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Below you will find basic course information in advance of the fall term.

Biology

BIOL1020 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY: CELLS, GENETICS AND EVOLUTION
INSTRUCTOR: Jennifer Van Dommelen, Gillian Gass and Todd Bishop [biol1020@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: Campbell Biology: any recent Canadian (1st-3rd) or US (9th-13th) editions; 3rd edition (print and e-text) available at the Dalhousie Bookstore
OTHER INFORMATION: https://biol102021.wordpress.com/

BIOL1021 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGYII ORGANISMAL BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
INSTRUCTOR: Jennifer Van Dommelen [biol1021@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: Campbell Biology: any recent Canadian (1st-3rd) or US (9th-13th) editions; 3rd edition (print and e-text) available at the Dalhousie Bookstore
OTHER INFORMATION:https://biol102021.wordpress.com/

BIOL2020 CELL BIOLOGY
INSTRUCTOR: Mindy McCarville [mindy.mccarville@dal.ca]
TEXT BOOK RECOMMENDED: Becker's World of the Cell by Hardin & Bertoni, 9th ed, Pearson eText  [9780134156569]
OTHER INFORMATION: Everything will be contained within Brightspace.
Other information: The content delivery for this course will be 100% asynchronous, with deadlines for various course deliverables dispersed across the term to facilitate steady progress.

BIOL2030 GENETICS AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
INSTRUCTOR:
Debra Grantham [grantham@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: SaplingPlus access + Pierce, Benjamin A. Genetics, A Conceptual Approach (7th ed) 2020. (Ebook) ~$70.00 Willolabs through link in course Brightspace. OR Pierce, Benjamin A. Genetics, A Conceptual Approach (7th ed). 2020. NY: W.H. Freeman (Looseleaf) + Solutions Manual + SaplingPlus access for ~$117 Willolabs through link in course
TEXTBOOK RECOMMENDED: Knisely, Karin. 2017. A Student Handbook for Writing in Biology. 5th ed. VA: W.H. Freeman. If you don’t have a copy, follow the miRNA paper guidelines provided by your lab instructor and the Writing for Biology video series. Individual pages will be posted.
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: Install the Microsoft Teams Desktop app early from Office 365 for interacting with your lab team members and the Faculty if having problems with Collaborate Ultra (built into Brightspace). https://www.dal.ca/academics/online_learning/getting-started-.html
OTHER INFORMATION: Check your Dal e-mail for the first three e-mails (sent July 17. Aug 1 and Aug 21) for important course information. Contact Prof. Grantham if you didn't receive these and I will re-send them to you.

BIOL2060 INTRODUCTORY ECOLOGY
INSTRUCTOR:
C Isabelle Aube [iaube@dal.ca], Lecturer: Rajesh Rajaselvam [Rajesh.Rajaselvam@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: Molles MC, Laursen A. 2020. Ecology: concepts and applications. 5th Canadian Edition. Toronto: McGraw-Hill. 654p (included as an e-book through the “Connect” access code) Lab manual (free, included in course Brightspace page).
COURSE MATERIALS: Other Required Course Materials “Connect” access code ($90.56) must be purchased through the Dal bookstore (https://bookstore.dal.ca/) Course Brightspace page (https://dal.brightspace.com/d2l/login) Up to date versions of MS Excel and Teams (free download here: https://libraries.dal.ca/help/software-downloads.html) R statistical software (free download here: https://www.r-project.org/) Must have high-speed internet.
SYLLABUS: Download

BIOL3050 DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
INSTRUCTOR:
Sophia Stone [s.stone@dal.ca] and Margaret Cooper [mhcooper@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED:
None
TEXTBOOK RECOMMENDED: 
Principles of Development 6e by Wolpert et al. (2019)
 A Student Handbook for Writing in Biology; 5th ed., 2017 by Karin Knisely. [available at amazon.ca]
OTHER INFORMATION: This course is participating in Dalhousie University’s Inclusive Access Initiative, which means that you will be able to access the textbook directly inside of Brightspace. All you need to do is click on the link that will be on Brightspace. You can access the textbook for free any time before the add-drop deadline. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to support@willolabs.com
SYLLABUS: Download

