301 Syllabus S09 (1) - Psychology 301 (43930) Introduction...

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Psychology 301 (43930) Introduction to Psychology Fall 2009: MWF 9-10, NOA 1.126 Instructor: Dr. Wendy Domjan, WCH 4.104, 471-1442, wdomjan@gmail.com Office hours: MWF 10-11; TTh 9:30-10:30 Text: Schacter, Gilbert & Wegner. Psychology Attendance: Attendance is required for this class. Much of the material that is covered in lecture is not in the textbook, and will be tested on the examinations. If you do miss a class, then you are responsible for finding out about class announcements. Missing an announcement (such as a change in an exam date) because you were not in class to hear it is not an acceptable excuse for failing to fulfill your obligations (like taking the exam at the new time). Experiment Requirement: The Psychology Department has a requirement that students in Psychology 301 either participate in a certain number of psychology experiments or write a paper. No course credit is given for either the experiments or the paper. However, you must complete this requirement in order to receive a grade in this class. In order to be eligible for many
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301 Syllabus S09 (1) - Psychology 301 (43930) Introduction...

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