2010 - 2011 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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psychology psychology psy m20 – 3 units intimacy relationships and commitment psy m60a-z – 0.5 to 3 units topics in psychology prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture prerequisites to be determined class hours to be determined explores theoretical historical cross-cultural interdisciplinary and personal perspectives of committed relationships reviewing various perspectives on marriage and the family considers sex roles socialization sexuality the single life marriage parenting dual-career families and conflicts in relationships separation divorce remarriage and alternative choices same course as soc m04 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc each course deals with a specific topic not covered in general offerings when offered each course is announced in the semester’s schedule of classes transfer credit determined by transfer institution developed topics include psy m60a – 1 unit biofeedback theory and technique psy m22a/b – 1 to 3 units independent studies in psychology prerequisites none class hours 1 lecture prerequisites a previous course in psychology class hours 1 to 3 as arranged allows an independent project approved by instructor and dean to expand knowledge of psychology through research lab work or field trips includes oneon-one work with instructor may be taken for a maximum of six 6 units applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc determined after admission introduces theory research and practical applications of biofeedback provides academic discussion as well as practical training on biofeedback equipment only offered credit/no-credit provider approved by the california board of registered nursing provider number cep2811 for 15 contact hours applies to associate degree transfer credit csu psy m25 – 3 units forensic psychology psy m60c – 3 units altered states of consciousness prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture assesses the roles and responsibilities of forensic psychology and forensic psychologists within the legal system among the topics explored are the psychology of criminal behavior psychological assessment and testing selected techniques of forensic investigation eyewitness identification procedures interviewing interrogations and confessions juvenile delinquency and justice insanity and competency psychology and the courts psychology of the jury trail consultation and correctional psychology applies to associate degree transfer credit csu discusses the meaning of consciousness and related concepts topics include introspection split-brain research daydreaming and stream of consciousness and altered states of sleep and dreaming hypnosis meditation and drugs provider approved by the california board of registered nursing provider number cep 2811 for 45 contact hours applies to associate degree transfer credit csu psy m30 – 3 units psychological aspects of aging prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture psy m60v – 3 units the vietnam war prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture examines circumstances leading to american involvement in vietnam the war itself and the resulting consequences uses literature and film to explore historic psychological and pop-cultural perspectives same course as hist m60v and hum m60 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc explores psychodynamic behaviors over the life span focusing on the development and psychological needs of the aging adult as well as others’ responses to these needs provider approved by the california board of registered nursing provider number cep2811 for 45 contact hours applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc psy/soc m09 and psy m30 combined maximum credit one course psy m80 – 1 to 4 units internship in psychology prerequisites completion of or concurrent enrollment in one course in the discipline class hours 3 to 33 work experience hours as arranged psy m40 – 3 units introduction to industrial/organizational and human factors psychology provides on-the-job learning to enhance coursework under the direct supervision of faculty and industry supervisors both supervisors provide feedback and written evaluations some meetings and workshops may be required as part of the course to take this course contact the career transfer center 805 378-1536 may be taken for a total of four 4 times for credit same course as wexp m20 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu prerequisites none recommended prep psy m01/m01h class hours 3 lecture overview of the related fields of industrial/organizational psychology and human factors psychology focuses on applying psychological theories and principles to real world human/work systems representative topics include the psychological aspects of personnel selection training gender issues multicultural issues crosscultural issues psychological testing motivation group dynamics leadership organizational climate job satisfaction job design safety ergonomics and human/system interaction applies to associate degree transfer credit csu moorpark college catalog 2010/11 243 course listing