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257_W2011_Rehman (2) - Psychology 257 Psychopathology...

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Psychology 257: Psychopathology Arts Lecture Hall (AL), Room 116 Winter 2011 Instructor: Instructor Office Hours: Dr. Uzma Rehman Thursdays 4:00-5:00pm and by  Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology  appointment Office: PAS 3015 E-Mail: [email protected]      Phone: (519) 888-4567 x38361             Teaching Assistants and Office Hours: Tania Bielak Office: PAS 3214 E-Mail:  [email protected] Office Hours: Wednesday 10:45-11:45am and  by appointment Jen Boyd Office: PAS 3206 E-Mail:  [email protected] Office Hours: Thursdays 11am-noon and  by appointment   Randall Gillis Office: PAS 3029 E-Mail:  [email protected] Office Hours: Thursdays 1-2pm and  by appointment   Andrea Nelson Office: PAS 3285 E-Mail:  [email protected] Office Hours: Wednesday 1-2pm and  by appointment   Anisha Varghese  [email protected] Psych 257 Course Outline 2011 1 There will be a discussion forum on the  course website in UW-ACE where your  TAs will respond publicly to all course- related questions that are posted.  If your question has not been answered  after you have posted it on the discussion  board or if you have a private query,  please use the UW-ACE mailing system. It is your responsibility to check the  "Announcements" page and previous  posts in the discussion forum before  posting a question, as your question may  have already been addressed in the  forum.
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Office: PAS 3027 E-Mail:  [email protected]   Office Hours: Friday noon-1pm and  by appointment   Required Text: Abnormal Psychology: An Integrative  Approach, Second Canadian Edition.  Toronto: Nelson Publishing. This required textbook is available for purchase at the campus bookstore.   Course Content: This course offers an introduction to understanding, defining, assessing, and treating mental illness  from a psychological perspective.  Course material will focus primarily on adult disorders, although  there will be some discussion of disorders of childhood.  We will examine various categories of  abnormal behaviour (e.g., anxiety, mood, and eating disorders) as well as clinical methods including  assessment, diagnosis, and intervention.  In the tradition of the scientist-practitioner model,  empirically-supported  models of psychopathology and treatment will be emphasized, as will the  interplay between clinical research and practice. Primary Learning Outcomes:  
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