A chance for the students to present the research that they have conducted over the semester.
Courses in the Psychology Department are clustered under the themes Mind, Brain and behavior, Mental Health and Intervention, and Social, Developmental and Organizational Studies. A list of course organized by theme can be found here.
Listed below are sample syllabi from courses that are being or have been taught in the department. Actual syllabi will differ by course and instructor. Visit www.testudo.umd.edu/ScheduleOfClasses.html for current course offerings.
PSYC200 - Statistical Methods in Psychology
PSYC209H - Honors Seminar: The Science of Sleep and Biological Rhythms (Yager)
PSYC221 - Introduction to Social Psychology (Curtis)
PSYC289E - The Psychology of Evil (Roberts)
PSYC309N - Introduction to Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Pessoa)
PSYC309K - Forensic Psychology (Tomlinson)
PSYC318D - Community Interventions: Theory and Research: Domestic Violence (O'Brien)
PSYC330 - Abnormal Child Psychology (Chronis-Tuscano)
PSYC334 - Psychology of Interpersonal Relationships (Curtis)
PSYC336 - Psychology of Women (Salahuddin)
PSYC341 - Introduction to Memory and Cognition (Murnane)
PSYC353 - Adult Psychopathology (Spangler)
PSYC354 - Cross-Cultural Psychology (Lee)
PSYC355 - Developmental Psychology (Spangler)
PSYC362 - Introduction to Negotiation (Fehr)
PSYC389 - Experiential Learning (Young)
PSYC433 - Basic Helping Skills: Research and Practice (Chui)
PSYC433 - Basic Helping Skills: Research and Practice (Merson)
PSYC436 - Introduction to Clinical Psychology (Leiman)
PSYC436 - Introduction to Clinical Psychology (De Los Reyes)