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William McCown
Professor
School of Behavioral & Social Sci
STRS 307
318-342-1105
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William G McCown, PhD
Professor, Communication
Psycholgy Program Coordinator

Education

Ph D

1989, Psychology
Loyola University Chicago

MA

1988, Psychology
Loyola University Chicago

BA

1978, Psychology, Chemistry,
Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio

Biographical Sketch

Bill McCown graduated from Kenyon College in Ohio and received his Master's and Doctorate in Psychology (Clinical) from Loyola University of Chicago. He completed an American Psychological Association-approved internship in  Child and Adult Clinical Psychology at Tulane Medical School Department of Neurology and Psychiatry. He is the co-author of eight books, numerous peer-reviewed publications, and reviews for several journals and publishers. His newest research interests involve psychotherapy and the liberal/conservative divide. 

Licensure & Certification

Licensed Psychologist-Clinical Subspecialty, Louisiana. (September 06 1998 - Present)
Licensed Psychologist, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. (October 03 1991 - Present)

Research Interests

Gambling, motivation, procrastination and addictions, political affiliations and mental health treatment..

Recent Publications

Chamberlain, L. L., McCown, W. G. Bridging the Liberal Conservative Gap in Counseling and Psychotherapy. London: Taylor and Francis.
Johnson, J. L., McCown, W. G. (2000). The SS-77 Revised: An Omnibus Measure of Symptoms for Windows. New Orleans, LA: Northshore Press.
Johnson, J. L., McCown, W. G. (1995). The SS-77: An Omnibus Measure of Symptoms. Los Angeles: Psychological Corporation.
Johnson, J. L., McCown, W. G. (1995). The SS-77: An Omnibus Measure of Symptoms: DOS Installation. Los Angeles, CA: Psychological Corporation.
Johnson, J. L., McCown, W. G. (2001). Terapia familiar de los trastornos neuroconductuales. Buenes Aires: Bibliotece de Psicologia.
McCown, W. G., Johnson, J. L. (1993). The Treatment Resistent Client: A Consultation Crisis Internvention Famiily Model. Binghamton, NY: Haworth.
McCown, W. G. (2004). Revised Manual for the SS-77. Slidell, LA: Northshore Press.
Frye, K., et al, ., McCown, W. G. (2013). Veterans aging in place behind bars: A structured living program that works. (pp. 79-86). Monroe: Psychological Services.
Ashworth, B. (2018). Trait procrastination, hoarding, and continuous performance attention scores (pp. 454-459). Berlin: Current Psychology.
McCown, W. G., Johnson, J. L. (1988). Validation of the Adult Inventory of Procrastination. New York: Society Proceedings, Personality Assessment.
Ashworth, B., McCown, W. (2018). Psychosis. Pineville, LA: Northeast Delta Crisis Intervention Team Training Manual.
Colvin, L. C., Alford, E. K., Kean, D. J., Anderson, J. F., McCown, W. (2013). Calculation of Torque Generated By A Swimmer's Arm During the Free-Style Swim Stroke (pp. 40). Monroe, Louisiana: ULM Press.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. (2012). Content Analyses of the Beliefs of Academic Procrastinators. London: Journal of Rational Emotiove Behaviour Therapy.
McCown, W., Howatt, W. (2007). Treating Gambling Disorders. New York: John Wiley and Sons.
Keiser, R. E., McCown, W. (2005). Color and Treatment Adherence of Recovering Substance Abusers in Group Psychodynamic Therapy. Barcelona: Abstracts from International Rorschach Congress/International Rorschach Society.
McCown, W. (2005). Nonpharmacological addictions (pp. 459-481). Hillsdale, NJ: Family Therapy Review/ Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. E. (2005). Predicting Compliance with Professional. Barcelona: Abstracts from International Rorschach Congress/International Rorschach Conference.
Keiser, R. E., McCown, W. (2005). Reinterpretation of the Comprehensive System Rorschach in terms of Thomistic Psychology. Barcelona: Abstracts from International Rorschach Congress/International Rorschach Society.
McCown, W. (2004). Gambling disorders: Assessment, treatment, and intervention (pp. 134-151). New York: Handbook of Addictive Disorders: A Practical Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment/ John Wiley & Sons.
McCown, W., Carson, G. (2004). Narcissism, perfectionism and self-termination from treatment in outpatient cocaine users (pp. 329-340). Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
