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PSY-750 Language Intervention with Special Populations
A seminar in which students critically evaluate research articles related to language development and intervention of special education populations such as mentally retarded, blind/low vision, autistic/emotionally disturbed, deaf or hard of hearing, and learning disabled children. This course is generally taken by students enrolled in PSY 771 and concurrently serving special education referral children.
PSY 736 or permission of instructor.
Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…
Under supervision of a faculty member, a student…
Psychology of Human…
A course on the developmental aspects of human…
This course explores the concepts of race, ethnicity,…
Senior Capstone: Current…
This capstone course in Psychology is designed for…
This course examines the influence of groups on…
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