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**If you are looking to enroll in research with me in the TCU Comparative Cognition Laboratory, see the description and lab application listed below under PSYC 40323. 

PSYC 10213: General Psychology

One of the prerequisites for higher-level psychology courses. The science of psychology, integrating biological, social, cognitive, and learning influences on behavior; basic behavior processes, and principles of human and nonhuman behavior.

Credit cannot be given for both PSYC 10213 and either 10514 or 10524.

PSYC 30414: Experimental Psychology: Learning

Basic methods and concepts employed in the study of learning.

Three lectures and one laboratory per week.

Prerequisite: PSYC 30503

PSYC 30453: Memory and Cognition

An overview of major issues and topics in modern cognitive psychology with particular emphasis on interpreting basic research in memory and cognitive processes.

Prerequisite: PSYC 30503

PSYC 40323: Research in Psychology of Learning

The course entails a comprehensive, semester-long research experience. Students will assist with projects in the psychology of learning carried out under my direction. The course may be repeated twice (taken a maximum of three semesters in all). Students are generally expected to complete a minimum of two semesters.

Prerequisite: 15 semester hours in Psychology, plus permission from the professor. In some cases, permission may be granted for students with less than 15 semester hours.

Please download Lab Application and email it to me.

PSYC 50603: Contemporary Learning Theory

Selected theoretical principles important for understanding complex behavior.

Prerequisite: Senior or graduate standing in Psychology, or approval of instructor.