BIOL3078 ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY
MARI3079 MARINE PHYSIOLOGY 
Please note these classes are cross-listed
INSTRUCTOR: Glenn Crossin [glen.crossin@dal.ca] Laura Tatar [ltatar@dal.ca]
TEXT BOOK REQUIRED: 
E-textbook: Animal Physiology, Fourth Edition, by Richard W. Hill, Gordon A. Wyse, and Margaret Anderson [The publisher is Sinauer, ISBN 9781605654712. The e-textbook will be available in for purchase in the course bright space.]
Lab Simulations: Pearson's PhysioEx10 link to the PhysioEx 10 on Dalhousie's library website where students can purchase it. Free two weeks trial will be offered offered soon, stay tuned!
TEXTBOOK RECOMMENDED: None
OTHER INFORMATION: Both Animal and Marine Physiology 1 courses will run synchronously at the time indicated, and asynchronous recording of those lectures will be available after the fact.

BIOL/MARI3221 DIVERSITY OF ALGAE
COURSE INSTRUCTOR
: Beverly Hymes [Beverly.Hymes@ dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: Graham L.E., Graham J.M., Wilcox, L.W. and Cook, M.E. 2016. ALGAE. 3rd ED. LJLM Press, LLC. ISBN: 978-0-9863935-3-2. NOTE: The new 3rd edition of Algae is only available in an eBook format to keep costs down (and allow us to include color images). $40 (USD) for the 689 page eBook is a fair price for students. You are able to download and keep your book. Books can be ordered from: www.ljlmpress.com/algae.html
SYLLABUS: Download

BIOL3226 ECONOMIC BOTANY
INSTRUCTOR: Rajesh Rajaselvam [Rajesh.Rajaselvam@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: Levetin, E. and McMahon, K. (2020). Plants & Society, 8th Edition. NY: McGraw-Hill. 8th Edition can be purchased from Dal book store. Earlier version/ Online version also can be used.
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: Current research/ new info will be uploaded on course website (Brightspace).
SYLLABUS: Download
OTHER INFORMATION: Lectures and Tutorials/Labs: Synchronous

BIOL3326 VERTEBRATE DESIGN: EVOLOUTION AND FUNCTION
INSTRUCTOR: Jen Frail-Gauthier [jfrail@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOKS REQUIRED: None
TEXTBOOK RECOMMENDED: Vertebrate Life (Pough and Janis) https://global.oup.com/ushe/product/vertebrate-life-9781605356075?cc=us&lang=en

BIOL 4020.03 ADVANCED CELL BIOLOGY
COURSE INSTRUCTOR: 
Patrice Côté [patrice@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK RECOMMENDED: 
Kramer IM, Signal Transduction, 3nd Ed., ©2015, Elsevier Science & Technology, 1126p., PRINT ISBN: 9780123948038, EBOOK ISBN: 9780123948199
This document is available for FREE as an electronic book via the Dalhousie University Libraries. The link is posted on the course Brightspace site.On Reserve at the Killam Library:Lim W, Mayer B, and Pawson T, Cell Signaling Principles and Mechanisms, 1st Ed., ©2015, Garland Science, 400p. ISBN 9780815342441
SYLLABUS: Download

Chemistry

CHEM1011 CONCEPTS IN CHEMISTRY I
INSTRUCTOR:
Dr. Angela Crane [chemlect@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOKS REQUIRED:
Concepts in Chemistry: Structure and Reactivity 2020-2021 edition - ebook delivered through Willo - to be purchased through Dal Bookstore only as it is a custom written course book. Print copy available as an ADD ON to the ebook through the Dal Bookstore only - note student MUST buy the ebook to have the option to buy the print add-on as there is limited stock.
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: non-programmable scientific calculator (recommended: Sharp EL-510 series OR CASIO fx991-ES PLUS C both sold at the Dal Bookstore)
OTHER INFORMATION:  Also students have been emailed about our textbook mid-July and will receive an email from us as soon as it is available at the Dal Bookstore.
SYLLABUS: Download

