Courses


The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences attempts to offer a wide range of courses that treat topics related to cultural diversity. You will find a list of some of the relevant courses below.

BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE

320: Learning and Memory
330: Behavioral Neuroscience
335: Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
391: Obesity
391: Psychology of Sleep
391: Stress and Disease
591: Aging and Cognition
891: Epigenetic Regulation of Brain Development and Behavior

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

391: Abnormal Child Psychology
391: Child, Family, and Community
391: Psychology of Adoption
391: Treating Childhood Disorders
640: Graduate Statistics 1
641: Graduate Statistics 2
645: Methods and Psychometrics
680: Psychopathology
681: Assessment 1
683: Assessment 2
789: Clinical Practicum
791: Human Development
891: Adult Theories and Techniques
891: Child Theories and Techniques
891: Diagnostic Assessment
891: Ethics and Professional Issues
891: Multicultural Issues in Clinical Psychology 

COGNITION and COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE

315: Cognitive Psychology
391: Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience

DEVELOPMENTAL SCIENCE

350: Child Development
365: Psychology of Aging
391: The Origins of Knowledge
391: Brain and Cognitive Development
791: Human Development

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

217: Cruelty and Kindness
360: Social Psychology
390: Prejudice and Intergroup Relations
391: International Justice in the Age of Global Conflict
391: Moral Psychology
391: Psychology of the Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Experience 
660: Advanced Social Psychology
690: Improving Group Relations