PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology
Psychological approaches to the study of behavior and mental processes. Topics include the history of psychology, psychological research methods, biological psychology, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning, memory, cognition, intelligence, language, lifespan development, motivation and emotion, applied psychology (e.g., gender and sexuality and stress and health), social psychology, personality, psychological disorders, and psychological treatment.
|Fall 2022||26134||PSYC:1A||MW||6:20am - 7:45am||K. Laub||26A-2670|
|Fall 2022||26136||PSYC:1A||MW||8:00am - 9:25am||K. Laub||26A-2670|
|Fall 2022||26137||PSYC:1A||MW||9:45am - 11:10am||A. Couch||26A-2670|
|Fall 2022||26139||PSYC:1A||MW||9:45am - 11:10am||V. Agars||26D-G220|
|Fall 2022||26140||PSYC:1A||MW||11:30am - 12:55pm||J. Pattison||26A-2670|
|Fall 2022||26142||PSYC:1A||MW||1:15pm - 2:40pm||J. Willis||26A-2670|
|Fall 2022||26143||PSYC:1A||MW||3:00pm - 4:25pm||K. Joneja||26A-2670|
|Fall 2022||26146||PSYC:1A||MW||7:00pm - 8:25pm||G. Ano||26A-2871|
|Fall 2022||26147||PSYC:1A||MW||8:45pm - 10:10pm||G. Ano||26A-2871|
|Fall 2022||26154||PSYC:1A||TR||8:00am - 9:25am||B. Hamby||26A-2670|
|Fall 2022||26156||PSYC:1A||TR||9:45am - 11:10am||S. Chhun||26A-2670|
|Fall 2022||26162||PSYC:1A||TR||9:45am - 11:10am||T. Graham||26D-3290|
|Fall 2022||26164||PSYC:1A||TR||11:30am - 12:55pm||B. Hamby||26A-2670|
|Fall 2022||26167||PSYC:1A||TR||1:15pm - 2:40pm||E. Berbiar||26A-2670|
|Fall 2022||26168||PSYC:1A||TR||3:00pm - 4:25pm||D. Pueblos||26D-3290|
|Fall 2022||26171||PSYC:1A||TR||4:30pm - 5:55pm||E. Berbiar||26A-2670|
|Fall 2022||26173||PSYC:1A||TR||7:00pm - 8:25pm||E. Berbiar||26A-2670|
|Fall 2022||26177||PSYC:1A||T||11:30am - 12:55pm||J. Knapp||26D-G220|
|Fall 2022||26180||PSYC:1A||T||1:15pm - 2:40pm||J. Knapp||26D-G220|
PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology - Honors
Psychological approaches to the study of behavior and mental processes. Topics include the history of psychology, psychological research methods, biological psychology, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning, memory, cognition, intelligence, language, lifespan development, motivation and emotion, applied psychology (e.g., gender and sexuality and stress and health), social psychology, personality, psychological disorders, and psychological treatment. An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. Students may not receive credit for both PSYC 1A and PSYC 1AH.
|Fall 2022||26613||PSYC:1AH||MW||1:15pm - 2:40pm||S. Sabet||26D-G471|
PSYC 1B Biological Psychology
Biological mechanisms of behavior. Includes evolution and genetics with emphasis on neuronal and synaptic transmission. Develops a conceptual framework and awareness of the scientific method. Stresses specific methods of investigation for the discipline.
|Fall 2022||26651||PSYC:1B||MW||11:30am - 12:55pm||J. Pellitteri||26A-2620|
|Fall 2022||26654||PSYC:1B||M||1:15pm - 2:40pm||J. Knapp||26D-G220|
|Fall 2022||26674||PSYC:1B||M||11:30am - 12:55pm||J. Knapp||26D-G220|
PSYC 3 Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology
Research methods in psychology. Includes systematic observation, research design, survey development, execution and analysis of experimental and other research methods, and American Psychological Association (APA) publication style writing.
