Course Offerings

Note that sign-up for laboratory (60s) and seminar (80s) courses for 2014-15 will begin May 1, 2014 and will be handled via the PBS web page. Instructions on the sign-up procedures will be posted here.

Syllabi

Course syllabi can be found here.  Dartmouth login required.

Summer Term 2014

10.  Experimental Design, Methodology and Data Analysis Procedures. Hull, 10.

11.  Laboratory in Psychological Science. Clark,R., 2.

25.  Developmental Psychology. Scheiner, 2A.

54.  Issues in Applied Psychology:  Forms of Therapy.  Hudenko, 10A

Fall Term 2014

  1. Introductory Psychology. Staff, 10.

  6. Introduction to Neuroscience. Cramer, 2.

10. Experimental Design, Methodology and Data Analysis Procedures. Pfister, 9L.

11. Laboratory in Psychological Science.  Duchaine, 12.

24. Abnormal Psychology.  Hudenko, 9L.

40. Introduction to Computational Neuroscience.  Granger, 2A.

45. Behavioral Neuroscience.  Clark,A., 10A.

50.1 Issues in Neuroscience: Decision Making – Linking Behavior to Brain.  Soltani, 2A.

50.2 Issues in Neuroscience:  Sleep and Sleep Disorders. Sateia, 2A.

51.1 Issues in Information Processing: Face Perception. Gobbini, 11.

51.2 Issues in Information Processing:  History of Psychology.  Hughes, 11.

51.3 Issues in Information Processing: Mind and Brain.  Meng, 10.

53. Issues in Social Psychology:   Psychology of Language.   Connolly, 2.

60. Principles of Human Brain Mapping with fMRI . Kelley, 2A.

65. Systems Neuroscience with Laboratory.  Maue, 10.

65. Systems Neuroscience with Laboratory. Taube, 10.

80. Neuroscience of Reward.  Smith, 2A.

85. Top Down Processing and Brain Plasticity. Shim, 2A.

86. Face Perception.  Gobbini, 10A.

88. Independent Research.

89. Honors Research.

90. Independent Neuroscience Research.

91. Honors Neuroscience Research.

Winter Term 2015

  1. Introductory Psychology. Staff, 10.

  6. Introduction to Neuroscience. Bucci, 2.

23. Social Psychology.  Wheatley, 11. 

27. Cognitive Neuroscience.  Meng, 2.

44. Psychology and Business.  White, 9L.

45. Behavioral Neuroscience. Clark,A. 10A.

50.1 Issues in Neuroscience:  Exotic Sensory Systems.   Hughes, 12.

50.2 Issues in Neuroscience:  Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. Taube, 10A.

52. Issues in Neuroscience:  Motivation, Drugs, and Addiction.  Smith, 10.

54. Issues in Applied Psychology:  Health Psychology.  Detzer, 3A.

59. An Introduction of Psychological Assessment.  Scheiner, 9L.

60. Principles of Human Brain Mapping with fMRI.  Shim, 2A.

80. Neuroeconomics.   Soltani, 10A. 

84. Leadership.  White, 2A.

88. Independent Research.

89. Honors Research.

90. Independent Neuroscience Research.

91. Honors Neuroscience Research.

Spring Term 2015

  1. Introductory Psychology. Staff, 10.

10. Experimental Design, Methodology and Data Analysis Procedures. Pfister, 9L.

11. Laboratory in Psychological Science.  Freeman, 12.

21. Perception. Hughes, 11.

22. Learning.   Bucci, 2.

28. Cognition. Kelley, 2.

46. Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience. Maue, 11.

50.1 Issues in Neuroscience: Neuroscience of Mental Illness.  Funnell, 12.

50.2 Issues in Neuroscience: Rhymthic Brain, van der Meer,  10A.

51. Issues in Information Processing:  Consciousness.  Tse, 2A.

51. Issues in Information Processing:  Attention.    Shim, 2.

52. Issues in Learning and Development: Developmental Psychopathology. Scheiner, 9L.

61. Computational Neuroscience with Laboratory.   Soltani, 10A.

65.1 Systems Neuroscience with Laboratory. Taube, 10.

65.2 Systems Neuroscience with Laboratory.  Smith, 10.

83. The Self.  Heatherton, 2A.

85. Cognitive Neuroscience Seminar:  Development, Learning and Disorders.  Meng, 10A.

87. Nature and Nurture.  Cramer, 12.

88. Independent Research.

89. Honors Research.

90. Independent Neuroscience Research.

91. Honors Neuroscience Research.