2010-2011 Undergraduate Calendar

Psychology  
Chair Michael Ashton Professors Emeriti Jack Adams-Webber, John G. Benjafield, John J. Lavery, Robert D. Ogilvie, Edward W. G. Pomeroy, Joan Preston, Paul D. Tyson Professors Michael Ashton, Kathryn Belicki, Anthony F. Bogaert , Stefan M. Brudzynski, Nancy DeCourville, David DiBattista, Jane Dywan, Carolyn Hafer, Harry T. Hunt, Dorothy Markiewicz, Cheryl McCormick, John Mitterer, Cathy Mondloch, Linda Rose-Krasnor, Stanley W. Sadava, Sidney J. Segalowitz, Teena Willoughby Associate Professors Karen Arnell, Angela Book, Kimberly Cote, Andrew V. Dane, Dawn E. Good, Gordon Hodson, Tanya Martini, Peter Ramm (on leave) Assistant Professors H. Willard Bradley, Michael Busseri, Cameron Muir, Tim Murphy Adjunct Professors Michael Alexander, Michelle Bell, Sherrie Bieman-Copland, Kimberley Ann Houtmeyers, Tiffany T. Hunt-Shanks, Nancy Johnston, Donald McCreary, Carlyle Smith, Brigitte Stemmer Undergraduate Program Officer Tanya Martini Administrator Kirsti van Dorsser Co-ordinator Tammy Stewart Director of Co-operative Programs Cindy Dunne Co-ordinator Collaborative Programs Jo Stewart  
General Information Go to top of document
Administrative Assistants Joanne Boekestyn, Linda Di Raddo, Linda Pidduck 905-688-5550, extension 5050 Mackenzie Chown B327 psyc.brocku.ca The Department of Psychology offers four-year programs of study leading to a BA (Honours) Psychology, a BA with Major Psychology, and a three-year BA Pass degree program. Programs are designed to provide students with a broad introduction to the field of psychology including research methodology, psychological theory and application. In addition, the 20-credit degree programs give students the opportunity to prepare for admission to professional and advanced degree training in a variety of fields. Students interested in pursuing graduate study specifically in psychology should complete the Honours program. The requirements for graduation with a BA (Honours) are a minimum 70 percent major average and a minimum 60 percent non-major average. The requirements for a BA with Major and a Pass BA are a minimum 60 percent major average and a minimum 60 percent overall average. Students wishing to major in Psychology must apply to declare their major. Declaration of major forms are available in the Registrar's Office and on-line at brocku.ca/registrar/forms The Department believes that a broadly based liberal arts and science background is appropriate in conjunction with a major in Psychology. It is required that Honours students acquire some background in other disciplines as part of their undergraduate program by taking elective courses in areas outside of Psychology. Students wishing to pursue an Honours degree must complete a PSYC 4F91 Application. Applications are available in the Department of Psychology. See the Psychology Major's Manual at psyc.brocku.ca/undergrad for more information.  
Psychology Co-op Program (Honours and 4 Year BA with Major) Go to top of document
The Psychology Co-op program combines academic and work terms over a five-year period. Students spend two years in an academic setting studying the core concepts of psychology prior to taking the first work placement. In addition to the current fees for courses in academic study terms, Psychology Co-op students are assessed an annual administrative fee (see the Schedule of Fees).Eligibility to continue is based on the student's major average and non-major average. A student with a minimum 70 percent major average and a minimum 60 percent non-major average will be permitted to continue. A student with a major average lower than 70 percent will not be permitted to continue in the Psychology Co-op program. If a student subsequently raises his/her major average to 70 percent, the student may be readmitted only if approved by the Co-op Admission Committee. The Psychology Co-op program designation will be awarded to those students who have completed a four-year degree (Honours or BA with Major) and who have successfully completed a minimum of twelve months of Co-op work experience.  
Behavioural Science Technology-St Lawrence College Go to top of document
The Behavioural Science Technology program involves courses offered through Brock and St Lawrence College of Applied Arts and Technology. This four-year program combines training in behavioural science with an education in Psychology. The program caters to individuals who wish to have a career that involves encouraging behaviour change in areas such as counselling, addictions, autism, and corrections. The program allows students to gain both solid applied skills in these areas, and a strong theoretical knowledge about a variety of these topics. Gaining both a degree and this diploma would ordinarily involve attending college after gaining a university degree, but the Brock and St Lawrence program combines the two in a single integrated package that can be completed in four years. Applicants must have a minimum 75 percent overall average to be considered for admission to the program. Note that volunteering experience and attainment of the Brock Leadership Skills Certificate programs are considered assets. Successful applicants must maintain a minimum 70 percent overall average during Year 2 and meet other program requirements to continue in the program. Enrolment in this program is limited. Admission to the program is not guaranteed by attainment of the minimum requirements. Application forms and further details concerning the Behavioural Science Technology program are available from the Office of the Dean of Social Sciences.  
Montessori Education-Sheridan College Go to top of document
The Montessori Education Program involves courses offered through Brock and Sheridan College of Applied Arts and Technology. This four-year program combines courses and training in Montessori Education settings at Sheridan College with a four-year degree in Psychology at Brock. The program caters to individuals who wish to have a career in teaching in a Montessori setting. The program allows students to gain both solid applied skills and training in Montessori education, and a strong theoretical knowledge about a variety of topics in Psychology. Students who successfully complete the requirements for this program will be granted both a degree from Brock, and a diploma in Montessori Education from Sheridan College. Students will also receive an Early Childhood teaching credential from the American Montessori Society (AMS). Gaining both a degree and this diploma would ordinarily involve attending college after gaining a university degree, but the Brock and Sheridan program combines the two in a single integrated package that can be completed in four years. Applicants must have a minimum 70 percent overall average to be considered for admission to the program. Volunteering experience and attainment of the Brock Leadership Skills Certificate programs are considered assets. Successful applicants must maintain a minimum 70 percent overall average during Year 2 and meet other program requirements to continue in the program. Enrolment in this program is limited. Admission to the program is not guaranteed by attainment of the minimum requirements. Application forms and further details concerning the Montessori Education program are available from the Office of the Dean of Social Sciences.  
Policing and Criminal Justice-Niagara College Go to top of document
The Policing and Criminal Justice program involves courses offered through Brock and Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology. This four-year program combines training in policing and criminal justice with an education in a chosen academic discipline, which may be Human Geography, Psychology, Political Science or Sociology. For students majoring in Psychology, this four-year program leads to a BA with Major and a diploma in Police Foundations from Niagara College. The program caters to the increasing demand in society for professionals who possess both solid applied skills and the substantive knowledge needed to apply them to the areas of policing and criminal justice. This would ordinarily involve attending college after gaining a university degree, but the Brock and Niagara program combines the two in a single integrated package. Applicants must have a minimum 70 percent overall average to be considered for admission to the program. Volunteering experience is considered an asset. Successful applicants must maintain a minimum 70 percent overall average during Year 2 and meet other program requirements to continue in the program. Enrolment in this program is limited. Admission to the program is not guaranteed by attainment of the minimum requirements. Application forms for the Policing and Criminal Justice program are available from the Office of the Dean of Social Sciences. Please consult the Policing and Criminal Justice entry for a listing of program requirements.  
Social Services Worker-Durham College Go to top of document
The Social Service Worker program involves courses offered through Brock and Durham College of Applied Arts and Technology. This four-year program combines training in a variety of counselling settings with an education in Psychology. The program caters to individuals who wish to have a career in a wide variety of social service settings, including those associated with mental health, criminal justice, social justice, addictions, education and gerontology. The program allows students to gain both solid applied skills in these areas, and a strong theoretical knowledge about a variety of these topics. Gaining both a degree and this diploma would ordinarily involve consecutively attending both institutions over six years, but the Brock and Durham program combines the two in a single integrated package that can be completed in only four years. Applicants must have a minimum 70 percent overall average to be considered for admission to the program. Volunteering experience and attainment of the Brock Leadership Skills Certificate programs are considered assets. Successful applicants must maintain a minimum 70 percent overall average during year 2 and meet other program requirements to continue in the program. Enrolment in this program is limited. Admission to the program is not guaranteed by attainment of the minimum requirements. Application forms and further details concerning the Social Service Worker program are available from the Office of the Dean of Social Sciences.  
Social Service Worker-Sheridan College Go to top of document
The Social Service Worker Program involves courses offered through Brock University and Sheridan College of Applied Arts and Technology. This four-year program combines training in a variety of applied social service settings at Sheridan College with a Four Year BA with Major Psychology at Brock. Students can obtain both solid applied skills and a strong theoretical foundation in a variety of aspects of social services. The program leads to career opportunities in a wide variety of areas including youth worker, assistants for developmentally challenged individuals, counsellor in a variety of group home and mental health settings, and acting as an advocate or counsellor in crisis centres or centres for women. Obtaining both a Four Year BA with Major Psychology and a college diploma would ordinarily involve at least five years of study, but this Brock-Sheridan articulation program combines the two in a single integrated package that can be completed in four years. Students will normally apply for admission to the program following the successful completion of Year 1 courses. Applicants must have a minimum 70 percent overall average to be considered for admission to the program. Volunteering experience and attainment of the Brock Leadership Skills Certificate programs are considered assets. Successful applicants must maintain a minimum 70 percent overall average during Year 2 and meet other program requirements to continue in the program. Enrolment in this program is limited. Admission to the program is not guaranteed by attainment of the minimum requirements. Application forms and further details concerning the Social Service Worker program are available from the Office of the Dean of Social Sciences.  
Yukon College Degree Completion Program Go to top of document
This collaborative program allows Yukon College students to attend Brock University upon completion of the first two years of their studies in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. Students who complete their first two years at Yukon College or for Brock students to complete Year 2 at Yukon College will, upon transfer to Brock University, complete ten Brock credits. For students completing a BA (Honours) these will include 3.0 third-year PSYC credits (including PSYC 3F40 and 3P39), 3.0 fourth-year PSYC credits (including PSYC 4F91, 4P92, 4P93) and 4.0 elective credits. At least 3.0 elective credits must be chosen from courses numbered 2(alpha)00 or higher. For students completing a BA with Major, these courses include 4.5 PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 or higher, 1.5 PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)90 or higher and 4.0 elective credits. Yukon College students may also complete up to two credits on Letter of Permission from a recognized Canadian University. Brock students attending Yukon College for Year 2 will complete a combination of Psychology, Math and elective courses that are equivalent to the second-year program at Brock. Students will then return to Brock to complete the final two years of their studies. Students can complete an Honours BA or a Four Year BA with Major Psychology (depending on Psychology program requirements). Students who wish to participate in this exchange program must have a minimum 60 percent overall average and a minimum 60 percent major average.  
Program Notes Go to top of document
1.  Students completing a four-year degree (BA with Major or Honours) must choose 7.0 credits from disciplines outside of Psychology. Students completing a Pass BA must choose 5.0 credits from disciplines outside of Psychology.  
2.  Students wishing to take PSYC 3F40 and 3P39 require a minimum 75 percent major average. Students wishing to take PSYC 4F91, 4P93 and 4P95 require a minimum 80 percent major average.  
3.  Students enrolled in PSYC 4F91 must enrol concurrently in PSYC 4P93. PSYC 4P95 is strongly recommended.  
4.  If a student has completed PSYC 3F40 and wishes to complete a BA with Major, PSYC 3P30 will not be required.  
5.  WRIT 1P93 is recommended.  
6.  Yukon College Degree Completion students may complete a maximum of two credits on Letter of Permission from a recognized Canadian university.  
7.  Behavioural Science Technology students who opt to take CHYS 3P48 or one ABA course during Spring/Summer sessions following Year 2 will complete one-half elective credit.  
8.  For the Montessori Education program PSYC 3F20, 3P33, 3P80 recommended as the PSYC 3(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99 elective; PSYC 4P45, 4P78, 4P79, recommended as the PSYC 4(alpha)00 to 4(alpha)99 elective; SOCI 2P21, 2P52, 2P55, 2P58, 2P83, 3P51, 3P30, 3P47, 3P83, or WISE 2P99 recommended as elective credit.  
9.  For the Social Service Worker-Durham College program SOCI 2P21, 3P47, 3P83 recommended.  
10.  For the Social Service Worker-Sheridan College program PSYC 3P11, 3P23, 3P60, 3P61, 3P74, 3P77, 3Q33 recommended as the PSYC 2(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99 elective and PSYC 4P27 recommended as the PSYC 3(alpha)90 to 4(alpha)99 elective.  
11. 