McCown, W., Johnson, J. (2003). Crisis de la familia: Pasos para las familias que ayudan. Buenos Ares: Editores Medicos y Psicologicos.
Keiser, R. E., McCown, W., Watkins, T., Low, J. (2003). Space Responses Predict Relapse in Women Gamblers. Falls Church, VA: Abstracts of Society for Personality Assessment Midwinter Meetings/SPA.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. E. (2003). Texture Responses and Rapid Attrition from Self Help Treatment. Falls Church, VA: Abstracts of Society for Personality Assessment Midwinter Meetings/SPA.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. E. (2002). Addictions, Perceptions and Fantasy: The Use of Projective Techniques in Treatment Planning and Evaluation of Addicted and Substance Abusing Clients. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Keiser, R. E., McCown, W. (2002). An evaluation case study of incest, infanticide, and parricide? (pp. pg. 76). Abstracts of presentations at the Society for Personality Assessment 2002 Midwinter Meeting/Society for Personality Assessment.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. E. (2002). Can the Rorschach Serve to Identify People with Addictions (pp. pg.74). Falls Church, VA: Abstracts of presentations at the Society for Personality Assessment 2002 Midwinter Meeting/Society for Personality Assessment.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. E. (2002). Integrating the Rorschach with MCMI and MMPI in addiction treatment (pp. pg. 73). Falls Church, VA: Abstracts of presentations at the Society for Personality Assessment 2002 Midwinter Meeting/Society for Personality Assessment.
Baker, G., Wilkerson, K., McGahan, J., McCown, W., Williamson, D. (2002). Judgments about length, weight, and width covariation as a function of intelligence and depth of processing in elementary school children: A preliminary study (pp. 1109-1114). Psychological Reports.
Futch, G., Wilkerson, K., McGahan, J., McCown, W., Williamson, J. D. (2002). Judgments about length, weight, and width covariation as a function of intelligence and depth of processing in elementary school children: A preliminary study. Psychological Reports.
Keiser, R. E., McCown, W. (2002). Rorschach variables in people seeking addiction treatment (pp. pg. 75). Falls Church, VA: Abstracts of presentations at the Society for Personality Assessment 2002 Midwinter Meeting/Society for Personality Assessment.
McCown, W., Palmer, W. (2002). Empirical Evidence from EEG Studies that addictions represents a decrease in competitive neural and strange attractors. Portland: Annual Meeting: Society for chaos theory in behavioral and life sciences.
McCown, W., Zimmerman, K. (2002). Is addiction synonymous with R-K genetic landscape fitness maps? [Abstract]. Portland: Annual Meeting: Society for chaos theory in behavioral and life sciences.
McCown, W. (2002). Untreated addictive gambling women do not spontaneously recover when opportunities for gaming are restricted: A study of 300 cases [Abstract]. Dallas: Annual Meeting, National Society for Responsible Gaming.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. (2002). Can the Rorshach serve to identify people with addictions? [Abstract]. San Antonio: The annual scientific exchange, Society for Personality Assessment.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. (2002). Integrating the Rorschach with the MCMI III and MMPI 2 in providing optimal addictions treatment. San Antonio: Annual scientific exchange, Society for Personality Assessment.
McCown, W., Hutton, D. (2001). An inventory to measure college student gambling: Paper and pencil and computer versions [Abstract]. Las Vegas: Toward a Meaningful Diagnosis of Gambling Disorders, Harvard School of Addictions.
Keiser, R., McCown, W. (2001). The use of the Rorschach in differentiating gambling subtypes in women [Abstract]. Las Vegas: Toward a Meaningful Diagnosis of Gambling Disorders, Harvard School of Addictions.
Keiser, R. E., McCown, W. (2001). An inventory to measure gambling behaviors in college students. Cambridge, Ma: Towards Meaningful Diagnosis of Gambling Disorder: From Theory to Practice.
Keiser, R. E., McCown, W., Hutton, D. (2001). Feasibility of an International Repository of a Shared Rorschach Data Pool: Is it Time for a "Linux" Experience for Rorschachers (pp. pg. 93). Washington: Abstracts of presentations at the Society for Personality Assessment 2001 Annual Meetings.
