Graduate Courses

Below is a list of graduate courses offered by the Department of Psychological Sciences in the Student Administration System. Current students can access a visual display of the weekly graduate course calendar on SharePoint.

Please note that Student Admin and the Graduate Catalog have the full listing of all courses, including practicum, research teams/groups, and independent study. Changes with days/times and classroom locations may occur between now and the start of the semester. Check with instructors to confirm course information is accurate.

PSYC Courses

Academic Year 2022-2023

5441. Language Modality, Neural Plasticity, and Development

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: Open to graduate students in PSYC, LING, SLHS; others with consent of Instructor.

Grading Basis: Graded

An integrative approach that reveals the contribution of sign language research to the understanding of human neural plasticity. Diverse research programs and methodologies (e.g., emerging languages, neuroimaging) are combined with behavioral studies (e.g., cognitive psychology) to address the effects of variable language experiences on language development, cognitive development, and neural organization for language.