CHEM1021 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY II
INSTRUCTOR:
Dr. Angela Crane [chemlect@dal.ca]
REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: 
Concepts in Chemistry: Structure and Reactivity 2020-2021 edition - ebook delivered through Willo - to be purchased through Dal Bookstore only as it is a custom written course book. Print copy available as an ADD ON to the ebook through the Dal Bookstore only - note student MUST buy the ebook to have the option to buy the print add-on as there is limited stock.
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: non-programmable scientific calculator (recommended: Sharp EL-510 series OR CASIO fx991-ES PLUS C both sold at the Dal Bookstore)
SYLLABUS: Download

CHEM2301 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
INSTRUCTOR:
Aaron Kelly [aaron.kelly@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: None
TEXTBOOKS RECOMMENDED: “Physical Chemistry”, by Gilbert W. Castellan and “Elements of Physical Chemistry”, by Peter W. Atkins

CHEM4311/5311 FUNDAMENTAL APPLIED ELECTROCHEMISTRY
INSTRUCTOR:
Heather Andreas [heather.andreas@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED:
None
OTHER INFORMATION: 
All required information will be provided in the lecture notes that will be available on Brightspace.

Economics

ECON2200 INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICS
COURSE INSTRUCTOR: 
Mrittika Shamsuddin [Mrittika.shamsuddin@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED:
None
TEXTBOOK RECOMMENDED: 
Microeconomics, David Besanko and Ronald Braeutigam, Any edition. Ebook from Wiley.com. Print from Amazon.com, Wiley.com or the Bookstore

ECON3310 ECONOMIC GROWTH IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES
COURSE INSTRUCTOR: 
Mrittika Shamsuddin [Mrittika.shamsuddin@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: 
None
TEXTBOOK RECOMMENDED: David Weil (2013)  - Economic Growth - Available in Amazon in online version, Acemoglu & Robinson (2012) - Why Nations Fail?  - Available through Dalhousie library in online version.

ECON3319 INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION
COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Ruth Forsdyke [rt526160@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: Luis, M.B. Cabral (2017) Introduction to Industrial Organization, 2nd ed., MIT Press, ISBN: 9780262363976 Online version: https://mitpress.ublish.com/book/introduction-industrial-organization-0#purchase. Paper versions can be purchased online through vendors such as Amazon.ca The first edition is a good substitute but may have less up to date case studies.
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: Other course materials including lecture slides, videos, assignments, tests, and links to external papers, newspaper articles, and so on, can be accessed via the forthcoming Brightspace page for ECON3319.

ECON3333 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Daniell Rosenblum [dn686159@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: Essentials of Development Economics, Taylor and Libbert, 2nd edition. Available from Amazon. Ebook version may be available.
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: Other readings will be available on Brightspace.

ECON3335 ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS
COURSE INSTRUCTOR
: Ruth Forsdyke [rt526160@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: Field, B.C. & Field M.K.(2021) Environmental Economics: An Introduction McGraw-Hill Education, 8th edition. e-book is available at the following link: https://bookstore.dal.ca/CourseSearch/?course[]=SUB,FALL20,ECON,ECON3335,&
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: Other course materials including lecture slides, videos, notes for selected topics, assignments, and tests will be posted on the Brightspace website (forthcoming)

ECON3338 INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS I
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Christos Ntantamis [christos.ntantamis@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach, 7th Edition (Jeffrey M. Wooldridge) - Bookstore has a loose-leaf version and codes for online version. 
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: Use of Statistical Software will be required. There is no particular requirement. Students can choose among freeware programs such as R and Gretl, or they can use STATA, which will be available based on a campus-wide license (download from https://software.library.dal.ca/)

Earth and Environmental Sciences

ENVS3501 ENVIROMENTAL PROBLEM SOLVING
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Tara Wright [tara.wright@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED:
 There is no required textbook for this course.  Instead, required readings/videos will be posted to Brightspace, drawn from a variety of sources.  Readings are listed in the schedule below and are available online.  It is expected that all readings assigned for a given week are completed BEFORE the class that they are scheduled for.  A student, who does not engage in the readings ahead of the lecture, greatly impacts their own ability to learn in class and diminishes the experience of other students.  
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: 
Students are required to have access to a laptop or desktop computer with high speed internet access.  If will be impossible to participate in this class without a computer or high speed internet.  If students do not have access to a computer, they can contact the Bissett Student Support Centre (https://www.dal.ca/campus_life/academic-support/student-success-centre.html).  If students do not have access to high speed internet, they can apply for emergency bursaries from the university to support this (www.dal.ca/admissions/money_matters/funding_sources/COVID19_financial_resources.html)
OTHER INFORMATION: "Looking forward to working with you all in September."
SYLLABUS: Download