If not offered see Department for alternative.

In 20 credit Honours degree programs a maximum of eight credits may be numbered 1(alpha)00 to 1(alpha)99; at least three credits must be numbered 2(alpha)90 or above; at least three credits must be numbered 3(alpha)90 or above; and the remaining credits must be numbered 2(alpha)00 or above.

In this 20 credit BA with Major degree program a maximum of eight credits may be numbered 1(alpha)00 to 1(alpha)99; at least four and one-half credits must be numbered 2(alpha)90 or above; at least one and one-half credits must be numbered 3(alpha)90 or above; and the remaining credits must be numbered 2(alpha)00 or above.

In 15 credit degree programs a maximum of eight credits may be numbered 1(alpha)00 to 1(alpha)00; at least three credits must be numbered 2(alpha)90 or above; and the remaining credits must be numbered 2(alpha)00 or above.

 
Honours Program Go to top of document
Year 1
- PSYC 1F90
- one Humanities context credit
- one Sciences context credit
- two elective credits (see program notes 1 and 5)
Year 2
- Two and one-half credits from PSYC 2P12, 2P20, 2P24, 2P25, 2P30, 2P31, 2P35, 2P36, 2P37, 2P45, 2P49
- PSYC 2F23
- one and one-half elective credits (see program note 1)
Year 3
- PSYC 3F40 and 3P39 (see program notes 2 and 4)
- one and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99
- two elective credits (see program note 1)
Year 4
- One PSYC credit numbered 3(alpha)90 to 4(alpha)99
- PSYC 4F91, 4P92 and 4P93 (see program note 2)
- two elective credits (see program note 1)
 
Honours Co-op Program Go to top of document
Year 1
- PSYC 1F90
- one Humanities context credit
- one Sciences context credit
- two elective credits (see program notes 1 and 5)
Year 2
- PSYC 0N90 and 2F23
- two and one-half credits from PSYC 2P12, 2P20, 2P24, 2P25, 2P30, 2P31, 2P35, 2P36, 2P37, 2P45, 2P49
- one and one-half elective credits (see program note 1)
Spring/Summer Sessions:
- PSYC 0N01 and 2C01
Year 3
- PSYC 3F40 and 3P39 (see program notes 2 and 4)
- one and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 or above
- two elective credits (see program note 1)
Spring/Summer Sessions:
- PSYC 0N02 and 2C02
Year 4
- PSYC 4F91, 4P92, and 4P93 (see program note 2)
- one-half PSYC credit numbered 3(alpha)90 to 4(alpha)99
- two elective credits (see program note 1)
Spring/Summer Sessions:
- PSYC 0N03 and 2C03
 
