W 2008 127 Syllabus - Psychology 127(Section 2 Abnormal...

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Psychology 127 (Section 2), Abnormal Psychology UCLA, Department of Psychology, Winter Quarter 2008 Instructor : Steve S. Lee, Ph.D. (3183 Franz Hall, 794-5921), [email protected] Office Hours : Wednesday, 3:30-4:30 PM and by appointment, 3183 Franz Hall T.A. : Justin Lavner, M.A. (A243A Franz Hall), [email protected] Office Hours : Wednesday, 3:30-4:30 PM; Thursday, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Time/Location : Monday/Wednesday, 2:00-3:15 PM, Young Court of Sciences 76 Course Website : (Click on Psychology 127, Section 2) Wiley Plus Website : (see handout for additional information) Course Objectives and Requirements : This course addresses the science of abnormal psychology through a review of specific disorders, their assessment, and the therapies used to treat them. At the end of the course, students should be familiar with the principles, methods, and controversies in abnormal psychology. Students are expected to complete readings before each class. Time constraints do not allow lectures to review every concept from the textbook, but you are responsible for all content. Office hours should be used as an additional resource. The discussion board on the course website should be used for questions about the class (exams, grading, scheduling). Email the professor only when your issue cannot be addressed through the discussion board.
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