ENVS3200 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
COURSE INSTRUCTOR
: Peter Mushkat [pwm@dal.ca]
TEXT BOOK REQUIRED: An Introduction to Environmental Law and Policy in Canada (3rd) Paul Muldoon, et al. Emond (emond.ca/IELPC3) available both hardcopy and e-text through the Dal Bookstore or directly from the publisher
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: additional materials will be available on the course Brightspace
SYLLABUS: Download

ENVS4901 ENVIROMENTAL SCIENCE HONOURS
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Tara Wright [tara.wright@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: 
There is no required textbook for this course.  Instead, required readings/videos will be posted to Brightspace, drawn from a variety of sources.  Readings are listed in the schedule below and are available online.  It is expected that all readings assigned for a given week are completed BEFORE the class that they are scheduled for.  A student, who does not engage in the readings ahead of the lecture, greatly impacts their own ability to learn in class and diminishes the experience of other students.
TEXTBOOK RECOMMENDED: The following textbook on two-hour reserve at the Killam Library for those of you doing natural science-based projects: Doing Science by Ivan Valiela, 2nd Edition
OTHER INFORMATION: You will need access to a computer and know how to use TEAMS. 'Looking forward to seeing you in September.'

Math

MATH3031 ABSTRACT ALGEBRA I
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Neil Ross [neil.jr.ross@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: 
A First Course in Abstract Algebra (7th ed.) by John B. Fraleigh.
OTHER INFORMATION: The course material will be delivered through course notes and accompanying videos. Every week (typically on Monday mornings) the notes and videos covering the week’s material will be posted on Brightspace.
SYLLABUS: Download

MATH3330 APPLIED GRAPH THEORY
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Dr. Jeannette Janssen [jeannette.janssen@dal.ca
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: Graph Theory and its Applications, Gross, Yellen and Anderson, Routledge/CRC, ISBN 9781482249484, 3rd edition; earlier editions also okay. Available through the Dalhousie bookstore, ebook available from the publisher: https://www.routledge.com/Graph-Theory-and-Its-Applications/Gross-Yellen-Anderson/p/book/9781482249484
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: Course notes and supplementary material will be posted on Brightspace.

MATH3501 INTERMEDIATE ANALYSIS
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Andrea Fraser [afraser@mathstat.dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED:
None
OTHER INFORMATION: 
All course material will be available through Brightspace. Lectures will also be synchronously streamed via Collaborate Ultra using some or all of the official weekly class times. Office hours will be held using Collaborate Ultra.

MATH4010 MEASURE THEORY AND INTEGRATION
COURSE INSTRUCTOR: 
Andrea Fraser [afraser@mathstat.dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: None
OTHER INFORMATION: 
All course material will be available through Brightspace. Lectures will also be synchronously streamed via Collaborate Ultra using some or all of the official weekly class times. Office hours will be held using Collaborate Ultra.

MATH4140/5140 FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Suresh Eswarathansan [sr766936@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOKS REQUIRED: Real Analysis - Royden & Fitzpatrick; can be purchased from Dal bookstore as well as from Amazon.
OTHER INFORMATION: The administration will be as follows: 1) all handwritten (attempted as neatly as possible!) course notes will be uploaded onto BrightSpace, 2) lectures will be pre-recorded with an overhead video rig and uploaded via multiple clips for easier viewing, 3) scheduled class meetings, either through Zoom or Blackboard Collaborate, will be used for discussions or in other ways as suggested by students , 4) homework will be assigned and graded, and 5) there will be no timed semester exams or final examination for undergraduates, although there may be a final report or presentation(s) required; for graduate students, there will be a take-home final examination but no timed semester exams.