Yukon College Degree Completion Go to top of document
For Brock students attending Yukon College in Year Two Year 1 (taken at Brock University)
- PSYC 1F90
- one Humanities context credit
- one Sciences context credit
- two elective credits (see program notes 1 and 5)
Year 2 (taken at Yukon College) Year 3 (taken at Brock University)
- PSYC 3F40 and 3P39 (see program notes 2 and 4)
- one and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99
- two elective credits (see program note 1)
Year 4 (taken at Brock University)
- PSYC 4F91, 4P92 and 4P93 (see program note 2)
- one PSYC credit numbered 3(alpha)90 to 4(alpha)99
- two elective credits (see program note 1)
For Yukon College students attending Brock in Years Three and Four Years 1 and 2 (taken at Yukon College) Year 3 (taken at Brock University)
- PSYC 3F40 and 3P39
- one and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99
- two elective credits (see program note 1)
Year 4 (taken at Brock University)
- PSYC 4F91, 4P92, and 4P93 (see program note 2)
- one PSYC credit numbered 3(alpha)90 to 4(alpha)99
- two elective credits (see program note 1)
 
BA with Major Program Go to top of document
Year 1
- PSYC 1F90
- one Humanities context credit
- one Sciences context credit
- two elective credits (see program notes 1 and 5)
Year 2
- Two and one-half credits from PSYC 2P12, 2P20, 2P24, 2P25, 2P30, 2P31, 2P35, 2P36, 2P37, 2P45, 2P49
- PSYC 2F23
- one and one-half elective credits (see program note 1)
Year 3
- PSYC 3P30 (see program note 4)
- two and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99
- two elective credits (see program note 1)
Year 4
- One and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 4(alpha)99
- one and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)90 to 4(alpha)99
- two elective credits (see program note 1)
 
BA with Major Co-op Go to top of document
Year 1
- PSYC 1F90
- one Humanities context credit
- one Sciences context credit
- two elective credits (see program notes 1 and 5)
Year 2
- PSYC 0N90 and 2F23
- two and one-half credits from PSYC 2P12, 2P20, 2P24, 2P25, 2P30, 2P31, 2P35, 2P36, 2P37, 2P45, 2P49
- one and one-half elective credits (see program note 1)
Year 3 Fall term, Year 4 Winter term and Year 5
- PSYC 3P30
- four PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 or above
- one and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)90 or above
- four elective credits (see program note 1)
Year 3 Winter Term:
- PSYC 0N01 and 2C01
Spring/Summer Sessions:
- PSYC 0N02 and 2C02
Year 4 Fall Term:
- PSYC 0N03 and 2C03
 
Yukon College Degree Completion Program (BA with Major) Go to top of document
For Brock students attending Yukon College in Year Two Year 1 (taken at Brock University)
- PSYC 1F90
- one Humanities context credit
- one Sciences context credit
- two elective credits (see program notes 1 and 5)
Year 2 (taken at Yukon College) Year 3 (taken at Brock University)
- PSYC 3P30 (see program note 4)
- two and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99
- two elective credits (see program note 1)
Year 4 (taken at Brock University)
- One and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 4(alpha)99
- one and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)90 to 4(alpha)99
- two elective credits (see program note 1)
For Yukon College students attending Brock in Year Three Year 1 and 2 (taken at Yukon College) Spring/Summer Sessions: (taken at Brock University)
- Three PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99 or elective credits (see program notes 1 and 6)
Year 3 (taken at Brock University)
- PSYC 3P30 (see program note 4)
- four PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 4(alpha)99 or elective credits (see program notes 1 and 6)
- one-half elective credit (see program note 2)
Spring/Summer Sessions: (taken at Brock University)
- Two PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 4(alpha)99 or elective credits (see program notes 1 and 6)
 
Pass Program Go to top of document
Year 1
- PSYC 1F90
- one Humanities context credit
- one Sciences context credit
- two elective credits (see program notes 1 and 5)
Year 2
- Two and one-half credits from PSYC 2P12, 2P20, 2P24, 2P25, 2P30, 2P31, 2P35, 2P36, 2P37, 2P45, 2P49
- PSYC 2F23
- one and one-half elective credits (see program note 1)
Year 3
- Three PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99
- two elective credits (see program note 1)
 
Combined Major Programs Go to top of document
Students may take a combined major in Psychology and a second discipline. For requirements in the other discipline, the student should consult the relevant department/centre. It should be noted that not all departments/centres provide a combined major option. All combined major students should consult with the Administrator or Co-ordinator in each department/centre in order to avoid duplication of courses.

 
Honours Go to top of document
- PSYC 1F90, 2F23, 3F40 and 3P39 (see program notes 2 and 4)
- one and one-half credits from PSYC 2P12, 2P20, 2P24, 2P25, 2P30, 2P31, 2P35, 2P36, 2P37, 2P45, 2P49
- one-half PSYC credit numbered 3(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99
- one PSYC credit numbered 3(alpha)90 to 4(alpha)99
- PSYC 4F91 and 4P93 or one Honours thesis credit in the second discipline (see program note 4)
 
BA with Major Go to top of document
- PSYC 1F90, 2F23 and 3P30 (see program note 4)
- one and one-half credits from PSYC 2P12, 2P20, 2P24, 2P25, 2P30, 2P31, 2P35, 2P36, 2P37, 2P45, 2P49
- two and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 4(alpha)99
- one PSYC credit numbered 3(alpha)90 to 4(alpha)99
 
Pass Go to top of document
- PSYC 1F90 and 2F23
- one PSYC credit numbered 2(alpha)00 to 2(alpha)99
- two PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99
 
Psychology and Biological Sciences Go to top of document
Consult the Biological Sciences entry for a listing of program requirements.  
Psychology and Child and Youth Studies Go to top of document
This is a specialized Combined Honours program that has students choosing to focus on either Child and Youth Studies or on Psychology upon entry to Year Three. Consult the Child and Youth Studies entry for a listing of program requirements.  
Minor in Psychology Go to top of document
Students in other disciplines can obtain a minor in Psychology within their degree program by completing the following courses with a minimum 60 percent overall average:
- PSYC 1F90
- PSYC 2F23 or MATH 1F92
- two additional PSYC credits
- one PSYC credit numbered 3(alpha)00 or above
 
Brock/Colleges Articulation Agreement Go to top of document
Behavioural Science Technology-St Lawrence College Go to top of document
Honours Year 1
- PSYC 1F90
- one Humanities context credit
- one Sciences context credit
- two elective credits (see program notes 1 and 5)
Spring/Summer Sessions:
- PSYC 2F23
Year 2
- PSYC 2P12, 3F20, 3F40 and 3P39 (see program notes 2 and 4)
- one and one-half credits from PSYC 2P24, 2P25, 2P30, 2P31, 2P45
- one half elective credit (see program notes 1 and 7)
Spring/Summer Sessions:
- CHYS 3P48 or one ABA course (taken on letter of permission; see program note 11)
Year 3
- taken at St Lawrence College
Year 4
- One credit from PSYC 3P18, 3P19, 3P51, 3P72, 3P75
- PSYC 4F91, 4P92 and 4P93 (see program note 2)
- one half PSYC credit numbered 3(alpha)90 to 4(alpha)99
Spring/Summer Sessions:
- Field placement
 
BA with Major Go to top of document
Year 1
- PSYC 1F90
- one Humanities context credit
- one Sciences context credit
- two elective credits (see program notes 1 and 5)
Spring/Summer Sessions:
- PSYC 2F23
Year 2
- PSYC 2P12, 3F20 and 3P30 (see program note 4)
- one-and one-half credits from PSYC 2P24, 2P25, 2P30, 2P31, 2P45
- one of PSYC 3P18, 3P19, 3P51, 3P72, 3P75
- one elective credit (see program notes 1 and 7)
Spring/Summer Sessions:
- CHYS 3P48 or one ABA course (taken on letter of permission; see program note 11)
Year 3
- taken at St Lawrence College
Year 4
- One credit from PSYC 3P18, 3P19, 3P51, 3P72, 3P75
- one and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 4(alpha)99
- one and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)90 to 4(alpha)99
Spring/Summer Sessions:
- Field placement
 
