PSY 331: Health Psychology

Incorporates a bio-psychosocial approach to understanding human wellness and health-promoting and health-compromising behaviors. Theories used by health psychologists are used to explore topics such as stress, chronic illness/disease, pain and lifestyle behaviors, and are applied to the promotion and maintenance of health and the prevention and treatment of illness. Prerequisites: PSY 110. NS, CD


PSY 115: Understanding Statistics

Introduction to statistical procedures and their application to research in the behavioral sciences. Topics include descriptive and inferential statistics, measures of central tendency, variation, standardized distributions, correlation, regression and prediction and hypothesis testing, including one- and two-way analyses of variance. Prerequisite: MAT 096/099 or math placement exam. NS

MAT 115: Introductory Statistics

A course in basic statistical concepts and techniques for the non-mathematics major. Topics include descriptive statistics, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability theory, standardized probability distributions, correlation and regression, inferential statistics, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing and analysis of variance. Prerequisite: 098/100 or math placement exam results. NS