Early Experiences, Later Functioning:How and Why a Secure Base Matters Compelling research evidence indicates that secure attachment is linked to a variety of aspects of children’s healthy development. This presentation presents a comprehensive model whereby both cognitive and non-cognitive mechanisms may mediate the link between secure attachment and children’s response to threat, with consideration of long-term and pervasive mental and physical health functioning. A reception with snacks and beverages will be served after the presentation. All undergraduate psychology students are encouraged to join us for the presentation and stay for the reception.
Here is a collection of instructions and forms that PSYC majors will need to apply for course credit. Be sure that you follow the instructions on this site, and on the individual forms, and that forms are filled out in entirety. As of 4/20/11, paper copies of the forms below will no longer be accepted.
PSYC 389 – Experiential Learning (Internship) in Psychology - Course credit related to a psychology-oriented internship in which a student would gain valuable knowledge and practical experience commensurate with in-class work. Student are responsible for arranging the terms of their internship, and an appropriate site employee must agree to supervise your independent study before you can apply for course credit.
PSYC 478 - Independent Study in Psychology - Course credit related to independent study (IS) activity within the Department of Psychology, such as completing a self-designed course or serving as a Teaching Assistant (TA) for a faculty member or graduate student. A faculty member must agree to supervise your independent study before you can apply for course credit.
PSYC 479 - Special Research Experience in Psychology - Course credit related to supervised research activity within the Department of Psychology, such as working as a Research Assistant (RA) for a faculty member or graduate student. A faculty member must agree to supervise your research activity before you can apply for course credit.