Prerequisite: PSY 2012. Behaviors to be examined include personality, intelligence, and psychopathology. This course allows students to take an internship experience for course credit. For the Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree, nine additional semester hours in the humanities and history are required above and beyond the requirements for the BS degree. This course focuses on the study of the major psychological issues of adulthood and aging, including age-related changes in psychological, social, and physical functioning; interpersonal and family relationships; career development and retirement; mental and physical health; death and bereavement; and coping with the process of aging. Social Neuroscience: Neurobiology of Social Behavior (3). Prerequisites: PSY 2012. Students are strongly encouraged to consult early and regularly with the Neuroscience Advising Office to be sure they are meeting program requirements and to ask about opportunities for intensive study in a specialty area while pursuing the major, as well as how to better prepare for graduate or professional school, or employment. IDS 2651. Honors thesis work (PSY 4039r). Prerequisite: PSY 2012. A minimum of six of the required semester hours must be completed at Florida State University. Careers in Psychology (1). Advisors are available M-F from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and can be reached at (850) 644-4260 or * Students are encouraged to ask a Psychology advisor about selecting courses to meet these prerequisites. This course is a broad overview covering important psychological principles and findings within major subfields of psychology, and the basic scientific methods employed. Computer Skills Competency:(0 hours beyond major requirements) Note: If EXP 3604C is used to fulfill a Group 3 requirement, it may also be used to fulfill the Group 4 laboratory requirement. For additional information about the psychology programs at the Panama City campus, visit PSY 3810. Students who plan to earn a B. At least eighteen of these thirty-six hours must be taken in residence at FSU. If courses in Groups 3 or 4 are taken beyond the minimum requirements, they may count as electives. Prerequisite: PSY 2012. CBHComparative Psychology and Animal Behavior, PCBProcess Biology (Cell/Molecular/Ecology/Genetics/Physiology). Prerequisites: CLP 4143, PSY 2023, and instructor permission. This course is an examination of the interface between psychology and legal issues. May be repeated to a maximum of six (6) credit hours; repeatable within the same term. This course begins with a brief history of the experimental methods used in neuroscience, then introduces students to the modern approaches used by the FSU Neuroscience faculty in their research/experimental programs. (S/U grade only.) This course provides exposure to state-of-the-art research of psychology faculty to increase breadth in the discipline and to help select a thesis topic and research mentor. Research Methods(4 hours) Prerequisites: PSY 2012 and SOP 3004. (S/U grade only.) Neuroscience is the study of brain and nervous system function. The undergraduate program in psychology offers introductory survey courses to give the liberal studies student a broad background in the study of behavior, as well as upper-division courses for the advanced student who has more specialized interests. This course introduces issues related to human memory and learning. One biology course, with one of the following strongly preferred: BSC 1005, 2010, 2085, 2086, PCB 2099, ZOO X010, or equivalent. EXP 4404 (3) Human Memory and Learning Honors Work (16). Degree. DEP 3103. Prerequisite: PSY 2012. Though students are encouraged to take Directed Individual Study, Research Topics, and Honors Thesis hours, there are limitations on how many of these may apply toward meeting this requirement for the major. A preliminary meeting with the Neuroscience Academic Advisor (, General Education: 36 (encouraged to take PSY 2012 to fulfill Social Science requirement) *, Minor Coursework: 0 (none beyond collateral science coursework, which constitutes a minor), Foreign Language: 012 (depending on placement), Computer Skills: 0 beyond major requirements PSY 3213C. Completion of the three courses listed below (each with a "C" or better). Please review all college-wide degree requirements summarized in the "College of Arts and Sciences" chapter of this General Bulletin. This course provides students with a sound foundation in how sensory systems interpret the world. Prejudice and Stereotyping (3). Classes typically are small and meet once per week for two and a half to three hours. Lecture/Laboratory Combinations(0-4 hours) Science is considered as an enterprise in modern society that produces technological advances and new perspectives on reality. Prerequisite: PSY 2012. This course is a survey of the theory, research, and treatment procedures in the clinical process. Note: While some of these requirements overlap with the state of Florida Common Program Prerequisites (listed above), there are additional requirements for formal admission to the psychology major. (S/U grade only.) This course studies biological and sociocultural determinants of sexual development particularly as it relates to sexual orientation, sexual preference, and purported gender differences in personality, cognition, and mental disorders. Students develop a skill reading the primary scientific literature and refine their critical thinking skills. Take any combination of Psychology electives up to 11 hours: EXP 3202C Sensation and Perception with Lab (4), EXP 3422C Conditioning and Learning with Lab (4), EXP 3604C Cognitive Psychology with Lab (4), PSB 4240 Neurobiology of Brain Dysfunction (3), PSB 4710 Biology of Eating Disorders and Obesity (3), PSB 4731 Biopsychology of Sexual Behavior (3). Computer Skills 0 beyond major requirements Prerequisite: PSY 2012. Psychology of Criminal Behavior (3). Courses taken outside the Department of Psychology will not count toward the Psychology thirty-six-hour requirement. Students learn what career opportunities are available in psychology and related fields and what these careers involve. All may also apply toward Liberal Studies and/or major requirements.

