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1 PSYC PSYCHOLOGY Note: See beginning of Section H for abbreviations, course numbers and coding. Students should consult the Timetable for the latest listing of courses to be offered in each term. PSYC 1013 Introduction to Psychology - I A general survey of perspectives and methods in selected areas of psychology including learning, memory, cognitive and biological psychology. Students will be asked to participate in various learning and research activities. Some course credit may be earned by participation in these activities. PSYC 1023 Introduction to Psychology - II 3ch (3C) A general survey of perspectives and methods in selected areas of psychology including personality, developmental, clinical and social psychology. Students will be asked to participate in various learning and research activities. Some course credit may be earned by participation in these activities. PSYC 2113 Introduction to Research and Statistical Methods in Psychology An introduction to research methodology and statistical analysis for psychologists. Topics include correlational, observational and experimental research designs, relevant statistical theory and hypothesis testing. Required for students planning to Minor, Major or Honour in Psychology. Students planning to Major or Honour in Psychology must also register in PSYC 2123 and take this course in the second year of their program. Prerequisite: Introductory Psychology (6 ch). Deleted: Credit cannot be obtained for both PSYC 1013 and Deleted: PSYC [1] Deleted: Credit cannot be obtained for both PSYC 1023 and Deleted: PSYC [2] PSYC 2123 Quantitative Research Methods 3 ch (3C 1T) (LE) This course provides an introduction to experimental psychology as an empirical science. Students will learn about the steps involved in research, such as designing and conducting experiments. Software relevant to psychology research will be introduced. Additionally, students will learn how to analyze and formally report on their research projects. Students will be involved in a research project as participants and as researchers. This course is required for Majors and Honours students in Psychology. Prerequisites: Introductory Psychology (6ch) and PSYC PSYC 2203 Foundations of Developmental Psychology Covers physical, cognitive, language, and social/emotional development from a variety of theoretical perspectives. The interrelatedness of these domains also will be discussed. Several themes which underlie the study of development (e.g., nature/nurture; continuity/discontinuity) will be reviewed and students will explore how these themes permeate developmental research. Prerequisite: Introductory Psychology (6 ch) PSYC 2313 Foundations of Clinical Psychology An introduction to the main theories, research approaches, and intervention

2 perspectives of clinical psychology. Topics dealt with include professional issues in clinical psychology, concepts and history of abnormality, assessment and diagnosis of psychological disorders, research perspectives in clinical psychology, and modes of psychotherapy. The course is intended to expose the student to the basic concepts, theories and issues in psychopathology and psychotherapy for more advanced courses in the clinical domain. Prerequisites: Introductory Psychology (6 ch). PSYC 2403 Foundations of Social Psychology Examines individual personality and behaviour in relation to other individuals, society and culture. Topics include social perception, attitudes and values, conformity and obedience, prejudice and discrimination, aggression and violence, etc. Prerequisite: Introductory to Psychology (6ch). Foundations of Learning, Memory and PSYC 2603 Cognition Introduction to the fundamental principles of human and animal learning, memory and cognition in the laboratory and everyday world. Prerequisite: Introductory Psychology (6 ch). PSYC 2703 Foundations of Biological Psychology An introduction to basic neurophysiology, neurochemistry and neuroanatomy for humans and other animals. The course will cover the methods used to discover the fundamental processes underlying neural function and provide basic knowledge for an understanding of how the nervous system is able to produce and control behaviour. Prerequisite: Introductory Psychology (6 ch) or permission of instructor. PSYC 3033 Health Psychology This course introduces students to the biopsychosocial approach to health and disease including prevention, development, course, and adaptation to illness. Students will develop an understanding of the mind/body connection, the influence of social and physical environments on our health, cognitive processing of health information, health belief models, and the link between personality traits and health. Psychological approaches to the promotion of health and behavior change will be examined. A personal health promotion project will be required. Prerequisite: Introductory Psychology (6 ch). Please note that no more than three of PSYC 3033, PSYC 3043, PSYC 3053 and PSYC 3063 may be counted toward a Major or Honours In Psychology. PSYC 3043 Human Sexuality Provides a broad introduction to the psychology of human sexuality, including examination of such specific topics as sexual anatomy, sexual behaviour throughout the lifespan, sexual response, sexual dysfunction and therapy, sexual variation, and pregnancy and child birth. Emphasis on placing empirical findings within physiological, personal, interpersonal and social frameworks. Prerequisite: Introductory Psychology (6 ch).please note that no more than three of PSYC 3033, PSYC 3043, PSYC 3053 and PSYC 3063 may be counted toward a Major or Honours In Psychology. PSYC 3053 Personality An introduction to classic and contemporary theoretical and scientific approaches to the study and assessment of personality, with a focus on developing an integrated understanding of human personality within its biological, social, historical and

