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EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

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EDPSY 302 Child Development and Learning (5) SSc
Uses readings, discussions, naturalistic observations, and "virtual" children to understand the different ways children develop - physically, cognitively, social-emotionally, in language and literacy, and in approaches to learning - during early childhood, the interplay between each of these domains and the environmental context, and the theories about the developmental mechanisms underlying these changes.
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EDPSY 305 Applied Child Development and Learning (5) SSc
Examination of the latest research on brain development in early childhood and the application of this knowledge in the creation of learning environments that promote physical, language, cognitive, social, and emotional development. The roles of family, classroom, and community provide context to build relationships that support each child's development.
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EDPSY 380 Adult Learning and Development (5) SSc
Examination of current research and practice in the field of adult education, learning, and development.
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EDPSY 404 Adolescent Development (5)
Students use readings, discussion, and interview data to understand adolescent development. Discusses multiple domains of development, as well as the contextually situated nature of adolescence. Highlights implications for educators, policy makers, and others who serve the needs of adolescents throughout the course.
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EDPSY 406 Learning and Teaching in our Changing World: Insights from Experience and Research (5) SSc
Human learning in the educational setting. Cognition, development, learning, motivation, affective processes, and socialization. Emphasis on skills in influencing classroom learning and discipline.
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EDPSY 420 Bullying, Revenge, and Belonging: Cultural Perspectives on Social Power (4) SSc, DIV
Examines theories and research on bullying, revenge, and bystander behavior with a particular focus on cultural norms. Identifies the institutional, social, emotional, and ethical characteristics and processes that support exploitive relationships, revenge and their inclusive alternatives. Practical interventions are presented and evaluated.
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EDPSY 490 Basic Educational Statistics (3) NSc, RSN
Concepts include measurement scales, central tendency, variability, sampling distributions, confidence intervals, null hypothesis significance testing (z/t/chi-square), statistical power, and simple regression and correlation. Recommended: coursework in either pre-algebra or algebra.
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EDPSY 499 Undergraduate Research (*)
Students developing studies under this rubric should be advised that a report or a paper setting forth the results of their investigations should be regarded as a basic part of the program.
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EDPSY 500 Field Study I: Academic Consultation (1-3, max. 6)
Includes study and practice in methods of Tier II academic consultation within an MTSS framework. Prepares students to effectively work with other professionals to better meet the social-emotional and behavioral needs of students and improve the learning environment for students identified as behaviorally and academically 'at-risk'. Prerequisite: EDSPY 554.
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EDPSY 501 Human Learning and Educational Practice (3)
Systematic examination of current research about human learning in educational settings, including the study of behavioral, information processing, social construction, and the developmental perspectives on learning.
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EDPSY 502 Developmental Foundations of Early Learning (3)
Perceptual-motor, language, and overall cognitive development in children from birth through primary-school age. Emphasis on Piagetian and Vygotskian approaches to development with a special focus on the connections between learning and development. Field-based course projects may be required. Prerequisite: EDPSY 501 or permission.
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EDPSY 503 Culture Learning and Development (4)
Explores influential contemporary research and theory they view culture as foundational to learning and development. Considers these issues in a range of settings (classrooms, informal environments, families, early childhood to adult learners, etc.) and within specific domains (e.g. science, literacy, mathematics. Prerequisite: EDPSY 501 and graduate status in education or psychology. Credit/no-credit only.
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EDPSY 504 Intercollegiate Athletic Leadership:Athlete and Team Wellness (3)
Explores the responsibility of athletics coaches to develop a team culture oriented toward the welfare of student-athletes. Discusses how psychological and physiological factors affect athlete performance and overall wellness. Explores strategies for team motivation, group cohesion, and resiliency.
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EDPSY 505 Field Study II: Tier III Interventions (2, max. 4)
Individual study of an educational problem in the field under the direction of a faculty member. Prerequisite: EDPSY 557. Credit/no-credit only.
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EDPSY 507 Academic Assessment and Intervention (5)
Students administer and interpret tests of reading, writing, arithmetic, and related developmental skills; integrate test, observational, interview, and portfolio information in staffings and written reports; and consult with teachers regarding educational interventions. For College of Education school psychology program students. Prerequisite: EDPSY 572.
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EDPSY 508 Advanced Practicum in Supervision and School Mental Health (2-6, max. 20)
Advanced practicum in providing in counseling, consultation, and behavioral interventions in schools while also supervising field study students in providing basic interventions.
