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Course offerings

The following courses are currently offered. We add new courses regularly.

  • PSY 200A: Professional Seminar for First-Year Graduate Students I
  • PSY 200B: Professional Seminar for First-Year Graduate Students II
  • PSY 202A: Advanced Psychological Statistics I
  • PSY 202B: Advanced Psychological Statistics II
  • PSY 202C: Multivariate Analysis
  • PSY 203: Multilevel Modeling
  • PSY 204: Research Design and Methodology
  • PSY 205: Measurement Theory and Psychometrics
  • PSY 206: Quantitative Methods for Reviewing Research
  • PSY 207: Structural Equation Modeling
  • PSY 208A: Methods for Program Evaluation
  • PSY 208B: Theory of Program Evaluation
  • PSY 209: Longitudinal Data Analysis and Bayesian Extensions
  • PSY 210: Item Response Theory
  • PSY 211: Computer Programming for Social Sciences
  • PSY 212: Special Problems in Psychological Statistics
  • PSY 213: Mathematical Toolbox for Quantitative Psychologists
  • PSY 214: History of Psychology
  • PSY 220: Health Psychology
  • PSY 221: Issues in Health Psychology
  • PSY 222: Introduction to Psychoneuroimmunology
  • PSY 224: Health Disparities
  • PSY 225: Health Risk Decision Making
  • PSY 230: Developmental Psychology I
  • PSY 231: Developmental Psychology II
  • PSY 234: The Nativism Empiricism Debate
  • PSY 235: Language Acquisition
  • PSY 236: Cognitive Development
  • PSY 237: Conceptual Development
  • PSY 238: The Development of Social Mind
  • PSY 239: Cognitive Development and Education
  • PSY 243: Interdisciplinary Computational Graduate Education
  • PSY 250: Social Psychology
  • PSY 251: The Psychology of Prejudice and Stereotyping
  • PSY 263: Language and Communication in Everyday Life
  • PSY 264: Language, Mind and Brain
  • PSY 280: Human Behavioral Genetics
  • PSY 284: Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
  • PSY 290: Emotion
  • PSY 290: Development in the Family Context