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Laurel McCabe, Ph.D.

Spring 2019 Courses:

Psy 313, Careers in Psychology, Wed (texts at North Light Books)

Psy 466, Jungian Psychology, Thurs

Murray Stein (1998). Jung's map of the soul.

Mary Ann Mattoon (1984). Understanding dreams.

Estelle Weinrib (2004). Images of the self.

Archives for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (2010). The book of symbols.

Psy 575, Research Methods, Fri (grad)

Norman Denzin (2013). Interpretive autoethnography.

Clark Moustakas (1990). Heuristic research.

Irving Seidman (2013). Interviewing as qualitative research.

Psy 597, Culminating Paper Tutorial, Fri (grad)

 

Psychology Department

Careers in Psychology

Drop-in Office Hours: Wed 10-11:50 am, Stevenson 3087

Advising & Registration Tips pdf, Psych major requirements pdf, WIC courses Sp19 pdf

What I'm Reading

David Lewis-Williams & David Pearce, Inside the neolithic mind

Bruce Ecker, Robin Ticic, & Laurel Hulley, Unlocking the emotional brain: Eliminating symptoms at their roots using memory reconsolidation

Jaak Panksepp & Lucy Biven, The archaeology of mind: Neuroevolutionary origins of human emotions

Arlene Montgomery, Neurobiology essentials for clinicians

Efrat Ginot, The neuropsychology of the unconscious: Integrating brain and mind in psychotherapy

If you're a psychology major and would like to meet for advising, come to my office hours starting the second week of classes--they're drop-in with no appointment needed. If you have a question about course material, come by my office during office hours or talk to me after class.

If you have questions about the graduate program, are a graduate student, or if you'd like to meet for specific purposes other than advising, please email me and we'll set an appointment.

labyrinth field trip IONS

National Survey 2005, Spiritual Life of College Students pdf Full Report pdf

National Survey 2005, Faculty and Spirituality pdf

Spirituality in Higher Education, Higher Education Research Institute UCLA