October 2010

2010 Oklahoma Psychological Society (OPS) Research Conference

28th Annual Oklahoma Psychological Society (OPS) Spring Conference - April 19th, 2010

Edmond Oklahoma:


Bachelor of Science in Psychology (36 hours)

 Required Psychology Core (15 hours):

USAO Courses in Psychology

PSYC 1643 Elementary Psychology: A general survey course designed to provide the student with an understanding of the basic concepts and techniques of modern psychology as a behavioral science.Areas of study typically include language, intelligence, cognitive and physical development, motivation and learning, health psychology, social psychology, personality and the causes and treatment of mental disorders, approaches to research, sensation and perception, memory, and consciousness.

Department of Psychology

Brain map sculptureIn the Department of Psychology at USAO, we employ a diverse range of methodologies in our pursuit of a better understanding of human thought and behavior.  While practicality demands that any particular study focus on but a few variables, we realize that real

USAO Offers Scholarships to Christmas Queen


CHICKASHA – Students interested in additional scholarship money should consider entering the Third Annual Christmas Queen Pageant, hosted by the Festival of Light.

VIDEO: In the Saddle – Taylor Smithwick

CHICKASHA – More than halfway through the 2010 soccer season at USAO, the Drover women have been struggling the last few weeks in conference play.

Active Eastern Star Member to Be Inducted Into USAO Hall of Fame

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Barbara Benton will be honored this year as she is inducted into the USAO Alumni Hall of Fame during Alumni Homecoming at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Nov. 5-7. Registrations for Homecoming are being accepted for all USAO alumni at the USAO Alumni Development Office, (405) 574-1290 or online at usao.edu/alumni.

Note: This is the second of a four-part series on the distinguished individuals who will be honored by the USAO Alumni Association at this year's annual Homecoming on Nov. 5-7.

Stover, Emma Jean 2009

Emma Jean Smith Stover's business education at OCW prepared her for a variety of occupations -- secretary, bookkeeper, receptionist, writer, artist, actor, singer -- but h

Easley, Vicki 2009

Dr. Vicki Easley has spent the majority of her career rejecting the notions that mental retardation equaled hopelessness and that status quo services were acceptable.