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2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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PSYC 493 - Advanced Topics in Psychology

(3.00)
A detailed examination either of a major area of psychological research (such as cognitive science) or of a specialized topic within one of these areas (such as nonlinear dynamics in behavior and cognition). Repeatable for different area/topic for a maximum of 12 credits..

Course ID: 56573
Consent: No Special Consent Required
Components: Lecture
Topics: Topics In Soc/Hlth Psyc, Comm Psyc & Comm Buildng, Adv.Psyc.Tpcs: Pni, Adv.Psyc.Tpcs:Soc/Health, History & Systems Of Psy, Social/Health, Clin & Therapeutic Rel, Pni, Contemp Social Issues, Seminar In Verbal Behav, Making A Difference, Addictions, Hiv/Aids, Children W/ Disabilities, Qualitative Methods, Risk And Resilience, Hiv & Aids, Advanced Tpcs:Parenting, Contemp Controversies Clinic Psyc/Psychopathology, Family Psychology, Seminar in Schizophrenia, Seminar in Quantitative Methods, Seminar in Healthy Personality, Leadership, Child Health Psychology, Popular Myths in Psychology., I/O Psyc: Organizational Behavior, Neuropsychology, Parenting, Poverty & It’s Consequences, Poverty and Child Development, Curious Behavior
Prerequisite/Corequisite: You must complete either PSYC 311  or PSYC 332  and 11 additional credits in PSYC all with a C or better.



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