List A and List B Courses

The bluebook lists only the list A / B courses that are offered during the current academic year. For a more complete list of courses that count as List A / B, see the table below. Only psychology courses can count for these list A / B requirements.

Note that students are expected to take at least one course from each list as early as possible, normally within the first two semesters after declaring the major.

Core courses (100-level courses that end in zero) are highlighted in bold. Note that you must take one core course from each of the two lists before you graduate.

List    Course Number and Description                                                

A        123        Psychology, biology & politics of food 

A        125        Child Development 

A        126        Attraction & close relationships 

A        127        Early childhood Methods 

A        128        Language, literacy, and play

A        131        Human Emotion

A        140        Developmental Psychology

A        150        Social Psychology

A        152        Moralities of Everyday Life

A        165        Personality Psychology

A        180        Abnormal Psychology

A        181        Philosophy and the Science of Human Nature

A        182        Perspectives on Human Nature

A        194        Educational Psychology

A        231        Research Methods in Happiness

A        250        Research Methods in Clinical Psychology

A        260        Research Methods in Behavioral Genetics

A        306        Nature, Nurture, and Human Behavior

A        314        Political Psychology

A        315        The Modern Unconscious

A        317        Psychology of Culture

A        319        Health Psychology

A        325        Social Development 

A        325        Moral Psychology

A        330        Psychology and the Law

A        332        Political Psychology

A        341        Emotions & social functioning 

A        342        Psychology of Gender 

A        343        Function/dysfunction

A        355        Clinical Psychology in the Community 

A        356        Clinical Psychology in the Community

A        363        Love and Attachment 

B        120        Brain & Thought: An Intro to the Human Brain 

B        130        Intro to Cognitive Science

B        137        Language and Mind 

B        147        Animal Models of Clinical Disorders

B        149        Language Abilities in Animals

B        160        Human Neuroscience

B        149        Drugs, Brain, and Behavior

B        170        Behavioral Neuroscience

B        171        Sex, Evolution, and Human Nature 

B        176        Basics of Learning & Memory 

B        220        Research Methods in Psycholinguistics 

B        230        Res. Methods in Human Neuroscience

B        240        Res. Meth in Conditioning & Learning 

B        260        Res. Meth in Behavioral Genetics

B        270        Res. Meth in Behavioral Neuroscience

B        301        Thinking

B        304        Mental Lives of Babies and Animals

B        311        Affective Neuroscience

B        318        General Phonetics 

B        320        Cognitive Neuroscience

B        321        Psychopharmacology

B        327        Language and Computation

B        331        Neurolinguistics 

B        337        Mapping the Human Brain

B        338        Neuropsychology of Aging

B        350        Autism and related disorders

B        360        Topics in Syntax: Syntax-Semantics Interface 

B        362        Topics in Syntax: SLI

B        371        Animal Cognition 

B        376        Basics of Learning and Memory

B        391        Current Topics in Cognitive Science

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