Fall 2009 not offered
This advanced seminar will explore contemporary psychological theories and multidisciplinary empirical research of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder. Using eating disorders as an example, we will study how culture, familial factors, and personal vulnerability contribute to risk for psychiatric disorders. This course emphasizes research skills and requires completion of multiple continuing assignments. The course is designed for students with an interest in medical school or graduate programs in clinical psychology, public health, or related fields. Students will conduct group research projects.
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|Course Format: Seminar||Grading Mode: Graded|
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A list of recent review and empirical articles will be provided at the first class meeting.
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Computerized literature search; two written critiques of research projects; poster presentation of student's research project; term paper. Multiple drafts of the term paper will be required.
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Prerequisites: PSYC105 or PSYC101.
On-time attendance of all classes is mandatory. This course is not open to sophomores or first-year students.
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