PSYC 408

Application of Knowledge in Psychology

3-4 Undergraduate credits
Effective May 7, 2019 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

In this course, students apply their knowledge of theories, concepts, facts, ethics and ways of thinking in psychology to a real-life work or volunteer setting. Students reflect upon how their work experiences relate to the discipline of psychology. Students perform reflective self-evaluation and integrate careful consideration of ethical standards into their applied experience. PSYC 407 is a required prerequisite.

Learning outcomes

General

  • Compare and contrast the conceptualization of psychological theory in an academic/classroom setting to the conceptualization of psychological theory in an applied work setting.
  • Implement appropriate ethical behavior according to the American Psychological Association Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct
  • Examine how one¿s career interests and perceptions of one¿s strengths/weaknesses change over the course of the applied experience.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of, and compliance with, work expectations as agreed upon with one¿s supervisor at the applied experience.
  • Appraise one¿s learning experience regarding psychology in an applied setting.

Summer 2020

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01 Application of Knowledge in Psychology Spielmans, Glen I Books Course details

Fall 2020

Section Title Instructor
01 Application of Knowledge in Psychology Spielmans, Glen I Books Course details

Spring 2021

Section Title Instructor
01 Application of Knowledge in Psychology Spielmans, Glen I Books Course details