Montessori Education- Sheridan College Go to top of document
BA with Major Go to top of document
This program does not lead to an Ontario Certificate of Qualification Year 1
- PSYC 1F90
- CHYS 1F90
- one Humanities Context credit
- one Sciences Context credit
- one elective credit
Year 2
- PSYC 2F23 and 2P12
- two PSYC credits numbered 2(alpha)00 to 2(alpha)99
- one PSYC credit numbered 3(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99 (see program note 8)
- one-half elective credit (see program note 12)
Year 3
- taken at Sheridan College
Year 4
- PSYC 3P30 (see program note 4)
- one and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99 (see program note 8)
- two and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)90 to 4(alpha)99 (see program note 8)
- one-half elective credit (see program note 12)
 
Policing and Criminal Justice-Niagara College Go to top of document
Consult the Policing and Criminal Justice entry for a listing of program requirements.  
Social Service Worker-Durham College Go to top of document
Honours Go to top of document
Year 1
- PSYC 1F90
- POLI 1P98 or one-half elective credit (see program note 1)
- SOCI 1F90
- one Humanities context credit
- one Sciences context credit
- one-half elective credit (see program notes 1 and 5)
Year 2
- PSYC 2F23, 2P12, 2P30, 2P31 and 3F20
- one of PSYC 2P20, 2P24, 2P25, 2P35, 2P36, 2P37, 2P45, 2P49
- POLI 1P98 or one-half elective credit (not taken in year 1; see program notes 1, 5 and 9)
- one-half elective credit (see program note 9)
Year 3
- taken at Durham College
Year 4
- PSYC 3F40, 3P39 and 3P72 (see program note 2)
- one PSYC credit numbered 3(alpha)90 to 4(alpha)99
Year 5
- PSYC 4F91, 4P92 and 4P93 (see program note 2)
 
BA with Major Go to top of document
Year 1
- PSYC 1F90
- POLI 1P98 or one-half elective credit
- SOCI 1F90
- one Humanities context credit
- one Sciences context credit
- one-half elective credit (see program note 5)
Year 2
- PSYC 2F23, 2P12, 2P30, 2P31 and 3F20
- one of PSYC 2P20, 2P24, 2P25, 2P36, 2P37, 2P45, 2P49
- POLI 1P98 or one half elective credit (not taken in year 1; see program notes 5 and 9)
- one-half elective credit (see program note 9)
Year 3
- taken at Durham College
Year 4
- PSYC 3P30 and 3P72 (see program note 4)
- one and one-half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 4(alpha)99
- one and one half PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)90 to 4(alpha)99
- one elective credit (see program note 9)
Spring/Summer Sessions:
- Field placement (facilitated by Durham College)
 
Social Service Worker-Sheridan College Go to top of document
BA with Major Go to top of document
Year 1
- PSYC 1F90
- SOCI 1F90
- one Humanities context credit
- one Sciences context credit
- one elective credit (see program notes 1 and 5)
Year 2
- PSYC 2F23, 2P12, 2P30 and 2P31
- one-half PSYC credit numbered 2(alpha)00 to 2(alpha)99
- one PSYC credit numbered 3(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99 (see program note 10)
- one elective credit (see program note 1)
Year 3
- taken at Sheridan College
Year 4
- PSYC 3P30 (see program note 4)
- two PSYC credits numbered 3(alpha)00 to 3(alpha)99
- one and one-half PSYC credits numbered 4(alpha)00 to 4(alpha)99 (see program note 10)
- one elective credit (see program notes 1 and 10)
 
Graduate (MA, PhD) Program Go to top of document
The graduate programs allow for study and directed research with a concentration in behavioural neuroscience, life span development or social/personality. For further information, including faculty interests, see the current graduate calendar or the Psychology Department website.  
Course Descriptions Go to top of document
Note that not all courses are offered in every session. Refer to the applicable term timetable for details. # Indicates a cross listed course * Indicates primary offering of a cross listed course  
Prerequisites and Restrictions Go to top of document
Students must check to ensure that prerequisites are met. Students may be deregistered, at the request of the instructor, from any course for which prerequisites and/or restrictions have not been met.