Completion of the following courses with a grade of "C minus" or higher: BSC X010, X010L (3, 1) Biological Science I and Lab, BSC X011, X011L (3, 1) Biological Science II and Lab, CHM X045, X045L (3, 1) General Chemistry I and Lab, CHM X046, X046L (3, 1) General Chemistry II and Lab, STA X0XX (3) Statistics: STA 2122 (3) preferred. Students should identify a psychology faculty mentor for supervision of their honors thesis research before applying to the University Honors in the Major Program. PSY3213c Research Methods in Psychology meets this requirement. Child Psychology (3). The Panama City campus houses the Early Childhood Autism Program, where students are able to learn about autism treatment. Honors Seminar (1). A3900 University Center This course examines behavior principles as they are applied in business, industry, and government. EXP 3422C (4) Conditioning and Learning with Lab (pre-req: PSY 3213C) DEP 4404 (3) Psychology of Adult Development and Aging, CLP3305 (3) Clinical and Counseling Psych. The following, which should be taken as part of Liberal Studies/general education, are required as preparatory courses for the major, and must be completed with a minimum grade of C-. PSB 4400. CLP 3003. Copyright, * BSC X0XX (3) one course in any level biology (or BSC X20X or ZOO X010). It is important that students see a psychology advisor for guidance as to when it is best to schedule these courses. CLP 3314. May be repeated to a maximum of 15 semester hours within the same term. EXP 3604C (4) Cognitive Psychology with Lab (pre-req: PSY 3213C), **NOTE: Although PSB3004C has a lab component, it DOES NOT satisfy the group 4 lab requirement. This requirement may be met with an approved college-level course. The following lists the common program prerequisites or their substitutions, necessary for admission into this upper-division degree program: Admission to the undergraduate program in psychology is based on a minimum GPA and the successful completion of prerequisite course requirements. Participation is more advanced than in PSY 4920, and involves the generation of an extensive written product. Prerequisite: PSY 2012. Conditioning and Learning with Laboratory (4). For an appointment, please call (850) 645-9565 or e-mail This course presents an in-depth investigation of eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and eating disorders not otherwise specified, spanning topics such as biological bases of disordered eating, cultural and historical patterns in prevalence of eating pathology, and cognitive disturbances and personality features associated with eating disorders. Students are encouraged to take this course early in their undergraduate years so they can pursue opportunities at FSU that will help prepare them for their chosen career paths. Laboratory portion includes running simple experiments, analyzing data, and interpreting the results. This course examines the application of genetic methods to human and animal behavior. Students conduct this research under the supervision of a psychology faculty member. Prerequisites: PSY 2012 and PSB 2000 or PSB 3004C or three semester hours in biology.

For example, if a student took nine combined hours of PSY 4920 and PSY 4911, they can count an additional three hours of honors thesis work toward the major. Psychology of Women (3). Holley A-211-K Clinical and Counseling Psychology (3). Biopsychology of Sexual Behavior (3). Prerequisite: PSY 2012. The course also conveys an appreciation for utilizing critical thinking and scientific knowledge when making important decisions. The College of Arts and Science requires proficiency in a foreign language through the intermediate (2220 or equivalent) level or sign language through the advanced (2614 or equivalent) level. PSB 2000 (3) Brain and Behavior. Students may be admitted into the University without completing the prerequisites, but may not be admitted into the program.

EXP 3604C. Prerequisite: DEP 3103. Prerequisites: PSY 2012 and SOP 3004. Prerequisites: PSY 2012.

