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Trueman - General Psychology 101-11 - Syllabus

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Rutgers University Psychology 101:11 – General Psychology Monday and Wednesday, 6:40 – 8:00 P.M., LSH Auditorium Prof. David Trueman Phone: (516) 681-7741 E-mail: To be announced Office Hours: Tillett, Room 531, Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 - 6:30 COURSE OVERVIEW AND GOALS: This course is designed to introduce you to the major topics in psychology and help you understand the complex nature of thoughts, feelings, and behavior. The goals of the course include having you 1) gain a basic understanding of the major areas fields of psychology as well as the theories and knowledge that comprise psychology, 2) learn how to apply these theories and principles to real-life situations and better appreciate yourself and others, and 3) think critically about psychology-related issues. COURSE WEBSITE: To be announced. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: The required textbook for the course is Kalat, J. W. (2008). Introduction to Psychology . (8 th Ed.) GRADING: Your grade for the course will consist of the average of your grades on the four course examinations and your class attendance. The computation of grades is described below. EXAMINATIONS: Regularly Scheduled Examinations: All four examinations, including the final examination, will be multiple choice and will last for the entire class period on the day on which the examination is scheduled. The Final Examination: The final examination will not be cumulative and will count equally with the other examinations. The date of the final examination will be available when the final examination schedule is compiled.
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