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Psychology 1100 Introductory Psychology View Details
This introductory course is designed to provide an appreciation of the scope of psychology and its sub-specialities, to render an understanding of the research-based methods which are fundamental to all aspects of the discipline, to provide an awareness of the biopsychosocial bases of behaviour and to lay the groundwork for further study in psychology.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 2003 Introduction to Cognitive Psychology View Details
A systematic introduction to the theoretical and experimental foundations of higher mental processes, relating neural functions to mental processes, perception to categorization, representation to meaning, knowledge to skill, language to thought, and adult cognition to developmental stages in childhood cognition.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 2004 Abnormal Psychology View Details
A critical examination of concepts related to the understanding of adult psychopathology. The focus is on symptomatology, assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and causality of mental illnesses including depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, and substance abuse/dependence.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 2011 Child Development View Details
Examination of child development from conception through adolescence with a focus on theory and research on biological, social, personality, and cognitive development.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100 or permission of the instructor and Chair of the Department
Offering: 3-0; 0-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Psychology 2002 may not take Psychology 2011/2012 for credit.
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 2012 Childhood Disorders View Details
Current theory, issues and research regarding epidemiology, etiology, diagnosis and prognosis with an evaluation of information conveyed to the public about childhood disorders from a developmental perspective.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2011 or permission of the instructor and Chair of the Department
Offering: 0-0; 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Psychology 2002 may not take Psychology 2011/2012 for credit.
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 2101 Statistical Methods for Behavioural Research View Details
Application of statistical methods to behavioral problems; description of behavioral data in terms of averages, measures of variability, and measures of relationships; problems of sampling theory and tests of statistical hypotheses.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-1; 3-1
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 2211 Introduction to Health Psychology View Details
Psychological aspects of health and illness. The behavioural and social factors that play a role in the etiology of health and illness, including the prevention and treatment of illness and the maintenance of wellness. Topics include stress and stress management, dealing with pain and serious illness, and the role of lifestyle factors in disease.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100 or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; 0-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 2301 Personality Psychology View Details
This course will survey a variety of topics in contemporary personality psychology, including personality assessment, behavioural consistency, behavioural genetics, motives, the unconscious, personal efficacy, the five-factor model, the self-concept, self-esteem, self-consciousness, self-fulfilling prophecies, stress and illness, personality and relationships, moral character, sex and gender, and emotion. There will also be coverage of some traditional personality theories.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 2401 Foundations of Biopsychology View Details
Biopsychology is the branch of neuroscience concerned with how the brain, the peripheral nervous system, and the endocrine system control behaviour. Emphasis will be placed on the physiological mechanisms of behaviour including understanding organ, cellular and biochemical functions. Topics will include an introduction to brain anatomy, neurophysiology, behavioural endocrinology, sensory systems, motor systems, sleep physiology, physiology of learning and memory, biology of mood disorders, and neuropsychopharmacology.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 2451 Evolutionary Psychology View Details
Presents a general framework for thinking about all aspects of mind and behaviour. The course will focus on the theoretical foundations and assumptions of evolutionary psychology such as natural and sexual selection, adaptation, inclusive fitness, and the levels and targets of selection and explore issues such as innateness and development, the significance of ancestral ecology, the modularity of mind, and the origins of cooperation and culture. Students will be equipped with the means to view any psychological phenomenon from an evolutionary perspective.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 2511 Conditioning and Learning View Details
Major topics presented are: habituation, classical conditioning, instrumental conditioning, schedule control, stimulus control, conditioned reinforcement, generalization and discrimination, aversive control.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 2801 Social Psychology View Details
A survey of theory and research on the nature and causes of thoughts, feelings, and behaviours in social situations. Topics include person perception, social cognition, attitudes, prejudice and discrimination, interpersonal attraction, personal relationships, aggression, pro-social behaviour, conformity and compliance, and behaviour in groups.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 2917 Research Opportunity I View Details
An opportunity for student to work in a research project of a professor in return for course credit.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Corequisite(s): Psychology 2101
Offering: 0-3; 0-0
Notes: Before registering in this course, students must obtain the written permission of the professor who will direct their work, as well as the permission of the Department Chair.
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 2937 Research Opportunity II View Details
An opportunity for student to work in a research project of a professor in return for course credit.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Corequisite(s): Psychology 2101
Offering: 0-0; 0-3
Notes: Before registering in this course, students must obtain the written permission of the professor who will direct their work, as well as the permission of the Department Chair.
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3041 Directed Reading View Details
A reading and research course intended for students with special interests and abilities. Students will meet with an appropriate professor for tutorials throughout the year.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s):

Three FCEs in Psychology, or permission of the instructor and Chair of the Department