Due to the limitations in the number of faculty and physical resources, admission to the undergraduate program at the Panama City campus will be based on the following admission requirements: 1) a minimum GPA of 2.6in all courses attempted, 2) completion of a statistics course (STA 2122 preferred), 3) completion of General Psychology, and 4) completion of a biology course (contact the Psychology Advising Office for which courses are accepted), and 5) completion of at least 52 academic credits or an A.A. A minimum GPA requirement in all attempted courses: Check with a Panama City psychology advisor regarding current GPA requirement at Panama City, which may differ from the 2.8 required at the main campus. Students also are strongly encouraged to consult early and regularly with the departmental Advising Office to be sure they are meeting program requirements and to ask about opportunities for intensive study in a specialty area while pursuing the major, as well as how to better prepare for graduate school or employment. Prerequisites: PSY 2012, acceptance into the University Honors Program, instructor permission. This course covers human adjustments and the resulting forms of behavior. CLP4110 (3) Eating Disorders Prerequisite: Instructor permission. PSY 3213C. Students must take enough additional psychology elective courses to bring the total psychology hours to 36 (not including General Psychology). PSY 4970r. These three courses should be taken as part of the liberal studies requirements or the AA degree: Any statistics course, with STA 2122 or STA 2171 strongly preferred. SOP4722 (3) Prejudice and Stereotyping Abnormal Child Psychology (3). Eating Disorders (3). Note: For further information about admission, degree requirements, minor requirements, or the world language requirements for the bachelor's degree program, contact the FSU Panama City campus at (850) 872-4750, or toll free at (866) 539-7588, or refer to PSY 4039r. The undergraduate major includes a rigorous course of study that covers the methodology and content needed to understand and further explore the causes of behavior in humans and animals. It provides an overview of learning from a behavioral (classical and operant conditioning) and neuroscientific perspective. ), Group 1. EXP 3202C (4) Sensation and Perception with Lab (pre-req: PSY 3213C) Degree. Please visit for a current list of state-approved prerequisites. Language: Body, Mind, and World (3). Psychology electives are courses listed under the department's code of "ASPSY", excluding courses used to meet Groups 1 through 5 requirements. These research opportunities allow students to get to know faculty and help prepare them for graduate school. For detailed information about the psychology major and the department, please refer to Students can use honors thesis work to bring the total number of hours of applied courses that count toward the major to twelve hours maximum. May be repeated to a maximum of nine semester hours. Addictive Behaviors (3). PSY 2023. Psychology of Adult Development and Aging (3). biopsychology, physiological psychology or behavioral neuroscience) as well as the necessary background for the upper level coursework in behavioral and cognitive neurosciences in this department. 4750 Collegiate Drive Thirty-six semester hours of psychology courses (not including General Psychology) are required for the major. PSY 4930r. The nature of the research and written product is specified by the directing professor.

Students missing the first day of any class or laboratory will be dropped. This course provides broad coverage of topics concerning the biological, social, and cognitive aspects of children. Prerequisites: PSY 2012. Hormones and Behavior (3). Due to the limitations in the number of faculty and physical resources, admission to the behavioral neuroscience major will be based on the following admission requirements: Certification and admission to upper-division status can occur during any semester (Fall, Spring, Summer). The Psychology London Program includes two 4000 level elective courses that are not offered at other FSU campuses and which use the city of London as a classroom for experiential learning about various aspects of psychology. This course focuses on clinical neuroscience, which is the exploration of the neurobiological foundations of brain dysfunction and major diseases affecting the central nervous system, including mental health and mental illness. Students must complete the following requirements: PCB 4843 Fundamentals of Neuroscience (3), PSB 3004C Physiological Psychology with Brain Anatomy Lab (4). SOP 3751. For courses involving both a lecture and laboratory component, students missing the first day of either component will be dropped from the four-credit course. This course helps students understand basic nervous system mechanisms that underlie behavior and how systematic observation and experimentation are involved in constructing our understanding of these mechanisms. Prerequisites: Psychology major status, and PSY 2012, and STA 2122 or STA 2171 or equivalent. PSB 4731. The student may participate in a variety of formal programs which offer educational opportunities in Psychology such as the Honors Program, the Work-Study program, the Psychology summer program offered at the London Study Center, and the Psi Chi Organization. Participation includes more advanced work than PSY 4920 and a written product, the nature of which is detailed in a written contract between professor and student. (S/U grade only.) It also provides a survey of biological changes that arise in individuals with an eating disorder or obesity. Admission requirements for the Panama City campus are: Graduation requirements for the psychology major are the same as those at the Tallahassee campus. Note: EXP 3202C, 3422C, 3604C; PSY 3213C; and PSB 3004C are each four hour courses with both lecture and laboratory components. (850) 770-2242[emailprotected], Leah Koehler, PhD, BCBA-D The course explores each of the primary sensory systems by defining the physical energy that is detected, examining how that energy is transduced into neural impulses, and sampling how aspects of that information are encoded to provide a representation of the world. A Psychology major who applies for readmission to the college must meet the degree requirements of the catalog in force on the date of readmission. Social Psychology (3). This cannot include PSY 49104915, PSY 4920, PSY 4039, PSY 4944, or PSY 4970. This course integrates perspectives from psychology, philosophy, biology neuroscience, and development to scientifically examine how people think about morality, how morality functions, and where it comes from.

