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Course Syllabus Introductory Psychology (PSY 101), Fall 2007 3:00 - 4:50, TU/TH (Wells Hall, b108) INSTRUCTOR Dr. Zach Hambrick ([email protected]) Office/Hours: Room 48, Psychology Building (Hours: TU/TH 1-2 PM; or by appointment) IMPORTANT: The above is the ONLY e-mail I will check for this course. I may send you e-mail from my MSU account, but please do NOT try to contact me at that account (I will NOT respond). For PSY101 matters, please use [email protected] ONLY . GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT Kayla De Lorme ([email protected]) Office/Hours: Giltner Hall, Room 221B (Hours: Wed., 12:30-2:30; or by appointment) UNDERGRADUATE ASSISTANT Julia DeGreg ([email protected]) Office/Hours: TBA TEXT Gray: Psychology (5 th Ed.) COURSE GOALS The goals of this course are to: (1) educate you about the science of psychology; (2) familiarize you with major paradigms, theoretical issues, and methodological approaches in psychology; and (3) increase your awareness of the practical relevance of research findings from psychology. TESTS There will be three tests (one approximately every month). Each test will (a) include 50 multiple-choice questions, (b) cover lectures and assigned reading from the textbook, and (c) be worth 31.67% of your final grade (i.e., 95% / 3). (The final test will NOT be cumulative; it will only cover material after Test 2.) Please bring a #2 pencil to each test to fill out your scantron (pencils will not be provided). The test dates are: Test 1: Thursday, 9/27 Test 2: Thursday, 11/1
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