Through education in physiology, psychology, and technology this psychophysiology degree program trains students to assess and assist two types of patients:
- Healthy people desiring to enhance performance through behavioral control of their physiological systems.
- Unhealthy individuals who can be treated through recognizing dysfunctions of physiological systems.
The M.S. in Psychophysiology Program is intended for people with undergraduate degrees who are seeking basic skills in psychophysiology and associated areas. The program is designed to prepare graduates for transition into Saybrook’s Applied Psychophysiology Doctoral Program.
Typical coursework in this master’s program includes:
- Foundations of Psychophysiology
- Psychophysiological Recording, Assessment, and Intervention
- Basic Hypnosis: Optimal Functioning
- Basic Biofeedback
- Basic Neurofeedback
- Psychophysiological Research
- Basic Bioscience
Because psychophysiological interventions and techniques are applicable across a broad range of careers, graduates of this psychophysiology degree program may have the opportunity to affect lives in fields and industries such as sports, education, business, and the military.