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HECOL100 Introduction to Principles and Practice in Human Ecology Course Page

Description: An introductory course that provides a foundation in the body of knowledge that constitutes the field of human ecology. The history, philosophy, theoretical approaches and scope of the field are explored and skills that foster effective professional practice are discussed.

HECOL170 Introduction to Textiles Course Page

Description: An introductory exploration of the origin, creation and use of textiles in our world. Chemical and physical properties of fibres and fabrics are introduced and an understanding of how these properties influence various clothing and textile end uses is developed.

HECOL201 Introduction to Material Culture Course Page

Description: The study of a range of objects and environments (from clothing to buildings) within selected time periods, and the study of particular perspectives through which such items can be interpreted. Students explore and learn about the connections between personal, social, temporal, and cultural contexts and the objects and environments that contribute to these contexts.

HECOL210 Intimate Relationships Course Page

Description: A consideration of the sociological, psychological, and personal factors affecting the development, maintenance and dissolution of intimate relationships today.

HECOL211 Human Sexuality Course Page

Description: An inquiry into the nature of sexual behavior, its personal and cultural sources, and the personal, familial and societal implications.

HECOL212 Later Life Families Course Page

Description: An introduction to generational and other interpersonal relationships of families throughout the later stages of the life course. Offered in alternate years.

HECOL214 SENIORS AND THEIR ENVIRONMENTS Course Page

No description available for this course.

HECOL241 Fashion Industries Course Page

Description: An introduction to the soft goods industry including an overview of the apparel sector, apparel production, channels of distribution, fashion oriented products, global competitive influences, and career opportunities.

HECOL250 Design Studies and Practice Course Page

Description: Explores the production of artifacts as material culture from a human ecology perspective. Artifact production focuses on the design process including visualization, communication, inspiration/influence and interface. Students are introduced to the production of two-and three-dimensional design through historical and contemporary examples. Students also complete hands-on design projects in the studio. Note: Credit will only be given for one of HECOL 150, 250 or 350.

HECOL254 Apparel Design and Construction Fundamentals Course Page

Description: In this studio course students develop fundamental awareness and skills for the textiles and clothing field including machine operation, design and construction terminology, pattern manipulation and fit, and quality construction techniques. Students construct samples and garments with a focus on professional standards in problem solving and production. Prerequisites: One of HECOL 250, 170, or DES 135 or DES 138/139.

HECOL268 Survey of Historic Dress in the Western World Course Page

Description: Introduction to the historical development of dress in the Western World with contemporary applications in design, merchandising, arts performance, education and museums. Resources include the Clothing and Textiles Collection.

HECOL270 Applications of Textile Science Course Page

Description: Advancement of textile concepts introduced in HECOL 170 with an emphasis on textile finishing, colouration, care and maintenance. Techniques for fibre identification and yarn and fabric structural analysis are covered. Prerequisites: HECOL 100 and 170.

HECOL300 Policy Development and Evaluation Course Page

Description: Processes of policy development, implementation and analysis; Canadian policy environments, institutional frameworks and instruments; application to professional practice and to current social and economic issues.

HECOL301 Program Planning and Evaluation Course Page

Description: Theories and processes of program planning, implementation, and evaluation from a human ecological perspective. Prerequisite: successful completion of *60.

HECOL310 Parent-Child Relationships Course Page

Description: An exploration of parent-child relationships, with a concentration from infancy through adolescence. An examination of theoretical and research perspectives of parent-child relationships and the practical application of those perspectives. Prerequisite: (PSYCO 104 and 105) or EDPY 200; PSYCO 104 and 105 are preferred. Offered in alternate years.

HECOL313 Family Dynamics Course Page

Description: An introduction to family dynamics from the perspective of family theory. Changes in family dynamics across the life course will be examined using theoretical concepts, research, and practical application of concepts. Prerequisite: successful completion of *60.

HECOL315 Interviewing and Counseling Course Page

Description: An introduction to interviewing and counseling strategies for working with individuals using a strengths-based, human ecological approach. Prerequisite: successful completion of *30 including HECOL 100.

HECOL321 Introduction to Family Finance Course Page

Description: An introduction to the principles of money management for individuals, households, and families. Students learn basic financial literacy skills and tools required to make key financial decisions by identifying financial goals, assessing current resources, developing and implementing a financial plan and evaluating financial progress. It is also expected that students will be able to apply these tools in their professional work to enhance clients' financial literacy and their ability to resolve financial management challenges. Prerequisite: ECON 101; it is recommended that students have completed both ECON 101 and 102.

