Course Descriptions

Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Sciences

PSYO: Psychology

PSYO 111 (3) Introduction to Psychology: Basic Processes
Survey of topics in psychology which relate to basic processes. Methods and statistics, the nervous system and physiological processes, sensation and perception, learning, cognition and memory. [3-0-0]
PSYO 121 (3) Introduction to Psychology: Personal Functioning
Survey of topics in psychology which relate to personal functioning. Methods and statistics, motivation and emotion, life span development, social processes, personality, abnormal behaviour, and psychotherapy. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: PSYO 111.
PSYO 219 (3) Introduction to Cognition
A brief introduction to how the mind works from a cognitive perspective. Topics will be drawn from memory, decision making, reasoning, attention, object perception, and speech and language. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: All of PSYO 111, PSYO 121.
PSYO 220 (3) Lifespan Development
Introduction to the field of lifespan developmental psychology. Examination of the physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development of the individual from conception through later adulthood. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: All of PSYO 111, PSYO 121.
PSYO 230 (3) Biopsychology of Behaviour
Topics will include structure and function of the nervous system, research methods, and their application to a selection of the following topics: human brain damage and recovery, stress, selected psychological and neurological disorders, sleep, memory, and vision. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: All of PSYO 111, PSYO 121.
PSYO 241 (3) Personality
Focuses on a variety of personality theories including psychoanalytic, behaviouristic, cognitive, humanistic, and trait perspectives. Methods of research and critical analysis of theoretical foundations and research. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: All of PSYO 111, PSYO 121.
PSYO 252 (3) Introduction to Social Psychology
Introduction to social psychology. Attitudes, opinions and beliefs, persuasion, mass communication, group processes, prejudice, interpersonal attraction, conformity, aggression, and conflict. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: All of PSYO 111, PSYO 121.
PSYO 270 (3) Introduction to Research Methods and Design
Introduction to the procedures and difficulties in the design and critical evaluation of research in experimental psychology. Various research designs and basic statistics. A required course for students majoring in Psychology. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: All of PSYO 111, PSYO 121.
PSYO 271 (3) Introduction to Data Analysis
Introduction to behavioural data analysis focusing on the use of inferential statistics in psychology and the conceptual interpretation of data as related to basic experimental designs (laboratory, field research methods). A required course for students majoring in Psychology. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: PSYO 270. STAT 121 is recommended.
PSYO 310 (3) Learning
A critical survey of the basic experimental findings and theory of the learning process with emphasis on the theoretical formulation of the necessary conditions for learning, retention, and transfer of training. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 311 (3) Memory
An examination of memory systems and how they work. Topics will focus on how we input, store, and retrieve memories; the systems that process these memories; and the disruptions of memory in amnesia, false memory, and eyewitness testimony. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 312 (3) Cognitive Processes
An examination of how we perceive and think. Topics will focus on how we recognize objects, the limits of our attention, how we process language, whether language is unique to the human condition, and how we solve problems and make decisions. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 313 (3) Perception
Examines how we see, hear, smell, taste, and feel. The focus is on how physical stimuli, such as light and sound, are transformed into signals that our brain can understand and use to create our rich experience of the world. Credit will be granted for only one of PSYO 313 or PSYO 314. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of PSYO 219, PSYO 230 and one of PSYO 220, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299.
PSYO 314 (3) Non-Visual Perception
Although vision is our primary source of information, we have several other well-developed perceptual systems. This course examines the research behind our understanding of the processing that allow us to hear, feel, touch, smell, and taste. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 315 (3) Psychology of Touch I
Focuses primarily on the sensory aspect of touch. Topics include: tactual perception in historical perspective, sensory and physiological bases of touch, the psychophysics of touch, thermal sensibility, pain responsiveness, and the introduction of the haptic system and its components. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 316 (3) Psychology of Touch II
Focuses on the perceptual aspects of touch. Perception of texture and layout, development of haptic perception, intermodality relations between vision and touch, Braille, and tactile pictures. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: PSYO 315.
