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An introductory level class spanning major themes in social psychology.
An introductory level class designed to give students insight into the field of personality through different domains of knowledge.
A midlevel course covering the foundations of research design with an emphasis on encouraging experiential learning.
A comparative review of the field of psychology and engagement with future careers in the field.
An in-depth examination of the basic principles of psychological investigation and statistically based techniques.
A foundations class designed to introduce students to major themes across the areas of psychology.
Social Psychology Lab (one-hour lab courses)
This lab course is designed to introduce students to controlled experiments in social psychology.
Judgment and Decision Making
This course is a graduate class and relies on empirical readings in the area of judgment and decision making.
Psychology of Regret
A special topics class designed to introduce undergraduate and graduate students to theoretical perspectives on the study of regret.
Theoretical Perspectives on Decision-making
A special topics class designed to introduce undergraduate and graduate students to theories in decision-making interlaced with current research.
Graduate Social Psychology
A course designed to introduce students to specific areas in social psychology through the presentation of theoretical ideas and empirical research articles.
Advanced Social & Personality
A senior level class focusing on themes in social psychology with selected readings in current empirical articles.
A review of psychological principles and how they complement learning and educational development.