HECOL322 Family Economic Issues Course Page

Description: An examination of current issues affecting the economic well-being of Canadian families and of government policies which address those issues. Issues explored include work and family; the economics of childbearing, education, delayed life transitions, and aging; intrafamily allocation of resources; and money and family relationships. Prerequisites: ECON 101; it is recommended that students have completed both ECON 101 and 102.

HECOL333 Cross-Cultural Textiles Course Page

Description: An introduction to the historical and technological development of cross-cultural textiles and survey of common textile-making techniques, designs, and embellishments. Ethnographic textiles are analyzed in the context of socio-cultural, political, economic, environmental, and aesthetical meanings. The course combines lectures, class discussions, videos, and examination of artifacts from the Clothing and Textiles Collection. Prerequisite: *30.

HECOL354 Apparel Design and Product Development I Course Page

Description: Principles of design and merchandising applied to apparel design and portfolio development. A creative problem-solving approach to production of a line of clothing. Prerequisite: HECOL 254. Normally offered in alternate years.

HECOL360 Dress and Culture Course Page

Description: The complex phenomenon of bodily adornment is explored in relationship to values, attitudes, activities, beliefs, and forms of knowledge. Clothing is considered in terms of how it is expressive of various aspects of culture. Students develop analytical skills to help them understand the role played by clothing in different times, places, and contexts. Prerequisite: HECOL 201.

HECOL370 Quality Assurance for Textiles and Apparel Course Page

Description: Exploration of quality assurance of textiles and apparel through materials testing. Performance of textiles relative to product standards and specifications. Prerequisite: HECOL 270.

HECOL408 Intentional Professional Practice Course Page

Description: Preparation for human ecology practicum placement. Effective workplace relationships and issues involved in professional practice are explored within the context of being a practicum student. Reflective practice and career development are key concepts of the course. Taken in the term preceding HECOL 409. Application to Practicum Coordinator required four to eight months prior to start of the course. Prerequisite: Open to human ecology students only; must have completed *90, including HECOL 100, prior to application.

HECOL409 Practicum in Human Ecology Course Page

Description: Supervised field experience. Students are placed in professional settings appropriate to their academic background and career goals. Participation in a weekly online seminar is required. Open to Human Ecology students who have completed *105. Prerequisite: HECOL 408. Application required (see description of HECOL 408). Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.

HECOL412 Family Challenges Course Page

Description: An in-depth exploration of several family challenges (e.g. addiction, homelessness, and childhood and adult abuse). An introduction to specific prevention and intervention approaches related to family challenges. Prerequisite: HECOL 313.

HECOL413 Working With Families Course Page

Description: Assessment and counseling strategies for working with families using a strengths-based, family-centred approach. Prerequisite: HECOL 315 or EDPY 442.

HECOL414 Seniors and Their Environments Course Page

Description: An introduction to the environments in which older people live. The course uses an ecological framework to study the symbolic, physical, interpersonal, community, and political environments of older adults in Canada and other world regions. Prerequisite: successful completion of *60. Offered in alternate years.

HECOL415 FAMILIES AND AGING Course Page

No description available for this course.

HECOL440 Family Policy Issues Course Page

Description: Analysis of current policy issues faced by Canadian families and the examination of policies and programs affecting family well-being and relationships. Prerequisite: HECOL 300.

HECOL441 Textiles and Apparel in the Global Economy Course Page

Description: Production and distribution of textiles and apparel in a global context; issues and policy related to international trade agreements; impact of national and international consumer, labor and environmental standards. Prerequisites: HECOL 241 and 300.

HECOL443 Family Law Course Page

Description: Family law regulates intimate and domestic relationships. Examines from a user's perspective, how statutory and common law affects family relationship issues such as marriageand divorce, child custody and child welfare, adoption, and new reproductive technologies. Prerequisite: HECOL 300. Offered in alternate years.

HECOL454 Apparel Design and Product Development II Course Page

Description: Advanced problems in apparel design and product development. Draping and fabric manipulation techniques are explored. The focus is traditional specialty fabric techniques and experimental production methods. Prerequisite: HECOL 254. Normally offered in alternate years.

HECOL460 Nineteenth, Twentieth, and Twenty-First Century Dress in the Western World Course Page

Description: Advanced study of Western dress from the 19th century to the present. Lectures and labs introduce students to artifactual research and the handling, storage, examination, documentation and exhibition of artifacts. Resources include fashion plates, photographic archives and artifacts from the University of Alberta's Clothing and Textiles Collection. Prerequisite: HECOL 268. Normally offered in alternate years.

