing, spatial orientation, numerical ability, tool use, and metacognition. The role of cognition in the lives of animals in the wild is examined along with the organization and neural basis of animal cognition.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 4290F/G if taken in 2013/14, 2014/15 or 2015/16.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2220A/B, Psychology 2221A/B or Neuroscience 2000, and registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology, Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Honors Specialization in Neuroscience, or Honors Specialization in Animal Behaviour. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 70% in the prerequisite course may enroll in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2220A/B, Psychology 2221A/B or Neuroscience 2000, and registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology, Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Honors Specialization in Neuroscience, or Honors Specialization in Animal Behaviour. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 70% in the prerequisite course(s) may enroll in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2220A/B, Psychology 2221A/B or Neuroscience 2000, and registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology, Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Honors Specialization in Neuroscience, or Honors Specialization in Animal Behaviour. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 70% in the prerequisite course(s) may enroll in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Topics include definitions of deafness, cultural models, education and language choices, identity and peer/family relationships. Clinical presentation of mental health disorders as well as best practices for treatment delivery will be examined. Issues of diversity in psychology will be highlighted as well as the role of clinician in specialty areas.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in fourth year of a degree in Psychology or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E, or both of Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 75% in the prerequisite courses may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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This course involves critical evaluation of research and theory on physical, social, and cyber bullying and victimization in childhood and adolescence. We examine physiological, psychological, and social risk factors for bullying and victimization, social processes that maintain bully-victim relationships, psychological consequences of victimization, and current prevention and intervention efforts.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 4490F if taken 2008/09, 2010/11 or 2012/13.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E, or both of Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 75% in the prerequisite courses may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E, or both of Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 75% in the prerequisite courses may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E, or both of Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 75% in the prerequisite courses may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Topics available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E, or both of Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 75% in the prerequisite courses may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Through supervised placements in selected community/clinical settings, students will be introduced to the integration of psychological knowledge with practical human services practices. Placements hours are typically one full day per week in addition to scheduled seminars throughout the year.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2301A/B, Psychology 2840F/G, (or Psychology 2800E, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Psychology 2855F/G or Psychology 2856F/G) and registration in fourth year Honors Specialization or Honors Double Major in Psychology at King's University College. Registration is by special permission only and must be obtained from the course instructor in the Spring/Summer before the course begins in the Fall term.

Extra Information: Typically, one day placement per week, 2 seminar hours.

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In this experiential learning course, students will apply findings from basic psychological research to solve real-world problems. Working in teams, students will partner with local community groups to select and complete a research-based project. Final projects will be presented to a panel of researchers and community members.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in fourth year Honors Specialization or Honors Double Major in Psychology, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Individual reading and research at an advanced level under faculty supervision. Students are responsible for arranging independent study credit with an individual faculty member of their choice.

Prerequisite(s): Written permission of instructor and Department and an "A" average the previous year.

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Individual reading and research at an advanced level under faculty supervision. Students are responsible for arranging independent study credit with an individual faculty member of their choice.

Prerequisite(s): Written permission of instructor and Department and an "A" average the previous year.

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Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E, or both of Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 75% in the prerequisite courses may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E, or both of Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 75% in the prerequisite courses may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Independent research under the direction of a faculty member.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 4850E.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 3800F/G and registration in 4th year of Honors Specialization Psychology or the Honors Specialization module at Brescia University College.

Course Weight: 1.00
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Independent research under the direction of a faculty member.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 4851E, Psychology 4852E.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 3800F/G and 0.5 from Psychology 3184F/G, Psychology 3185F/G, Psychology 3285F/G, Psychology 3480F/G, Psychology 3485F/G, Psychology 3580F/G, Psychology 3780F/G, Psychology 3840F/G, and registration in fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology. Students in fourth year Honors Specialization in Animal Behavior also may enroll in this course.

Extra Information: 4 seminar hours.

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Independent research under the direction of a faculty member. Topics focus on fundamental psychological processes, their underlying neural mechanisms, their development within individuals, and their evolutionary and ecological contexts.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 4850E, Psychology 4852E.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 3800F/G and 0.5 from Psychology 3184F/G, Psychology 3185F/G, Psychology 3285F/G, Psychology 3485F/G, and registration in fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology. Students in fourth year Honors Specialization in Animal Behaviour also may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 4 seminar hours.

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independent research under the direction of a faculty member on a topic that is both theoretically and methodologically relevant to developmental cognitive neuroscience (DCN). This course is exclusively for students in the DCN Module. Advisors must be approved the DCN module coordinator.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 4850E, Psychology 4851E.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 3800F/G and Psychology 3485F/G, and registration in fourth year Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Independent research under the direction of a faculty member.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 4850E.

Course Weight: 1.00
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Huron

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Independent research under the direction of a faculty member.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 4850E.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in the fourth year of the Honors Specialization Psychology Program at Huron College.

Course Weight: 1.00
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Western Main Campus

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Independent Research under the direction of a faculty member.

Antirequisite(s): Psychology 4850E, Psychology 4880E.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 3891F/G and Psychology 3892F/G and registration in the fourth year of the Honors Specialization, or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 4 seminar hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
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Selected topics of current interest in Psychology. Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E, or both of Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 75% in the prerequisite courses may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E, or both of Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810, plus registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology or Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 75% in the prerequisite courses may enrol in this course.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Selected topics of current interest in Psychology. Topics available in Department of Social Sciences.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in fourth year of a degree in Psychology or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Selected topics of current interest in Psychology. Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Fourth year Honors Specialization Psychology status.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Selected topics of current interest in Psychology. Topic available in Department.

Prerequisite(s): Fourth year Honors Specialization Psychology status.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.

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Individual reading and research at an advanced level under faculty supervision. Students are responsible for arranging independent study credit with an individual faculty member of their choice.

Antirequisite(s): The former Psychology 4998F.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810. In addition, written permission of instructor and department and an "A" average the previous year.

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Individual reading and research at an advanced level under faculty supervision. Students are responsible for arranging independent study credit with an individual faculty member of their choice.

Antirequisite(s): The former Psychology 4999G.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and Psychology 2810. In addition, written permission of instructor and department and an "A" average the previous year.

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