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Adjustment/Clinical (X7X)

PSY 170 Personal Development (3)

The application of psychology to the understanding, management, and enhancement of one’s life.

PSY 270 Introduction to Clinical Psychology (3)

History, theories, nature of psychological problems, methods of assessment, forms of intervention, current developments. Pre: 100.

PSY 371 Abnormal Psychology (3)

Nature and causes of psychological disorders. Pre: 100.

PSY 476 Health Psychology (3)

Psychological principles for understanding and dealing with wellness and illness. Theories and research on stress-related disorders; prevention of stress through lifestyle and healthy behaviors. Pre: 100 or consent. Recommended: 220 or 322.

PSY 477 Communicating Social Support (3)

Survey of major theories, concepts, research, and application regarding communication and social support in interpersonal relationships. (Cross-listed as COMG 490)

PSY 478 Teaching Personal Development (6)

Supervised experience in leading a seminar in personal development. Pre: 170 and 12 additional credits in PSY and written consent.

PSY 479 Advanced Topics in Adjustment/ Treatment/Prevention (3)

In-depth coverage of some area of theory and research in clinical psychology. Repeatable to six credit hours. Pre: 270, 371 or consent.

PSY 670 Introduction to Clinical Psychology (3)

Preparation for becoming a clinical psychologist with emphasis on scientist-practitioner model, professional ethics, diversity and professional development. Pre: graduate student in psychology or consent of instructor.

PSY 671 Introduction to Assessment I (3)

Psychometric theory; ethics; diversity issues; principles and methods of cognitive-intellectual, neuropsychological, and personality assessment. A-F only. Co-requisite: 670 or consent.

PSY 672 Introduction to Assessment II (3)

Administration and interpretation of cognitive-intellectual and personality assessment devices. A-F only. Pre: 670 and 671 or consent and enrollment in Clinical Studies Program.

PSY 673 Advanced Assessment (3)

Conceptual and methodological foundations of clinical applications of assessment. PSY majors only. A-F only. Pre: 671 and 672 and enrollment in Clinical Studies Program, or consent. (Once a year)

PSY 675 Treatment Research (3)

Idiographic and nomothetic approaches to clinical treatment research methods and findings. Pre: 670 (or concurrent) and 671, or consent.

PSY 676 Psychopathology (3)

Comprehensive study of the mental disorders across the lifespan. A-F only. (Once a year)

PSY 677 Child Practicum (3)

Supervised clinical assessment and treatment of children and adolescents. Repeatable ten times, up to 33 credits. Pre: consent.

PSY 678 Adult Practicum (3)

Supervised clinical assessment and treatment of adults. Repeatable ten times, up to 33 credits. Pre: consent.

PSY 679 External Practicum (3)

This supervision-style class will cover cases and issues related to student’s clinic work, supervision, or educational goals while training in external practicum sites. Repeatable ten times. Pre: consent.

PSY 771 Child Treatment (3)

Psychological interventions for youth, as well as parent training. Repeatable two times. Pre: 670 or consent.

PSY 772 Adult Treatment: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (3)

Training in cognitive-behavioral strategies for treating adults. Repeatable one time. Enrolled in Clinical Studies Program only. PSY major only. Pre: 670 or consent.

PSY 773 Seminar in Psychopathology (3)

Repeatable unlimited times.

PSY 774 Seminar in Clinical Psychology (V)

Repeatable unlimited times.

PSY 775 Seminar in Psychological Therapies (3)

Repeatable unlimited times.

PSY 776 Health Psychology: Behavioral and Biological Bases (3)

Psychological and biological bases of health psychology and behavioral medicine. Overview of cognitive, behavioral, and psychophysiological mechanisms; theories and methods of prevention in physical disease. Pre: 670 or consent.

PSY 778 Internship in Clinical Psychology (1)

Repeatable one time. Pre: consent of instructor.

PSY 779 Research in Clinical Psychology (3)

Supervised reading, discussion, research projects in areas of special interest. Repeatable 30 times. Pre: consent.