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Seminar in Autism

Capstone experience that refines basic skills and concepts through an exploration of specific themes in psychological literature. Course work emphasizes analysis, synthesis, organization and oral communication. Students lead classroom discussions; active participation is essential. May be repeated as topics change. Prerequisites: Senior psychology major or permission of instructor. Fall, Spring.

Section: PSYC-495-02
Credits: 4
Faculty: Lawrence A Welkowitz
Days: MW
Times: 2:00PM‑3:45PM (MW)
Start/End Date: 08/29/22 - 12/16/22
Instruction Method: Discussion-based Seminar
Comments: Seminar in Autism covers causes and treatment approaches as wellas implications for social and government policy to help familiesand affected individuals. Emerging ideas related toneurodiversity, change vs. accommodation, and cultural changes inattitudes toward neurodevelopmental disabilities are discussed. Directed readings in Autism, discussion-based, writing based.

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