3 cultural contexts. Prerequisite: Introductory Psychology (6 ch). Please note that no more than three of PSYC 3033, PSYC 3043, PSYC 3053 and PSYC 3063 may be counted toward a Major or Honours In Psychology. PSYC 3063 Psychology and the Internet 3 ch (3 C) In this course we will examine the unique psychological features of cyberspace and how human behaviour is shaped in this new social realm. Topics related to human interaction, children and the Internet, sexuality on the Internet, computer-mediated communication, Internet addiction, and global consciousness, etc. will be covered. Prerequisite: Introductory Psychology (6 ch). Please note that no more than three of PSYC 3033, PSYC 3043, PSYC 3053 and PSYC 3063 may be counted toward a Major or Honours In Psychology. PSYC 3113 Introduction to Statistical Inference in Experimental Psychology 3 ch (3C 1L) (LE) Introduces experimental design and statistical inference in psychological research. Design decision-making and computational procedures up to analysis of variance are presented. Labs involve collection and analysis of psychological data. PSYC 3113 is required of Honours students in Psychology. Prerequisite: PSYC 2113 and PSYC 2123 or PSYC 2103 and PSYC PSYC 3123 Introduction to Measurement Theory 3 ch (2C 2L) (LE) Introduces traditional problems in the measurement of psychological concepts. Labs will involve the development and evaluation of student designed tests and measures. Prerequisite: PSYC 2113 and PSYC PSYC 3151 Basic Research Seminar I (LE) Involves active participation in several of the activities related to an empirical research project including planning and development of research, conducting a study, and collection and analysis of data. Students will be required to prepare a formal research paper. The actual program will be determined by the student and a faculty supervisor. Normally restricted to students in their third year whose academic performance would allow them to enter the Honours program during their fourth year. Prerequisite: PSYC 2113 and PSYC 2123 and two Psychology foundation courses, permission of a faculty supervisor and Basic Research Coordinator, and a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.3 in Psychology courses. PSYC 3152 Basic Research Seminar II (LE) Involves active participation in several of the activities related to an empirical research project including planning and development of research, conducting a study, and collection and analysis of data. Students will be required to prepare a formal research paper. The actual program will be determined by the student and a faculty supervisor. Normally restricted to students in their third year whose academic performance would allow them to enter the Honours program during their fourth year. Prerequisite: PSYC 2113 and PSYC 2123 and two Psychology foundation courses, permission of a faculty supervisor and Basic Research Coordinator, and a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.3 in Psychology courses. PSYC 3213 Language Development 3 ch (3C 1T) Examines current views on language development and discusses the interaction between cognitive, social, and linguistic development. Possible topics include critical period for language, preverbal communication, gestural communication, and

4 vocabulary and grammar development. Prerequisite: PSYC 2203 PSYC 3215 Development of Individuals with Disabilities A discussion of issues that may arise for individuals with various disabilities at different points in the lifespan. Topics may include prenatal testing, academic/vocational placement, independent living, and parenting. The causes, characteristics, and challenges of specific cognitive, language, sensory, and physical disabilities may be reviewed. Prerequisites: PSYC 2203 and one of PSYC 3213, 3233, 3243, Restriction: Credit may not be obtained for both PSYC 3215 and PSYC PSYC 3233 Social Development A review of theories and research examining how various social contexts contribute to individual development. The role of family, peers, and individuals involvement in school, paid or unpaid work, and community settings will be explored. Content may focus on social development in children and adolescents, adults, the elderly, or across the lifespan, depending on the expertise of the instructor. Prerequisite: PSYC 2203 Deleted: 4215 PSYC 3243 Cognitive Development Examines cognitive development from a variety of theoretical perspectives. Topics covered include mental representation, attention, memory, and perception. Content may focus on cognitive development in children, adults, the elderly, or across the lifespan, depending on instructor availability. Prerequisite: PSYC 2203 PSYC 3253 Family Processes Examines the theoretical and empirical research on family relationships, the factors that influence functioning, and how families change over time. Topics include intimacy relationships, transgenerational processes, family rituals and rules, and interpersonal communication and boundaries. Relevant case examples are discussed to illustrate the complexity of family relationships and the stressors that families may face. Prerequisite: PSYC Formatted: Font: Verdana, 9 pt Formatted: Indent: Left: 0 pt PSYC 3263 Psychology of Women A lifespan approach to the lives of girls and women, examined in the context of traditional and alternative roles, life events, and status in society. Provides an overview of theories and research on female development, behaviour, and personality. Prerequisite: PSYC 2203 or permission of instructor. PSYC 3273 Adolescent Development A review of theories and research examining physical and psychological development during adolescence. Specific topics include puberty, identity, sexuality, and health. Emphasis is placed on normative behaviour and how adolescents characteristics interact with their contexts (e.g., family, school, peers) to shape development. Prerequisite: PSYC 2203 PSYC 3313 Psychological Testing 3 ch (2C 1T) The creation of tests that measure psychological phenomena is a major endeavour within the discipline of psychology. The administration, scoring and interpretation of

