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PSY686 Advanced Vocational Counseling Psychology
PSY644 Advanced Attitude and Attitude Change

This course deals with theories and studies concerning attitudes and their development, and their application in industrial scenes (e.g. marketing, advertising psychology, and consumer psychology).

PSY632 Neuro Psychology

This course deals with theories on neuropsychology, with a focus on the process and interpretation of psychological assessment based on neuropsychology.

PSY676 Practicum in Clinical Psychology
PSY648 Seminar in Social Psychology

This course offers reviews and discussions on major research methods of social psychology, i.e. experimental methods, quasi-experimental methods, and questionnaire-based methods, etc.

PSY622 Research Methods of Cognitive Psychology

Those studying cognitive process should develop specific experimental tasks and stimuli and measure responses accurately. This course reviews cognitive experimental tasks which have been developed and carries out practices designed to embody such tasks using experiment creation programs offered by E-Prime or SuperLab.

PSY608 Research Method of Industrial Psychology
PSY651 Psychotherapy

This course introduces students to psychotherapeutic approaches used to correct and treat abnormal behavior.

PSY662 Psychological Assessment

This course helps students understand the process of objective or basic testing among tools used for assessment and diagnosis of abnormal behavior. Students learn how to carry out and interpret tests, and draw up comprehensive evaluation reports on test results.

PSY671 Counseling Case Study and Supervision I

This course deals with qualitative research methods in counseling research and how they are used to produce objective studies of counseling cases. The course also introduces supervision models as part of training for future supervisors and deals with the relevant theoretical points at issue.

PSY602 Advanced Organizational Psychology

This course analyzes major issues concerning organizational psychology such as the formation of organizations, their functions and how they cope with their surroundings, and examines ways to enhance organizational efficiency.

PSY634 Engineering Psychology

Engineering Psychology is a discipline that considers the way information about people is handled and reflected in product or system design to produce optimal results. In this regard, the course focuses on understanding and analyzing the cerebral processes or cognitive processes at work when designing products or systems.

PSY606 Seminar in Organizational Psychology
PSY612 Advanced Psychological Statistics

This course deals with the following related with multiple variable research methods: multiple regression analysis, multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA), discriminant analysis, factor analysis, and analysis of covariance (ANCOVA). The course also introduces other statistical analysis programs.

PSY643 The Self in Social Psychology

“Self” is one of the sectors of social psychology where research is carried out most briskly. This course focuses on discussion about the impact of self-concept, self-motivation, self-respect and self-regulation on social behaviors, such as group behavior, close relationships, social information processing, social comparison, cultural adaptation, etc.

PSY688 Seminar in Vocational Psychology
PSY654 Group Therapy

This course deals with basic concepts of group therapy, the development phases of groups, interaction between groups, group cohesiveness, the role of a group leader, etc.

PSY601 Advanced Personnel Psychology
PSY628 Individual Differences in Cognitive Processes

This course helps students form a wider perspective of psychology and other relevant disciplines through a cognitive psychology-based overview of the interaction between individual difference variables and universal variables concerning people’s cognition, behavior and decision making.

PSY657 Cognitive Therapy

This course reviews major theories and techniques of cognitive therapy. Students engage in clinical practicums, applying the theories and techniques they have learned in real settings.

PSY658 Family Therapy

This course deals with theoretical models of family therapy and techniques used in real clinical settings.

PSY655 Behavior Therapy

This course introduces theoretical models applied to behavioral changes and behavioral treatment methods.

PSY664 Developmental Psychopathology

Students are introduced to basic concepts concerning major psychological disorders in children and young people and the clinical characteristics, prevalence rate, cause, assessment and treatment of such disorders.

PSY636 Application & Practice of Cognitive Psychology

The application of cognitive psychology in clinical or educational settings is not a simple task, yet it is necessary to apply the knowledge of cognitive psychology in wider areas. This course reviews cognitive psychology-related knowledge, with a focus on its broader applications.

