- Psych 300: Experimental Psychology
- This is an undergraduate psychology course designed to provide students with knowledge about and hands-on practice with experimental research methods in psychology. Students will learn how to plan, conduct, and analyze their own experimental research, and how to communicate the results of their research to others. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to apply and critique the scientific method in future courses at UWGB and after.
Psych 424: Psychology of Emotion
This is an advanced undergraduate psychology course designed to expose students to the science of emotion. Students will become acquainted with the many ways in which biological, cultural, cognitive, and other factors can contribute to our emotions. The course will address emotional development in general as well as exploring, in depth, the four primary emotions of happiness, sadness, anxiety, and anger.
- Psych 435: Abnormal Psychology
- This is an advanced undergraduate psychology course
designed to expose students to the primary models for
defining and evaluating normal and abnormal human behavior.
Students will be acquainted with the many ways in which
biological, emotional, behavioral, and cognitive factors can
contribute to distress or impairment, both to the individual
and the people around him or her. Students will be
exposed to models of how abnormal behavior can be defined,
how it can be understood, and in a general sense, how it is
- Psych 484X: Anger and Aggression Seminar
- This is an advanced interdisciplinary writing emphasis Psychology course designed to expose students to the science of anger and aggression. Students will be acquainted with the literature on biological, cognitive, social, cultural, and behavioral causes and consequences of anger and aggression. Students will also be exposed to how anger problems can be assessed and treated. Finally, special topics of anger in children, driving anger, and the prediction of anger-related violence will be discussed.