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PSYCH 2030 Sensation and Perception Syllabus SP.docx

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PSYCH 2030 Sensation and Perception Syllabus SP-17 University of Cincinnati PSYC.2030.001 Sensation and Perception Course Syllabus, Spring 2017 COURSE TITLE: Sensation and Perception PSYC2030 Section 001 INSTRUCTOR NAME: Melissa Shyan- Norwalt, PhD, CAAB CONTACT INFORMATION: Email: [email protected] Office: Edwards One: Office 5140B Office Phone: (513) 556-5521 Cell Phone: (317) 496-7502 INSTRUCTOR BIO: Dr. Shyan-Norwalt received her Doctorate in Experimental Psychology at the University of Hawaii in Comparative Cognition. After a two-year postdoctoral fellowship on research in primate cognition, she taught for two years at Southwest Texas State University, and then moved to Butler University in Indianapolis, where she taught experimental methods, learning, and cognition for 13 years. Between 2010- 2012, she was the Acting Chair of the Psychology Department at Martin University in Indianapolis, where she managed the undergraduate Psychology and Addictions Counseling majors, and the Graduate Community Psychology programs. She is an Educator Assistant Professor in the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Cincinnati, (To learn more (just for fun) Google her.) OFFICE HOURS: By Appointment, Phone, or Email HOURS CREDIT: 3 Hours Credit TERM & DATES: Spring 2017 (January 9, 2017- April 27, 2017)
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COURSE MEETING INFO: Course meets online, through weekly activities and functions. REQUIRED RESOURCES 1) Goldstein, E. B. (2014) Sensation and Perception, 9 th Edition , Wadsworth/Cengage ISBN-13: 978-1- 133-95849-9. Coursemate or Mindtap is NOT being used for this course. save space COURSE DESCRIPTION This course centers on: a) human sensory machinery and its role in the processes of perception (e.g., vision, audition, touch, speech), b) traditional and contemporary theories of perception and perceptual processing, and c) how perception is tightly linked to action and the human movement system, and includes a discussion of the philosophical assumptions that motivate the science of psychology. COURSE STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end, students should be able to: 1. Describe psychological theories, principles, and concepts relevant to perception. 2. Demonstrate knowledge of the human sensory machinery and its role in the processes of perception. 3. Assess and critical analyze theories, research methods and finding related to perceptual psychology. 4. Explain the philosophical and meta-theoretical assumptions that lie behind the differing approaches and perspectives in perceptual psychology. 5. Critically analyze theories, research methods and findings, and applications developed by psychologists. INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS Instructional Methods will include online discussions, videos, and small-groups online activities; at-home activities such as homework, video-links, and readings; exams, and two-page papers based on at-home activities.
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