CLP 3911 Introduction to Clinical Research 1-3 Credits
Hands-on, faculty-supervised research experience in an area of interest to the student. Introduces current research techniques, including the design and development of clinical research projects and data analysis. Three hours of laboratory work or other research activity (e.g., literature searches, grant preparation, recruitment of study participants, etc.) are required for each semester credit. (S-U)
CLP 4134 Introduction to Clinical Child/Pediatric Psychology 3 Credits
Survey and exploration of the science and practice of clinical child/pediatric psychology, including application of clinical science to problems faced by children and their families. Course also emphasizes assessment and intervention methodologies related to child behavior and health.
CLP 4302 Introduction to Clinical Psychology 3 Credits
Survey and exploration of contemporary roles of clinical psychologists. Course also emphasizes the integration of science and practice when solving problems of individuals, families and groups.
CLP 4314 Introduction to Health Psychology 3 Credits
Survey and exploration of the science and practice of clinical health psychology. Course also emphasizes application of the biopsychosocial model of health and illness to health promotion, disease prevention and the treatment and rehabilitation of existing illness and disability.
CLP 4420 Introduction to Neuropsychology 3 Credits
Survey and exploration of the science and practice of clinical neuropsychology. Course also emphasizes discussion of major neuropsychological disorders and the mechanisms underlying higher cognitive function.