HECOL462 Material Culture in Home and Community Course Page

Description: Framed within the context of theories in human ecology, this course investigates material culture ranging from individual artifacts to community, including local and global environments. The roles and effects of material culture on individual, familial and community living are explored through literature, artifacts and life-stories. These issues are examined through a combination of seminars and group work culminating in an exhibit. Prerequisite: HECOL 201. Offered in alternate years.

HECOL464 Fashion and Material Culture: Politics, Economies, Societies, c. 1600-1900 Course Page

Description: Examines the evolution and practice of fashion as a social, economic, political and cultural phenomenon from a cross-cultural perspective. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Normally offered in alternate years.

HECOL465 Material Culture, Methods and Identities Course Page

Description: Explores how to do research into the relationships between people and objects (from clothing to buildings). Students will learn about how to conduct primary research through a range of methods, approaches, and theories associated with material culture studies. Credit will only be given for one of HECOL 465 or 565. Prerequisite: *60.

HECOL469 Material Culture in Practice Course Page

Description: Explores how human ecological and material culture approaches contribute to the analysis of a range of contemporary issues in design practice. Prerequisite: *60

HECOL470 Topics in Advanced Textile and Apparel Science Course Page

Description: Advanced topics in functional textiles and clothing are examined, with an emphasis on current research and relevant theories and mechanisms. Prerequisite: HECOL 370.

HECOL473 Clothing and Materials for Sport and Safety Course Page

Description: A human ecological exploration of the selection, use and performance of clothing and materials used for workplace safety protection and sporting/recreational activities. Prerequisite: HECOL 370. Normally offered in alternate years.

HECOL476 Textile Analysis and Care Course Page

Description: The causes of deterioration and damage in modern and historic textiles are addressed. Macro and microscopic evidence are combined with theories of fibre degradation and textile soiling to identify the causes of material wear, discoloration and failure during normal use, care and storage. Theory related to the cleaning of textiles will include detergency, bleaching, dry-cleaning and specialized procedures for historical textiles. Prerequisites: HECOL 270. Normally offered in alternate years.

HECOL490 Independent Investigation in Human Ecology Course Page

Description: Independent project or study of a topic in human ecology planned by the student with an instructor. Open to human ecology students only. Prerequisite: successful completion of *75, application to Department, and consent of Instructor.

HECOL492 Selected Topics in Family Ecology Course Page

Description: Normally offered in Spring or Summer. Can be taken for credit more than once if the topics are different. Prerequisite: successful completion of *60 or consent of Instructor.

HECOL493 Selected Topics in Textiles and Clothing Course Page

Description: Normally offered in Spring or Summer. Can be taken for credit more than once if the topics are different. Prerequisite: successful completion of *60 or consent of Instructor. Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.

HECOL501 Independent Project in Human Ecology Course Page

Description: Independent study of a topic in human ecology planned by the student in consultation with the Instructor. Independent studies may be taken more than once for credit.

HECOL522 Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling Course Page

Description: Provides an introduction to the theory and practice of structural equation modeling with social science data. Practical application in Mplus is emphasized by computing and interpreting statistical models within this framework, including path analysis, confirmatory factor analysis, and structural equation modeling. Prerequisites: Statistics coursework covering regression analysis. Normally offered in alternate years.

HECOL532 Family Health and Wellness; Theoretical and Measurement Issues for Research and Practice Course Page

Description: Critical examination of the conceptualization and measurement of family health and the interrelationships between the health of families and their members. Applications to research and practice in a variety of disciplines including family ecology, nursing, health promotion, occupational therapy, education, and psychology. Not to be taken if credit received in NURS 532.

HECOL550 Selected Topics in Human Ecology Course Page

Description: Topics of current interest. May be taken for credit more than once. Prerequisite: consent of Instructor.

HECOL562 Material Culture in the Home and Community Course Page

Description: Framed within the context of theories in human ecology, this course investigates material culture ranging from individual artifacts to local and global community environments. The roles and effects of material culture on individual, family, and community living are explored through literature, artifacts and life stories. These issues are examined through a combination of seminars and group work culminating in a project. Prerequisite: consent of Supervisor and Department.

HECOL565 Material Culture, Methods, and Identities Course Page

Description: Explores how to do qualitative research into the relationships between people and objects (from clothing to buildings). Students will learn how to conduct primary research through a range of qualitative methods, approaches, and theories associated with material culture studies. Credit will only be given for one of HECOL 465 or 565.