PSY656 Theory & Practice of Psychoanalysis

This course deals with theories concerning psychoanalysis and its application in clinical and counseling areas.

PSY687 Advanced Vocational Psychology
PSY641 Advanced Social Psychology

This course deals with theories and recent studies on social psychology issues, such as prejudice, fixed notions, behavioral changes, group processes, etc.

PSY621 Advanced Cognitive Psychology

This course offers an overview of cognitive processes, using leading research from around the world as its basis.

PSY624 Memory Processes & Knowledge Representation

This course offers an overview of studies carried out on memory, which is one of the most intensively studied topics in experimental psychology, and examines theories and basic research results concerning knowledge representation—the most important research subject in cognitive science.

PSY633 Brain Function & Behaviors

The course introduces the basic structure of the human brain and cognition-related functions and helps students understand how messages are carried to the nervous system, allowing them to grasp the dynamic functions of the human brain.

PSY647 Seminar in Social Psychology

This course deals with research methods concerning social psychology, with a focus on experimental methods, quasi-experimental methods, and questionnaire-based methods.

PSY642 Social Cognition

This course introduces studies (such as attribution, diagram, interpersonal perception, fixed notions, interpersonal memory, social judgment) concerning the social cognition process, which has recently emerged as a major sector of social psychology.

PSY603 Practicum in I/O Psychology

This course helps students learn to solve problems occurring in businesses, using available methods and tools.

PSY604 Advanced Industrial Psychology

This course deals with psychological knowledge about the efficient management of human resources in businesses.

PSY672 Seminar on Counseling Psychology I

This course reviews recent trends in interview methods and counseling techniques used in counseling psychology and explores experimental research methods utilized to determine the effects of counseling.

PSY631 Research Method of Physiological Psychology

This course introduces methods used in the study of physiological psychology. It also teaches students how to measure brain waves, and allows them to engage in experimental research that links brain waves with sensory responses and cognitive processes.

PSY625 Seminar in Cognitive Processes I: Perception & Attention

This course discusses factors such as selective attention, the shape perception process, the 3D object perception process, etc, out of many factors faced in the brain’s initial information processing stage, with a focus on major theories.

PSY626 Seminar in Cognitive Processes II: Language Understanding & Reading Psychology

This course reviews research on the language understanding process, which is an important research subject in lingual psychology, and discusses basic and applied studies related to the psychology of reading, an applied sector of lingual psychology.

PSY627 Seminar in Cognitive Processes III: Problem Solving & Reasoning Processes

In this course students are encouraged to discuss subjects related to the problem-solving process, like syllogistic reasoning, inductive reasoning, reasoning errors in everyday life, etc, linking them with advanced thinking processes, and find ways for practical application.

PSY675 Practicum in Clinical & Counseling Psychology

This practicum fosters students’ interview, evaluation, diagnostic and patient counseling abilities in real clinical and counseling settings.

PSY674 Seminar on Clinical Psychology

This course reviews recent trends in diagnosis, treatment techniques, and research methods adopted in clinical psychology.

PSY663 Psychopathology

This course explores the use of theorems and systematic theories of integration in determining the causes of abnormal psychology and maladaptive behavior.

PSY605 Advanced Organizational Psychology

This course analyzes major issues of organizational psychology such as the formation of organizations, their functions, and how they cope with their surroundings, and explores ways to enhance organizational efficiency.

PSY646 Group Processes and Intergroup Relations

This course deals with intergroup relationships and group processes such as social influence processes in groups (i.e. leadership, assimilation, group decision-making processes), group task performance processes, alliance-type performance negotiation processes , intergroup conflicts and prejudices, social identity theory, contact hypothesis, etc.

PSY611 Advanced Experimental Designs
PSY613 Development & Application of Psychological Tests

In this course students review basic theories concerning psychology test construction , engage in the practice of psychology test construction, and familiarize themselves with the ways such tests are used.

