Disorders of Anxiety (A)
Provides students with a solid foundation in the DSM anxiety (and anxiety-related) disorders, focusing on presentation and correlates, as well as etiological formulations and treatments associated with multiple theoretical perspectives. Readings include journal articles, case studies, and empirically supported treatment guides; class activities include role-plays and treatment demonstrations. Open to juniors and seniors only, with priority given to psychology majors. Prerequisite: PSY 105 and consent of instructor. One course.