Keiser, R. E., McCown, W. (2001). Rorschach protocols of women who engage in chronic video poker gambling (pp. pg. 94). Washington: Abstracts of presentations at the Society for Personality Assessment 2001 Annual Meetings/Society for Personality Assessment.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. (2001). Survival analysis as criteria measure for substance abuse treatment. Some statistical considerations from the School of Hard Sense Replications [Abstract]. Washington, DC: Abstracts of presentations at the society for personality assessement 2001 annual meetings: Society for Personality Assessment.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. E. (2001). Survival Analysis as criteria measure for substance abuse treatment: Some statistical considerations from the School of Hard Sense Replications (pp. pg. 135). Washington: Abstracts of presentations at the Society for Personality Assessment 2001 Annual Meetings/Society for Personality Assessment.
Keiser, R. E., McCown, W. (2001). The use of Rorschach in differentiating gambling subtypes in women (pp. pg. 6). Cambridge, MA: Towards Meaningful Diagnosis of Gambling Disorder: From Theory to Practice, Institute for Addiction and Research r Research on Pathological Gambling and Related Disorders, Harvard Medical School's Division on Gambling.
McCown, W., Chamberlain, L. (2000). Best possible odds: Innovative theory and treatment of gambling disorders. New York: Wiley.
Keiser, R. E., McCown, W. (2000). Characteristics of substance abusing professionals. Washington: Abstracts of presentations at the Society for Personality Assessment 2000 Annual Meetings.
Keiser, R., McCown, W. (2000). Personality characteristics of professionals who abuse addictive substances [Abstract]. Abstracts of the Annual Spring Scientific Conference, Society for Personality Assessment.
McCown, W., Dulaney, W. (1999). A factor analytic study of people who identify with the Grateful Dead Experience (pp. 184-193). Philadelphia: Perspectives on the Grateful Dead/ Greenwood.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. E. (1999). Cognitive psychology and chaos theory: Some possible clinical implications: Methods of measurement for clinicians. (pp. 55-70). Philadelphia: Taylor and Francis.
Palmer, J. A., McCown, W. (1999). Commentary on the law and bioeconomics of ethnic cooperation and conflict in plural societies of Southeast Asia: A theory of Chinese merchant success by Janet Landa. Journal of Bioeconomics.
Johnson, J., McCown, W. (1999). The manual for the symptom survey 77. Los Angeles: Psychological Corporation.
Palmer, J. A., McCown, W. (1999). The law and bioeconomics of ethic cooperation and conflict in plural societies of southeast Asia: A theory of Chinese merchant success: Comment (pp. 285-288). AH Dordrecht: Journal of Bioeconomics, Kluwer Academic Publishers.
McCown, W. (1999). Experimental research regarding the orthogonal relationship between avoidance and low conscientiousness as causes of procrastination [Abstract]. Toronto: Presentation at Conference on Counseling the Procrastinator in Academic Settings.
Keiser, R. E., McCown, W., Pollard, D. (1998). Differential responding to ethnic characteristics on the TAT between ethnic groups. Washington: Abstracts of presentations at the Society for Personality Assessment Midwinter Meetings.
McCown, W., Keiser, R., Roden, A., Borden-Roden, . (1998). Dimensions of impulsivity: A confirmatory factor analysis with behavioral correlates [Abstract] (pp. 121-123). Abstracts of the Annual Spring Scientific Conference, Society for Personality Assessment.
McCown, W., Palmer, J., Thornburgh, P. (1998). Impulsivity as an evolved conditional strategy [Abstract]. Program for the Tenth Annual Meeting of the Human Behavioral Evolutionary Society.
McCown, W., Chamberlain, L. (1998). Systems theory and chaos theory: Some possible clinical implications (pp. 71-77). Philadelphia: Chaos theory and nonlinear dynamics in behavioral sciences/ Taylor and Francis.
Keiser, R., McCown, W. G. (1998). Instructor's guide to Family Therapy of Neurobehavioral Disorder. New York, NY: Haworth.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. E. (1997). Complex trait-treatment-interaction analysis demonstrates nonlinear personality change. Washington: Abstracts of presentations at the Society for Personality Assessment Midwinter Meetings.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. E., Roden, A., Roden, A. (1997). Dimensions of impulsivity, A confirmatory factor analysis with behavioral correlates. Washington: Abstracts of presentations at the Society for Personality Assessment Midwinter Meetings.