HECOL569 Material Culture in Practice Course Page

Description: Explores how human ecological and material culture approaches contribute to the analysis of a range of contemporary issues in design practice.

HECOL570 Advanced Topics and Theory in Textile and Apparel Science Course Page

Description: Advanced topics in functional textiles and clothing are examined, with an emphasis on current research and relevant theories and mechanisms. Seminars are the same as for HECOL 470, but with additional assignments and evaluation appropriate to graduate studies. Not to be taken if credit received for HECOL 681.

HECOL571 Issues and Trends in Textiles and Clothing Course Page

Description: Content and philosophy of the study of textiles and clothing from a human ecological perspective. Not to be taken if credit received for HECOL 680.

HECOL573 Clothing and Materials for Sport and Safety Course Page

Description: A human ecological exploration of the selection, use and performance of clothing and materials used for workplace safety protection and sporting/recreational activities. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Normally offered in alternate years.

HECOL576 Textile Analysis and Care Course Page

Description: The causes of deterioration and damage in modern and historic textiles are addressed. Macro and microscopic evidence are combined with theories of fibre degradation and textile soiling to identify the causes of material wear, discoloration and failure during normal use, care, and storage. Theory related to the cleaning of textiles will include detergency, bleaching, dry-cleaning and specialized procedures for historical textiles. Lectures and labs are the same as for HECOL 476, but with additional assignments and evaluation appropriate to graduate studies. Prerequisite: consent of the instructor. Normally offered in alternate years.

HECOL601 Ways of Knowing in Human Ecology Course Page

Description: Enquiry into the nature, scope and object of human ecology knowledge; the distinct contributions of various modes of inquiry; and the relationship between ways of knowing and selected issues related to the acquisition of knowledge, such as ethics and research methods.

HECOL604 Fundamentals of Aging Course Page

Description: A critical analysis of the issues and environments that influence the lives of older Canadians. Focus is on theories and knowledge about age-related normative and non-normative changes and their interaction with the physical, social, community and policy environments of older adults.

HECOL610 Review of Issues and Trends in Family Ecology and Practice Course Page

Description: Content and philosophy of the study of the family from a human ecological perspective.

HECOL611 Theory in Family Ecology Course Page

Description: Consideration of family theory as it relates to research and practice. Pre or corequisite: HECOL 610 or consent of Instructor.

HECOL612 Family Challenges Course Page

Description: An in-depth exploration of several family challenges (e.g., addiction and homelessness). An introduction to specific intervention approaches related to family challenges.

HECOL613 Graduate Practicum in Human Ecology Course Page

Description: Selected practicum placements to integrate theory and practice in a variety of agencies. When used as the capping exercise for the course-based Master's program, requirements include a written report and an oral presentation to the Department and/or where appropriate to relevant agency staff. Prerequisites: consent of Supervisor and Department.

HECOL613A Graduate Practicum in Human Ecology Course Page

Description: Selected practicum placements to integrate theory and practice in a variety of agencies. When used as the capping exercise for the course-based Master's program, requirements include a written report and an oral presentation to the Department and/or where appropriate to relevant agency staff. Prerequisites: consent of Supervisor and Department.

HECOL613B Graduate Practicum in Human Ecology Course Page

Description: Selected practicum placements to integrate theory and practice in a variety of agencies. When used as the capping exercise for the course-based Master's program, requirements include a written report and an oral presentation to the Department and/or where appropriate to relevant agency staff. Prerequisites: consent of Supervisor and Department.

HECOL615 Families and Aging Course Page

Description: Current issues in mid- and later-life families including relationships between aging parents and adult children, grandparent relationships, family caregiving.

HECOL617 Intimate Relationships


Psychology

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PSYCO104 Basic Psychological Processes Course Page

Description: Principles and development of perception, motivation, learning, and thinking and their relationship to the psychological functioning of the individual. Fulfillment of the 1/4 laboratory credit typically entails serving as a research participant, but can be fulfilled through the completion of alternative assignments. The course is a prerequisite to all courses in the department and is normally followed by PSYCO 105. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO105 Individual and Social Behavior Course Page

Description: Introduction to the study of human individuality, personality, and social psychological processes. Some aspects of normal and abnormal human development, psychological assessment and treatment may be reviewed. Fulfillment of the ¼ laboratory credit typically entails serving as a research participant but can be fulfilled through the completion of alternative assignments. Prerequisite: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO212 Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology Course Page

