Junior and senior psychology majors only: Are you interested in expanding our understanding of the psychological aspects of disordered eating, dieting, and body image? If you'd like to work hard for nine months, qualify for honors, and have a publishable paper at the end of the year, this may be the course for you. Offering more support and structure than an independent study, this course will still allow you to make a contribution to one of several research areas including (but not limited to): restrained eating, dieting, disordered eating, implicit and explicit attitudes about food, and the relationship between eating and anxiety. Topics subject to change.
By instructor permission only. E-mail application essay to Julia Hormes firstname.lastname@example.org including a list of relevant course work (including grade and instructor), your experiences in psychology, why you are interested in the course, and how the course fits in to your overall career planning.
* two-semester course continued in the Spring