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EDPSY 510 Cognition in the Context of the School Curriculum (3)
Contemporary issues and trends in human learning, with a focus on reasoning within subject-matter areas such as mathematics, history, and science. Prerequisite: EDPSY 501 or equivalent.
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EDPSY 512 Classroom Assessment Strategies (3)
Development and evaluation of traditional, observational, essay, performance-based, portfolio assessments and grading models as they are used in classroom assessment; some review of current research on classroom-based assessment; classroom assessment ethics. Prerequsite: EDPSY 490 or equivalent.
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EDPSY 513 Survey Instrument Development (3)
Focuses on understanding tensions and issues involved in designing survey instruments for measuring latent constructs, including basic sampling procedures, best practices in item construction, and considerations about potential mode, method, question sensitivity, and order effects on validity of responses. Prerequisite: EDPSY 490.
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EDPSY 515 Current Issues in Technology and Education (3)
Examines current genres of learning technology, novel approaches for integrating technology into curriculum and instruction, and recent theoretical perspectives that inform future work in educational technology.
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EDPSY 516 Survey of Educational Technology Research (2-, max. 4)
Critically examines active research projects in educational technology. Critiques of research practice.
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EDPSY 517 Applied Measurement in Educational Research (3)
Examines typical quantitative research designs in educational research with specific regard to different kinds of validity considerations, including critical quantitative methods. Project focuses on proposal for developing, adapting, refining, or re-purposing an observed measure of a latent construct. Teaches the American Psychological Association (APA) citation style. Prerequisite: EDPSY 490.
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EDPSY 520 Psychology of Reading (3)
Reviews current empirical research on cognitive processes in reading, including word and sub-word processes, syntax and comprehension, reading and perception, word recognition, concept development, and meaning in reading, psychology of reading interests, and skills. Prerequisite: EDPSY 501 or equivalent. Credit/no-credit only.
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EDPSY 521 Psychology of Writing (3)
Examines writing as a cognitive process and reviews current empirical research on writing, emphasizing primarily studies from a psychological perspective. Explores both developmental differences and individual differences in writing skills, together with instructional implications. Prerequisite: EDPSY 501 or equivalent. Credit/no-credit only.
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EDPSY 523 Foundations of Ethnographic Research (3)
Exploration of the main components of ethnographic endeavor. Students conduct ethnographic research including field entry, observing, listening, data analysis, and writing; typical issues and quandaries encountered in carrying fieldwork in a variety of settings, ethical issues, comprehension, intrusion, and access, experience and empathy, and power dynamics, and predicament.
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EDPSY 527 Transfer of Teaching (3)
Students read and discuss a representative sample of theoretical and research papers from extensive literature on teaching to promote transfer of what students learn to non-teaching environments. Historical approach to the topic is followed by analysis of current writings on transfer. Prerequisite: EDPSY 501 and graduate status in education or psychology. Credit/no-credit only.
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EDPSY 529 Developmental Psychopathology and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (3)
Covers the basics of using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) for assessment and diagnosis in clinical practice. Includes childhood disorders across the lifespan. For College of Education school psychology program students.
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EDPSY 530 Vygotsky's Socio-Cultural Approach to Mind (5)
Critical reading and discussion of the work of L.S. Vygotsky as well as contemporary psychologists and educators who have investigated cognition in social context. Discusses the implications of these approaches for the design of learning environments. Prerequisite: EDPSY 501. Credit/no-credit only.
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EDPSY 532 Adolescence and Youth (3)
Developmental processes and patterns examined with major theoretical and current research themes from behavioral sciences as applied to middle school and senior high students. Educational issues, social problems associated with adolescence in Western culture. Prerequisite: EDPSY 501 or equivalent.
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EDPSY 535 Education and the Highly Capable Learner (3)
Examination of major issues and problems in study and nurturance of highly capable children and youth in the educational setting. Emphasis placed on contributions of theory and research to educational problem solving for multiple aspects of advanced human capacity. Prerequisite: EDPSY 501 or equivalent.
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EDPSY 536 Immigrant and Indigenous Children: Social Context of Learning (3)
Focuses on the broad context of family, school, and society of immigrant and indigenous young children in the United States. Introduces the complex interplay of socio-cultural and psychological factors that impact these children's learning.
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EDPSY 537 Teaching and Learning Science with Indigenous Students (3)
Provides an overview of the opportunities and challenges in teaching science to Indigenous learners. Students develop relevant pedagogical frameworks to approach problems of practice and develop high-leverage instructional practices for Indigenous students. Focused on Indigenous students however is relevant to other under-achieving populations.