Description: Experimental and nonexperimental methods in psychology. Topics covered include philosophy of science, measurement, reliability and validity of methods, measures, and effects; experimental quasi-experimental, and single-subject designs; biases in experimentation; and research ethics. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100, and PSYCO 105, and STAT 141 or 151. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO223 Lifespan Developmental Psychology Course Page

Description: Introduction to biological, cognitive and social aspects of psychological development. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100, and PSYCO 105 or equivalent. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO239 Abnormal Psychology Course Page

Description: Nature and treatment of psychological disorders, such as cross-disciplinary perspectives and an emphasis on improving understanding of psychopathology in everyday life. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100, and PSYCO 105. Not open to students with credit in PSYCO 339. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO241 Social Psychology Course Page

Description: A survey of theories and research on the individual in a social context. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100, and PSYCO 105 or equivalent. Note: PSYCO 241 and SOC 241 may not both be taken for credit. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO258 Cognitive Psychology Course Page

Description: A survey of findings of theoretical issues in the study of cognition, such as perception, attention, knowledge representation, memory, learning, language, reasoning, and problem solving. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100, and STAT 141 or 151 or SCI 151. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO275 Brain and Behavior Course Page

Description: An introduction to brain mechanisms involved in sensation, perception, movement, motivation, learning, and cognition, as studied in both humans and lower animals. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100, and Biology 30 or equivalent. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO282 Behavior Modification Course Page

Description: A study of applications of learning principles and laboratory findings to behavior problems in educational, clinical, and social settings, with emphasis on empirical research demonstrating the effectiveness of behavior modification and cognitive/behavioral techniques. Not open to students with credit in PSYCO 281. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO299 Research Opportunity Program in Psychology Course Page

Description: A credit/no-credit course for supervised participation in a faculty research project. Normally taken after completion of a minimum of *30 but not more than *60. Prerequisites: GPA of 2.5 or higher, PSYCO 104 or SCI 100 and one other PSYCO course; and consent of Department. Specific projects may require additional prerequisites. Project and course information available at ROPP website or Department of Psychology. Prospective enrollees in PSYCO 299 must apply to the Department of Psychology. Note: Application does not guarantee an ROPP position. Credit may be obtained twice. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO300A Honors Seminar I Course Page

Description: A range of conceptual and methodological issues in psychology are considered, and students receive intensive training and practice in both written and oral communications. The seminar meets once a week for the full Fall/Winter period. Restricted to, and required of, third-year students in the Arts Honors Psychology program. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO300B Honors Seminar I Course Page

Description: A range of conceptual and methodological issues in psychology are considered, and students receive intensive training and practice in both written and oral communications. The seminar meets once a week for the full Fall/Winter period. Restricted to, and required of, third-year students in the Arts Honors Psychology program. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO302 Special Topics in Psychological Research Course Page

Description: Review and discussion of special topics or methods in one or more of the areas of contemporary psychology such as experimental, perception, physiological, learning, memory, behavior, quantitative. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100 and PSYCO 105 and one 200-level Psychology course. Students must check with the Department for the topics for the year and any additional prerequisites. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO303 History of Ideas in Psychology Course Page

Description: Psychological ideas from ancient times to the beginning of cognitive science in the mid 20th century. Prerequisite: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100, PSYCO 105; one 200-level PSYCO offered by the Faculty of Arts; one 200-level PSYCO offered by the Faculty of Science. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO304 History of Modern Psychology Course Page

Description: An overview of the scientific discipline of psychology since the mid-20th century. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100 and PSYCO 105; one 200-level PSYCO offered by the Faculty of Arts; one 200-level PSYCO offered by the Faculty of Science. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO305 Special Topics in Psychology I Course Page

Description: Review and discussion of special topics or methods in one or more of the areas of contemporary psychology such as developmental, social, personality, cognitive. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100, and PSYCO 105. Note: Consult with the Department for the specific topic offered each year and any additional prerequisites. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO309A Honors Seminar I Course Page

Description: A range of conceptual and methodological issues in psychology are considered, and students receive intensive training and practice in both written and oral communications. The seminar meets once a week for the full Fall/Winter period. Restricted to, and required of, third-year students in the Science Honors Psychology program. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO309B Honors Seminar I Course Page

Description: A range of conceptual and methodological issues in psychology are considered, and students receive intensive training and practice in both written and oral communications. The seminar meets once a week for the full Fall/Winter period. Restricted to, and required of, third-year students in the Science Honors Psychology program. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO323 Infant and Child Development Course Page

Description: Biological, cognitive and social aspects of psychological development during the period from infancy to childhood. Prerequisite: PSYCO 223. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO325 Applied Research in Developmental Psychology Course Page

Description: Integration of developmental theories and research with an emphasis on practical approaches to support healthy development. Students volunteer with a local agency to work with infants, children, or adolescents. May be offered as a Community-Service Learning course. Prerequisite: PSYCO 223. [Faculty of Arts].