Psychology of Personality (3). The department also offers an interdisciplinary major, behavioral neuroscience, in conjunction with the Program in Neuroscience and the Department of Biological Science. Minimum Program Requirements - Summary Minor Coursework 12-18 Tallahassee, FL 32306, FSU Directory Assistance Kelley Kline, PhD

Also, courses with a WST prefix will not count toward the psychology minor. CLP 3305. PSY 3213C (4) Research Methods in Psychology with Lab (pre-req or co-req: STA 2122 or STA 2171, or equivalent), Group 2. Experimental Social Psychology (3). A "bio-psycho-social" approach is emphasized throughout so that all behaviors (including how we think, feel, and act) are discussed in terms of biological, psychological, and social determinants and consequences. CLP 4134. The undergraduate program in Psychology at FSU offers students a broad background in many areas of Psychology and is flexible enough to allow the advanced student to specialize in an area of his/her greatest interest. All undergraduates at Florida State University must demonstrate basic computer skills competency prior to graduation. PSB 4710. CLP4143 (3) Abnormal Psychology It is the intent of the program that the level of knowledge attained by the successful major will be such that the student is well prepared for graduate-level studies in any of the specialty areas in psychology.

All students must fulfill the major requirements listed below, which ensure a balanced program of study. The course also covers cognition-emotion interaction, abnormal emotional processing, and basic topics in cognitive neuroscience. SOP 4214. PSY 2029. Critical thinking about the available theoretical, empirical, and popular literature as a well as relevant public policy is the focus. One course from THREE of the Four areas listed below: SOP 3004 (3) Social Psychology