PSYCHOLOGY COURSES

PSYC 1F90 Introduction to Psychology Basic concepts and contemporary issues in psychology with special attention to learning, physiological, developmental, clinical and social psychology. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: prerequisite to all courses in Psychology except PSYC 2F23 and 3Q91. PSYC 2F23 Statistics and Research Design in the Behavioural Sciences Principles of research design and data analysis in the context of psychological research. Lectures, tutorial, 4 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90 or one Social Science credit. Note: 4U Mathematics of Data Management or equivalent background recommended. PSYC 2P12 Lifespan Development Introduction to theories and research in human development across the lifespan. Topics include development in physical, perceptual, cognitive, linguistic, social and/or emotional domains. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), HEAR, SPLS majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CHYS 2M01, 2P10 (2F10) and PSYC 2F12. PSYC 2P20 Cognition How the mind processes information. Topics include recognition, attention, memory, problem solving, judgment and decision making. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), HEAR, SPLS majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 2F20. PSYC 2P24 Classic Theories of Personality Introduction to personality psychology using a "theorist by theorist" approach. Classic theories of personality, including, psychoanalytic, humanistic and social learning approaches. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 2F25. PSYC 2P25 Personality and Individual Differences Introduction to theory and research in personality and related individual differences. Topics include measurement and structure of personality characteristics; biological bases, genetic and environmental origins, and evolutionary function of personality; personality disorders; personality as a predictor of life outcomes; other domains of psychological variation (religious beliefs and political attitudes, sexuality, occupational interests, mental abilities). Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 2F25. PSYC 2P30 Fundamentals of Social Psychology Theory, methods and research examining the influence of others on phenomena such as cognition, the self, attitudes, group processes and communication. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHSC, COMM (single or combined), HLSC, PHTH majors and PSYC minors until dates specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 2F30. PSYC 2P31 The Social Psychology of Social Issues Theory, methods and research relevant to topics such as personal relationships, aggression, altruism, health and the law. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHSC, COMM (single or combined), HLSC, PHTH majors and PSYC minors until dates specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P30. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 2F30. PSYC 2P35 Introduction to Brain and Behaviour Biological aspects of behavioural neuroscience. Basics of the structure and function of the nervous system in relation to behaviour. Activities of the brain from the neuron through to interrelationships among neural systems. Topics include neuronal function, drugs and behaviour, brain plasticity and recovery from injury, sensation and perception, and the organization of the brain emphasizing human behaviour. Lectures, 3 hours per week; seminar, 1 hour per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHSC, HEAR, HLSC, KINS, NEUR, PHTH, SPLS majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Note: student may not concurrently register in PSYC (NEUR) 2P36. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC (NEUR) 2F36 and PSYC 2P36. *PSYC 2P36 Brain and Behaviour I (also offered as NEUR 2P36) Introduction to behavioural neuroscience - biological aspects of behaviour. Basics of the structure and function of the nervous system in relation to behaviour. Activities of the brain from the neuron through to interrelationships among neural systems. Topics include neuronal function, drugs and behaviour, brain plasticity and recovery from injury, sensation and perception, and the organization of the brain emphasizing human behaviour. Lectures, 3 hours per week; lab, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHSC, HEAR, HLSC, KINS, NEUR, PHTH, SPLS majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Note: students may not concurrently register in PSYC 2P35. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC (NEUR) 2F36 and PSYC 2P35. *PSYC 2P37 Brain and Behaviour II (also offered as NEUR 2P37) The relationship between brain, physiology and behaviour. Topics relevant to neural mechanisms associated with human actions and cognitions such as motivation (sleep, sexual behaviour, eating), emotions and stress, learning and memory, communication and language, and thought (psychological/psychiatric disorders). Lectures, 3 hours per week; lab, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHSC, HEAR, HLSC, KINS, NEUR, PHTH, SPLS majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P35 or 2P36. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC (NEUR) 2F36. PSYC 2P45 Learning Presentation of variables and/or conditions contributing to the learning process including a survey of the basic experimental findings and theoretical issues related to learning. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 2F45. PSYC 2P49 Perception Introduction to human perception emphasizing visual and auditory perception, including theory and applications to neurophysiology, speech recognition and development. Integration of smell, taste, balance and time perception to demonstrate the biological and cognitive bases of perception. Lectures, lab, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHSC, HLSC, NEUR majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 2F50. PSYC 3F07 Experiential Psychology Subjective experience (states of consciousness) and methods as an alternate approach to mainstream psychology. Phenomena of dreams, psychedelic drugs, schizophrenia, religious mysticism and eastern meditative traditions. Conceptual frameworks from introspective and phenomenological traditions of psychology, neuroscience and psychiatry, as well as constuctivist holistic approaches to the metaphoric bases of cognition and human consciousness. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 3F20 Abnormal Psychology Psychopathology and dysfunctional behaviour are discussed with respect to classification, diagnosis, etiology, treatment and prevention. Biological, psychological and social determinants of mental disorder are considered. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 3P28. PSYC 3F40 Psychological Research Research methods in several areas of psychology emphasizing development of the student's capacity to evaluate literature and formulate hypotheses through participation in individual research projects. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) and NEUR majors with a minimum 75 percent major average and a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90 and 2F23. Corequisite(s): PSYC 3P39. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 3P30, 3P41 and 3P42. *PSYC 3F81 Neuroscience (also offered as NEUR 3F81) Integrative approach to neuroscience from basic elements of molecular neuroscience, physiology of excitable cells, neurophysiology of major brain systems to behavioural neuroscience and selected topics in affective and cognitive neuroscience. Emphasis on the interdisciplinary nature of the subject and the integrative aspects of brain function. General insight into a number of classical disciplines including neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neuropharmacology, electrophysiology, neurochemistry and neurology. Lectures, 2 hours per week; lab, 3 hours alternating weeks. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHSC, HLSC, NEUR, PHTH majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P36 and 2P37 (2F36) or permission of the instructor. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC (NEUR) 3P81 and 3P82. PSYC 3P05 Advanced Perception Historical and contemporary issues in perception emphasizing visual and auditory systems. Different approaches to perception, such as cognitive, neuropsychology, applied and social psychology. Lectures, lab, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90 and 2P49. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 2F50 and 2P51. #PSYC 3P11 Theories of Development and Socialization (also offered as CHYS 3P11) Interdisciplinary exploration of child and youth development and socialization, including the foundational literature in psychology, sociology and anthropology, as well as contemporary and critical interpretive theories of childhood and youth. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHYS (single or combined) and CHYS BA (Honours)/BEd majors with a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90 or permission of the Department. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P12 (2F12) or CHYS 2P10 (2F10) PSYC 3P18 Adolescent Development Theories and research pertaining to development during adolescence. Topics include biological, cognitive and socioemotional development, and the various contexts (family, peers, schools, culture) in which development occurs. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHSC, HLSC, PHTH majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Not open to CHYS (single or combined) majors. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 3P19 Psychology of Aging Theories and methods of lifespan development as applied to the special issues that emerge during late adulthood; how physiological, social and cognitive factors interact as individuals cope with the tasks of later years. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHYS (single or combined), CHSC, HLSC, LING, NEUR, PHLH majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90 and 2P12 (2F12). *PSYC 3P23 Psychology of Parenting (also offered as CHYS 3P23) Determinants, varieties and consequences of parenting, focusing on psychological research findings in contemporary parenting/parenthood issues. Topics include different styles of parenting, parent-child relationships, child maltreatment, parenting children with different temperaments, and parenting in ecological contexts. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHLH, CHYS (single or combined), CHYS BA (Honours)/BEd majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90; PSYC 2P12 (2F12) or CHYS 2P10 (2F10). PSYC 3P28 Introduction to Abnormal Psychology Selected mental disorders with respect to classification, diagnosis, etiology and treatment. Biological, psychological and social determinants of psychopathology. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to RECL majors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits. Not open to PSYC (single or combined) majors. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 3F20. PSYC 3P30 Critical Thinking in Psychology Development of scientific thinking and discovery procedures in psychology. The design of experiments and quasi-experiments. Control of variables, statistical power and alternative sources of data. Critical analysis of typical examples of contemporary psychological research. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), NEUR majors and PSYC minors with either a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90 and 2F23. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 3F40, 3P41 and 3P42. *PSYC 3P33 Psychology of Intergroup Behaviour (also offered as COMM 3P33) Social psychological theories and research in the area of intergroup relations and intergroup conflict. Topics include realistic conflict theory, social identity theory, social exchange, relative deprivation and research on intergroup perceptions and attitudes. Current issues/controversies and implications for the resolution of intergroup conflict. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), COMM (single or combined) majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 3P34 Psychology of Human Sexuality Introduction to the psychological study of human sexuality. Biopsychosocial approaches are applied to different issues in human sexuality. Topics may include sexual differentiation, gender identity and sexual orientation, attraction and love, paraphilias, and sexual physiology. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CHSC 2P50. PSYC 3P35 Infant Development Theory and research pertaining to human development from conception to 24 months including perceptual, cognitive, social and emotional development. The impact of early experience on later development. Lectures/seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors with a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90; PSYC 2P12 (2F12) or CHYS 2P10 (2F10). Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 3P93 and 4P35. *PSYC 3P39 Computer Data Analysis (also offered as NEUR 3P39) Applications of computers to management and analysis of data, including data entry, statistical procedures and interpretation of output, using SPSS. Lectures/lab, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) and NEUR majors with a minimum 75 percent major average and a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90 and 2F23. PSYC 3P41 Psychological Research I Research methods in several areas of psychology emphasizing development of the student's capacity to evaluate literature and write a research proposal. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (empirical thesis) Co-op students. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90 and 2F23. Corequisite(s): PSYC 3P39. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 3F40 and 3P30. PSYC 3P42 Psychological Research II Research methods in several areas of psychology emphasizing research design, data acquisition, and writing an APA report. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (empirical thesis) Co-op students. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 3P41. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned credit in PSYC 3F40 and 3P30. PSYC 3P45 Comparative Psychology I Introduction to comparative psychology, emphazing the similarity and differences of behaviour patterns across several species (including humans). Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), NEUR majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 3P46 Psychology of Eating Biological and environmental factors influencing food/beverage consumption in animals and humans, including theoretical and applied issues. Topics include physiological control of food intake; biological, orosensory, social and cultural factors influencing food selection; the effects of food on behaviour; eating disorders; and obesity and weight control. Lectures, seminars, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), NEUR majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide, or permission of instructor. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 3P48 Directed Studies I Topics, readings and/or research chosen in consultation with a faculty member who is willing to supervise the student. Restriction: students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90 and permission of the Department. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 3P49 Directed Studies II Topics, readings and/or research chosen in consultation with a faculty member who is willing to supervise the student. Restriction: students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90 and permission of the Department. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 3P51 Health Psychology Introduction to psychological aspects of health and illness. How behaviour, social context and attitudes influence physiological processes and our health. Topics include health promotion, stress, psychoneuroimmunology, health and physical activity, pain and the health care system. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHSC, HLSC, PHTH majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 3P53 Introduction to Forensic Psychology Overview of the field of forensic psychology including psychopathy, risk assessment, criminal profiling, deception, eyewitness identification and jury decision-making. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 3P58 Psychology of Men History of psychological thought about masculinity, from sociobiological theory to modern feminist critiques. Topics include theoretical perspectives on the study of gender differences, stereotypes of masculinity, male sexuality, the biology of maleness, and issues related to self-awareness, intimacy, health, the misuse of power and the possibility of reconstructing a more justifiable image of masculinity/maleness. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. *PSYC 3P59 Introduction to Human Neuropsychology (also offered as NEUR 3P59) Relation between brain function and behaviour examined through basic research and clinical syndromes. Topics include neural basis of perception, memory, language, emotion and executive functions. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHSC, HLSC, LING, NEUR, PHTH majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits and 1.0 PSYC credit above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 3P60 Children's Thinking Theory and research pertaining to cognitive development. Topics include the development of perception, language, memory, problem solving, reading and social cognition. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits and 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90; one of PSYC 2P12 ( 2F12), 2P20 (2F20), 2P49 (2F50), CHYS 2P10 (2F10). Note: students may not concurrently register in CHYS 3P65. Completion of this course will replace previously assigned grade and credit in CHYS 3P65. #PSYC 3P61 Child Language Acquisition: Early Stages (also offered as CHYS 3P61 and LING 3P61) Theories, research and methods in early language development. Linguistic stages in the development of child language at the level of grammar and meaning (phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics). Discourse as an indicator of the socialization process. Effects of interaction with care givers. Early bilingualism. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90 or LING 1P92 and 1P93 (1F91). *PSYC 3P67 Bases of Neuropsychopharmacology (also offered as NEUR 3P67) Mechanisms of drug action and classification of psychoactive agents. Elements of pharmacokinetics (drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and elimination) and a review of the major groups of psychoactive agents including hypnotics, analgesics, anxiolytics, antidepressants, psychostimulants and neuroleptics. Emphasizing mechanisms and consequences of drug action on selected neurotransmitter systems (dopaminergic, noradrenergic, cholinergic, serotonergic). Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHSC, HLSC, NEUR, PHTH majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90; PSYC 2P35 or 2P36 (2F36). Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC (NEUR) 3P97. PSYC 3P68 Sleep and Wakefulness Functions, mechanisms, rhythms, physiology and psychology of sleep contrasted with counterparts during wakefulness. Current issues in sleep research and sleep disorders medicine. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), NEUR majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90; PSYC 2P35 or 2P36 (2F36). PSYC 3P72 Drugs and Behaviour Basic principles of the kinetics of drugs and drug action, drug effects and drug interactions. Psychology of addictive behaviour. Effects of psychoactive drugs on behaviour and experience. Focus on recreational drugs and psychiatric medications. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHSC, HLSC, NEUR, PHTH majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. #PSYC 3P74 Psychology of Computers in Education (also offered as CHYS 3P74) Uses of computers in education in light of current theories of child development. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHYS (single or combined), CHYS BA (Honours)/BEd, BA Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) and BSc Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or permission of the Department. Prerequisite(s): CHYS 2P10 (2F10) or PSYC 2P12 (2F12). Note: this is not a computer programming course. PSYC 3P75 Stress Modern theories and misconceptions about the effects of stress on psychology and health. Diverse material ranges from workplace theories of stress to the effect of stress on our immune system. Coping strategies, methods of stress appraisal and behavioural effects are also studied and physiological systems involved with the mammalian stress response. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. *PSYC 3P77 Social Development (also offered as CHYS 3P77) Social competence, aggression, friendship and other topics in social development from a variety of developmental perspectives. Methodological and intervention issues relevant to the study of social development. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHYS (single or combined) and CHYS BA (Honours)/BEd majors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90; PSYC 2P12 (2F12) or CHYS 2P10 (2F10) or permission of the instructor. Note: students may not concurrently register in CHYS 3P24. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CHYS 3P24. *PSYC 3P80 Psychology of Interpersonal Behaviour (also offered as COMM 3P80) Social psychology of interpersonal attraction and relationships, as studied through experimental, correlational and longitudinal designs. Reinforcement, exchange, attributional, equity and balance models. Levels of relationships. Aspects of the maintenance and dissolution of relationships and of interpersonal psychopathology. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), COMM (single or combined) majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Note: PSYC 2P30 (2F30) recommended. *PSYC 3P81 Neuroscience I (also offered as NEUR 3P81) Integrative approach to basic neuroscience including molecular neuroscience, physiology of excitable cells, neuroembryology, neurocytology, neurohistology, neuroanatomy and cellular electrophysiology. Emphasis on the interdisciplinary nature of the subject including elements of molecular medicine, biology, biophysics and biochemistry. Lectures, 2 hours per week; lab, 3 hours alternating weeks. Restriction: open to PSYC Co-op and NEUR Co-op majors with a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P36 and 2P37 (2F36) or permission of the instructor. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC (NEUR) 3F81. *PSYC 3P82 Neuroscience II (also offered as NEUR 3P82) Integrative approach to neurophysiology of major brain systems of the spinal cord, medulla, brain stem and mesencephalon, hypothalamus, limbic system and basal ganglia. Introduction to behavioral neuroscience, affective neuroscience, and cognitive neuroscience. Consideration of a number of classic biomedical disciplines including neurophysiology, neuropharmacology, elctrophysiology, neurochemistry, neuropsychiatry, neurology and neuropathology. Lectures, 2 hours per week; lab, 3 hours alternating weeks. Restriction: open to PSYC Co-op and NEUR Co-op majors with a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 3P81. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC (NEUR) 3F81. PSYC 3P84 Psychological Trauma Emotional, physiological and social components of psychological trauma including diagnostic concerns and treatments. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), NEUR majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. #PSYC 3Q33 Conflict, Contradictions and Development (also offered as CHYS 3Q33) Conflict in early human development including the understanding of the causes, management and outcomes of conflicts. Cognitive and social strategies used to resolve conflicts. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHYS (single or combined) and CHYS BA (Honours)/BEd majors with a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or permission of the Department. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P12 (2F12), CHYS 2P10 (2F10) or permission of the instructor. *PSYC 3Q90 Consciousness and Society (also offered as PHIL 3Q90) Psychodynamic approaches to modern clinical pathologies of narcissism, transpersonal psychologies of meditation and consciousness, and socio-cultural approaches to spiritual movements are used to examine both the nature of religious-mystical experience and the repeated appearance of mysticism throughout the 20th, century using the personal, social, and political conflicts associated with the life histories of Nietzsche, Emerson, Thoreau, Heidegger, Jung, Blavatsky, Gurdjieff. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), PHIL (single or combined) majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. #PSYC 3Q91 Second Language Acquisition and Learning (also offered as LING 3Q91) Theories of subsequent-language learning. Topics include psychological aspects of language learning (behaviourism, cognitivism, humanism), language and culture, contrastive analysis, error analysis, interlanguage. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. *PSYC 3Q95 Theories of Personality: Freud and Jung (also offered as PHIL 3Q95) Major clinically derived theories of personality with special attention to their bases in case study/life history methodology, focusing on Freud and Jung and their continuing relevance for current personality, developmental and transpersonal psychology. The possibly unique relation of "depth psychology" to numinous experience (mysticism, creativity, psychosis). Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), PHIL (single or combined) majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. *PSYC 3Q96 Theories of Personality: Developments in Psychodynamic and Transpersonal Psychology (also offered as PHIL 3Q96) Major developments in the psychoanalytic and clinical tradition (Kohut, Winnicott, Klein) as they relate to analogous developments within transpersonal and Jungian approaches to "higher" states of consciousness. The conflicts and congruences between these perspectives illustrated by selected life histories (Melanie Klein, Wilhelm Reich, G. Gurdjieff). Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), PHIL (single or combined) majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 4F05 Independent Empirical Research Empirical research carried out with a faculty member who is willing to supervise the student. Project course. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) and NEUR majors with a minimum of 13.5 overall credits and permission of the Department. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2F23; one of PSYC 3F40, 3P30, PSYC 3P41 and 3P42. Note: this course is not a substitute for PSYC 4F91 nor can it be counted toward an Honours degree in Psychology. Students may not concurrently register in PSYC 4F91. PSYC 4F90 Literature Review Thesis Review of the research and theory in a focused area or problem in psychology. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with approval to year 4 (honours), a minimum 80 percent major average and permission of the Department. Prerequisite(s): one of PSYC 3F40, 3P30, PSYC 3P41 and 3P42. PSYC 4F91 Empirical Research Thesis Research project carried out with a faculty supervisor whose permission must be obtained prior to registration. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with approval to year 4 (honours), a minimum 80 percent major average and permission of the Department. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 3F40 or PSYC 3P41 and 3P42; PSYC 3P39. Corequisite(s): PSYC 4P93 Note: students may not concurrently register in PSYC 4F05. PSYC 4P10 Advanced Directed Studies I Topic, readings and/or research chosen in consultation with a faculty member who is willing to supervise the student. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) and NEUR majors with a minimum of 13.5 overall credits and permission of the Department. PSYC 4P11 Advanced Directed Studies II Topic, readings and/or research activity chosen in consultation with a faculty member who is willing to supervise the student. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) and NEUR majors with a minimum of 13.5 overall credits and permission of the Department. PSYC 4P22 Advanced Seminar in Human Memory Historic and current ideas about memory and the implication these have for our approach to memory in research, everyday function, medical and legal contexts as revealed through such topics as: recollections, tip of the tongue, hypnosis and memory, eyewitness testimony and various memory disorders (psychogenic amnesia, childhood amnesia) Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), NEUR majors and PSYC minors with a minimum of 13.5 overall credits. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 4P25 Psychological Measurement and Personality Research Principles of psychological measurement, psychometric theory and test construction. Personality structure and the causes and functions of personality variation. Individual differences in the area of personality and associated domains, including cognitive abilities, interests, attitudes, religiosity, and sexuality. Personality structure and the causes and functions of personality variation. Psychometric theory and test construction. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2F23 and 2P25 (2F25). PSYC 4P27 Psychology of the Exceptional Child Examination of selected topics related to atypical child development. Topics may include autism and William's Syndrome, 'gifted' children, mental retardation, ADHD, conduct disorder, eating disorders, and childhood depression and anxiety. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90; PSYC 2P12 (2F12), CHYS 2P10 (2F10) or permission of the instructor. PSYC 4P29 Cognitive Neuropsychology Theories and research methods in cognitive neuropsychology, focusing on the investigation of brain models of information processing. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), CHSC, NEUR, PHTH majors and PSYC minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 3P59 or permission of the instructor. PSYC 4P30 Introduction to Positive Psychology Focus on the ordinary strengths and virtues of functioning. Topics include positive emotional states, cognitions (optimism, hope, self-efficacy), interpersonal orientations (attachment, love, forgiveness), subjective well-being, spirituality and energy; character; applications to physical and mental health. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until the date specified in Registration guide. Students must have 13.5 credits or 5.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 4P34 Psychobiology of Human Sexuality Advanced topics in human sexuality focusing on current research and a biopsychological perspective. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 13.5 overall credits or 5.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90; PSYC 3P34 or CHSC 2P50 or permission of the instructor. PSYC 4P37 Ecopsychology Theories, methods and assessment tools used by relevant perspectives in psychology that apply to environmental issues. Multiple level comparison of theories and approaches focusing on attainment of individual and collective sustainable environmental solutions. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 13.5 overall credits or 5.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 4P89 or 4V97. PSYC 4P38 Neuropsychology of Aging and Dementia Neuropsychological changes associated with normal and pathological aging. Topics include causes and consequences of age-related change in intellectual, social and emotional function; implications for quality of life, rehabilitation and supportive care. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) CHSC, HLSC, LING, NEUR and PHTH majors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 13.5 overall credits or 5.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Note: students who have a minimum of 5.0 NEUR credits may register. Contact the Psychology Department. #PSYC 4P41 Risk-Taking in Youth (also offered as CHYS 4P41) Topics may include youth lifestyle choices, problem behaviour theory, risk and protective factors, competence, and developmental pathways in the context of community, family, peer, and intrapersonal factors. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to CHYS BA (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior) and CHYS (single or combined) majors with a minimum of 14.0 overall credits and approval to year 4 (honours). Prerequisite(s): one of PSYC 3P11, 3P18, 3P23, 3P74, 3Q33, CHYS 3P09, 3P12, 3P24, 3P65. Note: PSYC majors may register. Contact the Department of Child and Youth Studies. PSYC 4P44 Social Psychology of Justice Basic research and theories addressing how people think about and respond to justice and injustice as subjective concepts. Topics include the nature of people's motivation for justice, how justice is defined and the influence of justice concerns on human behaviour. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors with a minimum 13.5 overall credits. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 4P45 Community Psychology Community psychology as conceptualized in the past 20 years emphasizing the interplay between community psychology, deinstitutionalization and the community mental health movements. The contemporary drive for consumer/survivor involvement in the development and provision of service will be a major perspective. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week; field work. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with a minimum of 13.5 overall credits. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 4P49 Human Emotion Historical and current beliefs about the nature of human emotions. Topics may include the definition and measurement of emotions, connections between emotional experience, emotion physiology, and emotion regulation across positive and negative affect, the relationship between emotion and other domains of psychology, developmental changes in emotion across adulthood, and/or emotion-related psychopathology (depression, autism). Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until the date specified in Registration guide. Students must have 13.5 credits or 5.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 4P55 Neural Mechanisms, Hormones and Behaviour Relationships among the hormones of the endocrine system, the nervous system and behaviour; the involvement of hormones in sexual behaviour, the mechanisms of stress, and in cognition; and the relevant research methodologies. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) and NEUR majors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 13.0 overall credits or 5.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P35 or 2P36 (2F36). *PSYC 4P56 Maturation and Development (also offered as CHYS 4P56) Influences of brain maturation on psychological development and vice versa. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined),CHYS (single or combined), CHYS BA (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior) and NEUR majors until date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 13.0 overall credits or 5.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): one of PSYC 2P12 (2F12), 2P36 (2F36), CHYS 2P10 (2F10). PSYC 4P63 Human Psychophysiology Concepts related to acquisition and analysis of bioelectrical signals recorded from the brain, pupillary system, skeletomotor system, cardiovascular system, electrodermal system and respiratory system. Applications to health and human factors include arousal, attention, emotion, stress, immunology, lie detection and brain injury. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined), NEUR majors and PSYC minors until the date specified in Registration guide. Students must have a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P35 or 2P36 (2F36). Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 3P96. PSYC 4P69 Professional Topics in Psychology Topics may include privacy legislation, confidentiality, research ethics, post-degree training and professional programs, and other issues that individuals in psychology-related professions may face. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors until the date specified in Registration guide. Students must have 13.5 credits or 5.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. PSYC 4P71 Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination Theory and research on the basic processes involved in prejudice and discrimination. Topics include stereotyping, emotions, competition, contemporary prejudice, implicit biases, individual differences, and prejudice reduction. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors who hold a minimum of 13.5 overall credits or 5.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P30 (2F30). Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 4V96. PSYC 4P72 Psychology of Violent Predators Multi-disciplinary approach in an effort to understand the psychology of criminals who engage in predatory violence, including serial killers, mass murderers, child molesters, and rapists. Theories, concepts and research from the fields of psychology, sociology, criminology and criminal justice that social scientists employ to understand and respond to violent criminals. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors who hold a minimum of 13.0 overall credits or 5.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 3F20 or 3P53. PSYC 4P78 Topics in Clinical Psychology Issues in assessment techniques, ethical and professional practice issues in clinical psychology. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors who hold a minimum of 13.5 overall credits or 5.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 3F20. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 4V81. PSYC 4P79 Introduction to Counselling and Psychotherapy Contemporary major theories of counselling and psychotherapy, including client/person-centered counselling, cognitive-behaviour therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and post-modern approaches. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors and minors who hold a minimum of 13.5 overall credits or 5.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 3F20. Completion of this course will replace previously assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC 4V82. PSYC 4P80 Special Topics in Applied, Clinical and Health Psychology I Structure and content of course varies. Lectures/seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with a minimum 13.5 credits until the date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Note: a description of upcoming course offering(s) will be posted by April in the Department and in the Psychology Major's Manual. PSYC 4P81 Special Topics in Applied, Clinical and Health Psychology II Structure and content of course varies. Lectures/seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with a minimum 13.5 credits until the date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1F90. Note: a description of upcoming course offering(s) will be posted by April in the Department and in the Psychology Major's Manual. PSYC 4P82 Special Topics in Cognition I Structure and content of course varies. Lectures/seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with a minimum 13.5 credits until the date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P20 (2F20). Note: a description of upcoming course offering(s) will be posted by April in the Department and in the Psychology Major's Manual. PSYC 4P83 Special Topics in Cognition II Structure and content of course varies. Lectures/seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with a minimum 13.5 credits until the date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P20 (2F20). Note: a description of upcoming course offering(s) will be posted by April in the Department and in the Psychology Major's Manual. *PSYC 4P84 Special Topics in Neuropsychology, Physiological and Comparative Psychology I (also offered as NEUR 4P84) Structure and content of course varies. Lectures/seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) and NEUR majors with a minimum 13.5 credits until the date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P36 (2F36) or permission of the instructor. Note: a description of upcoming course offering(s) will be posted by April in the Department and in the Psychology Major's Manual. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC (NEUR) 4V86-4V89. *PSYC 4P85 Special Topics in Neuropsychology, Physiological and Comparative Psychology II (also offered as NEUR 4P85) Structure and content of course varies. Lectures/seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) and NEUR majors with a minimum 13.5 credits until the date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P36 (2F36) or permission of the instructor. Note: a description of upcoming course offering(s) will be posted by April in the Department and in the Psychology Major's Manual. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit in PSYC (NEUR) 4V86-4V89. PSYC 4P86 Special Topics in Development I Structure and content of course varies. Lectures/seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with a minimum 13.5 credits until the date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P12 (2F12). Note: a description of upcoming course offering(s) will be posted by April in the Department and in the Psychology Major's Manual. PSYC 4P87 Special Topics in Development II Structure and content of course varies. Lectures/seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with a minimum 13.5 credits until the date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P12 (2F12). Note: a description of upcoming course offering(s) will be posted by April in the Department and in the Psychology Major's Manual. PSYC 4P88 Special Topics in Personality and Social Psychology I Structure and content of course varies. Lectures/seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with a minimum 13.5 credits until the date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): one of PSYC 2P24, 2P25 (2F25), 2P30 (2F30). Note: a description of upcoming course offering(s) will be posted by April in the Department and in the Psychology Major's Manual. PSYC 4P89 Special Topics in Personality and Social Psychology II Structure and content of course varies. Lectures/seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with a minimum 13.5 credits until the date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P24 (2F25) or 2P30 (2F30). Note: a description of upcoming course offering(s) will be posted by April in the Department and in the Psychology Major's Manual. PSYC 4P90 Special Topics in Methodology Structure and content of course varies. Lectures/seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with a minimum 13.5 credits until the date specified in Registration guide. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 3F40 or 3P30. Note: a description of upcoming course offering(s) will be posted by April in the Department and in the Psychology Major's Manual. PSYC 4P92 History of Psychology Historical development of the multiple orientations within psychology. Topics include philosophical and scientific influences within psychology. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with a minimum 75 percent major average and a minimum of 13.5 credits or permission of the instructor. Prerequisite(s): one of PSYC 3F40, 3P30, PSYC 3P41 and 3P42. PSYC 4P93 Honours Thesis Seminar Discussion of Undergraduate thesis research and preparation, including examination of various topics in Psychology. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with approval to year 4 (honours), a minimum 80 percent major average and permission of the Department. Corequisite(s): PSYC 4F90 or 4F91. PSYC 4P95 Literature Research Scientific literature relevant to the topic of the empirical thesis. Restriction: open to PSYC (single or combined) majors with approval to year 4 (honours), a minimum 80 percent major average and permission of the Department. Corequisite(s): PSYC 4F91.