PSYO 317 (3) Psychology of Creativity
Experimental and theoretical approaches used by psychologists to investigate the interplay of internal and external factors involved in the creative process. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 321 (3) Child Development
Survey of developmental psychology, focusing on the childhood segment of the lifespan. Examines the physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development of children from conception through the school years. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) PSYO 220 and one of PSYO 219, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299; or (b) all of PSYO 270, PSYO 271.
PSYO 322 (3) Adolescent Development
Survey of developmental psychology, focusing on the adolescent segment of the lifespan. It examines physical, cognitive, personality, and social aspects of adolescent development. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) PSYO 220 and one of PSYO 219, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299; or (b) all of PSYO 270, PSYO 271.
PSYO 323 (3) Adult Development and Aging
Survey of developmental psychology, focusing on the adult segment of the lifespan. Examines the physical, cognitive, personality, and social aspects of adult development. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) PSYO 220 and one of PSYO 219, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299; or (b) all of PSYO 270, PSYO 271.
PSYO 331 (3) Brain and Behaviour
Research methods and findings in neuroscience related to a selection of the following topics: emotions, eating and drinking, development, movement, language, lateralization, audition, touch, pain, learning, and selected psychological and neurological disorders. Credit will be granted for only one of PSYO 331 or PSYO 332. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: PSYO 230.
PSYO 333 (3) Neuroscience of Perception
Modern techniques provide real-time measures of how the brain thinks and functions. These measures foster new insights into how perception and attention occur in the brain. Topics will include an examination of how brain injury impacts how we see and hear, as well as a consideration of specific phenomena such as subliminal perception and facial recognition. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 334 (3) Neuroscience of Cognition
Modern imaging techniques provide new insights into where and how thinking occurs in the brain. This course examines how these techniques have led to a new understanding of topics in cognition such as memory, language, decision making, evolution, and cerebral lateralization. Discussion will include a consideration of specific phenomena such as false memories and reading impairment. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 335 (3) Drugs and Behaviour
Surveys topics related to the effects of drugs on behaviour. Cellular mechanisms of action, drug absorption, tolerance, addiction, withdrawal, and placebo effects. Classes of drugs studied will include alcohol, tranquilizers, nicotine, stimulants, opiates, marijuana, hallucinogens, antidepressants, and antipsychotics. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 343 (3) Psychopathology I
Detailed introduction to general principles underlying scientific study of mental health and psychopathology. Critical theoretical and methodological issues related to the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of psychological disorders. Psychological disorders used to illustrate general issues and principles discussed. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 344 (3) Psychopathology II
General issues concerning mental health and mental disorders. Contemporary issues pertaining to specific aspects of some psychological disorders. Ethical issues pertinent to clinical psychopathology. Lectures emphasize a multi-disciplinary perspective. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: PSYO 343.
PSYO 346 (3) Abnormal Child Psychology
Introduction to the theories, causes, and treatments for major forms of abnormal psychological development in childhood and adolescence including behaviour disorders, emotional disorders, developmental and learning problems, and problems related to physical and mental health [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 348 (3) Health Psychology
Critical survey of research and theory on relation between psychological factors (behaviour, emotion, cognition, personality, and interpersonal relationships) and health. Health-related behaviours: smoking and drug use, effect of stressful events on health, methods for coping with stress, impact of chronic illness on family, and social support systems. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 349 (3) Positive Psychology
The psychology of happiness and well-being. Current research designs, techniques, empirical findings, and theories in positive psychology. Practical experience with some of the interventions and strategies used in positive psychology. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 353 (3) Psychological Aspects of Human Sexuality I
Academic overview of human sexuality from a biological, psychological, and behavioural perspective. Examination of the difficulties of research in the area of human sexuality, biological foundations of sexuality, human reproduction, birth control, and psychosexual development. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: All of PSYO 111, PSYO 121 and third-year standing.
PSYO 354 (3) Psychological Aspects of Human Sexuality II
Academic overview of human sexuality from a biological, psychosocial, and behavioural perspective. Sexual behaviour, sexual complications and their treatment, attraction and love, sexual orientation, and problematic sexual behaviour. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: PSYO 353.
