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UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS COURSE SYLLABUS PSY 4999 INTEGRATED PSYCHOLOGY INSTRUCTOR: AMANDA BEQUETTE, PHD FALL 2017 Phone: (314) 691-7447 E-mail: [email protected] Office: Stadler Hall, S318 Office Hours: Mondays, 9-12 Class Time and Place: Mondays, 12:25-1:55 in Social Science Building 126 GTA: Kobe Masuoka Email: [email protected] Integrated Psychology is the capstone class for the Bachelors of Arts Degree in Psychology from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. The purpose of this course is to help senior students pull together all of the information from the various psychology courses they have taken as undergraduates and to allow the student to develop a systematic, internalized understanding of the relationships among the different topic areas in psychology. Integrated Psychology will also afford the student a review of a wide variety of areas and approaches to the study of behavior (including its methods) in order to assist in the students’ preparation, and enhance performance on standardized assessments of their knowledge of psychology, e.g., the Psychology Major Field Test and the GRE Psychology Subject Test. I. TEXTBOOKS: (1) GRE Psychology; Graduate Record Examination in Psychology. Freberg, Laura, Palmer, Edward L. and Thompson-Schill, Sharon L., 7 th Edition, Barron’s Educational Series, Inc., 2015. ISBN 978-1-4380-0573-7 (Optional, but recommended if you are planning to attend graduate school in psychology.) (2) A Brief History of Psychology , Wertheimer, Michael, 5 th Edition, Psychology Press, 2011. ISBN 978-1848728752 COURSE OBJECTIVES: Refresh knowledge of psychological theories, terms, and major contributions to the field. Compare the major theories of behavior and develop applications to current events and future career plans. Develop a personal theoretical framework in which to view and understand the study of behavior. Describe the basic principles and concepts of the study of behavior; Demonstrate the ability to think critically and solve problems related to the study of behavior. LEARNING EXPERIENCES AND POLICIES: The classroom experience will consist of lecture, classroom discussion, and the use of video material, when applicable. Class discussions will include the opportunity for discussing current issues pertinent to assigned topics as they arise throughout the course.
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Attendance, Participation and Classroom Environment Lecture material in class will focus on the readings but will also contain a significant amount of supplementary information. Therefore, students are expected to come to class and have read the
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