Notes: Before registering in this course, students must obtain the written permission of the professor who will direct their work, as well as the permission of the Department Chair.
Course Classifications: Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3081 The Exceptional Child View Details
An in-depth examination of various forms of atypical development. The emphasis is on cognitive, social, and emotional effects of physical and sensory impairment, intellectual retardation, emotional disturbances and giftedness.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2012 or permission of the instructor and Chair of the Department of Psychology
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3131 Psychology and Aging View Details
An examination of developmental processes that occur in later life, with a focus on theory, research, and practical issues. Topics will include theoretical perspectives on change in old age, biological changes, cognitive changes, social and personality changes, stressful life events, death, assessment and intervention with the elderly.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Cross-List(s): Gerontology 3131
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3161 Sensation and Perception View Details
An introduction to the study of our senses and the ways in which we perceive through them. Emphasis will be placed on studying the underlying mechanisms of visual function such as colour, form, depth and movement perception. This will include an introduction to neurophysiology, psychophysical measurement and cognitive processing. Many of the principles established from vision research will then be applied to some of the other modalities such as audition, somesthesis and olfaction.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3201 Introduction to Psychometric Theory View Details
Theory and principles underlying the construction and use of psychological tests. A critical evaluation of intelligence, learning, achievement, aptitude, interest and personality tests.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100 and 2101
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Notes: This is a required course for students intending to enter the MA in Clinical Psychology at Lakehead University.
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3210 Cultural Psychology View Details
A review of research and theory on how psychological processes support the acquisition, spread, and development of cultural knowledge and practices, and how culture, in turn, influences human thought and behaviour. The questions of what is universal and what is variable psychologically across cultures and the role that evolution and the environment play in psychological universality and diversity will be explored. Topics will include the psychological foundations of culture, the psychological bases of enculturation, the cultural limits of psychological knowledge, cross-culturally divergent ways of thinking, feeling, and acting, psychological acculturation, and the relations between psychology, anthropology, and other social sciences.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3211 Environmental Psychology View Details
An in-depth review of how social, cultural, and cognitive psychological factors interact to produce, maintain, and resolve environmental problems. The roles of these factors in adaptation to climate change and cultural shifts to sustainability are also explored. Topics within environmental psychology will include social influence, attitudes, motivation, cultural values, and implicit cognitive processes.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3331 Industrial and Organizational Psychology View Details
A survey of the application of Psychology in business and industry emphasizing research methodology and the results of relevant research.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3350 Forensic Psychology View Details
An examination of the relationship between psychology, crime, and the legal system. Particular emphasis is placed on the role of the psychologist in criminal justice proceedings.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Cross-List(s): Criminology 3350
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3401 Behaviour and Drugs View Details
Critical examination of the interaction between behaviour and drugs, i.e. how drugs affect the body and behaviour, development of tolerance to, and dependence on drugs, and therapeutic applications of all drug groups. Discussions focus on drug effects over the entire life span.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3511 Animal Behaviour View Details
An historic, methodological and substantive introduction to animal behaviour is presented from the perspectives of comparative psychology, ethology, sociobiology and ecology.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3531 Research Methods in Animal Behaviour View Details
The class consists of projects illustrating the use of observational and experimental techniques in animal behaviour research. Facilities to work with fish, birds and small rodents are available.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 3511 or permission of the Department
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3715 Psychology of Human Sexuality View Details
A multi-disciplinary examination of the complex issues involved in human sexuality. Topics will include anatomy, physiology, ethics, unconventional sexuality, aging, and identification and treatment of sexual disorders.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3811 Special Topics in Psychology View Details
This course will cover a specific topic in Psychology. The topic may vary from year to year and will be announced in advance by the Department.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3815 Directed Reading View Details
A course of specialized readings arranged between a student and a faculty member within the Department of Psychology. Topics generally relate to those areas of Psychology in which faculty members have specific expertise or research experience.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

Three FCEs in Psychology, or permission of the instructor and Chair of the Department

Notes: Before registering in this course, students must obtain the written permission of the department faculty member who will direct their work, as well as the permission of the Chair of the Department.
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3911 Introduction to Research Processes View Details
This course will examine the theoretical and practical aspects of conducting research in behavioural science such as (a) searching for a worthwhile research problem, (b) planning and conducting research, (c) examining issues in the analysis of the data, and (d) interpreting and communicating research findings. Topics related to research will be covered, such as ethics, validity, variables, controls, and designs.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2101
Offering: 0-0; 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 3913 Memory and Cognition Laboratory View Details
Examines issues and methods in experimental psychological research. Students conduct supervised research projects, and read, critique, and write research articles. Exercises and demonstrations, followed by experiments done jointly with other members of the class, and a final individual research project, in the broad area of human perception, memory, and cognition.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100 and 2101, and one of the following: Psychology 2003, 2401, 2501 or 3161; or permission of the instructor
Offering: 0-3; or 0-3