PSYCO327 Adolescent Development Course Page

Description: Biological, cognitive, and social aspects of development that occur during the period from early to late adolescence. Prerequisite: PSYCO 223. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO329 Adult Development and Aging Course Page

Description: Overview of physical, psychological, and sociocultural realities of aging. This course may be offered as a Community Service-Learning course. Prerequisite: PSYCO 223. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO333 Personality Theory Course Page

Description: An in-depth treatment of psychological theories of personality. Prerequisites: PSYCO 223, 239, or 241. Note: Not open to students with credit in PSYCO 233 or PSYCO 305 Topic: Personality. [Faculty of Arts].

PSYCO335 Introduction to Clinical Psychology Course Page

Description: The study of the profession of clinical psychology, including topics such as case studies to examine diagnosis and assessment, judgement and decision making, and psychotherapeutic and community interventions. Prerequisite: PSYCO 239. Not open to students with credit in PSYCO 435. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO341 Cultural Psychology Course Page

Description: An introduction to psychological approaches to the study of culture, including cross-cultural psychology, cultural psychology, indigenous psychologies, and the psychology of ethnicity and intercultural contact. Prerequisites: one of PSYCO 223, 233, or 241. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO342 Social Influence Course Page

Description: Introduction to research on social influence, including theory and empirical research on conformity, compliance, and obedience. Prerequisites: PSYCO 241 or SOC 241. Note: Not open to students with credit in PSYCO 305 Topic: Social Influence. [Faculty of Arts].

PSYCO343 Culture and Cognition Course Page

Description: Introduction to cultural psychology, including theoretical bases of, and empirical studies in cultural psychology, and some critiques towards this field of research. Prerequisite: PSYCO 241 or PSYCO 258. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO344 Intercultural Communication Course Page

Description: Review of theory and research on communication processes in intercultural social interactions. Prerequisites: PSYCO 105. Note: Not open to students with previous credit in PSYCO 405 Topic: Intercultural Communications [Faculty of Arts].

PSYCO347 Interpersonal Relationships Course Page

Description: A general overview of research and theory in the domain of relationships, based on classic and contemporary findings from the social psychological literature. Most of the course content will focus on adult romantic relationships. Prerequisites: PSYCO 241 or SOC 241. Note: Not open to students with credit in HECOL 210 or PSYCO 305 Topic: Interpersonal Relationships. [Faculty of Arts].

PSYCO350 Human Memory Course Page

Description: An introduction to the study of human memory. Topics include verbal learning and interference theory, the short-term/long-term memory distinction, semantic memory, working memory, sensory memory, autobiographical memory, amnesia, and implicit memory. The emphasis will be on developing coherent theoretical accounts of the evidence. Prerequisite: PSYCO 258. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO351 Spatial Cognition Course Page

Description: This course will survey research on how people learn and remember spatial information, and navigate their environments. Topics may include neurology, individual differences, cultural and cross-species comparisons. Prerequisites: One of: PSYCO 258, 267 or 275. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO354 Foundations of Cognitive Science Course Page

Description: An introduction to the theories and research practices of cognitive science by examining contributions of cognitive psychology, artificial intelligence, linguistics, and neuroscience to a variety of research areas. Prerequisites: STAT 141 or 151 or SCI 151 and PSYCO 258. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO356 Research Methods in Cognition Course Page

Description: A detailed examination of some of the common methods used for investigating cognitive processes. Topics include response time methods, priming paradigms, tachistoscopic presentation techniques, reading time measurement, and the use of recognition and recall tests. The focus of the course will be on the application of these methods to current theories and issues in cognitive psychology. Laboratories will provide students with first-hand experience at applying these methods to research problems. Prerequisite: PSYCO 258. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO357 Language Processing Course Page

Description: A survey of theories and research on the production and comprehension of spoken and written language. Topics include speech perception, printed word recognition, sentence production and comprehension, discourse processing, reading, language development, and language pathologies. The focus will be on the processing mechanisms implicated by findings in the area. Prerequisite: PSYCO 258. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO367 Perception Course Page

