Psychology

 

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  • Rebecca Compton (2019-01)
    People have long been fascinated by human (and nonhuman) behavior. What are the causal factors that lead people to think and act the way that they do? How should we best understand, explain and predict thought and behavior? ...
  • Shu-wen Wang (2019-01)
    There is a tendency to think of psychological processes as being universal with rules that wholly govern the human mind and behavior. However, humans are a cultural species and the way we think, feel, and act is shaped by ...
  • Shu-wen Wang (2019-01)
    The Psychology Practicum course offers a select group of students an opportunity to gain intensive first-hand experience working with people in a psychological services or social services setting. The goal is to provide ...
  • Laura Been (2019-01)
    This seminar will explore the neurobiology of sexual behavior and will focus on systems-level understanding of the neural regulation of both pre- copulatory and copulatory behavior. Although this course will draw heavily ...
  • Laura Been (2019-01)
    This course serves as an introduction to the experimental method and its use in the study of behavior, coupled with an in-depth treatment of statistics as applied to psychological research. Statistical topics include ...
  • Rebecca Compton (2019-01)
    This seminar aims to critically examine the intersection between neuroscience research and broad domains of society, including education, law, politics, and the marketplace. In what ways can scientific developments in ...

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