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EDPSY 538 Multiple Regression (3)
Quantitative methods for students in the social, behavioral, and health sciences. Focuses on understanding, estimating, interpreting, and reporting results for univariate multiple regression models for metrical and categorical outcomes, from a frequentist perspective. Prerequisite: EDPSY 490.
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EDPSY 539 Classic Test Theory Reliability and Validity (3)
An examination of assumptions involved in Classic Test Theory, including measurement error, factors affecting reliability and validity, item analysis, and standards for educational and psychological measurement. Prerequisite: EDPSY 538.
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EDPSY 540 School Psychological Assessment (5)
Study of assessment of human intelligence with supervised training in the administration, scoring, and interpretation of individual intelligence tests. For College of Education school psychology program students. Prerequisite: EDPSY 572.
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EDPSY 542 Learning Sciences and Human Development Proseminar (2)
Introduction to fields of human learning, human development, and the relationship between them. Explores key readings, builds collaborative relationships, and considers possible ways to participate in Learning Sciences and Human Development professional communities. Credit/no-credit only.
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EDPSY 544 Counseling (4)
Competency-based skills training for beginning counseling and school psychology students. Covers attending, listening, focusing, and intervening behaviors for use with adults and children. Introduction to theories of helping. Prerequisite: admission to School Psychology program.
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EDPSY 546 Counseling Practicum (3-5, max. 20)
Supervised practice in counseling. Prerequisite: admission to School Psychology program; EDPSY 544.
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EDPSY 547 Pre-Doctoral Internship Seminar (2)
Navigates the professional psychology internship application process. Focuses on the details associated with the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) and the Council for the Directors of School Psychology Programs (CDSPP) through class activities and discussions. Explores alternative internship opportunities to align with professional training requirements and career aspirations. Credit/no-credit only.
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EDPSY 548 Child and Adolescent Psychopathology in Schools (3)
Introduces students to the study of child and adolescent psychopathology in the context of educational practice, testing, and counseling. Discusses mental health issues, theories, and diagnoses and examines their expression and treatment in school settings. Prerequisite: admission to the School Psychology program.
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EDPSY 552 Culturally Responsive Practices in School Psychology (3)
Students develop an understanding and appreciation for the cultural, socioeconomic, and ethnic variables that impact service delivery in school psychology. Provides students with the knowledge and skills for offering culturally responsive services in schools. Prerequisite: admission to School Psychology program. Credit/no-credit only.
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EDPSY 553 School Psychology Services with Special Populations (3)
Introduces students to research, practice, and community resources for low-incidence disabilities and underserved populations. Through inclusive practices, students learn about diverse student populations, school-based supports, Washington Administrative Code as it pertains to student access to services, considerations for assessment, working with families, and supporting intervention planning and Individualized Education Plan (IEP) development. Prerequisite: admission to School Psychology program.
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EDPSY 554 Introduction to Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (3)
Teaches the Multi-Tiered Systems of Support framework and provides instruction on how to conduct assessment, consultation, and evaluation intervention program effectiveness using both a direct service delivery as well as an indirect model (consultation).
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EDPSY 555 Understanding Histories of Resistance to Design for More Just Learning Environments (3, max. 6) Molly Victoria Shea
Designed to contemplate the turn in the Learning Sciences toward designing for more just learning environments. Examines how people throughout history have designed for greater justice through collective organizing; how these efforts are also designs of transformative learning; and how researchers and educators can learn from activists about designing just futures.
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EDPSY 556 Applied Social Psychology: Implications for Education (3)
Provides students with the knowledge and understanding of how social psychology is applied within school settings and how it can be used to help design effective intervention strategies. Prerequisite: admission to School Psychology program.
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EDPSY 557 Tier III Interventions for School Psychologists (3)
Provides school psychology students with a milt-tier framework in working with challenging students in schools. Provides explicit instruction on functional behavioral assessment, including content and training in how to work with youth who are at-risk or have engaged in self-harming and/or suicidal behavior. Prerequisite: admission to School Psychology program.
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EDPSY 558 Generalizability Theory (3)
Focuses on various designs and applications used with the Generalizability theory framework to estimate the amount of score variation associated with a measurement procedure, approach the reliability and validity issues, and optimize the measurement procedure. Prerequisite: EDPSY 539; recommended: introduction to educational statistics and measurement so that students are familiar with the basic concepts and procedures that we will continue working on in this course.
