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PSYCH 247: Psychopathology

Why are certain experiences or patterns of behavior considered psychologically "abnormal?" Students investigate a wide array of psychological disorders, including anxiety disorders, depression, eating disorders, and schizophrenia. Students examine models used to conceptualize abnormal behavior, as well as current evidence and theories regarding the etiology and treatment of these important and sometimes devastating disorders. Offered each semester. Counts toward exercise science major.
Prerequisite: PSYCH 125.

Biology

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...Courses: BIO 242 , BIO 247 , BIO 248 , BIO...Molecular Neuroscience 1.00 PSYCH 238 Biopsychology 1...

Neuroscience

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...order): PSYCH 238 Biopsychology 1.00 PSYCH 238...and Organ Systems BIO 247 Animal Physiology BIO...

Psychology

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...00 PSYCH 241 Developmental Psychology PSYCH 244 Psychology of Personality PSYCH 247 Psychopathology PSYCH 249...