Abnormal Psychology

PSYC - 2110

3 Credits

This course examines a wide range of psychological and behavioral problems including theories of their causation. Emphasis is placed on evidence and problems in connection with theories of treatment ranging from Freudian analysis to learning theory. (Prerequisite: PSYC 2010) Lecture: 3 hours

Core Learning Outcomes (Course Level)
Abnormal Psychology
Course Learning Outcomes: After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

1.  Knowledge Base: Demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of the key terms, principles, findings, historical trends, theories, and notable individuals who have contributed to the field of Abnormal Psychology.

2.  Application: Demonstrate your ability to apply your knowledge of psychological principles and concepts to real-life cases and issues.

3.  Critical Thinking: Demonstrate your ability to critically evaluate claims, research, and controversial issues using scientific reasoning, evidence, and your knowledge and understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the research and assessment methods used in Psychology.

4.  Diversity: Demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of differences across individuals, gender, race, and socio-cultural membership.

 Updated April 17, 2019. Will appear in syllabi of all sections Fall 2019


Contact Information

Raymond Kilduff, Ph. D.
Department Chair
Lincoln Campus
Tel: 401-333-7253
Warwick Campus
Tel: 401-825-2224
Fax: 401-825-2370

Chair's Office:

Lincoln Campus #2358
Warwick Campus #3095

Sharyn Vicente
Web Content Manager
Administrative Assistant
Lincoln Campus
Tel: 401-333-7262

Lauren Nagel
Web Content Manager
Administrative Assistant
Warwick Campus
Fax: 401-825-2370

Last Updated: 4/23/19