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2018-2019 Graduate Studies Bulletin 
    
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PSY 209A - History, Basic Concepts, and Classical Issues in Psychology


Semester Hours: 3


Fall, Spring
Classical issues and basic concepts in psychology, with an analysis of the current perspectives that psychologists take on these issues. These include topics such as the roles given to behavioral, cognitive, genetic, and physiological processes in basic and applied psychology, memory, social issues, methodological and radical behaviorism, private events in scientific and professional psychology, trends in data analysis and publication, assessment and measurement, etc. Examination of these topics by analyses of articles, published primarily in major journals, which span the entire history of psychology.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Credit given for this course or PSY 209 , not both. Open only to matriculated students in a doctoral program in psychology.

 





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