PSYO 355 (3) Forensic Psychology I
The implications of theory and research in psychology for the criminal justice system. Topics include the definition and measurement of crime with a review of psychological and biosocial factors associated with selected criminal behaviour. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 356 (3) Forensic Psychology II
Implications of theory and research in psychology for the criminal justice system. Role played by psychologists in the criminal justice system, assessment and treatment of offenders, victims, and survivors. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: PSYO 355.
PSYO 357 (3) Community Psychology
Introduction to the historical, theoretical, and empirical underpinnings of community psychology. Examines the application of psychological principles to social issues that affect communities. Special emphasis on community mental health, prevention of illness and promotion of wellness, and the community practitioner as an agent of social change. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 361 (3) Mental Health and Pop Culture
Pop culture informs (and misinforms) us about mental health/illness. Representations of mental health/disorders in a variety of popular culture media and industries, and associated implications, will be critically examined. Use of these media to provoke social and personal change will be explored. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: All of PSYO 111, PSYO 121 and third-year standing.
PSYO 372 (3) Research Methods and Statistics
Examination of sophisticated research designs and associated statistical methods. Direct research experience involving design, collection, and analysis of data in a formal research report; familiarity with use of computer programs to analyze research results. [3-3-0]
Prerequisite: A score of 80% or higher in PSYO 270 and a score of 80% or higher in PSYO 271 and permission of the unit head.
Corequisite: Enrolment in a three-hour laboratory section is required.
PSYO 373 (3) Advanced Research Methods and Statistics
Addresses selected issues on the validity and quality of research, complex research designs, and associated statistical analyses. Students will gain additional experience in the use of standard statistical computer programs. [3-3-0]
Prerequisite: A score of 76% or higher in PSYO 372 and permission of the unit head.
Corequisite: Enrolment in a three-hour laboratory section is required.
PSYO 380 (1-9) d Special Topics in Psychology
Intensive examination of selected topics and issues in psychology. This course will not be offered each semester; check list of current offerings. May be repeated on a different topic for a maximum of 9 credits during complete program of study. [1-9 hours/week lecture]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 381 (3/6) d Directed Studies in Psychology
Directed investigation of a research problem requiring a written report of findings. [0-0-3]
Prerequisite: Third-year standing and permission of a faculty member prepared to supervise the investigation.
PSYO 410 (3/9) d Advanced Topics in Cognitive Psychology
Intensive examination of selected advanced topics and issues in the areas of cognitive psychology. [0-3-0]
Prerequisite: One of PSYO 311, PSYO 312, PSYO 313, PSYO 314, PSYO 333 and fourth-year standing.
PSYO 435 (3) Substance Use and Abuse
Behavioural and cognitive processes that contribute to the initiation, escalation, and cessation of drug-taking behaviour; the development and prevention of problems associated with drug use. [2-0-1]
Prerequisite: PSYO 335 and third-year standing in Psychology.
PSYO 441 (3) Introduction to Clinical Psychology
Professional aspects of the field, including training models, codes of conduct, and regulatory aspects of the profession. The typical functions of clinical psychologists, including psychological assessment and therapy. The practice of clinical psychology using a variety of distinct theoretical approaches. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of PSYO 343, PSYO 344, PSYO 346, PSYO 348 and third-year standing.
PSYO 442 (3) Interpersonal Behaviour and Psychopathology
Interpersonal aspects of psychopathology including interpersonal theory, attachment, self-fulfilling prophecies, depression, social anxiety, schizophrenia, eating disorders, conduct disorders, group psychotherapy, conflict, and client-therapist relationships. [0-0-3]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology. Third-year standing.
PSYO 443 (3) Psychometrics and Test Evaluation
Theory and methodological principles underlying psychological tests and assessment. Fundamentals of test reliability, validity, development, and test evaluation. Use of computer programs to evaluate the psychometric properties of psychological tests. Credit will be granted for only one of PSYO 443 or PSYO 345. [2-2-0]
Prerequisite: PSYO 271 and third-year standing.