PSY623 Advanced Psycholinguistics

Language is the most advanced mental function humans possess. This course offers an overview of psycholinguistics, covering such subject matter as speech perception, word recognition, vocabulary connection , sentence comprehension and production, text processing, language and thought, and language and the brain.

PSY652 Interview Techniques

This course focuses on theories concerning interviewing, which is an important tool in psychology. Students apply interview methods in real settings.

PSY653 Theory and Practice of Child Psychotherapy

This course reviews theories of child psychotherapy and therapy techniques and procedures that can be applied in the treatment of major psychological disorders in children.

PSY607 Seminar in Personnel Psychology
PSY649 Seminar in Criminal Psychology

This course reviews theories and research results concerning the psychological reasoning, cognition, motivation, sentiment, etc associated with criminal acts. Students discuss the specific characteristics of criminals and the impact their acts have on victims.

PSY629 Fundamentals of Cognitive Development

This course examines the theoretical background and experiential evidence on preadolescent cognitive development and psychology-related research methods concerning infants and toddlers. More specifically, the course aims to help students acquire macroprudent perspectives concerning how cognitive psychology-related contents (such as toddlers’ perception, cognition, representation/concept, reasoning and problem-solving, social cognition, memory and language of infants/toddlers) are obtained. In addition, students study the difference between universal development theory and culture-specific theory , which are two leading theoretical perspectives on cognitive development in children, to cultivate their ability to judge cultural differences and individual differences in the process of cognitive development.

PSY710 Advanced Health Psychology

This course deals with the impact of thought, sentiment and behavior on the body and mind, theories on the impact process, and mind-body intervention.

PSY711 Advanced Positive Psychology

This course deals with psychological theories and points at issue concerning life satisfaction and enhancement of the quality of life, with a focus on the effects of psychological variables such as sentiment, behavior, self-respect, sympathy, friendship, love, achievement, creativity, humor, and personality.

PSY 712 Psychology of Consciousness

This course deals with recent theories on the development of human consciousness, including supra-consciousness, unconsciousness, and the transformation of consciousness.

PSY 713 Brain and Health

This course explores recent research on the brain and the interrelationship between physical and mental illnesses, with mind-body medicine and psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) as its basis.

PSY714 Seminar in Health Psychology I

This course deals with major issues emerging in health psychology.

PSY715 Seminar in Health Psychology II

This course offers a deeper examination of major issues emerging in health psychology than Seminar in Health Psychology I.

PSY 716 Stress and Health

This course discusses the behavioral medicine-based approach to mental stress and health, exploring theories and clinical applications concerning mind-body medicine, psychoneuroimmunology (PNI), behavioral medicine, biological psychology, etc.

PSY 717 Meditation and Therapeutic Intervention

This course introduces meditation-based therapeutic intervention, whose effects have been scientifically proven, with a focus on theory and the real application of relaxation response and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) techniques.

PSY 718 Psychology of Addiction

This course examines theories on addiction (e.g. drugs, gambling, and Internet addictions), and introduces the therapeutic intervention methods used in the treatment of such addictions.

PSY719 Practicum in Health Institutes

This practicum gives students the opportunity to practice prevention and treatment of diseases and health improvement methods as future health psychologists in a real clinical setting.

PSY720 Practicum in Health Psychological Intervention Program Development and Evaluation

This course teaches students how health psychology-based intervention programs are developed and their evaluations methods, and gives them opportunities to develop such programs.

PSY741 Seminar in Applied Social Psychology

This course explores principles of forensic psychology, criminal psychology, gender psychology, multi-culture psychology and political psychology, which are applied disciplines of social psychology. These disciplines focus on analyses of important social phenomena and psychological processes in order to find solutions. Students deal with these substantial subjects and learn how to apply social psychology.

PSY677 Counseling Case Study and Supervision II

This course introduces the counseling and supervision models used in case studies and covers the relevant points at issue.

PSY678 Seminar on Counseling Psychology II

This course reviews recent trends in interview methods and counseling techniques, and explores experimental research on the effects of psychological counseling.

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