Johnson, J., McCown, W. (1997). Family therapy of neurobehavioral disorders. New York: Haworth.
Palmer, J., McCown, W., Kerby, D. (1997). Is their adaptive significance to short term serotonergic deficits? [Abstract] (pp. 34-35). Proceedings of the Human Behavioral Evolutionary Society.
Keiser, R. E., McCown, W., Mulhearn, A. S., Williamson, J. D. (1997). Relationship of primary personality variables and preference for bass enhanced music (pp. 547-573). Personality and Individual Differences.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. (1997). Chaos Theory and Nonlinear Dynamics: Some clinical considerations. Washington: Taylor and Francis..
Felton, T., McCown, W., Hartson, J. (1997). The Hartson Teacher Data Form: A DSM-IV based ADHD questionnaire (pp. 134). Abstracts of the Annual Spring Scientific Conference, Society for Personality Assessment.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. (1997). The Mathematical Procedure of Complex trait-treatment-interaction analysis demonstrates nonlinear personality changes [Abstract] (pp. 17-19). Abstracts of the Annual Spring Scientific Conference, Society for Personality Assessment.
McCown, W., Force, R., Roden, A. (1997). The Symptom Survey 77: Comprehensive study of reliabilities and validities [Abstract] (pp. 57). Abstracts of the Annual Spring Scientific Conference, Society for Personality Assessment.
Oliver, P., Minder, C., Williamson, J., McCown, W. (1997). Procrastination and self-esteem as variables of a weight management program [Abstract]. Forth Worth, TX: Presentation at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association.
McCown, W. (1996). Discriminating phencyclidine psychosis from acute schizophrenia with the Rorschach [Abstract] (pp. 131). Boston: Proceedings of the International Rorschach Conference.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. E., Williamson, J. D. (1996). Factorial structure of coping deficit index: A confirmatory factor analysis of its unity (pp. 203). Washington: Abstracts of presentations at the XV International Congress of Rorschach and Projective Methods.
Keiser, R. E., McCown, W. (1996). Skinner's Verbal Summator: New tricks for the old dog. (pp. 75-77). Washington State: Abstracts of presentations at the Society for Personality Assessment 1996 Annual Meetings..
Butz, M., Chamberlain, L., McCown, W. (1996). Strange Attractors: Chaos, Complexity, and the Art of Family Therapy. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons.
McCown, W., Keiser, R. E. (1996). Use of the Rorschach to identify phencyclidine (PCP) psychosis in acute emergency psychiatric hospitalizations (pp. 340P). Arlington, VA: Abstracts of presentations at the XV International Congress of Rorschach and Projective Methods.
Ferrari, J., Johnson, J., McCown, W. (1995). Procrastination and task avoidance: Theory, research, and treatment. New York: Plenum.
Keiser, R., McCown, W., Futch, G., Williamson, D. (1995). What is the DEPI? A factor analytic study of the Depression Index. [Abstract] (pp. 212). Proceedings of the International Rorschach Conference.
Ferrari, J., McCown, W. (1994). Procrastination tendencies among obsessive compulsives and their relatives (pp. 162-167). Journal of Clinical Psychology.
McCown, W., Vanderberg, G. (1994). Treating the impulsive patient body of knowledge (pp. 1075-1077). Hospital and Community Psychiatry.
Johnson, J., McCown, W. (1994). What managed care can learn from behavioral sciences. New York: Global Business Health, Inc.
Pomara, N., Deptula, D., McCown, W., Hoechst Pharmaceutical Cognitive Research Team, . (1993). The effects of HP-029 on Alzheimer's disease (pp. 222). San Juan, Puerto Rico: Annual Conference, Psychopharmacology of Alzheimer's.
McCown, W., Johnson, J. (1993). Addictive behaviors and substance abuse: an overview (pp. 437-450). New York: Comprehensive handbook of psychopathology/ Plenum Press.
McCown, W., Galina, H., Johnson, J., DeSimone, P., Posa, J. (1993). Borderline personality disorder and laboratory-induced cold pressor pain: Evidence of stress-induced analgesia (pp. 87-95). Journal of Psychopathology and Behavior Assessment.
Ferrari, J., McCown, W. G., Patanio, W. (1993). Experiencing satisfaction and stress as an AIDS care provider: The AIDS cargiver scale a measure of AIDS caregiver stress (pp. 295-310). Evaluation and the Health Professions.