5 psychological tests is a significant aspect of the work of researchers and practicing clinical psychologists. This course examines existing tests that measure phenomena such as cognition and personality. The course introduces principles of psychological testing, relevant statistical concepts, and the methods by which tests are developed. Prerequisite: PSYC 2113 and PSYC PSYC 3323 Systems of Psychotherapy Surveys prevailing theories and methods of psychotherapy, such as psychoanalysis, client-centred therapy, Gestalt therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy, family systems approaches, etc. Emphasis is on the techniques used in psychotherapy, and various techniques will be contrasted. Each theory and method is evaluated in terms of research examining therapeutic process and outcome. Prerequisite: PSYC 2313 Deleted: PSYC [3] PSYC 3353 Adult Abnormal Psychology This is an advanced course which adopts a scientist-practitioner perspective on the understanding, assessment, and treatment of adult psychological disorders. Topics can include psychological theories and treatment of depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, eating disorders, substance use disorders, stress and physical health, dissociative disorders and personality disorders. The course will take an integrative, problem-oriented approach by simultaneously examining the theory, research and treatment literature that is pertinent to each disorder. Prerequisite: PSYC PSYC 3373 Child and Adolescent Psychopathology Survey of major categories of behavioural and emotional problems of childhood and adolescence. Topics may include depression, anxiety, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder, learning disabilities, and eating disorders. Prerequisite: PSYC 2203 and 2313 PSYC 3383 Women and Mental Health Explores and critically evaluates theory and research on mental health problems in girls and women from a feminist perspective. Topics addressed include premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and the role of hormones in girls and women s mental health problems; depression; eating disorders; dissociative disorders and other sequelae of abuse; and feminist approaches to therapy. Prerequisite: PSYC 2313 or permission of instructor. PSYC 3403 Applied Social Psychology This course explores the application of social psychology to understand everyday life experience and to solve current social problems. Topics may include improving interpersonal relationships, promoting team cohesion, evaluating media influence, enhancing job satisfaction, promoting community health, and addressing the issues of social justice and equality. Prerequisite: PSYC PSYC 3415 Community Psychology This course is designed to introduce students to the science and practice of community psychology, which is the study of psychological solutions to community based problems. Community psychology extends psychology s role beyond a focus on the individual towards a greater understanding of groups, organizations, and communities. Topics may include prevention, under-served populations, cultural diversity, political action, effects of stress on mental health, community organization,

6 empowerment, and mutual help. There will be a focus on how research and science intersect with the practical aspects of working successfully with people in their own communities. Prerequisite: PSYC PSYC 3423 Group Processes 3 ch (1C 2L) An exploration of the social psychology of group dynamics. Topics may include group formation and functioning, prejudice, discrimination, leadership, social identity, conformity, group problem solving and decision-making, and inter-/intra-group conflict and cooperation. Emphasizes the theoretical and experiential understanding of relevant concepts. Prerequisite: PSYC PSYC 3433 Social Cognition A review of research and theories examining how people make sense of their social world: How they perceive, represent, interpret, and remember information about themselves and about other individuals and groups. Topics may include representation, recall, and use of social knowledge, controllability of thought processes, effects of feelings and desires, and stereotype activation and use. Experimental and quasi-experimental methodologies employed in social psychology will also be discussed. Prerequisite: PSYC PSYC 3443 Culture and Psychology A survey course of theory, methods and research in culture and psychology. Examines the role of culture across a range of psychological areas, including perceptual and cognitive processes, human development, language, gender, and social behaviour. Topics may include cultural variations and similarities in social psychological functioning, how some cultural patterns get established and maintained, individuals' application of cultural knowledge in concrete situations, and how individuals negotiate cultural identities in multicultural contexts. Prerequisite: PSYC Laboratory in Learning, Memory and PSYC ch (3L) Cognition (O) Empirical investigation of current issues in Learning and Memory. Open to Upper Level students Majoring or Honouring in Psychology. Prerequisite: PSYC 2603 and permission of instructor. Restriction: Credit may not be obtained for both PSCY 3613 and PSYC PSYC 3615 Behaviour Modification Empirically based, emphasizing behavioural analysis and control of anxiety, maladaptive interpersonal relations, addictions, health-related problems, etc. A selfcontrol project is required. Prerequisite: PSYC 2313 or PSYC Deleted: 4613 PSYC 3623 Cognition Covers the basic cognitive processes of memory, problem solving and reasoning, concept formation, and decision making. Prerequisite: PSYC 2603 PSYC 3633 Motivation Critical examination of the concept of motivation in terms of its power to explain experimental findings and capacity to generate research. Topics include history of motivation, drive, incentive, frustration, curiosity, anxiety, etc. An empirically based

