Course Offerings

Note that sign-up for laboratory (60s) and seminar (80s) courses for 2013-14 will begin May 1, 2013 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 2013

PSYC 10: Experimental Design, Methodology and Data Analysis Procedures. Hull, 10
PSYC 11: Laboratory in Psychological Science. Duchaine, 2
PSYC 25: Developmental Psychology. Scheiner, 2A
PSYC 53: The Laughing Animal. Adams, 2A
PSYC 54: Issues in Applied Psychology: Forms of Therapy. Hudenko, 10A

Fall Term 2013

PSYC 1: Introductory Psychology. Staff, 10
PSYC 6: Introduction to Neuroscience. Cramer, 2
PSYC 10: Experimental Design, Methodology and Data Analysis Procedures. Pfister, 9L
PSYC 11: Laboratory in Psychological Science. Wheatley, 12
PSYC 24: Abnormal Psychology. Hudenko, 9L
PSYC 40: Introduction to Computational Neuroscience. Granger, 2A
PSYC 44: Psychology and Business.  White, 9L
PSYC 45: Behavioral Neuroscience. Clark, 10A
PSYC 50:1 Issues in Neuroscience: Neuroethology. Kralik, 11
PSYC 50:2 Issues in Neuroscience: Sleep and Sleep Disorders. Sateia, 2A
PSYC 51:1 Face Perception. Gobbini, 11
PSYC 51:2 Mind and Brain. Meng, 10
PSYC 53: Issues in Social Neuroscience. Freeman, 3B
PSYC 65: Systems Neuroscience with Laboratory. Maue, 10
PSYC 65: Systems Neuroscience with Laboratory. Taube, 10
PSYC 83: Affective Neuroscience. Whalen, 2A
PSYC 85: Top Down Processing and Brain Plasticity. Shim, 2A
PSYC 86: Neuroscience Seminar and Annual Meeting. Bucci, 10A
PSYC 88: Independent Research
PSYC 89: Honors Research
PSYC 90: Independent Neuroscience Research
PSYC 91: Honors Neuroscience Research

Winter Term 2014

PSYC 1: Introductory Psychology. Staff, 10
PSYC 6: Introduction to Neuroscience. Bucci, 2
PSYC 23: Social Psychology. Hull, 11
PSYC 26: Physiological Psychology. Cramer , 12
PSYC 27: Cognitive Neuroscience. Meng, 2
PSYC 43: Issues in Social Psychology: Emotion. Whalen, 2A
PSYC 45: Behavioral Neuroscience. Clark, 10A
PSYC 50:1 Issues in Neuroscience: Neuroscience of Mental Illness. Funnell, 12
PSYC 50:2 Issue in Neuroscience: Decision making: linking behavior to brain. Soltani, 10
PSYC 51: Issues in Information Processing: The Neuroscience of the mind - body problem: neural bases of consciousness, free will and mental causation. Tse, 2A
PSYC 54: Issues in Applied Psychology: Health Psychology. Detzer, 3A
PSYC 59: An Introduc tion of Psychological Assessment. Scheiner, 9L
PSYC 60: Principles of Human Brain Mapping with fMRI. Shim , 2A
PSYC 80: Neuroscience of Reward. Smith, 10A
PSYC 83:1 Non-Verbal Aspects of Social Interaction. Kleck , 2A
PSYC 83:2 Person Perception. Freeman, 3B
PSYC 86: Higher Level Cognition. Kralik, 2A
PSYC 88: Independent Research
PSYC 89: Honors Research
PSYC 90: Independent Neuroscience Research
PSYC 91: Honors Neuroscience Research

Spring Term 2014

PSYC 1: Introductory Psychology. Staff, 10
PSYC 10: Experimental Design, Methodology and Data Analysis Procedures. Pfister, 9L
PSYC 11: Laboratory in Psychological Science. Freeman, 12
PSYC 21: Perception. Tse, 11
PSYC 22: Learning. Bucci, 2
PSYC 28: Cognition, Susilo, 2
PSYC 46: Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience. Maue, 11
PSYC 50: Issues Neuroscience: Neuroscience of Motivation. Smith, 10
PSYC 51: Issues in Information Processing: Attention. Shim , 2
PSYC 52:1 Issues in Learning and Development: Developmental Psychopathology. Scheiner, 9L
PSYC 52:2 Issues in Learning and Development: Evolutionary Psychology. Kralik, 12
PSYC 53:1 Adolescent Risk Behaviors. Sargent, 10A
PSYC 53:2 Issues in Social Psychology: Social Perception. Duchaine, 2
PSYC 63: Experimental Study of Social Behavior. Heatherton, 11
PSYC 65: Systems Neuroscience with Laboratory. Taube, 10
PSYC 80: Neuroeconomics. Soltani, 10A
PSYC 83: Psychology and Law. Elliott, 2A
PSYC 85: Cognitive Neuroscience Seminar: Development, Learning and Disorders. Meng, 10A
PSYC 88: Independent Research
PSYC 89: Honors Research
PSYC 90: Independent Neuroscience Research
PSYC 91: Honors Neuroscience Research