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5th November 2014, 09:36 AM
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Re: Kalamazoo College Psychology

As you are asking about Kalamazoo College offers you the Psychology course the other programs which are being offered by Kalamazoo College are as follows

Courses Psychology of Kalamazoo College

PSYC101General Psychology

PSYC205Sports Psychology

PSYC210Developmental Psychology

PSYC211Adolescent Development

PSYC220Drugs, Addiction, and Behavior

PSYC225Consciousness and Dreams

PSYC230Psychology of Prejudice

PSYC/SEMN/ANSO238Culture and Psychology of Arab-Muslim Societies

PSYC240Educational Psychology

PSYC/ANSO250Social Psychology

PSYC/COMP265Cognitive Science

PSYC270Feminist Psychology of Women

PSYC/ANSO/ECON279Organizational Behavior


PSYC285Psychology of Music

PSYC/BIOL290Animal Behavior with Lab

PSYC/WGS295Psychology of Sexuality

PSYC295Health Psychology

PSYC295Psychology of the African American Experience

PSYC310Organizational Behavior

PSYC593Senior Individualized Project

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Kalamazoo College
1200 Academy St, Kalamazoo,
MI, United States ‎
+1 269-337-7000


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20th February 2016, 03:49 PM
Re: Kalamazoo College Psychology

I would like to know the various Psychology courses offered as well as the Senior Individualized Projects offered by the Kalamazoo College?
20th February 2016, 03:50 PM
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Re: Kalamazoo College Psychology

Psychology is the study of human growth and development, of the neural organization of the brain and learning, of cognition (thought) and affect (emotion), of social-cultural influences on thought, behavior, and identity, and of abnormal syndromes, drug treatments, and psychotherapy.

Requirements for a Psychology Major
9 units. Only 1 unit of a psychology SIP may count toward the 9.
Necessary courses: PSYC 101 (General Psychology), PSYC 390 (Experimental Methods) and two 400 level courses.

Required equivalent
MATH 105 (Quantitative Reasoning & Statistical Analysis), MATH 260 (Applied Statistics), or SOAN 212 (Quantitative Analysis & Statistical Reasoning) at C- or better. MATH 260 is strongly suggested for those considering graduate study.

Lower-level Psychology Courses

PSYC 101 General Psychology
PSYC 201 Health Psychology
PSYC 205 Sports Psychology
PSYC 210 Developmental Psychology +
PSYC 220 Drugs, Addiction, and Behavior
PSYC 225 Race/Ethnicity and Class
PSYC 250 Social Psychology +
PSYC 265 Cognitive Science
PSYC 270 Feminist Psychology of Women
PSYC 280 Cognition +
PSYC 285 Psychology of Music
PSYC 290 Ethology with Lab

Upper-level Psychology Courses

PSYC 310 Organizational Behavior
PSYC 330 Psychology of Prejudice
PSYC 340 Cultural Psychology
PSYC 370 Abnormal Psychology +
PSYC 390 Experimental Methods with Lab +
PSYC 410 Theories of Personality +
PSYC 415 Computational Neuroscience
PSYC 420 Learning +
PSYC 425 Physiological Psychology +
PSYC 430 Interviewing and Narrative Analysis
PSYC 440 Clinical Psychology Methods
PSYC 450 Counseling Psychology: Theory & Practice
PSYC 460 Social Development
PSYC 470 History & Systems of Psychology +

Some of the SIP projects included:

• The Effect of Mediation in Treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Children
• Effects of Hippocampal, Amygdala, Superior Sulcul, and Temporal Lobe Volumes on Social Functioning in Children with Velocardiofacial Syndrome
• An Interview Study of Changing Attitudes Toward Domestic Violence in Vietnam
• Altruistic Punishment in Children
• Communicating Consent: An Analysis of College Students’ Folk Psychology of Sex
• Brain Expansion in Early Members of the Homo Genus
• Examining Tonal Stability in Children’s Production of Conventional Songs
• Doctors’ Communication of Trust in Recurrent Cancer
• Discriminative Stimulus Effects and 5-HT(2A) receptors
• Change Management in Sales Organizations
• Pathological vs. Professional Gamblers: Differences in Personality, Beliefs, and Comorbidity
• The Effect of Task on Visual Attention to Faces in Autism
• Caste and Identity Formation of Dalit-s (“Untouchables”) in Southern India
• The Effects of Childhood Abuse on the Development of Postpartum Psychopathology
• The Media’s Influence on Self-Objectification and Perfectionism in Women
• Temporal Dynamics and Neural Basis of Cognitive Control in Associative Learning


Kalamazoo College
1200 Academy Street
Kalamazoo Michigan 49006-3295
Info 269-337-7000
Admission 1-800-253-3602

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