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Psychology 4032 Psychotherapy I - History View Details
An in-depth overview of the different therapeutic modalities that will be useful for students who are considering graduate studies in clinical psychology. Topics to be covered include an overview of the history of clinical psychology, professional training requirements and career opportunities for clinical psychologists, evidence-based practices, and a critical examination of the cognitive and behavioural modalities of psychotherapeutic techniques. The theoretical framework and application of each modality will be discussed.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2004
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Psychology 4020 may not take Psychology 4032 for credit.
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 4033 Psychotherapy II - Therapeutic Modalities View Details
An in-depth overview of the different therapeutic modalities that will be useful for students who are considering graduate studies in clinical psychology. Topics to be covered include psychoanalysis, humanistic and systemic psychotherapeutic techniques. The theoretical framework and application of each modality will be critically examined and discussed. Intervention strategies, used with the younger populations (children and adolescents), will be considered that are based on therapeutic modalities covered in the current course and in Psychotherapy I.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 4032
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Psychology 4020 may not take Psychology 4033 for credit.
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 4111 Advanced Statistics for Behavioural Research View Details
Application of analysis of variance and related techniques to psychological research. Topics will include randomized groups designs, repeated measures and mixed designs, a priori and post hoc comparisons, and simple effects analysis. Emphasis will be on the advantages and limitations of different designs, their analysis using the SPSS package, and the interpretation of findings.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2101 or another introductory statistics course covering descriptive and inferential methods
Offering: 3-1; 0-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 4151 Advanced Studies in the Psychology of Aging View Details
An in-depth examination of selected topics in normal aging, with emphasis on both research methodology and the practical utilization of findings. Measurement and research design issues associated with the use of primary versus secondary data (e.g., survey data and administrative data) will be explored. The topics included will range from physical performance through cognition to psychosocial well-being, with the main theoretical perspective being on the promotion of a higher quality of life in older people.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 3131 or permission of the instructor
Cross-List(s): Gerontology 4151
Offering: 0-0; 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 4212 Gender and Mental Health View Details
A gender perspective on mental health and related health issues. Topics will include the influence of gender and sex roles on people's behaviour, mental health diagnosis, treatment and research. Although the analysis of mental health issues will be conducted in relation to men and women, the emphasis will be placed on women's health concerns.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2004 or permission of the instructor and Chair of the Department of Psychology
Cross-List(s): Women's Studies 4212
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Women's Studies Group 2 Course
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 4215 Community Psychology View Details
An in-depth review of how the interactions between person and society impact upon individual and community functioning. Research will be explored on the ways in which individuals interact with other individuals, social groups, institutions, communities, the larger culture, and environment. A specific focus will be the effects of various social issues on individual and community well-being. Topics will include, unemployment, discrimination, environmental degradation, intergroup conflict, immigration, and diversity.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2801 or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 4331 Advanced Social Psychology View Details
Applications of social psychology and selected research and theoretical issues (e.g., aggression, social cognition, health, cooperation, relationships, conflict, social influence). Required readings for each class that will be discussed by the group.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2801 or permission of the Department
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 4411 Biopsychology I View Details
Advanced study of the biological bases of behaviour. Selection of specific topics may vary from year to year.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2401 or permission of the Department
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 4511 Learning and Memory View Details
Neurological, information processing, and cognitive perspectives on human learning and memory. The topics include acquisition, storage, and retrieval of memory, the durability of memory, the development of specific skills, everyday/applied memory, and disorders of memory.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

Three FCEs in Psychology, or permission of the instructor and Chair of the Department

Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 4531 Emotion and Motivation View Details
Neurophysiological, evolutionary, information processing, and cognitive/affective perspectives on human emotion, motivation and the interaction of human emotion and cognition. The topics include emotion as behaviour, communication, and representation and descriptions of the physiological and affective contributions to motivated behaviour and decisions.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

Three FCEs in Psychology, or permission of the instructor and Chair of the Department

Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 4611 History of Psychology View Details
The historical and theoretical foundations of psychology from its philosophical and scientific antecedents to the early studies of the nervous system will be reviewed. Main currents in psychological thought such as the emergence of experimental psychology and the development of clinical psychology will be emphasized.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

Three FCEs in Psychology, or permission of the instructor and Chair of the Department

Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 4711 Neuropsychological Dysfunctions View Details
An introduction to human neuropsychology and neuropsychological dysfunctions. Neuropsychology involves the study of relationships between brain functions and behaviour. A focus will be on examining structural and functional brain and behaviour changes in various neurological disorders (e.g., cerebrovascular disorders), psychiatric disorders (e.g., schizophrenia), dementias (e.g., Alzheimer’s), and types of brain injury.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2003, 2401, or 3401; or permission of the instructor and Chair of the Department
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 4811 Special Topics in Psychology View Details
This course will cover a specific topic in Psychology. The topic may vary from year to year and will be announced in advance by the Department.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

Three FCEs in Psychology, or permission of the instructor and Chair of the Department

Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Psychology 4901 Honours Thesis View Details
Restricted to students in the fourth year of the Specialized Honours in Psychology (HBA or HBSc) programs, or to students in the fourth year of the Honours (HBA, HBSc) programs with permission of the Department.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Corequisite(s): Psychology 4111
Notes: Students registered in the Honours thesis are required to take Psychology 4111.
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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