Kathie Bailey

Assistant Lecturer, Augustana - Academic Planning
ATS Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Arts - Psychology Dept

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Assistant Lecturer, Augustana - Academic Planning
Email
kbailey@ualberta.ca

ATS Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Arts - Psychology Dept
Email
kbailey@ualberta.ca

Courses

AUPSY 103 - Introduction to Psychology

The course focuses on the basic principles underlying human behaviour. Topics include the central nervous system, cognition, development, social, and personality, and mental health. AUPSY 103 is classified as a science course.


AUPSY 220 - Personality

Introductory survey including representative theoretical points of view and research relevant to the major problems of the study of personality. Prerequisite: AUPSY 103.


AUPSY 305 - Selected Topics in Psychology

Content of each course in this series varies from year to year, but in general it entails either a specific topic of prominent interest in psychology, or a review and discussion of a novel or emerging research area in contemporary psychology. Prerequisite: AUPSY 103, previous course(s) in Psychology as determined by instructor. Note: AUPSY 305 is classified as a science course.


AUPSY 361 - Cognitive Development

Survey of the development of memory, perception, conceptual thought, and academic skills from birth through the school years. Prerequisite: AUPSY 263. Notes: AUPSY 361 is classified as a science course. Credit may be obtained for only one of AUPSY 361 or AUPSY 362.


AUPSY 373 - Psychology of Language

Survey of the production and perception of spoken, signed, and written language. Topics include speech perception, speech production, reading, language acquisition, and language origins. Prerequisite: AUPSY 263.


PSYCH 327 - Adolescent Development

Biological, cognitive, and social aspects of development that occur during the period from early to late adolescence. Prerequisite: PSYCH 223. [Faculty of Arts]


PSYCH 357 - Language Processing

A survey of theories and research on the production and comprehension of spoken and written language. Topics include speech perception, printed word recognition, sentence production and comprehension, discourse processing, reading, language development, and language pathologies. The focus will be on the processing mechanisms implicated by findings in the area. Prerequisite: PSYCH 258. [Faculty of Arts]


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