Description: An introduction to theoretical and experimental issues associated with sensory and perceptual experience. Prerequisites: PSYCO 275 or 258. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO371 The Neurobiology of Learning and Memory Course Page

Description: The aim of this course is to provide students with an introduction to the neural basis of learning and memory. The course begins with a review of the historical background, experimental methods, and principles of neurobiology. Learning and memory are then analyzed at different levels of biological organization, including molecular, cellular, neural circuit, neural system, and behavioral levels. Prerequisite: PSYCO 275. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO372 Behavior in Relation to Genetics Course Page

Description: An examination of the influence of genetic variations on behavioral differences in infra-human and human populations. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100 and PSYCO 105 and STAT 141 or 151 or SCI 151 and BIOL 207. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO375 Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience Course Page

Description: Brain basis of human cognition studied using a diverse range of techniques, with a focus on measures of brain activity such as functional neuroimaging and electrophysiology and on experimental findings in neurologically intact participants. Topics include perception, motor control, attention, memory, language, emotion, and development/aging. Prerequisite: PSYCO 275.

PSYCO377 Human Neuropsychology Course Page

Description: Brain basis of cognition viewed through the lens of patients with brain damage. Topics include mood, motivation, perception, motor control, attention, memory, language, assessment and rehabilitation. Prerequisite: PSYCO 275. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO381 Principles of Learning Course Page

Description: Principles and processes of learning including a consideration of classical conditioning, instrumental learning, and memory. Research involving non-human animals will be emphasized. Prerequisites: STAT 141 or 151 or SCI 151 and PSYCO 281 or 282. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO390A Honors Thesis I: Research Apprenticeship Course Page

Description: Under the direction of a Faculty member, students pursue a topic of interest leading to the development of a thesis proposal and, during their fourth year, the thesis research. The work normally involves both directed readings and empirical research experience. Restricted to, and required of, third-year students in the Honors Psychology program. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO390B Honors Thesis I: Research Apprenticeship Course Page

Description: Under the direction of a Faculty member, students pursue a topic of interest leading to the development of a thesis proposal and, during their fourth year, the thesis research. The work normally involves both directed readings and empirical research experience. Restricted to, and required of, third-year students in the Honors Psychology program. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO391 Evolutionary Theory in Psychology Course Page

Description: An introduction to evolutionary psychology; the course will examine the application of evolutionary theory to the field of psychology. Prerequisites: two 200-level PSYCO courses.

PSYCO396 Individual Research Course Page

Description: A course designed to allow the greater depth than the classroom structure senior undergraduate student the opportunity to pursue a supervised research project in permits. Directed research done under the supervision of an academic member of the Psychology Department. Successful completion of this course requires a formal research proposal or report, lab notes, and/or essay. Normally for students in their third year of study. Cannot be taken more than twice. Prerequisites: a 200-level PSYCO course and consent of the Department. Specific projects may require additional prerequisites. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO398 Individual Study I Course Page

Description: A course designed to allow the senior undergraduate student the opportunity to pursue a supervised research project in greater depth than the classroom structure permits. Directed research done under the supervision of an academic member of the Psychology Department. Successful completion of this course requires a formal research proposal or report, lab notes, and/or essay. Normally for students in their third year of study. Cannot be taken more than twice. Prerequisite: a 200-level PSYCO course and consent of the Department. Specific projects may require additional prerequisites. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO399A Honors Thesis I: Research Apprenticeship Course Page

Description: Under the direction of a Faculty member, students pursue a topic of interest leading to the development of a thesis proposal and, during their fourth year, the thesis research. The work normally involves both directed readings and empirical research experience. Restricted to, and required of, third-year students in the Arts Honors Psychology program. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO399B Honors Thesis I: Research Apprenticeship Course Page

Description: Under the direction of a Faculty member, students pursue a topic of interest leading to the development of a thesis proposal and, during their fourth year, the thesis research. The work normally involves both directed readings and empirical research experience. Restricted to, and required of, third-year students in the Arts Honors Psychology program. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO400A Honors Seminar II Course Page

Description: A continuation of PSYCO 300, with an emphasis on the development of professional skills. Topics include the new information technologies, the publication process, ethical issues, and the application of research findings to real-world problems. The seminar meets once a week for the full Fall/Winter period. Prerequisite: PSYCO 300. Restricted to, and required of, fourth-year students in the Arts Honors Psychology program. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO400B Honors Seminar II Course Page