PSYO 444 (3) Psychological Tests and Administration
Theoretical and applied issues concerning selection, administration, scoring, and interpretation of tests; ethical, social, and cultural considerations related to psychological testing and assessment. Fundamentals of administering and scoring diverse, standardized psychological tests. [2-2-0]
Prerequisite: One of PSYO 345, PSYO 443.
PSYO 451 (3) Intergroup Relations and Innovation
An in-depth exposure to the major theoretical and methodological issues within the domain of intergroup relations. [3-0-0] or [0-0-3]
Prerequisite: Third-year standing.
PSYO 452 (1.5) Forensic Specialization Practicum I
An opportunity to learn about forensic issues in real-life situations. Students in the Specialization in Forensic Psychology program complete two practica (each a minimum of 160 hours) typically with one over the summer and one during the final academic year. Restricted to students in the B.A. or B.Sc. Psychology Honours Programs with a Specialization in Forensic Psychology. Pass/Fail.
PSYO 453 (1.5) Forensic Specialization Practicum II
Continuation of PSYO 452. Restricted to students in the B.A. or B.Sc. Psychology Honours Programs with a Specialization in Forensic Psychology. Pass/Fail.
Prerequisite: PSYO 452.
PSYO 457 (3) Applied Social Psychology in the Workplace
Theories and concepts of social psychology applied to working in the organizational context with an emphasis on human service delivery systems (health, mental health, education, justice, social services, and others). [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: PSYO 252 and third-year standing.
PSYO 460 (3) History and Theories of Psychology
Emergence of modern psychology as a separate, independent discipline and its continuity of development in terms of people, ideas, and major schools of thought. Schools of thought and pivotal figures will be placed in their social and institutional contexts. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology. Fourth-year standing.
PSYO 462 (3) Evolutionary Psychology of Aggression and the Blind Movement
Compares and contrasts ecological, evolutionary, and social aspects of the maintenance and control of violence in chimpanzees, bonobos, and humans. With this background, psychological aspects of adaptation to conflict are considered, with a focus on the Blind Movement. Credit will be granted for only one of PSYO 462 or PSYO 380 when on the same topic. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Two of PSYO 219, PSYO 220, PSYO 230, PSYO 241, PSYO 252, PSYO 270, PSYO 271, PSYO 298, PSYO 299 or 6 credits of 200-level Psychology.
PSYO 474 (3) Program Evaluation
Practical course guiding students in the application of research methods to planning and carrying out program evaluations. An advanced course, in which students will critique existing evaluations and develop their own evaluation designs. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: All of PSYO 270, PSYO 271 or equivalent.
PSYO 480 (1-9) d Advanced Special Topics in Psychology
Intensive examination of selected advanced topics and issues in psychology. May be repeated on a different topic for a maximum of 9 credits during complete program of study. [1-9 hours/week lecture]
Prerequisite: Third-year standing and permission of the Unit Head.
PSYO 481 (3/6) d Directed Studies
Directed investigation of a research problem in psychology requiring a written report of findings.
Prerequisite: PSYO 271. Fourth-year standing and permission of a faculty member prepared to supervise the investigation also required.
PSYO 490 (3/6) d Undergraduate Honours Thesis
Two terms. A research problem in psychology under the supervision of a Psychology faculty member. Students engage in research requiring a written report with a public presentation of the findings. Students are required to participate in regularly scheduled colloquia and seminars. 6 credits required for Honours program.
Prerequisite: PSYO 372. Permission of the unit head and a minimum grade average of 76% in all attempted Psychology courses also required.
