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Raymond Montemayor, PhD

Psych 350: Contemporary Issues in Developmental Psychology - A survey course acquainting students with issues resulting from the social changes of the past decade and from an increased interest in the life span.

Psych 551: Adolescence - An examination of the biological, psychological, and social aspects of normal adolescent development.

Psych 555: Adolescent Sexuality - An examination of the psychological, biological, and social influences on adolescent sexuality.

Psych 4998: Undergraduate Research in Psychology - Supervised, collaborative research in psychology.

Psych 836: Adolescence - Comprehensive view of adolescence as a stage in human development; theory, methodology, research and application to family, school and community; relation to other developmental stages.

 

Charlie Campbell, MA

Psych 1100: General Psychology - Introductory psychology, a prerequisite to advanced courses; the application of the scientific method to behavior; topics include learning, motivation, perception, personality, physiological basis of behavior.

Psych 389: Career Exploration in Psychology - Designed for psychology majors to explore career paths of interest, as well as facilitate vocational development and acquisition of career search skills.

Psych 489: Internship in Psychology - Provides psychology majors with an opportunity to intern in a professional setting to integrate academic knowledge with experience in the world of work.

Psych 551: Adolescence - An examination of the biological, psychological, and social aspects of normal adolescent development.

Psych 4998: Undergraduate Research in Psychology - Supervised, collaborative research in psychology.

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