Psychology

Jane Ellen Smith, Chairperson
Gordon K. Hodge, Associate Chair for Undergraduate Education
Steven Verney, Associate Chair for Graduate Education
Elizabeth Yeater, Director of Clinical Training

Department of Psychology, Logan Hall
MSC03 2220
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87131-0001
(505) 277-4121
Web site: http://psych.unm.edu

Distinguished Professors
Steven W. Gangestad, Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Barbara McCrady, Ph.D., University of Rhode Island

Professors
Vincent Clark, Ph.D., University of California (San Diego)
Harold D. Delaney, Ph.D., University of North Carolina
Michael J. Dougher, Ph.D., University of Illinois (Chicago)
Kent Kiehl, Ph.D., University of British Columbia
Jane Ellen Smith, Ph.D., State University of New York (Binghamton)
Claudia Tesche, Ph.D., University of California (Berkeley)
Ronald A. Yeo, Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

Associate Professors
Kristina T. Ciesielski, Ph.D., Polish Science Academy (Nencki Institute)
Sarah Erickson, Ph.D., Stanford University
Timothy E. Goldsmith, Ph.D., New Mexico State University
Derek Hamilton, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Gordon K. Hodge, Ph.D., University of California (Los Angeles)
Geoffrey F. Miller, Ph.D., Stanford University
Eric Ruthruff, Ph.D., University of California (San Diego)
Bruce W. Smith, Ph.D., Arizona State University
Akaysha C. Tang, Ph.D., Harvard University
Katie Witkiewitz, Ph.D., University of Washington
David C. Witherington, Ph.D., University of California (Berkeley)
Steven Verney, Ph.D., San Diego State University/University of California (San Diego)
Elizabeth Yeater, Ph.D., University of Nevada (Reno)

Assistant Professors
Benjamin J. Clark, Ph.D., Dartmouth College
James P. Cavanagh, Ph.D., University of Arizona
Marco Del Giudice, Ph.D., University of Turin
Theresa Moyers, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Kamilla Venner, Ph.D., The University of New Mexico
Jacob M. Vigil, Ph.D., University of Missouri (Columbia)
Kevin Vowles, Ph.D., West Virginia University

Distinguished Professors Emeriti
William R. Miller, Ph.D., University of Oregon
Henry C. Ellis, Ph.D., Washington University

Professors Emeriti
Lynette F. Cofer, Ph.D., Cornell University
Dennis M. Feeney, Ph.D., University of California (Los Angeles)
John P. Gluck, Jr., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin (Madison)
William Gordon Ph.D., Rutgers University
Richard J. Harris, Ph.D., Stanford University
Peder J. Johnson, Ph.D., University of Colorado
Eligio R. Padilla, Ph.D., University of Washington
Samuel Roll, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
Britton Ruebush, Ph.D., Yale University
Robert Meyers, Ph.D., California Coast University  

Research Faculty
Jon Houck, Research Assistant Professor
Scott Tonigan, CASAA, Research Professor

Principal Lecturer
Stephen Alley, M.S., University of New Mexico

Lecturer III
Romina Angeleri, Ph.D., University of Turin


Associated Programs

Undergraduate Program


Graduate Program



Courses

PSY 105. General Psychology. (3)



PSY 200. Statistical Principles. (3)



PSY 220. Developmental Psychology. (3)



PSY 231. Psychology of Human Sexuality. (3)



PSY 240. Brain and Behavior. (3)



PSY 250. Special Topics in Psychology. (1-3, no limit Δ)



PSY 260. Psychology of Learning and Memory. (3)



PSY 265. Cognitive Psychology. (3)



PSY 271. Social Psychology. (3)



PSY 280. Health Psychology. (3)



PSY 302. Psychological Research Techniques. (3)



PSY 311. Clinical Evaluation in Addictions. (1)



PSY 312. Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues in Addictions. (1)



PSY 313. Case Management in Addictions. (1)



PSY 324. Infant Development. (3)



PSY 329. Adolescent Psychology. (3)



PSY 331. Psychology of Personality. (3)



PSY 332. Abnormal Behavior. (3)



PSY 335L. Clinical Psychology Lab. (2)



PSY 342. Evolution, Brain and Behavior. (3)



PSY 344. Human Neuropsychology. (3)



PSY 347. Drugs and Behavior. (3)



PSY 360. Human Learning and Memory. (3)



