PSY 493 - Capstone Seminar

  • 3 credits
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Special, controversial, and emerging topics in psychology, considered in the context of foundational knowledge and principles from the field. Senior standing.

This course can be applied toward:

Prerequisite

PSY 210 (Psychology of the Individual in Context) and PSY 250 (Research Design and Analysis I) and PSY 252 (Mind, Brain and Behavior).

Instructors

Sara Tompkins

sara.tompkins@colostate.edu

Sara Anne Tompkins received her Ph.D. in social psychology with a health emphasis in 2006 from Colorado State University. She completed her post doc at University of Colorado looking at adherence to physical activity interventions in sedentary populations. She is a teaching faculty at Colorado State University and owns an evaluation consulting business to help non-profits better understand and effectively use evaluation in their daily community efforts.

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