|Fall 2022||26704||PSYC:3||T||11:30am - 2:40pm||T. Graham||26A-2891|
|R||11:30am - 2:40pm||T. Graham||26A-2891|
|Fall 2022||26707||PSYC:3||T||8:00am - 11:10am||C. Powell||26A-2891|
|Fall 2022||26720||PSYC:3||R||8:00am - 11:10am||C. Powell||26A-2891|
|Fall 2022||26736||PSYC:3||R||4:30pm - 6:35pm||Z. Keo-Trang||ONLINE-SYNCH|
|Fall 2022||28747||PSYC:3||M||8:00am - 11:10am||J. Pattison||26D-3210|
|W||8:00am - 11:10am||J. Pattison||26D-3210|
PSYC 3H Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology - Honors
4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: PSY 205B)
Lecture: 54 Lab: 54
Prerequisite: PSYC 1A or PSYC 1AH and (PSYC 10 or MATH 110 or MATH 110H) and (ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AH or ENGL 1AM or AMLA 1A and acceptance into the Honors Program)
Research methods in psychology. Includes systematic observation, research design, survey development, execution and analysis of experimental and other research methods, and American Psychological Association (APA) publication writing style. An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. Students may not receive credit for both PSYC 3 and PSYC 3H.
|Fall 2022||26759||PSYC:3H||T||11:30am - 2:40pm||M. Kolchakian||26D-3210|
|R||11:30am - 2:40pm||M. Kolchakian||26D-3210|
PSYC 5 Psychology of Reasoning and Problem Solving
3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
The components involved in reasoning and problem solving from a psychological perspective. These components assess many facets of the critical thinking process, including perception, learning, memory, thought and language, reasoning, argument, hypothesis testing, likelihood and uncertainty, decision making (logical fallacies, heuristics, cognitive distortions), problem solving, creativity, and behavior modification. This course also contains a practical application element involving systematic introspection and analysis of one's cognitive processes.
|Fall 2022||26783||PSYC:5||MW||9:45am - 11:10am||J. Pellitteri||26A-2620|
|Fall 2022||26787||PSYC:5||TR||8:00am - 9:25am||A. Couch||26A-2620|
PSYC 10 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
Statistical principles of the behavioral sciences emphasizing research design, scales of measurement, distributions, graphing, descriptive statistics, measures of central tendency, measures of variability, z-test, independent and dependent t-tests, inferential statistics, confidence intervals, linear correlations and regression, and analysis of variance, including multivariate factorial designs and chi square analyses. Statistical analyses through the use of computerized statistical packages are interpreted through lab experience.
|Fall 2022||26799||PSYC:10||M||8:00am - 9:25am||S. Blacksher||26A-2891|
|W||8:00am - 9:25am||S. Blacksher||26A-2891|
|Fall 2022||26805||PSYC:10||M||9:45am - 11:10am||S. Blacksher||26A-2891|
|W||9:45am - 11:10am||S. Blacksher||26A-2891|
|Fall 2022||26810||PSYC:10||M||11:30am - 2:40pm||M. Dowdle||26D-3210|
|W||11:30am - 2:40pm||M. Dowdle||26D-3210|
|Fall 2022||26811||PSYC:10||M||7:00pm - 10:10pm||K. Beals||26A-2891|
|W||7:00pm - 10:10pm||K. Beals||26A-2891|
|Fall 2022||26813||PSYC:10||T||8:00am - 11:10am||M. Dowdle||26D-3210|
|R||8:00am - 11:10am||M. Dowdle||26D-3210|
|Fall 2022||28229||PSYC:10||F||9:00am - 11:05am||B. Ingersoll||ONLINE-SYNCH|
|F||11:15am - 1:20pm||B. Ingersoll||ONLINE-SYNCH|
PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology
Psychological principles of human development across the lifespan, from birth to death. This course does not fulfill the Title 22 requirements for Child Development majors.