PSY 362L. Human Learning and Memory Laboratory. (2)



PSY 364. Psychology of Perception. (3)



PSY **367. Psychology of Language. (3)



PSY 374. Cross-cultural Psychology. (3)



PSY 375. Psychology of Women. (3)



PSY 376. The Psychology of Love. (3)



PSY 391. Junior Honors Seminar. (3)



PSY 392. Junior Honors Seminar. (3)



PSY *400. History of Psychology. (3)



PSY *405. Crisis Worker Practicum. (1 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



PSY 410 / 510. Advanced Health Psychology. (3)



PSY 411. Evidence-Based Treatment of Addictions. (3)



PSY 412. Applied Clinical Experience in Addictions Counseling (Field Work). (1-6 to a maximum of 9 Δ)



PSY 413 / 513. Emotion, Stress, and Health. (3)



PSY 421 / 521. Advanced Developmental Psychology. (3)



PSY 422. Child Language. (3)



PSY 430. Alcoholism. (3)



PSY 434. Behavior Therapies. (3)



PSY 436 / 536. Family Psychology. (3)



PSY 439 / 539. Child Psychopathology. (3)



PSY 450 / 650. Special Topics in Psychology. (1-3, no limit Δ)



PSY 454. Positive Psychology. (3)



PSY 455L. Positive Psychology Laboratory. (2)



PSY 465L. Gorilla Observation Laboratory. (3-4)



PSY 480L. Health Psychology Lab. (2)



PSY 491. Senior Honors Seminar. (3)



PSY 492. Senior Honors Seminar. (3)



PSY 499. Undergraduate Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



PSY 501. Advanced Statistics. (3)



PSY 502. Design and Analysis of Experiments. (3)



PSY 503L. Advanced Statistics Laboratory. (1)



PSY 504L. Design and Analysis of Experiments Laboratory. (1)



PSY 505. Research Seminar. (2)



PSY 506. Seminar in Mathematical Psychology. (3)



PSY 507. Teaching Seminar. (2)



PSY 510 / 410. Advanced Health Psychology. (3)



PSY 511. History and Systems of Psychology. (3)



PSY 513 / 413. Emotion, Stress, and Health. (3)



PSY 514. Health Psychology Interventions. (3)



PSY 515. Social Psychology of Health Promotion. (3)



PSY 521 / 421. Advanced Developmental Psychology. (3)



PSY 528. Seminar on Cognitive Development. (3)



PSY 532. Seminar in Psychopathology. (3)



PSY 533. Psychological Evaluation: Cognitive and Neuropsychology Functions. (3)



PSY 534. Psychological Evaluation Practicum. (3)



PSY 535. Psychological Evaluation: Personality Functions. (3)



PSY 536 / 436. Family Psychology. (3)



PSY 538. Introduction to Clinical Science. (3)



PSY 539 / 439. Child Psychopathology. (3)



PSY 540. Biological Bases of Behavior. (3)



PSY 541. Introduction to Functional Neuroimaging. (3)



PSY 542. Seminar in Recovery of Function and Epilepsy. (3)



PSY 547. Drugs and Behavior. (3)



PSY 551. Graduate Problems. (1-3, no limit Δ)



PSY 554. Positive Psychology. (3)



PSY 561. Cognitive Processes I. (3)



PSY 563. Seminar in Human Memory. (3)



PSY 565. Seminar in Thought and Language. (3)



PSY 569. Seminar in Psycholinguistics. (3, no limit Δ)



PSY 599. Master's Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)



PSY 600. Clinical Interviewing Practicum. (1-3 to a maximum of 3 Δ)



PSY 602. Pre-Clinical Practicum. (1)



PSY 603. Case Formulation Practicum. (3)



PSY 610. Case Conference Practicum. (1, no limit Δ)



PSY 630. Seminar in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. (3)



PSY 631. Psychotherapy Practicum. (1-3, no limit Δ)



PSY 634. Ethics and Professional Issues in Clinical Psychology. (3)



PSY 636. Diversity Multicultural Perspectives in Clinical Psychology. (3)



PSY 637. Empirically Supported Treatments. (3)



PSY 641. Seminar in Cognition, Brain and Behavior. (2, no limit Δ)



PSY 650 / 450. Special Topics in Psychology. (1-3, no limit Δ)



PSY 691. Clinical Internship. (1-6)



PSY 699. Dissertation. (3-12, no limit Δ)



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