McCown, W., DeSimone, P. (1993). Impulses, impulsivity and impulsive behaviors: A historical review of a contemporary issue (pp. 278-308). Washington, DC: The impulsive client: Theory, research, and treatment/ American Psychological Association Press.
Fink, A., McCown, W. (1993). Impulsiveness in children and adolescents: Measurement, causes, and treatment (pp. 278-308). Washington, DC: The impulsive client: Theory, research, and treatment/ American Psychological Association Press.
Touchet, M., Shure, M., McCown, W. (1993). Interpersonal cognitive problem solving as prevention and treatment of impulsive behaviors (pp. 387-404). Washington, DC: The impulsive client: Theory, research, and treatment/ American Psychological Association Press.
McCown, W., Johnson, J., Shure, M. (1993). The impulsive client: Theory, research, and treatment. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Press.
Kushon, D., McCown, W., Dietre, C., Posa, J. (1992). Alopecia areata and stressful life events (pp. 231-246). Philadelphia: Disfiguring skin diseases: social and psychiatric aspects/ Lippincott.
McCown, W., Fink, A., Galina, A., Johnson, J. (1992). Effects of laboratory-induced controllable and uncontrollable stress on Rorschach variables m and Y (pp. 564-573). Journal of Personality Assessment.
McCown, W. G., Johnson, J. L. (1991). Academic affiliations of private psychology practitioners (pp. 161-184). Psychotherapy and Private Practice.
McCown, W. (1991). Contributions of a three factor theory of personality to individual and group HIV-prevention education (pp. 322-327). Personality and Individual Differences.
McCown, W., Johnson, J. (1991). Personality and chronic procrastination by university students during an academic examination period (pp. 662-667). Personality and Individual Differences.
Johnson, J., Matthews, L., McCown, W. (1991). Story-telling in dementia (pp. 197). Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology.
McCown, W. G., Johnson, J. (1991). The basic HIV disease knowledge questionnaire; A Rasch-scaled instrument to measure essential HIV knowledge (pp. 543-549). Psychological Reports.
McCown, W., Carise, D., Johnson, J. (1991). Trait procrastination in adult children of alcohol abusers (pp. 121-134). Journal of Social Behavior and Personality.
Foulks, E., McCown, W., Sutker, P. (1990). Neuropsychological testing of homeless mentally ill veterans (pp. 672-673). Hospital and Community Psychiatry.
McCown, W., Johnson, J. (1989). Procrastination: A principal components analysis (pp. 197-202). Personality and Individual Differences.
McCown, W. (1989). The relationship between impulsivity, empathy, and involvement in twelve step self-help substance treatment groups (pp. 391-393). British Journal of Addictions.
McCown, W., Dewolfe, A., Shack, J., Maier, R. (1989). The role of method of stimulus presentation in research on recognition of facial affect (pp. 1095-1099). Perceptual and Motor Skills.
McCown, W., Johnson, J., Austin, S., Shefsky, M. (1988). Decoding of facial affects by parents of chronic schizophrenics (pp. 91-94). Psychotherapy and Private Practice.
McCown, W., Johnson, J. (1988). Difficulties in securing conference reprints (Invited paper) (pp. 181-189). Journal of Social Behavior and Personality.
McCown, W. (1988). Multi-impulsive personality disorder and multiple substance abuse: Evidence from self-help groups (pp. 91-94). British Journal of Addictions.
McCown, W., Johnson, J., Austin, S. (1988). Patterns of errors in delinquents' comparative inability to decode facial affects (pp. 215-221). Journal of Social Behavior and Personality.
McCown, W., Johnson, J., Silverman, N., Austin, S. (1988). Social interest and recognition of facial affects of emotion (pp. 41-48). Individual Psychology.
McCown, W., Petzel, T., Rupert, P. (1987). An experimental study of some hypothesized behaviors and personality variables of college student procrastinators (pp. 71-79). Personality and Individual Differences.
McCown, W., Johnson, J., Musick, J. (1987). Factor analytic study in the decision-making process of court-ordered psychotherapy by probation officers (pp. 6-15). Social Science and Behavioral Documents.
McCown, W. (1986). Behavior of chronic college student procrastinators: An experimental study (pp. 133). Social Science and Behavioral Documents.
McCown, W., Johnson, J., Austin, J. (1986). Inability of delinquents to decode facial expressions of emotion (pp. 91-97). Journal of Social Behavior and Personality.
McCown, W., Johnson, J. (1986). Psychopathology in security guards (pp. 41-46). Journal of Security Administration.

