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Psychology 1 - General Psychology I (3) UC:CSU
This course covers learning, motivation, intelligence, personality, and methods of adjustment.
Psychology 2 - General Psychology II (3) UC:CSU
A study is made of the intergrative realtions of psychological processes to nervous, muscular, and glandular features of the response mechanism, including the structure and functions of the sense organs. Emphasis is given to recent experimental studies and research in the field of physiological psychology.
Psychology 11 - Child Psychology (3) UC:CSU
This course covers the psychological development of children from infancy to adoloscence, including physical, mental, emotional, and social conduct. The promotion of useful and healthy parent-child relationships is emphasized.
Psychology 14 - Abnormal Psychology (3) UC:CSU
This course is a review of the historical as well as the recent approaches to the study of behavior disorders. Topics include definitions of normality, theories of causation and symptoms of the various traditional classifications of abnormality and current methods of behavior modification.
Psychology 17 - Exceptional Child (3) CSU
An exploration of the field of exceptionality relative to physical, behavioral, emotional, learning disabled and mentally gifted or retarded child. Attention will be given to causes, diagnosis, prevention and to programs designed to address such disabilities.
Psychology 32 - Psychology of Women (3) UC:CSU
THis course explores the biological and cultural determinants of women's personality and development. Explores cultural stereotypes, sex role development, female sexuality, and women's health issues in terms of the implications for personal and social change.
Psychology 41 - Lifespan Psychology: From Infancy to Old Age (3) UC:CSU
Human development from conceptino to old (life span) is studied with emphasis in the areas of physical, social, intellectual, and emotional aspects of development. The vaired aspects of development will focus on growth and change affecting individuals during their many life stages.
Psychology 42 - Principles of Group Dynamics I (3) CSU
Introduction to the dynamics of group interaction with emphasis upon individual's first-hand experience. Under supervision, factors involvded in problems of communication, emotional repsonses and personal growth will be highlighted. This course elevates students' self-esteem.