PSY 300: Cognitive Neuroscience: A Guide to Mind and Brain
In this course, students learn the core principles of cognitive neuroscience and cognitive psychology. Specifically, students learn how the brain of different animals is specialized to fit with the demands of their lifestyle. Students will also have an opportunity to peek inside the laboratories of world-class scientists who do brain-related research at the University of Arizona and to learn about the cutting-edge findings coming from faculty within the Psychology department.
PSY 360: Social Psychology
Social Psychology offers a broad introduction to the major theories and research findings in the field. Specific topics covered in the class include: the self, social cognition, attitudes, interpersonal relations, group processes, prejudice, and aggression.
PSY 383: Health Psychology
Increasingly, scientists and researchers have been learning about the relationship between physical health and psychological processes. In this course, students learn about common stress-induced illnesses and ways to combat illness using research-backed psychological coping techniques.