Courses

Developmental Psychology 361

Prerequisite: PSYC 101. Theories, methods and research findings regarding physical, cognitive and psychosocial human development, including such topics as perception, learning, intelligence and personality.

Advanced Twin Research and Behavioral Genetics Research Seminar 520T

Prerequisite: admission to a psychology graduate program. Content of seminar may vary each semester.

Directed Empirical Research 498

Prerequisites: completion of one upper-division laboratory course in psychology and consent of instructor. Study plan must be approved by university census date. Individual laboratory investigation under direction of a faculty member. No more than three units of credit toward the major.

Directed Library Research 499

Prerequisites: completion of at least one upper-division laboratory course in psychology and consent of instructor. Study plan must be approved by university census date. Individual library study under direction of a faculty member. No more than three units of credit toward the major.

Thesis Research 598

Prerequisites: formal advancement to candidacy and consent of instructor. Development of a proposal for a major piece of empirical research, execution of the study, analysis of the results and writing of a thesis.

Independent Graduate Research 599

Prerequisites: admission to a psychology graduate program and consent of instructor. Empirical research in a selected area of psychology. Designed, conducted and written by the student with the collaboration of a member of the faculty. May be repeated for credit.