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SYLLABUS_PSYC%201001 - PSYC 100 Introduction to Psychology...

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PSYC 100 Introduction to Psychology SYLLABUS-Summer 2009 Section B01: Tuesday and Thursday, 7:20pm -10:00pm Room: IN 132 Instructor: Rebecca H. Zaja Email: [email protected] Office hours: TBA Mailbox: Graduate Student Mailboxes, David King Hall REQUIRED TEXT: Myers, D. G. (2006). Psychology, 8 th edition in modules. New York, NY: Worth Publishing. COURSE GOALS: Welcome to your introduction to the field of Psychology! This field has much to offer students of varying interests and can be approached from many different perspectives. This course will introduce you to the major topics and themes that are relevant to the primary branches of Psychology. This includes, but is not limited to history, research, development, cognition, social, physiological/biological, personality and mental health, perception and emotions. We will do so by studying the primary scientific theories, theorists and foundations that shape each topic area. Most importantly, it is my intention that you walk away from this class with the ability to apply what you have learned about Psychology to the world around you. I hope that you will take the concepts taught in this class
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