Chair: Frank Johnson; Associate Chair: Hardy; Professors: Boot, Charness, Compton, Cougle, Eckel, Hajcak, Hart, Hull, F. Johnson, Joiner, Kaschak, Keel, Kistner, Lonigan, Maner, McNulty, Patrick, Plant, Rinaman, Schatschneider, Schmidt, Spector, Taylor, Wagner, Wang, Williams; Associate Professors: Ganley, Hammock, Kofler, Li, Meltzer, Meyer, Nee, Ribeiro, Wilber; Assistant Professors: Braithwaite, Dewan, March, Martin, Zhang; Research Faculty: Sachs-Ericsson; Teaching Faculty: Hansen, Hardy, Haughbrook, Kemper, Koehler, O. Johnson, Kline, Murphy, Polick, Towne; Affiliated Faculty: Flynn, Phillips, Roehrig, Tenenbaum, Wetherby; Adjunct Instructors: O'Neal-Moffitt, Sullivan, Wells Harrison; Professors Emeriti: Bailey, Baumeister, Berkley, Brigham, Carbonell, Hokanson, Lang, Megargee, Miller, Rashotte, Smith, Stephan, Torgesen, Weaver. Within each category further areas of specialized study are possible and can be matched to career aspirations. This course examines recent research dealing with adolescents. Students may complete the requirements for the Bachelor of Science (BS) in psychology at the Panama City campus. PPE 3003 (3) Psychology of Personality, EXP 4640 (3) Psychology of Language PSY 4911r4914r. EXP 3202C. Students must complete the following requirements: Applied Statistics STA2122 (3) or approved equivalent(If a lower-level statistics course is taken as an admission requirement into the major, STA2122 will need to be taken by term 5 as a graduation requirement for the major. May be repeated within the same semester. The recommended curriculum includes coursework and DIS or Research Topics to provide students with a strong background in scientific method and content pertinent to their areas of particular interest. This course is a systematic study of research and theories about gender, including psychological differences and similarities between sexes. Neuroscience(3 hours) Prerequisite: PSY 2012. of Psychology) must be completed in residence at this University. A minimum of 45 hours at the 3000 level or above, 30 of which must be taken at this University. Several areas of emphasis are available for students. Prerequisites: PSY 2012 and junior or senior standing. This course explores how experience affects the behavior and physiological functioning. This course involves participation in a research project on a selected topic as designated by the directing professor and the student. This course involves the scientific study of how people think about, influence, and relate to one another. (850)770-2287[emailprotected], Florida State University Panama City Prerequisites: EXP 3213C, and PSB 2000 or PSB 3004C. Students whose psychology credits are ten years old or older will need to have their existing credits evaluated by the Department of Psychology to determine if any requirements need to be repeated to ensure that their knowledge of Psychology is current. CLP4134 (3) Abnormal Child Psych This course combines formal lectures, student-teacher discussions, and student presentations to understand what we currently know and how we can increase our knowledge about the multifaceted (genetic, biological, physiological, psychological, sociocultural) mechanisms underlying pain. This course consists of participation in a group research project on a selected topic as designated by the directing professor. DEP 4404. Prerequisite: PSB 2000 or PSB 3004C. Prerequisites: PSY 2012 and SOP 3004. For the most current information and for acceptable alternative courses, visit the Common Prerequisites Manual. This is available from the Student Services section of Careers in Psychology(1 hour) Work used to meet General Education requirements and language requirements may not be used for the minor. Minor Coursework:(12-18 hours; as stated by the minor area). 36 hours of degree core and elective coursework. Oral Competency 0-3 Completion of at least 52 academic credits or an A.A. Students must complete the following prerequisites required for admission to the upper division major. University. For the student wishing to study abroad, the department offers a summer program to study psychology in London. None beyond the prerequisite science coursework, which constitutes a minor. CLP4392 (3) Psych of Criminal Behavior. Contemporary Behavioral and Substance Addictions (3). The state of Florida has identified common program prerequisites for this University degree program. This course is a study on a selected topic as designated by the student and the directing professor. Topics vary. This course provides an examination of language from biological, psychological, and social perspectives, and considers ways that our knowledge of language can be deployed to tackle real-world issues in areas such as health, law, and education. For listings relating to graduate coursework, consult the Graduate Bulletin. By double-counting, students will not be able to graduate with fewer hours in the major; rather, they will take more psychology electives (Group 6) to total thirty-six semester hours. DEP 3305. PSB 4447. 282 Champions Way The elective coursework in the behavioral neuroscience major offers an emphasis that includes the effects of sensory and social experience on brain and behavior, the mechanisms of learning and memory, cognitive processes and emotion, human brain disorders and disease, and the neural and behavioral effects of drugs and hormones. Prerequisites: PSY 2012, junior or senior standing. (Cannot be taken after PSB 3004C.). EAB 3703. This course is designed to provide students with a general knowledge of behavioral and substance addictions from historical, psychological, biological, sociological, and legal perspectives. Likewise, the undergraduate program will provide excellent preparation for those interested in advanced training in a professional school (e.g., law or medical school), although additional coursework outside psychology may be required. This course focuses on the causes of personality disorganization, diagnosis and treatment of mental illness, and developments in experimental psychopathology. Behavior Analysis in Business and Industry (3). Subjects include individual, cultural, behavioral, and biological levels of analysis. Students must demonstrate the ability to orally transmit ideas and information clearly. Psychology Internship (16). For the Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in psychology, the requirements listed below, along with the requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences, must be fulfilled. There also may be opportunities to study for a semester in one of FSU's many study centers and programs abroad (including, but not limited to, Florence, Valencia, London, Panama, and Prague) while completing Liberal Studies requirements, one's minor, and/or one's world language requirement. Abnormal Psychology (3). Neuroscience Methods: Molecules to Behavior (2). Eastern Time, Questions or Comments Evolutionary Psychology (3). Students on the Panama City campus may specialize in applied behavior analysis and performance management.

Admission Requirements to the Upper-Division Major This course covers neuropsychopharmacology, including the behavioral effects of brain-mind altering drugs (i.e. Students should consult with their advisor in selecting elective courses to ensure that they meet departmental guidelines and their own academic goals. Human Memory and Learning (3). EXP 3422C. Group 6. This course focuses on genes, molecules, and neural circuits supporting social interaction, in mammalian neural systems (including humans) and other taxa. Half of the major course semester hours (18 hrs. Theories of memory, including memory systems, capacity and duration of memory, and basic memorial processes are discussed. History and Systems of Psychology (3). Abnormal Psychology Field Experience (1). This course is a critical examination of the psychocultural forces that shape and determine the unique behavior of African-Americans. For more information about this program, visit Prerequisites: EAB 3703, EXP 3422C, and PSY 2012. Junior or senior standing is strongly recommended.

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