PSYCHOLOGY 165 Section: 2
INTRO TO CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Winter Quarter 2006
|Prerequisites:||Psychology 1, 41, 168, and either Psychology 140 or 151.|
This course is intended to (1) provide knowledge of the field of clinical psychology which involves the symptoms and manifestations of behavioral disturbances, the diagnosis/assessment and treatment of these disturbances, evaluating the effectiveness of treatments and interventions, and forensic psychology; (2) analyze psychological research and clinical cases pertinent to the field, and (3) develop critical thinking skills on clinical psychology issues.
The course will have a lecture/discussion format. Guest speakers, as well as demonstrations and class exercises, will be included. Students are expected to participate in the class exercises.
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|184 Young||M W 10:00 AM - 11:50 PM|
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