Description: A continuation of PSYCO 300, with an emphasis on the development of professional skills. Topics include the new information technologies, the publication process, ethical issues, and the application of research findings to real-world problems. The seminar meets once a week for the full Fall/Winter period. Prerequisite: PSYCO 300. Restricted to, and required of, fourth-year students in the Arts Honors Psychology program. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO403 Recent Advances in Experimental Psychology: Models and Theories Course Page

Description: Discussion of advanced concepts and theories developed by selected fields within experimental psychology. The course will examine the relation between theory and data in these fields. Prerequisites: STAT 141 or 151 or SCI 151 and a 300-level PSYCO course. Students must check with the Department for the topics for the year and any additional prerequisites. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO405 Special Topics in Psychology II Course Page

Description: Review and discussion of special theoretical or methodological topics, or a novel or emerging research areas in contemporary psychology. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100, and PSYCO 105, and STAT 141 or 151. Note: Consult with the Department for the specific topic offered each year and any additional prerequisites. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO409A Honors Seminar II Course Page

Description: A continuation of PSYCO 309, with an emphasis on the development of professional skills. Topics include the new information technologies, the publication process, ethical issues, and the application of research findings to real-world problems. The seminar meets once a week for the full Fall/Winter period. Prerequisite: PSYCO 309. Restricted to, and required of, fourth-year students in the Science Honors Psychology program. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO409B Honors Seminar II Course Page

Description: A continuation of PSYCO 309, with an emphasis on the development of professional skills. Topics include the new information technologies, the publication process, ethical issues, and the application of research findings to real-world problems. The seminar meets once a week for the full Fall/Winter period. Prerequisite: PSYCO 309. Restricted to, and required of, fourth-year students in the Science Honors Psychology program. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO410 Science Internship Practicum Course Page

Description: Required by all students who have just completed the on-site portion of the Science Internship Program. The course will involve completion and defence of the practicum report and discussion of related issues. Prerequisites: WKEXP 931, 932, and 933. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO411 Cooperative Program Practicum Course Page

Description: Required by all students who have just completed the on-site portion of the Psychology Cooperative Program. The course will involve completion and defense of the practicum report and discussion of related issues. Prerequisites: WKEXP 961, WKEXP 962, and WKEXP 963. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO413 Design and Analysis of Experiments in Psychology Course Page

Description: Provides the background necessary to design and analyze data in any area of experimental psychology and prepares students to conduct original research. Topics include sampling distributions and hypothesis testing; issues in and analysis of between-subjects, within-subjects, and mixed designs; trend analysis; planned and post hoc comparisons; fixed and random effects factors; and efficiency and power of various experimental designs. Prerequisite: STAT 141 or 151 or SCI 151 and any 300-level PSYCO. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO415 Qualitative Methods in Sociocultural Psychology Course Page

Description: The assumptions that inform the design of qualitative research in sociocultural psychology; the procedures for gathering meaningful information through interviews, conversation, observed interaction, and textual archives; and the analysis of such information. Prerequisites: STAT 141 or 151, and PSYCO 212, and one of PSYCO 223, 233, 241, or 341. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO421 Advanced Topics in Human Development Course Page

Description: An in-depth review and analysis of research in an area of human development. Prerequisites: STAT 141 or 151 or SCI 151, and PSYCO 323 or PSYCO 327 or PSYCO 329. Note: Consult with the Department for the specific topic offered each year and any additional prerequisites. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCO423 Advanced Topics in Developmental Psychology Course Page

Description: An in-depth review and analysis of research in an area of developmental psychology. Prerequisites: STAT 141 or 151, and PSYCO 323 or PSYCO 327 or 329. Note: Consult with the Department for the specific topic offered each year and any additional prerequisites. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO431 Theory and Practice of Psychometrics Course Page

Description: The nature of psychological tests: some practical work in administration, scoring and interpretation of tests. Prerequisites: STAT 141 or 151 and PSYCO 333 or 335. [Faculty of Arts].

PSYCO432 Psychological Studies of Dreaming Course Page

Description: An overview of dream studies, including the psychology of dreaming, dreaming and cognition, personality and dreaming, therapeutic dream use, and dreams in art and culture. Prerequisite: one of PSYCO 223, 233, 241, 333, or 341. [Faculty of Arts]

PSYCO436 Psychology of Self-Estrangement Course Page

Description: Basic description of self-deception and self-estrangement in psychoanalytic and existential humanistic theories. Discussion of basic determinants of self-deception and, alternatively, self-awareness, as well as considerations of the methods of inquiry appropriate to the area. Prerequisite: One of PSYCO 223, 233, 241, 333, or 341. [Faculty of Arts]

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