MATH4055/5055 ADVANCED ALGEBRA II
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Sara Faridi [faridi@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK RECOMMENDED: “Algebra” by Thomas Hungerford, as well as Lang's “Algebra and Dummit and Foote's "Abstract Algebra"
SYLLABUS: Download

MATH4331 TOPICS IN COMBINATORICS
COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Jason Brown
[jason.brown@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: C.J. Colbourn, The Combinatorics of Network Reliability (online version)
OTHER COURSE INFORMATION: Download maple software.

MATH 5010 MEASURE THEORY AND INTEGRATION
COURSE INSTRUCTOR: 
Andrea Fraser [afraser@mathstat.dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED:
 None
OTHER INFORMATION: 
All course material will be available through Brightspace. Lectures will also be synchronously streamed via Collaborate Ultra using some or all of the official weekly class times. Office hours will be held using Collaborate Ultra.

Ocean Sciences

OCEA1001 CONVERSATIONS WITH OCEAN SCIENTISTS I
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Laura deGelleke [laura.degelleke@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED:
 OCEANS: A Very Short Introduction by Dorrik Stow (ISBN: 978-0199655076)/ Writing in the Life Sciences by Laurence Greene (ISBN: 978-0195170467). Both texts are available for delivery from Dal's Bookstore.The publisher, Oxford University Press, does not offer online versions of these texts.
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: To complete this course you will need access to a computer, a digital camera with video capabilities, and high-speed internet.
OTHER INFORMATION: This course is the first part of a year-long course sequence that fulfills the general requirement for a writing course. Both parts of the course (OCEA 1001 and 1002) must be taken consecutively to receive ANY credit.

OCEA3001 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Dan Kelley [dan.kelley@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: None
OTHER INFORMATION: Rstudio software should be downloaded

OCEA4120 PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Dan Kelley [dan.kelley@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: None
OTHER INFORMATION: PDF file of notes, to be placed on brightspace page. Rstudio software should be installed.

Physics

PHYC1190 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Jeff Dahn and Simon de Vet [phyc1190@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED:
None

PHYC2515.03 MODERN PHYSICS
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Kimberley Hall [kimberley.hall@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED:
 Modern Physics, 3nd Edition, Serway, Moses and Mayer 2005
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: 
ultrafast.physics.dal.ca/phyc2515/
SYLLABUS: Download

PHYC3640.03 QUANTUM PHYSICS
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Kimberley Hall [kimberley.hall@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: 
Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, 3nd Edition, D. J. Griffiths and D. Schroeter
TEXTBOOK RECOMMENDED: Modern Quantum Mechanics, J. J. Sakurai
OTHER INFORMATION: http://ultrafast.physics.dal.ca/phyc3640/.
SYLLABUS: Download

PHYC4520 INTRODUCTION TO ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Manuel Helbig [manuel.helbig@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: Wallace & Hobbs - Atmospheric Science: An Introductory Survey (available at the Dal Bookstore or online)
OTHER INFORMATION: Please do not hesitate to contact (manuel.helbig@dal.ca) for any further questions regarding the course.

Psychology and Neuroscience

PSYO1011 AND 1012 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
COURSE INSTRUCTORS:
Kevin LeBlanc and Jennifer Stamp [intropsych@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: Free open source textbook

PSYO/NESC2000 METHODS ON EXPERIMENTAL PSYCOLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Jennifer Stamp - lectures [Jennifer.Stamp@dal.ca] and John Christie - labs [John.Christie@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOKS REQUIRED: Will be using an open access text (link will be provided on Brightspace) and articles from the primary literature.

