205. OUTLINE OF GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY. (3) A brief survey of the field and principles of psychology with an attempt to establish meaningful relations with biology, theology, and metaphysics. A pre­

requisite for all subsequent courses in psychology. 206. OUTLINE OF GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY. (3)

A continuation of Psychology 205 with somewhat greater emphasis on person­ ality, mental abnormality, individual differences; some brief acquaintance with the field of para-psychology. 208. CHILD PSYCHOLOGY. (2) The development of the child from infancy to adolescence. 301. EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY. (3) Psychology as it applies to the problems of teaching and learning. 302. ADOLESCENCE. (3) A study of the nature, needs, and problems of adolescence with special referenr-" to factors of spiritual significance. 303. ELEMENTARY STATISTICS. (2) Introduction to the use of statistical methods and the interpretation of quantita­ tive research. 305-306. PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING. (3-3 ) (1) Theory and practice in individual mental testing with special emphasis on the Binet and the Bellevue-Wechsler. (2) Personality and projection tests. 307. EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY. (3) Principles and procedures of experimentation; analysis· in sensation, perception, motivation, emotion, learning, reasoning. Prerequisite: Psychology 305 309. ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY. (3) Discussion of the underlying causes of abnormal behavior, various types of be­ havior disorders, and modern therapies employed. 401. COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY. (3) A course designed to acquaint the student with the sensory and neurological equipment and behavioral capacities of animals at various levels. 402. SYSTEMATIC PSYCHOLOGY. (3) Consideration of psychological systems and present trends : e.g., Behaviorism, Gestalt psychology, psychoanalysis, and others. Some consideration of the historical backgrounds of modern psychology. 403. THE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD. (2) Problems connected with the understanding and training of the exceptional child. 405. SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY. (3) A study of the individual as a social entity and as a member of a group. Some attention given to the various theories explanatory of group behavior and of social control. 408. MENTAL HYGIENE. (3) An introduction to the field of mental hygiene as it relates to the basis for mental health; a discussion of deviations. The prevention of such abnormalities, with special reference to the needs of children and adolescents. 55

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