Product Details

Abnormal Psychology (PSY-302)
Location:
Various: distance learning format

Length:
Varies (self-study; self-paced)

Dates:
December 2014 - Present.

Subject Area:
Psychology

Number of Credits:
3

Learner Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: describe the development of abnormal psychology, assessment and diagnosis approach, and research methods; analyze the symptoms, prevalence, causes, and treatments for disorders related to anxiety, somatic, mood/suicide, and eating; discuss the impact of psychology on physical health, symptoms, prevalence, causes, and treatments for sexual addiction, impulse control, and personality/schizophrenia-related disorders; investigate neuro-developmental and neuro-cognitive disorders and the legal and ethical issues associated with mental health service provision.

Instructions:
This self-study course explores the prevalence, symptoms, causes, and treatments related to major psychological disorders, including: anxiety, somatic, mood, eating, sleep cycle, stress, sexual, addiction, personality, and schizophrenia-related disorders. Other topics include: historical developments, assessment and diagnostic approaches, and research methods in the discipline, along with current legal and ethical perspectives. Detailed case studies and concept checks help students examine and apply what they have learned. Unit objectives in this course are aligned with the American Psychological Association’s Guidelines for the Undergraduate Major (Version 2.0, August 2013).

Credit Recommendation:
In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in Psychology, Social Science, General Science, or Teacher Education programs (12/14).


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