|Fall 2022||26825||PSYC:14||MW||8:00am - 9:25am||J. Willis||26D-3290|
|Fall 2022||26827||PSYC:14||MW||9:45am - 11:10am||K. Laub||26D-G471|
|Fall 2022||26828||PSYC:14||MW||11:30am - 12:55pm||J. Buchanan||26D-3290|
|Fall 2022||26830||PSYC:14||MW||1:15pm - 2:40pm||B. Hamby||26D-3290|
|Fall 2022||26832||PSYC:14||MW||3:00pm - 4:25pm||L. Silva||26A-2620|
|Fall 2022||26834||PSYC:14||TR||8:00am - 9:25am||T. Shaw||26D-3290|
|Fall 2022||28224||PSYC:14||TR||11:30am - 12:55pm||D. Pueblos||26D-3290|
PSYC 14H Developmental Psychology - Honors
Psychological principles of human development across the lifespan, from birth to death. This course does not fulfill the Title 22 requirements for Child Development majors. An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. Students may not receive credit for both PSYC 14 and PSYC 14H.
PSYC 15 Introduction to Child Psychology
3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
Examines the psychology of the child from conception through adolescence. Emphasis on physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development as it pertains to the child's psychological experiences. Includes psychological disorders and therapies specific to children and adolescents. This course does not fulfill Title 22 requirement for child development majors.
|Fall 2022||26961||PSYC:15||MW||9:45am - 11:10am||J. Willis||26D-3290|
|Fall 2022||26964||PSYC:15||T||7:00pm - 10:10pm||NotEntered-XXXX|
PSYC 17 Introduction to Human Services
History, philosophy and development of human services in America. Explores careers in human services, self-exploration in matching personal and professional interests to entry levels of human services employment.
PSYC 19 Abnormal Psychology
Psychological, biological, and sociocultural approaches to understanding abnormal behavior, including DSM-5 psychiatric disorders such as anxiety, depressive, and psychotic disorders. The exploration of psychological principles underlying psychopathology.
|Fall 2022||26976||PSYC:19||MW||8:00am - 9:25am||A. Couch||26A-2620|
PSYC 20 Introduction to Social Psychology
Influence of social factors on human thought, feelings and behavior. Topics include: aggression, prejudice and stereotypes, interpersonal attraction, attitudes and attitude change, conformity and obedience, group dynamics, gender roles, cultural norms, person perception, and social cognition and perception.
|Fall 2022||26997||PSYC:20||TR||11:30am - 12:55pm||C. Louie||26A-2620|
PSYC 25 The Psychology of Women
A biopsychosocial analysis of the role of gender in the experience of women. Psychological, sociocultural and biological factors, and current scholarly research relating to women's gender identity, development, socialization, motivation, mental health, and relationships.
|Fall 2022||27005||PSYC:25||TR||11:30am - 12:55pm||G. Klee||26D-G471|
PSYC 26 Psychology of Sexuality
3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: PSY 130)
Explores the factors involved in establishing and maintaining intimate sexual relationships. The focus of the course is on the findings of social psychologists concerning sexuality and love relationships in our culture.
|Fall 2022||27012||PSYC:26||MW||11:30am - 12:55pm||NotEntered-XXXX|
|Fall 2022||27016||PSYC:26||MW||1:15pm - 2:40pm||K. Joneja||26D-G431|
|Fall 2022||27029||PSYC:26||TR||9:45am - 11:10am||G. Klee||26D-G471|
PSYC 33 Psychology for Effective Living
3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: PSY 115)
Emphasis on comprehension and application of psychological principles to daily life and personal growth. Topics include interpersonal relationships, sexuality, self and social influence, positive psychology, career and work, marriage and intimate relationships, parenting, aging, physical health, and other circumstances encountered in the life cycle. Considers personality development, psychological disorders, and therapeutic approaches, while emphasizing the importance of multicultural sensitivity and scientific research in the aforementioned topics.
|Fall 2022||27050||PSYC:33||MW||1:15pm - 2:40pm||L. Silva||26A-2620|
PSYC 99 Special Projects in Psychology
Offers selected students recognition for their academic interest in psychology and the opportunity to explore the discipline of psychology in greater depth. The content of the course and the methods of study vary from semester to semester and depend on the particular project under consideration. Instructor authorization is required to enroll in this course.