General Psych, Syllabus, Fall 07, 1
ntroductory Psychology, Psych 100.7
M W F 8:00-9:15 a.m., 121 Sparks
Lisa Walt, Ph.D. (
; preferred method of contact if you
Can’t get me face to face)
Office: 202 Moore, Office hours: M: 1:30 - 3:30, T: 3:00 – 5:00,
office hour: TBA,
and by appt
Mark Lukowitsky, M.A. (email@example.com)
Office: 240A, Office hours: Wed 1 p.m. & by appt (he prefers that you
send him an e-mail before coming to his office hour, so that he knows that
you are on the way
Myers, D. (2007).
in modules. (8
Worth Publishers – Required.
This course surveys the major concepts, theories, and research findings within most of
the major sub-fields of Psychology. This course will provide a general background for
students who have only one Psychology course in their undergraduate career, and the
course will also function as a prerequisite for advanced courses in the Psychology major.
Any student who is interested in pursuing an area in greater detail will find that almost all
of the topics in this course are treated more fully in semester-long courses in the
ANGEL has a link to the course website (I will announce this info in class once I have set
up the website) in class).
This site will contain valuable information for the class; all
students are responsible for the material and announcements posted on this website, so
please check it often.
Students can also use the course website on ANGEL to contact me
(I will announce this info in class & will have this info in the updated version of my
syllabus website on-line).
Some General Notes on E-mails, Questions, Class Attendance and All that Other
When contacting me via e-mail or coming to my office hours:
Please be sure to include your class name (Intro Psych) and main reason you
are writing in the subject line (i.e., Intro Psych – Question about test
I will be teaching several courses, and this will help expedite my
response to you.
Please only e-mail me questions or requests that
you would feel comfortable
asking me in person
Just because I can’t see you, doesn’t mean you are not
responsible for what you write.