PSYO2501 STATISICAL METHODS I

COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Sean MacKinnon [mackinnon.sean@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: Diez, D. M., Barr, C. D., & Cetinkaya-Rundel, M. (2019). Open-Intro statistics 4th edition. CreateSpace independent publishing platform. 
This book has the associated readings for the course, and also contains practice problems and links to online videos. This textbook is an open access textbook. This means the electronic version of the book is FREE and available online without any cost. The associated textbook website with additional resources, and a .pdf copy to download can be found here: https://www.openintro.org/stat/os4.php. It asks for a donation, but you can set it to $0 to get the .pdf of the book for free. There are also a limited number (~125) of printed copies of the textbook available at the bookstore, for students who prefer to read a paper copy. These textbooks should be around $35 each and are likely much more convenient than printing the book using a computer printer. You can also buy a printed copy of the text from Amazon: https://www.amazon.ca/OpenIntro-Statistics-Fourth-David-Diez/dp/1943450072
TEXTBOOK RECOMMENDED: Klein, G., & Dabney, A. (2013). The cartoon introduction to statistics. New York: Hill and Wang.
This textbook is a supplementary guide intended to provide extra help to gain conceptual understanding of statistics. This book is a VERY straightforward guide that will help you understand the conceptual and theoretical parts that underlie all of the statistics we cover in this class.  The book is relatively inexpensive, and there are copies available at the Dalhousie bookstore for purchase (though not many, since I anticipate that many students will not buy this book). You can also buy this on Amazon, or at many other online bookstores: https://www.amazon.ca/Cartoon-Introduction-Statistics-Grady-Klein/dp/0809033593
SYLLABUS: Download

PSYO3129 CHILD PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Penny Corkum [pvcorkum@dal.ca]
TEXT BOOK REQUIRED: Mash E.J., & Wolfe, D.A. (2018). Abnormal Child Psychology, Seventh Edition. Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. (ebook within Mindtap) To purchase: https://bookstore.dal.ca/CourseSearch/?course[]=SUB,FALL20,PSYO,PSYO3129,&
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: Brightspace, Collaborate

PSYO/NESC3131 RESEARCH METHODS IN ATTENTION
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Ralph Redden [rredden@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED:
None
OTHER INFORMATION: The content delivery for this course will be asynchronous, with deadlines for various course deliverables dispersed across the term to facilitate steady progress.

PSYCH/NESC3190 PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Myrto Brandeker [my696877@dal.ca]
TEXT BOOKS REQUIRED:
Sedivy, J. (2020). Language in Mind (2nd Edition). New York: Oxford University Press. Available as hard copy and ebook (with option to rent): https://www.vitalsource.com/en-ca/products/language-in-mind-julie-sedivy-v9781605358369 or https://www.redshelf.com/book/1059808/language-in-mind-1059808-9781605358369-julie-sedivy
OTHER COURSE MATERIALS:
Schwartz, R. (2017). Handbook of child language disorders (2nd Edition). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. Available from Dalhousie library. Links to TED talk, video clips, and blog posts will be provided.
OTHER INFORMATION: The course will be taught in an asynchronous format with optional weekly office hours that are live once per week. A new learning module will be released each week and students have the week to complete the materials in their own time. There will be a mix of pre-recorded mini-lectures, readings, TED talks, video clips, small group discussions, as well as language experiments. Please feel free to email instructor with questions or concerns.

PSYO 3505/NESC3505 NEURAL DATA SCIENCE
COURSE INSTRUCTOR: AARON NEWMAN [Aaron.Newman@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED: Newman, A.J.. (2020). Neural Data Science. https://bit.ly/neural_data_science (free online)
OTHER COURSE MATERIALS: Online lectures and tutorials on MS Stream, available to registered students through course web site.
SYLLABUS: Download
OTHER INFORMATION:
Official course web site: https://dalpsychneuro.github.io/NESC_3505/

PSYO/NESC3970 MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Tamara Franklin [tamara.franklin@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED:
 “From Molecules to Networks, 3rd edition” (2014) Eds. John H. Byrne, Ruth Heidelberger, and M. Neal Waxham. This textbook is available freely online to Dalhousie students. 
OTHER INFORMATION: 
All other course materials will be provided to through the Brightspace and will be freely accessible to Dalhousie students.

PSYO/NESC4225 THE SCIENCE OF MINDFULLNESS
COURSE INSTRUCTOR:
Patricia McMullen [mcmullen@dal.ca]
TEXTBOOK REQUIRED:
None
OTHER COURSE MATERIAL: 
Published scientific articles will be downloaded from the course Brightspace and Dalhousie Library.
SYLLABUS:
Download