CO-OP COURSES

PSYC 0N01 Work Placement I First co-op work placement (4 months) with an approved employer. Restriction: open to PSYC Co-op students. PSYC 0N02 Work Placement II Second co-op work placement (4 months) with an approved employer. Restriction: open to PSYC Co-op students. PSYC 0N03 Work Placement III Third co-op work placement (4 months) with an approved employer. Restriction: open to PSYC Co-op students. PSYC 0N04 Work Placement IV Optional co-op work placement (4 months) with an approved employer. Restriction: open to PSYC Co-op students. PSYC 0N05 Work Placement V Optional co-op work placement (4 months) with an approved employer. Restriction: open to PSYC Co-op students. PSYC 0N90 Co-op Training and Development Framework for the development of learning objectives by students for individual work terms. Includes orientation to the Co-op experience, goal setting, résumé preparation and interview skills preparation. Lectures, presentation, site visits, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to PSYC Co-op students. PSYC 2C01 Co-op Reflective Learning and Integration I Provide student with the opportunity to apply what they've learned in their academic studies through career-oriented work experiences at employer sites. Restriction: open to PSYC Co-op students. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 0N90. Corequisite(s): PSYC 0N01. Note: students will be required to prepare learning objectives, participate in a site visit, write a work term report and receive a successful work term performance evaluation. PSYC 2C02 Co-op Reflective and Integration II Provide student with the opportunity to apply what they've learned in their academic studies through career-oriented work experiences at employer sites. Restriction: open to PSYC Co-op students. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 0N90. Corequisite(s): PSYC 0N02. Note: students will be required to prepare learning objectives, participate in a site visit, write a work term report and receive a successful work term performance evaluation. PSYC 2C03 Co-op Reflective Learning and Integration III Provide student with the opportunity to apply what they've learned in their academic studies through career-oriented work experiences at employer sites. Restriction: open to PSYC Co-op students. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 0N90. Corequisite(s): PSYC 0N03. Note: students will be required to prepare learning objectives, participate in a site visit, write a work term report and receive a successful work term performance evaluation. PSYC 2C04 Co-op Reflective Learning and Integration IV Provide student with the opportunity to apply what they've learned in their academic studies through career-oriented work experiences at employer sites. Restriction: open to PSYC Co-op students. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 0N90. Corequisite(s): PSYC 0N04. Note: students will be required to prepare learning objectives, participate in a site visit, write a work term report and receive a successful work term performance evaluation. PSYC 2C05 Co-op Reflective Learning and Integration V Provide student with the opportunity to apply what they've learned in their academics studies through career-oriented work experiences at employer sites. Restriction: open to PSYC Co-op students. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 0N90. Corequisite(s): PSYC 0N05. Note: students will be required to prepare learning objectives, participate in a site visit, write a work term report and receive a successful work term performance evaluation.
 
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