7 paper is required. Prerequisite: PSYC 2603 PSYC 3643 Cognitive Aging This course examines some of the general changes that accompany aging. It explores the basic mechanisms of learning, memory, and cognition and how these mechanisms change as we age. Possible topics include age-related changes in processing related to human memory, attention, speech and language, intelligence, judgment and decision making, cognitive neuropsychology, and neuropsychological disorders related to aging. Prerequisite: PSYC PSYC 3713 Physiological Psychology Examines the physiological bases of behaviour as determined by genetic, neurophysiological, neurochemical and neuroanatomical experimentation. Prerequisite: PSYC 2703 PSYC 3723 Physiological Psychology Laboratory 3 ch (3L) Use of common instrumentation and techniques (e.g., brain recording, stimulation, behavioural observation) in the study of the physiological bases of behaviour in humans and other animals. Prerequisite: PSYC 3713 PSYC 3733 Neuropsychopharmacology 3 ch (3L) Basic principles of the study of drugs that influence neural systems and induce changes in behaviour. The course will address psychotropic drug assessment, from molecular and biochemical characterization, to behavioural effects in animal test paradigms and finally to clinical applications. Prerequisite: PSYC 2703 PSYC 3743 Drugs and Behaviour Examines sedatives, hypnotics, stimulants, anaesthetics, analgesics, paralytics, psychotogenics and psychotherapeutics. Includes history of use, presumed mechanisms of action, and effects on human and animal behaviour. Emphasis on how drugs affect the quality of human experience through relief of pain, addiction, treatment of mental illness, etc. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2703 or permission of instructor. Students who have received credit for PSYC 3023 can not received credit for PSYC PSYC 3745 Principles of Perception Provides a broad introduction to the field of perception and the necessary background for PSYC 3753 or PSYC Emphasizes issues relevant to psychophysical measurement, visual processes, and hearing. Discussion is in the context of the central traditions of perceptual research such as empiricism and Gestalt. Prerequisite: PSYC PSYC 3753 Laboratory in Vision and Hearing Individual laboratory exercises in visual and auditory processes. To familiarize the student with the experimental methodology of sensory psychology, and the introductory assessment of sensory deficits (visual defects, hearing loss, etc.). Prerequisite: PSYC 3745 PSYC 3773 Experimental Human Neuropsychology Emphasis will be on studies that help us to understand the relationship between

8 behaviourally observable phenomena and corresponding brain function. The course will examine what has been revealed about human brain function through the use of specialized types of psychological tests and measures, through biophysical imaging techniques that give us a view of human brain function, and finally through damage to the human nervous system and research on its effects. Prerequisite: PSYC ch (3L) PSYC 3783 Experimental Neuropsychology Laboratory Current issues in research in neuropsychology will be examined. Prerequisite: PSYC PSYC 4003 Topical Seminar in Psychology (O) An advanced seminar on a topic not represented by one of the Teaching Areas in Psychology. Open to Upper Level students Majoring or Honouring in Psychology. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Please note that students should consult the Department for current offerings. PSYC 4053 History of Psychology Critically examines the content, concepts, techniques and issues of the historical antecedents of modern psychology. Primary as well as various secondary sources are consulted. PSYC 4103 Special Topics in Quantitative Psychology (O) 3ch (3C 1L) An advanced course on a topic in Quantitative Psychology. Open to Upper Level students in the Majors or Honours programs in Psychology. Prerequisites: PSYC 2113 and PSYC 2123, and PSYC 3113 or permission of instructor. Please note that students should consult the Department for current offerings. Formatted: French (Canada) PSYC 4110 Honours Thesis Research Seminar 6 ch (3S 3S) (LE) Organization and discussion of Honours Thesis research projects. Normally available only to students who have been admitted to a Psychology Honours Program and who are in their final year. Required of Honours students in Psychology during their fourth year. Prerequisite: PSYC 3151 or PSYC 3152, permission of a faculty supervisor and Honours Research Coordinator, and a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.6 in Psychology courses. PSYC 4203 Topical Seminar in Developmental Psychology (O) Discussion of current issues in Developmental Psychology. Open to Upper Level students Majoring or Honouring in Psychology. Prerequisite: PSYC 2203 and permission of instructor. Please note that students should consult the Department for current offerings. PSYC 4223 Sex and Gender: Differences and Similarities Provides a critical appraisal of the theories and research methods in the area of sex and gender differences and similarities. Specific topics include morality, stereotypes, feminist perspectives, role of the media, scientific method, and epistemological tendencies. Examines the construction of knowledge, and the development of positions, with regards to sex and gender. Prerequisite: 2203 or 3263 or permission