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EDPSY 559 Validity Theory (3)
Introduces students to different perspectives and theories of test validity and to the process of accumulating validity evidence for measures used in educational field. As an advanced measurement course, we will address the argument-based validation approach proposed by Kane, and analyze important technical and philosophical aspects of test validity and validation. Prerequisite: EDPSY 539; recommended: understand the concepts of reliability and validity as well as the statistical procedures used to evaluate different types of validity claims under the classical test theory framework
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EDPSY 560 Advanced Practicum in Personality Assessment (3)
Designed for doctoral-level school psychologists to learn advanced personality assessment for diagnosis of emotional and behavior disorders. Prerequisite: admission to School Psychology program; EDPSY 540; EDPSY 564. Open to doctoral students only.
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EDPSY 561 Test Instrument Development (3)
Test instrument development techniques including construct development, test and item specifications, item writing, planning for reliability and validity studies; ethics in test administration and interpretation. Intended for doctoral or master's students to develop instruments for their own research. Prerequisite: EDPSY 539.
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EDPSY 564 Practicum in School Psychology (1-6, max. 20)
Practicum in assessment and consultation, emphasizing diagnosis of behavior and learning disabilities, and focusing on techniques acquired in EDPSY 507 and EDPSY 540. Prerequisite: admission to School Psychology program; EDPSY 507; EDPSY 540.
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EDPSY 565 Advanced Practicum in Clinical Practice for Children and Adolescents with Psychopathology (4, max. 24)
Designed for doctoral level school psychologists to learn advanced skills in clinical practice for working with children and adolescents with a range of childhood psychopathologies, under the supervision of a licensed psychologist. Prerequisite: EDPSY 544 and EDPSY 546, or equivalent and advanced graduate standing in the school psychology program.
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EDPSY 566 Case Study Seminar (1-6, max. 20)
Integrating theoretical concepts with practice/service issues. Cases selected for discussion represent a wide range of problems found in schools. Activities include group supervision and peer review. Prerequisite: graduate standing in school psychology.
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EDPSY 567 Bilingual and Biliteracy Development in Early Childhood: Equity-Driven Policies and Practices (3)
Focuses on ethnically and linguistically diverse families as experts in navigating multiple knowledges, beliefs, and pedagogies for cultivating their children's bilingual and biliteracy development. Highlights equity-driven and strengths-based interventions, instructional strategies, and policies that center the voice and lived experiences of young multilingual learners (MLL).
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EDPSY 568 Seminar in Professional Issues and Ethics (3)
Provides a firm grounding in the ethics and practice standards of the school psychology profession, as well as the interface between these professional rules and guidelines, and state and federal laws and regulations. Prerequisite: graduate standing in College of Education or permission of instructor.
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EDPSY 569 Learning and the Interaction Order (3)
Covers research methods course for students using video and/or audio recordings as data in studies of learning and teaching. Students learn how to make evidence-based inferences about people's learning or teaching as captured by video/audio recordings by content logging, selecting, transcribing, and analyzing moments of interaction.
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EDPSY 570 Introduction to School Psychology (3, max. 21)
Current issues in professional psychology practice and research. Prerequisite: admission to School Psychology program.
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EDPSY 572 Social-Emotional Assessment (3)
Techniques in social-emotional assessment of school-aged children. Diagnostic systems presented in conjunction with assessment techniques. Emphasis on an integrative method for understanding social emotional assessment batteries and reliability and validity of their test score interpretation. Prerequisite: admission to School Psychology program.
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EDPSY 573 Psychological Assessment of Preschool Children (3)
Students learn about the role of assessment and special educational eligibility for young children, focusing on development of cognition, language, and social competence. Explores issues like opportunity gaps and equitable access. Students learn to interview and interact with parents of young children with developmental difficulties. Prerequisite: graduate standing in school psychology program and permission of instructor.
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EDPSY 575 Structural Equation Modeling I (3)
Theory and data analysis using linear structural equation models. Topics include path analysis, exploratory and confirmatory latent variable factor analysis, and structural regression models to evaluate relationships among latent variables. Prerequisite: EDPSY 538.
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EDPSY 576 Multilevel Modeling (3)
Theory and data analysis for modeling nested data with random factors, including linear and generalized linear hierarchical models for cross-sectional data as well as basic growth models. Prerequisite: EDPSY 538.
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EDPSY 577 Neuropsychology of Learning and Behavior Problems (3)
Introduces students to the field of neuropsychology and its application in clinical and educational settings. Brings together an understanding of neuropsychology and specific behavioral and learning problems to provide a foundation for practitioners to consider neuropsychological contributors to problems observed in clinical and educational settings.