PSYO 506 (3) Contemporary Theories of Psychology
Major theories that comprise core areas of contemporary psychology. Historical perspectives of schools of thought, social and institutional contexts, and evolution of the discipline. [3-0-0]
PSYO 507 (6) Advanced Statistics and Research Methods
A survey of advanced topics in statistics and research methodology, including: philosophy of science, research designs, psychological measurement, statistical reasoning, meta-analysis, regression, multivariate analysis of variance, factor analysis, structural equation modeling, multilevel modeling, multiway frequency analysis, and the analysis of change. [3-0-0][3-0-0]
PSYO 508 (1-9) d Advanced Topics
PSYO 509 (3-12) d Directed Studies in Psychology
Allows investigation of a specific topic as agreed upon by the faculty member and the student.
Prerequisite: Permission of the Psychology Graduate Coordinator and the course instructor.
PSYO 510 (3) Psychopathology I - Descriptive Psychopathology
Basic knowledge of the phenomenology of behavioural disorders in adults and children. [3-0-0]
PSYO 511 (3) Psychopathology II - Theoretical Foundations
An advanced overview of psychopathology from an historical and current scientific perspective. [3-0-0]
PSYO 512 (3) Ethics and Professional Standards in Clinical Psychology
A variety of ethical, professional, and legal conflicts associated with the role of clinical psychologists. Restricted to the Graduate Clinical Psychology Program. [3-0-0]
PSYO 513 (3) Psychometrics: Introduction to Psychological Evaluations
Principles of psychological measurement; assessment issues with culturally diverse populations; use and misuse of testing. [3-0-0]
PSYO 514 (3) Psychological Assessment I
Principles of clinical assessment; test interpretation; interviewing techniques; developmental factors in interpretation; integrative report writing. Restricted to the Graduate Clinical Psychology Program. [3-0-0]
PSYO 515 (3) Psychological Assessment II - Advanced Topics
Advanced topics in psychological assessment. Content will vary depending on the topic selected. Restricted to the Graduate Clinical Psychology Program. [3-0-0]
PSYO 516 (3) Psychological Intervention I - Externalizing Disorders
Empirically supported treatment for externalizing disorders such as substance misuse, self-harm, and violence; alternative clinical approaches. Restricted to the Graduate Clinical Psychology Program. [3-0-0]
PSYO 517 (3) Psychological Intervention II - Affective Disorders
Evidence-based treatment for affective disorders; cognitive-behavioural therapy; anxiety and depression. Restricted to the Graduate Clinical Psychology Program. [3-0-0]
PSYO 520 (3) Health Psychology
Current topics and debates in health psychology; health promotion; psychological aspects of chronic and terminal illness. [3-0-0]
PSYO 521 (3) Psychology of Intergroup Relations: Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination
Theoretical and methodological issues in intergroup relation; stereotypes; prejudice; discrimination. [3-0-0]
PSYO 522 (3) Biological Bases of Behaviour
Basic topics in human neuropsychology; neuroanatomy and neurophysiology; central nervous system damage; psychological dysfunction. [3-0-0]
PSYO 523 (3) Cognitive Basis of Behaviour
Current topics in cognitive psychology as they relate to clinical and health psychology; cognitive disorders; cognitive neuroscience. [3-0-0]
PSYO 524 (1) Clinical Supervision
Restricted to the Graduate Clinical Psychology Program. [0-0-1]
PSYO 525 (1) Internship Preparation
Restricted to the Graduate Clinical Psychology Program. [0-0-1]
PSYO 526 (3) Program Evaluation
Practical course guiding students in the application of research methods to planning and carrying out program evaluations. [0-0-3]
PSYO 530 (1-12) c Clinical Psychology Practicum (Masters)
Focus on clinical skills. Students work under the supervision of a clinical faculty member. Training contracts are established at the start of the term. Restricted to the Graduate Clinical Psychology Program.
PSYO 599 (12) Master's Thesis
Pass/Fail.
PSYO 630 (1-12) c Clinical Psychology Practicum (Doctoral)
Focus on clinical skills. Students work under the supervision of a clinical faculty member. Training contracts are established at the start of the term. Restricted to the Graduate Clinical Psychology Program.
PSYO 699 (0) Doctoral Dissertation
Pass/Fail.
PSYO 730 (6) Clinical Psychological Internship
Pass/Fail

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