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PSYC 235 Abnormal Psychology

PSYC 235  Abnormal Psychology  Units: 6.00  

The experimental approach to the understanding, description and modification of abnormal behaviour is emphasized in the analysis of disorders of cognition (e.g., learning, memory and thinking), disturbances of affect (e.g., anxiety and depression), and problem behaviours (e.g., addictions, sexual disorders and psychopathy).
NOTE Only offered online. Consult Arts and Science Online.

Learning Hours: 240 (72 Lecture, 24 Online Activity, 144 Private Study)  
Requirements: Prerequisite PSYC 100. Equivalency PSYC 236.  
Course Equivalencies: PSYC235; PSYC235B  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Science  


Head of Department: Kate Harkness Departmental Office: Humphrey Hall, Room 232 Departmental Telephone: 613-533-2874

Psychology (PSYC)

How does the brain perceive, think, and feel? This course in cognitive neuroscience provides a window into contemporary views of how different features of cognition are implemented by the human brain. The course will cover advances in our understanding of the brain mechanism of human cognition.