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Fall Term

Psychology 2203 Foundations of Developmental Psychology

Covers physical, cognitive, language, and social/emotional development from a variety of theoretical perspectives. The interrelatedness of these domains also will be discussed. Several themes which underlie the study of development (e.g., nature/nurture; continuity/discontinuity) will be reviewed and students will explore how these themes permeate developmental research.

Prerequisite: Introductory Psychology (6 ch).

Psychology 3113 Introduction to Statistical Inference in Experimental Psychology

Introduces experimental design and statistical inference in psychological research. Design decision-making and computational procedures up to analysis of variance are presented. Labs involve collection and analysis of psychological data. PSYC 3113 is required of Honours students in Psychology.

Prerequisite: PSYC 2103/PSYC 2123 and PSYC 2113 or PSYC 2103/PSYC 2123 and PSYC 2903.

Winter Term

Psychology 3215 Development of Individuals with Exceptionalities

A discussion of issues that may arise for individuals with various exceptionalities at different points in the lifespan. Topics may include prenatal testing, academic/vocational placement, independent living, and parenting. The causes, characteristics, and challenges of specific cognitive, language, sensory, and physical exceptionalities may be reviewed.

Prerequisites: PSYC 2203. Note: Credit may not be obtained for both PSYC 3215 and PSYC 4215 .

Psychology 6211 Assessment Skills with Children and Adolescents

The goal of this clinical skills course is to provide students with core knowledge and initial skills relevant to the psychological assessment of children and adolescents. Seminar topics include reviews of various assessment procedures and specific instruments used with children and youths (e.g., interviews, intelligence and academic skills tests, behavioural rating scales, self-report measures); and discussion of key issues (e.g., combining data from multiple sources) and ethical and professional situations that may arise during assessments. Students will also have an opportunity to acquire beginning skills in the administration, scoring, and interpretation of instruments often used with children and adolescents (e.g., the WISC, WIAT) and with report writing and providing feedback to clients. Required course.  Prerequisite: none.  Credit: 3.0. Estimated number of practicum hours: 10-15.

2017 - 2018

Fall term
On sabbatical

Winter Term
Psychology 3113 Introduction to Statistical Inference in Experimental Psychology

Psychology 6211 Assessment Skills with Children and Adolescents