Research Grants

McCown, W. G., "Association for Psychological Science Teaching Grant" (Pending Funding Decision), Sponsored By Association for Psychological Science, External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $4902. (August 16 2023 - June 15 2024).
McCown, W. G., "ULM Opportunity Grant" (Funded), Sponsored By ULM Opportunity Fund, The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $2743. (January 22 2023 - July 01 2023).
McCown, W. G. (Principal), "Open Educational Resource Text Development" (Funded), Sponsored By LA Board of Regents, External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $5,800. (January 03 2020 - March 04 2021).

Awards & Honors

June 2019 Invited Address.

May 2018 Psychologist of the Year.

May 2010 Outstanding Researcher, 2010.

January 2007 Fellow.

April 2000 Omicron Delta Kappa.

September 1984 Presidential Fellow.

April 1984 Illinois Psychological Graduate Student Association Student Award.

May 1978 Phi Beta Kappa.

Courses Taught

COUN 5062Assess:methods/Measures, 4 course(s)

PSYC 2001INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY, 12 course(s)

PSYC 2003CHILD PSYCHOLOGY, 4 course(s)

PSYC 2005ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY, 3 course(s)

PSYC 2010HONORS PSYCHOLOGY, 2 course(s)

PSYC 2078DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 10 course(s)

PSYC 3001EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, 1 course(s)

PSYC 3015LEARNING AND MOTIVATION, 2 course(s)

PSYC 3039INTRO TO RESEARCH METHODS, 4 course(s)

PSYC 4000PSYCHOLOGY LABORATORY, 4 course(s)

PSYC 4001ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY, 22 course(s)

PSYC 4003EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN & YOUTH, 1 course(s)

PSYC 4006PERSONALITY, 11 course(s)

PSYC 4007HISTORY AND SYSTEMS, 8 course(s)

PSYC 4010HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY, 1 course(s)

PSYC 4011ADVANCED TOPICS, 1 course(s)

PSYC 4039STATISTICS, 4 course(s)

PSYC 4051PSYCH TESTING AND MEASUREMENT, 1 course(s)

PSYC 4098UNGRAD PSYCHOLOGY INTERNSHIP, 8 course(s)

PSYC 4099ADV GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY, 9 course(s)

PSYC 5002SOCIAL COGNITION, 2 course(s)

PSYC 5003ADVANCED CHILD PSYCHOLOGY, 1 course(s)

PSYC 5009INTELLIGENCE TESTING, 3 course(s)

PSYC 5011INDIVIDUAL TESTING, 5 course(s)

PSYC 5015PSYCHOPATHOLOGY, 15 course(s)

PSYC 5018PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT, 7 course(s)

PSYC 5022QUANTITATIVE METH/BEHAV SCI, 1 course(s)

PSYC 5023RESEARCH METHODS, 1 course(s)

PSYC 5028SEMIN/CONTEMPORARY ISSUES/PSYC, 3 course(s)

PSYC 5052BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION, 4 course(s)

PSYC 5071BASIC PSYCHOTHERAPY, 9 course(s)

PSYC 5082PSYCHO-ED DIAGNOS/INTERVENTION, 1 course(s)

PSYC 5091PRACTICUM IN PSYCHOLOGY, 7 course(s)

PSYC 5092INTERNSHIP IN PSYC SERVICES, 19 course(s)

PSYC 5097INDEPENDENT RESEARCH, 17 course(s)

PSYC 5099THESIS, 16 course(s)

SOCL 1001INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY, 2 course(s)

SOCL 4071SOCIAL STATISTICS, 6 course(s)