Psychology Summer Classes

Introduction to Psychology

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PSYX 100
3 credits
Session 2
Online

Instructor:  Graduate Student

Psychology 100 is an introduction to the scientific study of behavior in humans and other animals.

Research Methods I

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PSYX 120
3 credits
Session 2
Online

Instructor:  Graduate Student

This course provides students with an overview of the research methods used in psychological research and the scientific study of behavior.

Psychological Statistics

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PSYX 222
3 credits
Session 1
Face to Face
M-R 9:00-10:50am

Instructor: Graduate Student

This course provides an introduction to statistics commonly used in Psychological Science, including basic descriptive and inferential statistic, with a focus on the underlying concepts of the statistics. You will gain the ability to identify appropriate statistical procedure for many basic research situations and to carry out the necessary calculations.

Fundamentals of Psychology of Aging

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PSYX 233
3 credits
Session 2
Online

Instructor:  Graduate Student

The primary purpose of the Psychology of Aging is to provide students with an overview of issues relevant to adult development and aging. The class is taught from a biological, psychological, and social perspective.

Fundamentals of Psychology of Learning

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PSYX 270
3 credits
Session 1
Online

Instructor: Graduate Student

Psychology of Learning has three primary goals: 1) familiarize students with current knowledge and theory regarding learning processes, both elementary and complex, 2) provide simulations of classic learning processes, and 3) expose students to the types of research methods used to investigate learning phenomena.

Abnormal Psychology

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PSYX 340
3 credits
Session 2
Face to Face
M-Th 9:00-10:50am

Instructor: Graduate Student

Abnormal Psychology is an overview of the major theories, diagnostic categories, and treatment approaches for behavior disorders.

Family Violence

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PSYX 348
3 credits
Session 1
Face to Face
M-R 9:00-10:50am

Instructor: Graduate Student

Family Violence explores the theoretical explanations for the presence of violence in American families, as well as cover research and interventions in the areas of child maltreatment, intimate partner violence, dating violence, and elder abuse.

Social Psychology

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PSYX 360
3 credits
Session 1
Online

Instructor:  Graduate Student

Social psychology is the scientific study of the effects of social and cognitive processes on the way individuals perceive, influence, and relate to others. This course is designed to increase students’ understanding of the influence of social psychology concepts on individual behavior.

Multicultural Psychology

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PSYX 362
3 credits
Session 2
Face to Face
M-R 9:00-10:50am

Instructor:  Graduate Student

In Multicultural Psychology you will gain a better understanding of the ways in which cultural contexts influence psychological processes, become exposed to multicultural issues regarding research and testing, achieve better appreciation of cultural groups within and outside of the United States, and consider how culture influences your interpretation of your own personal experiences.

Principles of Cognitive Behavioral Modification

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PSYX 376
3 credits
Session 1
Face to Face
M-R 1:00-2:50pm

Instructor:  Graduate Student

In the Principles of Cognitive Behavioral Modification you will study of basic principles, assumptions, methodology and applications of behavior modification. Discussion of current literature relevant to behavioral assessment and treatment of major psychological disorders.

Special Topics: LGBTQ Psychology

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PSYX 391
3 credits
Session 2
Face to Face
M-R 1:00-2:50pm

Instructor:  Graduate Student

This special topics course will address LGBTQ topics within the realm of psychology.