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Introduction to the entire field, emphasizing the behavior of the normal adult human being.
Nolan Rampy ()
Dates: May 20 - June 14, 2013
Psychology is arguably the most important course you will take as an undergraduate college student. It is a practical science, one with the aim of increasing our understanding of ourselves and those around us. This course has been designed to provide you with a broad, general introduction to psychology. As with any science, psychology relies on a strong experimental and empirical foundation. Therefore, this course emphasizes experimental methods, and results, as applied to the study of behavior. This course will provide a strong foundation for those pursuing a psychology major and non-majors will find the information and insights of great value to the pursuit of their professional lives. Additionally, students will have opportunities to improve their written communication, an important skill regardless of profession.
Your grade will be based on your performance on 4 forty-five minute quizzes (50 pts each), 4 forty-five minute In Class Writing assignments (50 pts each), in-class participation/attendance (50 pts), and a comprehensive two-hour final exam (150 pts) for a total of 600 points. There may also be homework occasionally that will count as extra credit.
Course runs from to
Delehanty-Trinity Campus 219 (View Campus Map)
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