Introduction

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Psychology is defined as the scientific study of behavior and mental processes, which requires precise observation, experimentation, and explanations, along with a deep understanding and compassion for human beings. Accordingly, the Department of Psychology provides students with a broad-based education in psychology from both a theoretical and applied perspective, thereby preparing them for careers in counseling, teaching, consulting, marketing, industry, social work, research, government agencies, and clinical practice.

The department consists of the following majors: clinical psychology, social psychology, criminal psychology, research techniques in psychology, counseling psychology, cognitive psychology, neuropsychology, experimental psychology, cognitive engineering psychology, and developmental psychology.

If you need for the further information, please refer to the Psychology web page (http://knupsy.ac.kr).



Courses
Undergraduate
Study Area Course Number Course Title Credit/ Hour
  PSYC211 Psychopathology 3-3-0
  PSYC212 Psychological Assessment 3-3-0
  PSYC213 Group Therapy 3-2-2
  PSYC214 Psychotherapy 3-3-0
  PSYC215 Practicum in Clinical Psychology 3-2-2
  PSYC216 Developmental Psychopathology 3-3-0
PSYC217 Advanced Psychological Design 3-3-0
  PSYC231 Neuropsychology Assessment 3-2-2
PSYC232 Sensation and Perception and Practice 3-2-2
  PSYC322 Psychology of Personality 3-3-0
  PSYC332 Modern Social Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC341 Psychology of Learning 3-3-0
  PSYC342 Cognitive Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC344 Cognitive Development 3-3-0
  PSYC361 Developmental Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC423 Counseling Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC435 Industrial &Organizational Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC436 Adolescent Development 3-3-0
  PSYC438 Criminal Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC443 Brain and Behavior 3-3-0
  PSYC513 Clinical Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC514 Health Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC516 Advertisement &Consumer Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC562 Psychology of Aging 3-3-0
  PSYC564 Counseling for Family Problems 3-3-0
  PSYC595 Engineering Psychology and Design 3-3-0
  PSYC596 Psychological Experiments and Computer Practice 3-2-2
Graduate
Study Area Course Number Course Title Credit/ Hour
  PSYC714 Psychodiagnosis 3-3-0
  PSYC715 Projective Test 3-3-0
  PSYC721 Psychoanalytic Theory 3-3-0
PSYC723 Psychopathology and Advanced Counseling Theories 3-3-0
  PSYC732 Experimental Social Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC733 Theories of Attitude and Attitude Change 3-3-0
  PSYC734 Person Perception and Social Cognition 3-3-0
  PSYC735 Community Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC741 Human Memory 3-3-0
  PSYC743 Human Cognitive Process 3-3-0
  PSYC744 Psycholinguistics 3-3-0
  PSYC752 Advanced Psychology in Perception 3-3-0
  PSYC753 Advanced Stastistics in Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC761 Theories of Child Development 3-3-0
  PSYC762 Current Research in Developmental Psychology 3-3-0
PSYC771 Advances in Physiological Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC772 Advanced Neuropsychological Test 3-3-0
  PSYC782 Advances in Consumer Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC783 Advances in Group Dynamics 3-3-0
  PSYC785 Practice on Clinical Interview 3-3-0
PSYC799 Thesis : Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC913 Behavior Therapy 3-3-0
  PSYC914 Seminar in Clinical Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC915 Psychological Assessment 3-3-0
  PSYC916 Psychosocial Rehabilitation Therapy 3-3-0
  PSYC917 Advanced Experimental Design 3-3-0
  PSYC921 Seminar in Family Therapy 3-3-0
  PSYC924 Psychoanalytic Therapy 3-3-0
  PSYC925 Cognitive Therapy 3-3-0
  PSYC926 Advances in Personality 3-3-0
  PSYC931 Seminar in Social Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC932 Seminar in Human Relation 3-3-0
  PSYC933 Special Topics in Person Perception and Social Cognition 3-3-0
  PSYC943 Methods in Experimental Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC946 Measurements and Assessments in Development 3-3-0
  PSYC947 Seminar in Cognitive-Cyber Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC948 Advances in Cognitive Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC949 Neuropsycholgy 3-3-0
  PSYC950 Advances in Psychometric 3-3-0
  PSYC951 Research Techniques in Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC952 Multivariance Analysis 3-3-0
  PSYC953 Seminar in Cognitive Engineering Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC954 Advanced Psychometic 3-3-0
  PSYC955 Seminar in Perception and Attention 3-3-0
  PSYC956 Research Methods in Perception 3-3-0
  PSYC959 Seminar on Cognitive Aging 3-3-0
  PSYC960 Proseminar in Geropsychology 3-3-0
  PSYC961 Seminar in Cognitive Development 3-3-0
  PSYC964 Seminar in Reality Therapy 3-3-0
  PSYC965 Seminar on Criminal Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC967 Seminar in Psychoanalysis 3-3-0
  PSYC968 Existential Therapy 3-3-0
  PSYC969 Gestalt Therapy 3-3-0
  PSYC970 Seminar in Gestalt Therapy 3-3-0
  PSYC972 Advances in Abnormal Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC973 Research Methods in Counseling Pschology 3-3-0
  PSYC974 Seminar in Counseling Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC975 Person-Centered Therapy 3-3-0
  PSYC976 Seminar in Person-Centered Therapy 3-3-0
  PSYC977 Advances in Developmental Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC978 Advances in Theories of learnaing 3-3-0
  PSYC981 Seminar in Industrial and Organizational Psychology 3-3-0
PSYC982 Group Processes 3-3-0
  PSYC983 Seminar in Consumer Psychology 3-3-0
PSYC999 Dissertation : Psychology 3-3-0
Community & Cyber Psychology
Study Area Course Number Course Title Credit/ Hour
POIN799 Thesis 3-3-0
POIN862 Psychology of Everyday Life 3-3-0
POIN863 Research Methods in Psychology 3-3-0
  POIN865 Public Mental Hygiene 3-3-0
  POIN867 Mental Processes in Old Age 3-3-0
  POIN868 Aging in Contemporary Society 3-3-0
  POIN872 Group Dynamics and Localism 3-3-0
POIN873 Cyber Psychology 3-3-0
  POIN875 Theory and Prctice of Group Counseling 3-3-0
  POIN877 Child &Adolescent Psychopathology 3-3-0
  POIN878 Crime &Abnormal Behavior in Cyber Psychology 3-3-0
  POIN882 Seminar in Child &Adolescent Problem 3-3-0
  PSYC722 Advances in Counseling Theories 3-3-0
  PSYC723 Psychopathology and Advanced Counseling Theories 3-3-0
  PSYC735 Community Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC912 Psychological Assessment 3-3-0
  PSYC916 Psychosocial Rehabilitation Therapy 3-3-0
  PSYC918 Rehabilitation Psychology 3-3-0
  PSYC919 Medical or Health Policy 3-3-0
  PSYC949 Neuropsycholgy 3-3-0
  PSYC965 Seminar on Criminal Psychology 3-3-0