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Clinical Psychology

Clinical Psychology

In the Counseling and Clinical Psychology Department

All Courses

Please check the Class Schedule or contact the program for specific course availability for each semester.

Course List

HUDK 6520 Seminar Lifespan Development

Permission required. How people become socialized and how psychology deals with the process in terms of developmental concepts.

HUDM 5122 Applied Regression Analysis

Least squares estimation theory. Traditional simple and multiple regression models and polynomial regression models, with grouping variables including one-way ANOVA, two-way ANOVA, and analysis of covariance. Lab devoted to applications of SPSS regression program.

HUDM 5123 Linear Models Experimentl Dsgn

Analysis of variance models including within subject designs, mixed models, blocking, Latin Square, path analysis, and models with categorical dependent variables. Lab devoted to computer applications. 

ORLJ 5040 Rsch Methods: Social Psychology

Open only to qualified doctoral students in the behavioral or social sciences. Representative approaches to practice in the design, conduct, and analysis of research. Fall: Experimental and quasi-experimental design. Spring: Field and survey methods; policy and evaluation research.

ORL 5362 Group dynamics: A systems perspective

Enrollment limited. The course explores social processes in groups and their impact on individual behavior. In addition to a series of lectures/discussions, students are required to participate in an experiential group relations conference or to conduct a self-study project on group relations. Special fee is required.This class gives students the opportunity to develop an in-depth understanding of group dynamics from a systemic perspective and to learn about their own behavior in groups. Readings, lectures, and discussions will address dynamics as they occur in varied groups, systems and contexts including the business world, educational institutions, healthcare systems, the military, religious institutions, and in community and family life. The interplay of power, authority, socio-political identities, and group dynamics is emphasized.

BBS 5068 Brain and Behavior I

An introduction to communication within the nervous system and functional brain neuroanatomy. Examination of chemical circuits in the brain and associated pathologies, such as Parkinson’s disease, Tourettes, schizophrenia, depression, and anxiety.

BBS 5069 Brain and Behavior II

An introduction to brain processes associated with perception, emotion, memory and cognition. Consequences of damage to these neurobehavioral processes are examined through reading and discussion of clinical case studies.

CCPJ 6363 Adv Group/Family Systems Prac

Permission required. Prerequisites: CCPJ 5025. (Year Course). Advanced group supervision to provide service to clients in the Dean Hope Center and/or outside agencies.

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