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EDPSY 579 Advanced Practicum in Assessment and Intervention (3, max. 18)
Provides advanced clinical training in assessment and evidence-based interventions for children and adolescents. Training includes supervised administration of assessments and delivery of interventions with individuals and/or groups in clinic settings that provide services to children and adolescents. Prerequisite: graduate standing in School Psychology or permission of instructor. Credit/no-credit only.
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EDPSY 581 Seminar in Educational Psychology (1-5, max. 20)
Advanced seminar on selected topics in educational psychology. A critical appraisal of current research.
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EDPSY 582 Seminar in Development and Socialization (3, max. 15)
Advanced seminar on selected topics concerned with human development and socialization processes. Emphasis placed upon empirical research and its theoretical underpinnings in such areas as cognitive development, moral development and education, self-concept development, and related concerns. Prerequisite: graduate standing in College of Education or instructor permission.
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EDPSY 584 Special Topics in Quantitative Methods (3, max. 9)
Seminar for special topics in quantitative methods involving psychometrics and applied inferential statistics. Prerequisite: EDPSY 538.
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EDPSY 585 History, Systems, and Contemporary Issues in School Psychology (3)
Covers the history, systems, and research relating to the contemporary issues relevant to research and practice of school psychology. Meets APA and Washington state requirements for course in history and systems of psychology. Prerequisite: admission to School Psychology program. Credit/no-credit only.
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EDPSY 586 Qualitative Methods of Educational Research I (4)
Survey of various qualitative research methods from a variety of disciplinary perspectives (anthropology, sociology, applied linguistics, cognitive psychology, policy analysis, and evaluation) with intensive experience in collection, analysis, and reporting of data. Prerequisite: second-year doctoral standing and one course in statistics, and permission of instructor.
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EDPSY 587 Qualitative Methods of Educational Research III (5)
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EDPSY 588 Structural Equation Modeling II (3)
Advanced topics in structural equation modeling, focused heavily on models for latent and manifest variables, as well as multilevel structural equation models. Prerequisite: EDPSY 575; recommended: EDPSY 576.
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EDPSY 589 Scholarly Writing in Education and Psychology (3)
Introduction to the demands and expectations for technical writing in education and psychology, including aspects of the culture of scholarship. Designed for competent writers. Does not address basic grammar and composition. Prerequisite: doctoral standing, and permission of instructor. Credit/no-credit only.
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EDPSY 591 Item Response Theory I (3)
Explores assumptions and applications of Item Response Theory (IRT) measurement models, testing and evaluating differential item functioning, and procedures for equating and linking. Prerequisite: EDPSY 539.
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EDPSY 592 Item Response Theory II (3)
Advanced topics in Item Response Theory, including multidimensional and multilevel models. Prerequisite: EDPSY 591.
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EDPSY 593 Cognitive Diagnostic Modeling (3)
Explores concepts and techniques for Cognitive Diagnostic Modeling (CDM). Prerequisite: EDPSY 591.
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EDPSY 594 Computerized Adaptive Testing (3)
Explorers concepts and models for computerized adaptive testing (CAT). Prerequisite: EDPSY 591.
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EDPSY 595 Monte Carlo Simulations (3)
Methods, procedures, and assumptions involved in simulating univariate and multivariate normal and non-normal data, applying models to simulated data, saving simulation results, and assessing properties of simulated results. Prerequisite: either EDPSY 538; and graduate student standing in the Measurement and Statistics program, or permission of instructor.
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EDPSY 596 Experimental Design and Analysis (3)
Compares different experimental designs considering the research questions and constraints, such as population size, timing, treatment conditions and implementation procedures, expected effect size, potential for contamination and non-compliance, and ethics. Example designs include block-randomized, cluster-randomized, cohort-sequential, step-wedge, and sequential, multiple assignment, randomized trials. Prerequisite: EDPSY 576.
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EDPSY 597 Network Measurement and Analysis (3)
Covers measurement and analysis of networked data in education and related social sciences. Descriptive and inferential analysis methods explored, as well as data visualization. Prerequisite: EDPSY 576; recommended: EDPSY 513.
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EDPSY 598 Measurement and Statistics Pro-Seminar (1, max. 15)
Prerequisite: graduate student standing in the Measurement and Statistics program. Credit/no-credit only.
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EDPSY 599 Independent Studies in Education (*)
Independent studies or readings of specialized aspects of education.
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EDPSY 600 Independent Study or Research (*-)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
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EDPSY 601 Internship (1-10, max. 30)
Internship opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge learned in coursework and provide real-world experiences. Requires permission of Supervisory Committee Chairperson or Graduate Program Adviser.
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