9 of instructor. PSYC 4303 Topical Seminar in Clinical Psychology (O) Discussion of current issues in Clinical Psychology. Open to Upper Level students Majoring or Honouring in Psychology. Prerequisite: PSYC 2313 and permission of instructor. Please note that students should consult the Department for current offerings. Deleted: PSYC 4313 PSYC 4403 Topical Seminar in Social Psychology (O) Discussion of current issues in Social Psychology. Open to Upper Level students Majoring or Honouring in Psychology. Prerequisite: PSYC 2403 and permission of instructor. Please note that students should consult the Department for current offerings. PSYC 4603 Topical Seminar in Learning, Memory and Cognition (O) Discussion of current issues in Learning, Memory and Cognition. Open to Upper Level students Majoring or Honouring in Psychology. Prerequisite: PSYC 2603 and permission of instructor. Please note that students should consult the Department for current offerings. PSYC 4713 Topical Seminar in Physiological Psychology (O) An in-depth exploration of current issues in Physiological Psychology. Open to Upper Level students Majoring or Honouring in Psychology. Prerequisite: one of PSYC 3713, PSYC 3743, PSYC 3773 or permission of instructor. Please note that students should consult the Department for current offerings. Deleted: Advanced Topics in Psychotherapy (O) Deleted: Deleted: Surveys the major methods of psychotherapy, including psychoanalysis, clientcentred therapy, Gestalt therapy, reality therapy, play therapy, group therapy, marital counselling, assertion training, etc. Emphasis is on the techniques used in psychotherapy; various techniques are contrasted. Each method is evaluated in terms of research examining therapeutic process and outcome. Open to Upper Level students Majoring or Honouring in Psychology. Prerequisite: PSYC 2313 and permission of instructor. PSYC 4743 Topical Seminar in Sensation-Perception (O) Coverage of various issues in Sensation and Perception in a seminar format. Emphasis is on visual and auditory processes, with some coverage of taste, smell, and touch. Laboratory work is included. Open to Upper Level students Majoring or Honouring in Psychology. Prerequisite: PSYC 2703 and permission of instructor. Please note that students should consult the Department for current offerings. PSYC 4773 Topical Seminar in Neuropsychology (O) Current issues in research in Neuropsychology will be examined. Open to Upper Level students Majoring or Honouring in Psychology. Prerequisite: PSYC 2703 and permission of instructor. Please note that students should consult the Department for current offerings.

10 Page 1: [1] Deleted Lucia O'Sullivan 12/11/2009 1:00:00 PM PSYC 1014 Introductory Psychology on the WEB - I A general survey of perspectives and methods in selected areas of psychology including learning, memory, cognitive and biological psychology. Students will be asked to participate in various learning and research activities. Some course credit will be earned by participation in these activities. This course is intended for students who are not resident of the Fredericton campus. Access to a computer and high-speed modem (or internet connection) will be required. Credit cannot be obtained for both PSYC 1013 and Page 1: [2] Deleted Lucia O'Sullivan 12/11/2009 1:00:00 PM PSYC 1024 Introductory Psychology on the WEB - II A general survey of perspectives and methods in selected areas of psychology including personality, developmental, clinical and social psychology. Students will be asked to participate in learning and research activities. Some course credit will be earned by participation in these activities. This course is intended for students who are not resident on the Fredericton campus. Access to a computer and high-speed modem (or internet connection) will be required. Credit cannot be obtained for both PSYC 1023 and Page 5: [3] Deleted Lucia O'Sullivan 12/11/ :43:00 PM PSYC 3323 Systems of Psychotherapy Surveys prevailing theories and methods of psychotherapy, such as psychoanalysis, clientcentred therapy, Gestalt therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy, family systems approaches, etc. Emphasis is on the techniques used in psychotherapy, and various techniques will be contrasted. Each theory and method is evaluated in terms of research examining therapeutic process and outcome. Prerequisite: PSYC 2313

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