EPSY 3360 - 24 Lectures Available
Title: Education of Children with DisabilitiesrnProfessor: Gay GoodmanrnDescription: Provides an overview of special education. Characteristics, instructional strategies, and services for children with disabilities.rnrnNOTE: THERE IS NO LECTURE 7 IN THIS SERIES.
PSYC 3310 - 19 Lectures Available
PSYC3310rnTitle: Industrial/Organizational PsychologyrnProfessor: Lynda VillanuevarnDescription: Industrial/Organizational Psychology is designed to provide an introduction to the field of I/O psychology. We will explore the basic concepts and theories related to I/O psychology including methodology and a brief analysis of major content areas such as personnel selection, performance appraisal, leadership, motivation, and occupational health just to name a few.
PSYC 3347 - 26 Lectures Available
Title: Problems of Normal Life rnProfessor: Richard KasschaurnDescription: Examines psychological issues and decisions, stressing characteristics of modern living. Presents and discusses coping strategies used to manage these problems.
PSYC 3331 - 17 Lectures Available
Title: Psychology of GenderrnProfessor: Herb AganrnDescription: The goal of this course is to explore the psychology of gender through an understanding of biological and archetypal dimensions of Female/Male, Feminine/Masculine and contra-sexuality as a basis for gender differences, social behaviors, roles and public policies. Emphasis will focus on empirical evidence from our text and gender manifestations in the collective unconscious through ancient myths. Practical aspects toward better communication and more authentic relationships will underlie our study.
PSYC 2344 - 19 Lectures Available
Title: Cultural Psychology rnProfessor: Herb AganrnDescription: Relationship between ethnicity, socialization, personality, behavior issues related to current race relations.
PSYC 3325 - 36 Lectures Available
Title: Psychology of Personality rnProfessor: Edward SheridanrnDescription: Theories of personality and their applications to current individual and societal psychological problems.
PSYC 3339 - 34 Lectures Available
Title:Introduction to Clinical PsychologyrnProfessor: Edward SheridanrnDescription: Survey of the science and practice of clinical psychology and its specialty areas, including discussions or diagnoses and evaluations, empirically-validated interventions and prevention strategies for use with clinical populations.
PSYC 3350 - 26 Lectures Available
Title: Introduction to Cognitive Psychology rnProfessor: Richard A. KasschaurnDescription: An information-processing approach to human functioning introducing topics in memory, language, thought, judgment, and skilled performance.
PSYC 4321 - 26 Lectures Available
Title: Abnormal PsychologyrnProfessor: Lynn RehmrnDescription: This course familiarizes you with (1)the basic disorders of the diagnostic system, (2)the issues involved in defining abnormality and diagnoses, and (3)the ways in which biological, environmental and psychological factors may contribute to abnormal behavior.
Communication and Conflict in Families and Couples. Professor Benjamin Karney lectures on families and couples. This course examines relationships and their connection to individual psychopathology, marital discord, and family disruption.