My current courses for the Fall 2017 Semester are listed below:
Introductory Psychology: PSY 101 (Undergraduate): Introductory Psychology is an introduction to the basic concepts, methods, and problems associated with the scientific investigation of human and animal behavior. Although this course is primarily conducted on a lecture basis, students are encouraged to actively participate in classroom discussions and demonstrations as well as to ask questions and make relevant comments throughout the semester.
Ethics in Psychology: PSY 236 (Undergraduate): Ethical issues in clinical psychology will be addressed, including ethical principles, psychological assessment and diagnosis, psychotherapy and clinical judgment, and clinical research. In addition, the relationship of clinical psychology to other disciplines will be discussed.
Research Seminar in Neuropsychology: PSY 492 (Undergraduate): The Research Seminar in Neuropsychology will immerse you in specific areas within the field neuropsychology, the study of human brain-behavior relationships. Emphasis will be placed on traumatic brain injury (TBI), including moderate-to-severe injuries, as well as mild TBI or concussion. The first half of the course will focus on research related to how individuals sustain and recover from TBI. The second half of the course will focus on sports-related concussion in youth, collegiate, and professional athletes, with an emphasis on how athletes sustain concussions, how concussions are assessed, treated, and managed, and how return-to-play decision are made. This course will introduce you to research in the field of neuropsychology through primary source material in the field in the form of book chapters and journal articles, and you will generate a unique research proposal consistent with the field of neuropsychology as well as the guidelines of the American Psychological Association.
: : Not teaching any courses this summer.
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