Mark F. Stasson, Department of Psychology

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Courses for Fall, 2013
     General Psychology (PSYC 100) - Internet-Based independent course
     Academic and Career Pathways (Psyc 250) - Lecture Section
     Social Psychology (PSYC 336) - Independent Study Section
     History & Systems (PSYC 405) - Lecture Section
     Advanced Social Psychology and Applications (PSYC 603) - Lecture Section (co-instructor)

Ongoing: Register at any time through individualized agreement form
     Research Internship in Applied Social Psychology: Undergrad-PSYC 360 or PSYC 399; Graduate-PSYC 660

Upcoming Courses: 2014 and Beyond

     General Psychology (PSYC 100) - Internet-Based independent course
     Social Psychology (PSYC 336) - Independent Study and/or Lecture Section
      Environmental Psychology (PSYC 387/Psyc 687) - Lecture Section
     History & Systems (PSYC 405) - Lecture Section
     Academic and Career Pathways in Psychology (Psyc 250) - Lecture Section

     Data Analysis in the Behavioral Sciences (PSYC 307) - Lecture Section
     Attitudes and Social Influence (PSYC 604) - Lecture Section     
     Applied Research Design and Analysis (PSYC 610) - Lecture Section

        In the past, I have also taught topics courses in Social Psychology (e.g., attitudes; social judgment and
decision-making; comtemporary issues; etc.), Group Dynamics (undergraduate), Research Design and
Analysis (graduate), Advanced Statistics (graduate), and Honors in Psychology (undergraduate).  I've also
made presentations on the use of technology and the Internet in teaching applications of statistics.

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