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Psychology Summer Courses

Classes listed as "online" during Session I or II will meet synchronously online during a portion of their originally scheduled meeting times with additional coursework to be completed asynchronously. Session III online courses are all asynchronous.

PSYC 1100 L21 - Biopsychology

Cancelled.


PSYC 2000 R11 - Statistics with Lab
Session I, May 26 - June 25, 2020
Online: MTW Lecture Th Lab, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

This course covers descriptive statistics and (parametric and nonparametric) inferential statistics. It emphasizes mastery of statistical concepts and utilization of statistical software. Lab fee.

CRN: 11363
Instructor: Kim
4 credits


PSYC 2600 PW1 - Social Psychology
Session III, May 26 - August 4, 2020
Online

An examination of how others shape an individual's behavior. A review of selected topics of interpersonal behavior, including antisocial and prosocial behavior, prejudice, attraction, social influence, attitudes and persuasion, research methods. Fulfills the Social Science requirement in Fordham's core curriculum .

Closed
Instructor: Sose Selimotic
4 credits


PSYC 2900 R21 - Abnormal Psychology
Cancelled


PSYC 3340 L21/URST 3340 L21 - Urban Psychology
Session II, June 30 - August 4, 2020
Lincoln Center: TWTh, 1 - 5 p.m.

How does city life impact our individual personality and behavior? This summer course focuses on the New York City experience, blending the classroom with field trips and exercises, to review behavioral research on diverse topics: "urban personality," stress, well-being, family, friends, strangers, ethnicity, crowding, pace of life, quality of life, and the built environment. PSYC 3340 L21/URST 3340 L21 syllabus.

CRN: 11389/11404
Instructor: Takooshian
4 credits


PSYC 3360 L11 - Sports Psychology
Session I, May 26 - June 25, 2020
Online: MTWTh, 1 - 4 p.m.

This course involves an application of psychological theory and research to athletes and sports at youth, recreational, and elite levels. Special attention is devoted to the connection between sports and spirituality, ethics, character development, and parenting. PSYC 3360 L11 syllabus.

CRN: 11364
Instructor: Wertz
4 credits


PSYC 4900 R11 - Psychology and Human Values
Session I, May 26 - June 25, 2020
Online: MTWTh, 6 - 9 p.m.

This values seminar explores pioneering theories and research in the psychology of values. Topics include human motives/goals; the sense of right and wrong; cognitive, social, cultural, spiritual, and gender aspects of ethical decision making; behavior in morally challenging situations; and virtue in relationships, work, and community. Fulfills the EP4 and Values Seminar requirements in Fordham's core curriculum. PSYC 4900 R11 syllabus.

Closed
Instructor: Wertz
4 credits


PSYC 6050 R21 - Behavioral Medicine
Session II, June 30 - August 4, 2020
Online: TTh, 9 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Graduate course. Teaches students the clinical and research skills required in a medical setting. The overarching goal is for students to gain competency working with patients presenting with a range of medical conditions (as primary or secondary diagnosis).

CRN: 11390
Instructor: Annunziato
3 credits


PSYC 6066 R21 - History and Systems of Psychology
Session II,  June 30 - August 4, 2020
Rose Hill: MW, 1 - 4 p.m.

Graduate course. This course surveys the history of the major systems of psychology from pre-Socratic philosophers to contemporary cognitive science and neuroscience. Key men and women who contributed to the development of theories about and methods used to study personality, emotion, intelligence, cognition, and psychobiology are discussed within their historical, religious, cultural, and political contexts. Graduate students only. PSYC 6066 R21 syllabus.

CRN: 11391
Instructor: Mattson
3 credits


PSYC 6190 L11 - Forensic Assessment with Lab
Session I, May 26 - June 25, 2020
Online: MW, 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.and 12:30 - 2 p.m.

Graduate course. Psychologists who work in legal settings are often confronted with unique questions and diagnostic dilemmas that rarely arise in traditional clinical settings. As a result, a number of specialized assessment techniques have been developed over the past few decades, many of which are designed to address specific psycholegal issues. In this course, students will develop theoretical understanding and practical experience selecting and administering specialized forensic assessment instruments. The course will be roughly equally divided between understanding the theoretical underpinnings and psycholegal utility of forensic assessment instruments as well as practical issues in their administration, scoring, and interpretation. The types of forensic assessment instruments covered include tests of malingering and deception, risk assessment tools and techniques, sex offender and psychopathy assessment, and personality assessment in the context of forensic evaluations. In addition, more specialized instruments, such as those designed to assess competence to stand trial, will be reviewed. Graduate students only.

CRN: 11366
Instructor: Rosenfeld
3 credits


PSYC 6253 R11 - Neuropsychology Assessment with Lab
Session I, May 26 - June 25, 2020
Online: TTh, 12:30 - 3:30 p.m. (lecture) 4 - 5:30 p.m. (lab)

Graduate course. This course will review the practice of neuropsychological assessment and basic concepts related to classes of cognitive functions. We will discuss psychometric principals germane to neuropsychological assessment as well as the use of neuropsychological assessment for clinical practice. Laboratory activities will support the acquisition of knowledge related to the practice of neuropsychological practice, including test selection, administration, scoring, data interpretation, and report writing. PSYC 6253 R11 syllabus.

CRN: 11367
Instructor: Zimmerman
3 credits


PSYC 7990 R11 - The Teaching of Psychology
Session I, May 26 - June 25, 2020
Online: TTh, 9 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Graduate course. The fundamentals of teaching a college course are reviewed, including preparing syllabi, grading, lecturing, and preparing teaching and research statements for job applications, with an emphasis on practical applications. Graduate students only.

CRN: 11368
Instructor: Andover
3 credits